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- Print Length: 223 pages
- Publisher: Laurel Ulen Curtis (April 27, 2014)
- Publication Date: April 27, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00K00CZ44
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #432,137 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I adore Haley’s outgoing personality and crazy antics, and it was such fun to revisit her banter with Allison and Danny. Seeing Danny’s interactions with Wade, the only family that he has, was definitely a bright spot as well- I am seriously hoping to see him get his own story at some point. His love for Danny is obvious in this book, and you can just tell that he has a lot to say with a painful back story hidden just out of sight. As you experience their lives through Danny’s eyes, you realize that Danny survived his childhood, but he never really kept living after Wade took him- until Haley turned his world upside down as she simultaneously frustrated the hell out of him and captivated him.
In Secret Alpha, we get a little action and adventure, a little suspense, a lot of goofy fun and a whole lot of smiles. The author managed to surprise me with a few twists that she threw into the story, and that was definitely an unexpected albeit pleasant occurrence! If there was one thing that would end up on my wish list for this book, it would be more interaction between Danny and Hunter toward the end. Their reunion was a little different than I had set it up in mind and that was one of the fun twists for me. But it just felt a little anti-climactic when they did finally get to talk.
Suffice it to say, if you have read A is for Alpha Male, there is still much more to be experienced in Secret Alpha that is not just a re-telling of book 1. Go grab yourself a copy, sit back and enjoy the ride- it is so worth it!
TBH, I had a bit of a hard time with this one and I'm not positive if it was the book or my fault. I started reading this while I was on vacation and I'll admit that I was a bit distracted. However, I've been distracted with other books in the past and they've sucked me in once I started reading so I'm really not sure if it was just my mood or if I wouldn't have gotten pulled in by this story no matter when I read it.
This story is basically the same one from the first book, A is for Alpha Male except instead of being told from Haley's PoV, it's told from Dan's PoV. I read book #1 back in 2013 and I remember the story so I was able to fill in some holes in this story but I don't think this would be a good standalone book...I think people should read book #1 before reading this one. Who knows, maybe if I had read book #1 over again before reading Secret Alpha I would have gotten more into it.
I liked Dan and Haley and their interactions are great but it seemed like some of their interactions that were fully detailed in the previous book were cut short (or not as detailed) in this book. We get a good amount of info about Dan's undercover work while Haley isn't around and it's interesting but I liked it better when Haley was in the picture. Overall, I liked the characters very much but the story was just alright for me. If someone were going to read this, I'd recommend reading it right after A is for Alpha Male as I think it would work better that way.
To the author: the language of Filipinos is "Tagalog". One does not speak "Filipino".