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Alpha's Pride

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Alec and Nahale are feral-Maith, genetic offshoots from a fantastic race. Their clan is home to many kinds of feral characteristics, but the powerful predators--wolves and felines alike--are the protectors, hunters, and leaders. Both Alec and Nahele enjoy their arrangement, finding pleasure with one another away from prying eyes, but Alec’s worries about their clan’s secur ...more
ebook, 22 pages
Published December 9th 2011 by Storm Moon Press (first published December 8th 2011)
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Alec loves his alpha, who has been his mentor for decades. Nahele has kept the clan safe for centuries. Perhaps it has been centuries too long as he has been letting things slide which bothers Alec. Alec does his best to ask Nahele to change, but nothing changes and Nahele scoffs at Alec's worry. With no recourses left, Alec challenges Nahele for the Alpha position to implement his changes. Alec wins. Feeling betrayed, Nahele undermines Alec at every turn.

I feel for Alec. He loves Nahele but he
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I received this book in return for an honest review.

For such a short story, I must say.. I have no complaints. I think the story was very well thought through. Nothing was rushed, it was perfectly paced and kept your attention. As well as beautifully written. I love were/Shapeshifter books, and they are normally a hit or miss. This was definitely a hit.

Very enjoyable tale, but I wished it were longer. The leadership struggle between the main protagonists/lovers was something different and despite the length the authors have developed a believable society.
Part of the Wild Passions anthology. I thought this was interesting world building and a unique society. Enjoyed the characters and conflict too.
3.5 review to come
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