Thursday, October 11, 2018

Review: Being Alpha

Being Alpha Being Alpha by Katie Salidas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Synopsis:

Newly-Minted Regional Alpha, Aeson Silverman hit the jackpot. Power, prestige, and wealth, he’s got everything a wolf-shifter could ask for. 

Or so he thought… 

Being the Alpha is not the playboy lifestyle he’d imagined. 

Despite devastatingly good looks and an impressive wit, he can’t seem to get Emma MacBride, the hottie doctor from another pack, to give him the time of day. 

Unfortunately a bruised ego is only the beginning of Aeson’s troubles. 

Someone has been poisoning the minds of other territorial Alphas, systematically pitting neighbor against neighbor. And the moment he takes control of the Long Teeth territory the rising storm of dissension finds a way into his pack. 

Allying himself with the powerful Olde Town pack, Ace chooses comradery over aggression and invites warring neighbors to join him for a meeting to establish peace. 

Diplomacy comes with a reward earning him a date with the elusive doctor MacBride. 

But every choice the young Alpha makes is under scrutiny and when his peaceful summit ends with the death of a high ranking wolf, the fate of his pack and his leadership hangs in the balance.



My Thoughts:


I really enjoyed this book. I loved that it wasn't too easy to figure out who behind everything. The romance is slow and building. No insta-love here. I love that they didn't jump on each other and there is no conclusion to them yet. It leaves something for the next book to look forward to. The mystery may be solved but there is more to these characters that the readers can learn later. I also loved that past characters were part of the story as well.

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