- Series: Alpha Men (Book 1)
- MP3 CD
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (March 7, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1536619337
- ISBN-13: 978-1536619331
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.5 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 260 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,882,906 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Natasha Anders was born in Cape Town, South Africa. She spent nine years working as an assistant English teacher in Niigata, Japan, where she became a legendary karaoke diva. Now back in Cape Town, she lives with her opinionated budgie, Oliver; her temperamental Chihuahua, Maia; and her moody budgie, Baxter. Readers can connect with her through her Facebook page, on Twitter at @satyne1, or at www.natashaanders.com.
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Mason reluctantly agrees to distract Daisy while his brother attempts to gain the attention of Daisy’s sister. The two appear to get along quite nicely until Daisy learns that Mason has no real interest in her. However, due to a lifetime of being the “other” sister, frumpy and unfashionable, she turns the tables on Mason and using his feelings of guilt, she blackmails him into being her date at her sister’s wedding.
Now I’ve read other books with this trope but this author took this storyline and added into it two characters who are each charming, fun, damaged in their own ways, and completely unaware they are falling in love. The writing is pure magic. It is all completely believable as the author shows the reader each step of the way how, when, and why Mason and Daisy move from not friends into something more. It is never wordy or bogged down and the pace is fast and engaging. The banter between these two is so entertaining and they are able to laugh at their own flaws even when embarrassed by them. It was especially fun to catch the unspoken/written comparison of Daisy and Mason’s relationship to that of their dogs Peaches, a feisty little furpuff, and Cooper, a huge mixed lab. And if you think an ex-soldier alpha can’t be intimidated then wait until you read about his first meal with Daisy’s parents. Good cop/Good cop (yes both Goods) has never been so hilarious!
This is written in both POVs with a nice little epilogue one year later. May the chicken dances commence!
Mason Carlisle is a nice guy. Yes, he's anti-commitment. And yes, he's ex-military. And he may have modeled underwear at one point. He's as alpha as they come but he's also charming and funny and sweet underneath that roguish exterior. He's the full package and I absolutely loved him.
Daisy MacGregor is the ugly duckling. Except she's really not. She's just insecure and often overlooked when compared to her beautiful sisters. I was worried that this was going to end up being a Cinderella story about a girl who loses some weight, undergoes a makeover, updates her wardrobe and ultimately scores herself the prince that wouldn't have ever considered her otherwise. I'm so glad Natasha Anders did right by these characters and by women in general and took this story to a beautiful place that sends a strong message that women don't have to change for a man because the right man will see our beauty no matter what.
This story is fun and sweet, but it's also heavy with emotion. It's light and sexy and slow burning, but it's also got its fair share of angst and turmoil and push and pull. It's signature Natasha Anders yet new and refreshing and completely different from anything else I've read from her. I'm so excited for the possibilities of what's to come in this new series.