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Alpha's Prize (WeresRus #1)

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Joanna and her mother, Katherine, are rare female werewolves who can procreate without the mating bond specific to true-mates. They are highly prized by unmated males who want heirs, especially the powerful Alphas and Primes.

When Jo meets Yuri and Vlad Volkov, twin Alphas of the Siberian Pack and her true-mates, she knows that she will not have to endure a lonely, stressfu
ebook, 196 pages
Published November 30th 2011 by Siren Publishing, Inc.
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Sarah *Saranghae yo*
It's sad to see a book with soo much potential flop as hard as this one! A mother - daughter pair toughing it out, on the run from a revolting Indian prince (no offense to other Indians, I actually love the culture) who wished to use thee mother as a brooding mare. Both can fight worth a damn, and both hold a strong code of morale.
So whats wrong with the story?
Probably the story with most erotica's- no- ROMANCE stories today: Overbearing "men". This problems is now a bookshelf of mine!
Now let's
CoffeeTimeRomance andMore
Alphas’ Prize is an intriguing tale that will fill your senses with the details throughout the book. Ms. Forrest has written a book that has tons of spicy sex and even more adventure and suspense. I love how Yuri and Vlad are these tough Alpha males and yet they come across as completely clueless when it comes to handling a woman. Katherine is another powerful element in the novel as her strong character shines through the pages as she fights for her and her daughter’s rights. This is a very enj ...more
I loved this book. It wasn't what I expected at all. I figured it would be a decent, run-of-the-mill werewolf story like so many others I've read, and while I did enjoy those others, I really appreciated this one's uniqueness. The book having a great story, without being loaded down with unnecessary sex(it did have some, but it was totally necessary),really helped as well. I like a lot of romance, but without a good story, a book is just not worth reading in my opinion. This one was definitely w ...more
Tina Vanbrackle
The BEST book I read all year!
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I was born and brought up in the North-West of England and spent most of my time either messing about on my grandparents farm, or reading. I went to college in Scotland, where I also met my husband. We were married in a hot air balloon over Florida and our feet haven’t really touched the ground since. We have lived in several countries, and I have met many lovely people with inte
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