Thursday, March 12, 2015

Alpha in Disguise (Black Hills Wolves #9) by Afton Locke

When her mother is shot by a rancher, Lara Wolfe becomes the last Dominant of Yellowstone’s Lamar Canyon pack. Her mother’s dying wish sends her to South Dakota’s Black Hills to find her mate, but Lara would rather continue her mission—saving her pack.

When Ogden Woods, lumber supplier for the Tao pack, offers the newcomer a place to stay, an explosive attraction reveals they’re mates. Afraid of unleashing his inner Dominant and a secret that could get him exiled, he’ll do anything to avoid mating.

Although he begs Lara to stay in Los Lobos where she’ll be safe, she can’t turn her back on her pack. As her mate, Ogden is bound to protect her, but following her means risking his home and his very life. Are they willing to pay the price?

My review:
Not my favorite of the series as I wasn’t a big fan of the hero nor the heroine.  I got their reasons for what they did and why but it just didn’t do it for me.  That’s not to say this is a bad story because it isn’t bad it just didn’t do it for me. 
Ogden Woods, lumber supplier for the Tao pack, is playingOmega to hide secrets from his past.  Lara Wolfe is playing with fire to avenge the wolves killed from her pack.  Neither is happy about finding their mate.

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