Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The Alpha's Justice by Michelle Fox
Reviewed by Storm
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Tucked in the hills of Appalachia are small communities where the people are connected by one common thread: They are all shifters. They live their lives mostly in peace, but when trouble comes calling, they always rise to the challenge...for their packs, their mates and the shifter way-of-life.
The first book, The Alpha's Mate, is available now. (And keep in mind, these are stand alone books. The plots don't carry over. There are no cliffhangers.)

EXCERPT of The Alpha's Justice:

"What was that?" She pushed at Talon's shoulders, trying to get him to pay attention.

"Huh? What was what?" He mumbled the words into her breast and then swallowed more of her nipple, his tongue going back and forth over the tip.

"Talon," she said, fighting not to succumb to the delicious sensations Talon had stirred in her body.

"Yeah, say that again," he said, his voice thick with lust. He'd given up on her belt and was now trying to cram his hand down her pants.

An animal chuffed in the dark, the sound as derisive as a human snort. The hair on the back of Gretchen's neck stood up and a shiver crept up her spine. There was no mistaking that sound. A shifter was out there, watching them and thinking it was funny.

"Come on, sheriff." Not knowing what else to do, Gretchen whacked Talon on the head.

He winced and ducked. "Ow. Why do you keep hitting me?"

"Because when there's no blood in your brain, it stops working. I'm just giving you a little kick-start, so pay attention. Please."
We received a early copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Talon and Gretchen's book was a wonderful read. The characters are well thought out and all blend together to form a great story. I didn't read the first book in this series but it definitely wasn't necessary to this story. Gretchen travels back to her hometown to try to figure out what has happened with her father. While there, she meets Talon and the sparks fly from there. I would recommend this book to those that like reading a paranormal/shifter type series with familiar characters but who also like books that you don't have to necessarily read in order. I will definitely be looking for future books from this author.
5 out of 5 fangs

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