Alpha & Omega
In Cry Wolf, New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs started a new urban fantasy series set in the world of Mercy Thompson — but with rules of its own. Now, read "Alpha and Omega," the novella that inspired the new series, and see how it all began...Anna Latham never knew werewolves... show more
In Cry Wolf, New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs started a new urban fantasy series set in the world of Mercy Thompson — but with rules of its own. Now, read "Alpha and Omega," the novella that inspired the new series, and see how it all began...Anna Latham never knew werewolves existed, until the night she survived a violent attack... and became one herself. After three years at the bottom of the Chicago pack, she's learned to keep her head down and never, ever trust dominant males. But when she discovers wrongdoing in her pack, she has to go above her Alpha's head to ask for help.Charles Cornick is the son — and enforcer — of the leader of the North American werewolves. Now his father has sent him to Chicago to clean up a problem there. Charles never expected to find Anna, a rare Omega wolf — and he certainly never expected to recognize her as his mate...This novella was originally published in the anthology,
On the Prowl.
Publish date: 2008-10-20
Pages no: 61
Edition language: English
Series: Alpha and Omega (#0.5)
I am working on my knitting and re-listening to the Apha And Omega series by Patricia Briggs. This is an easy listen and the narrator, Holter Graham makes this series enjoyable. It is a short prequel to Cry Wolf. Good listen and start to the series.
I ended up not reading all of the stories in "On the Prowl". I did back in the day, but since I wanted to read this for the "Werewolves" square for my second bingo card for Halloween Bingo 2017, I didn't feel the need to read all of the stories. From what I recall the first time, I was not that impr...
I put this series off because I don't really like werewolves all that much. Now I'm not sure if that was dumb or brilliant. On one hand, I've been ignoring an entertaining series (boo @ me) - on the other hand, it's now an established series with planned future publications (yay @ Patricia Briggs). ...
This novella acts as a lead into Cry Wolf, so I'll review the two together.https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1767240774
Sooo I read Cry Wolf awhile ago and I was getting ready to re-read it and I saw that there was a prequel to it! So yay I read it and everything makes much more sense. I remember the beginning of Cry Wolf being kind of confusing. I remember going back through some of the Mercy Thompson books think...