Friday, October 19, 2012

Alpha in Hiding- review

Check out the great review over at Romancing the Book for Alpha in Hiding...

It’s tough being the Alpha’s daughter. Emily Prescott spends half her life helping to manage the pack’s business and the other half putting horny he-wolves in their place. When her father sends her on a mission to bring a weak wolf into his shifter side, it seems like just another pain in her ass-until her bitch perks up and takes notice.
Seth has spent years fighting to keep his wolf at bay, but something about Emily brings out the animal in him. Wild sex with Emily turns into an uncontrollable urge to mate her and make her his. But Emily needs a strong mate-someone who can dominate and defend her. If weak, geeky Seth wants to woo her, he has some changing to do.

Review: If you love a great alpha male shapeshifter then Alpha in Hiding is just what you’ve been wanting to read.
Emily is a very strong woman and can control males just by her voice.  She just wants her friends to stop fighting off every male that she comes into contact with.  Seth wants to ignore the beast that is inside him. He just wants a normal life. He looks like a nerd and lives in a really messy house. He just goes by every day until he can no longer ignore the shift.
I was really surprised when I started reading Alpha in Hiding. I never thought I would see a shapeshifter who really had no abilities to do what usually comes as second nature to them. It was a new experience. You have a normal every day male who wears glasses and is a little geeky. When you find out why he doesn’t like his beast you start understanding.
The author came up with a great plot that is very real and I could see happening. The sexual tension between Seth and Emily is just too much to ignore and when Seth lets his beast out and starts changing it happens faster than Emily thought it would.  Even after I finished the book I am still thinking about it. That’s just the kind of book it is. I can’t believe that the story is over and I want more.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a true alpha male and boy is he. Sometimes what you see isn’t really what is there.

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