The Alpha's Pet
Nicky Anderson is living a normal, if hectic life as an artist and part time waiter in a large city, when he’s attacked by a mugger who slashes his throat. When he awakens, he’s naked, and surrounded by large, muscular men. Nicky feels an immediate attraction to Marco, the most handsome man... show more
Nicky Anderson is living a normal, if hectic life as an artist and part time waiter in a large city, when he’s attacked by a mugger who slashes his throat. When he awakens, he’s naked, and surrounded by large, muscular men. Nicky feels an immediate attraction to Marco, the most handsome man Nicky has ever seen, which is strange, since Nicky is straight. His attraction is overwhelming and downright embarrassing as he licks the man and tries to climb all over him. He soon discovers he’s the newest “pet” of the Mountain Wolf Pack, and Marco is his new master. Saved from certain death, has he exchanged one horrible fate for another? All he knows is that he’s in heat for this beautiful man. When he learns his new master is a wolf shapeshifter who demands his love and obedience, he begins to wonder just what he’s gotten himself into.
Publish date: May 8th 2012
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing
Pages no: 120
Edition language: English
, Paranormal Romance
, M M Romance
, Gay Romance
, Gay For You
, M M Paranormal
Series: Dark Hollow Wolf Pack (#1)
Nicky is the blood mate of Marco but he has no idea what is happening to him. He has to learn but I have to admit I would have liked to smack Marco upside of his head for not explaining to Nicky what is occurring. Nicky has to learn by asking others or watching. I loved Nicky. He was no follower. He...
I didn't hate it, but I didn't love it. First of all this was listed in recommendations for mpreg, of which there was none, but no big deal. I'm okay with dub-con and even a little non-con depending on the situation and how it is written. Mostly I felt sorry for Nicky throughout the book because ...
This book was recommended to me in the Pick It For Me ChallengeI must say I'm fairly disappointed.I've added a star because of the unexpected way things developed in the book.What bothered me the most (apart from the shallowness of the characters and their unnatural reactions) was the power dynamics...
The concept was kind of interesting-ish, but it seemed really preachy.This could have been great and I kind of liked parts of it, but I think this one tried to tackle elements of gender theory the author didn't quite completely grasp and kind of floundered and got lost in all of the different direct...