Accepting the Alpha (Great Lakes Wolves #1)
Can an Alpha wolf convince his straight mate to give love a chance, before an unexpected enemy tries to rob them of all they hold dear…even their own lives? Eli Steele is a wolf without a pack. An invitation from his best friend, brings him to Grand Rapids, and a meeting with the local Alpha... show more
Can an Alpha wolf convince his straight mate to give love a chance, before an unexpected enemy tries to rob them of all they hold dear…even their own lives? Eli Steele is a wolf without a pack. An invitation from his best friend, brings him to Grand Rapids, and a meeting with the local Alpha changes Eli’s life in ways he ever expected. Kellan Reeves, Alpha of the Grand Rapids Pack, had lost hope of ever finding his mate until Eli came to him, looking for a pack. Realising Eli is his mate, he feels things couldn’t be more perfect…discounting the angry pack Eli left behind. There’s also the insignificant fact that Eli’s not gay. It’s nothing an Alpha wolf can’t handle. While Eli struggles to understand his feelings for Kellan, an unexpected call for help has everyone on edge. As enemies move in and a horrifying plot is revealed, Kellan and Eli fight back, not only for themselves, but for the fate of all shifters.
Publish date: January 17th 2014
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
Edition language: English
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
, M M Paranormal
Series: Great Lakes Wolves (#1)
Ok but not greatThis book has a few typical scenarios that seem to be attached to most shifter books. The MCs meet, you're my mate, and ten words later it is love. Once I catalogued it as one of those books, I actually didn't mind it.There are a few editorial issues that dragged me out of the plot ...
BLURB:When it comes to shifters, if you’re not the predator, you’re the prey. For years, the shifter community has rejected the reality of gay shifters, classifying homosexuality as an incurable defect that needs to be culled from their ranks. Ostracized and abused, those shifters were forced to hid...
This was a wonderful story and a great book for first time author JJ Black. I felt that the characters were fleshed out well, and the storyline moved along at a good pace. There was a little too much telling instead of showing, but not enough to ruin the story. I feel that a few things could have be...
This is what I get for being such a sucker for sales. *hangs head in shame*I love shifter stories, I love fated mates, I don't mind GFY.What I don't like it washy washy behavior that's inconsistent, I don't like asshats and stupidity and well.i also don't like this book's MC Kellan.So...we have the ...
So, this was kinda terrible. The entire book was flat. Flat, flat, flat. The author tried to craft these bigger than life shifter characters but instead all I got was cardboard. Cardboard that told, and did not show, their feelings. There were a metric shit ton of smirks. Buckets of growling. Piles ...