Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Review: The Golden Pack Alphas

The Golden Pack Alphas The Golden Pack Alphas by Laurel Cremant
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book was a collection of “parts” that could have been read as individual short stories or a nice compilation. I obviously chose the whole set and it reads as a nice story arc.

Georgia is a witch-were hybrid who is trying desperately not to open herself up to anyone. She’s been hiding herself for years, so it should come naturally at this point. Marcus, however, seems to be the only person who throws her into a tailspin. He seems to have eyes only for Georgia and is not turned off at all by her constant refusal. He started his time with the pack simply filling in as beta to Georgia’s alpha father. That has slowly grown into a more permanent situation when it became clear that Georgia was his.

This simple reluctant paranormal romance gets a twist in the form of encroaching rogue forces. The pack must make some drastic changes and Georgia must accept what she’s meant to be in order to survive. There is also the little problem of someone in the pack turning traitor. All of these things combine to make for an overprotective Marcus, a determined Georgia, and a whole pack at risk. This group of characters had a great intro that left me interested in their individual stories. Will we get more? What other enforcers get mates? When do I get to read about them?

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