The Alpha's Mate : The Wolvers

  • by Jacqueline Rhoades
  • Narrated by Leah Frederick
  • Series: The Wolvers
  • 9 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Welcome to Rabbit Creek.... City girl Elizabeth Reynolds hopes to find peace and contentment in the small Appalachian town of Rabbit Creek. Okay, so the bucolic cottage she's rented turns out to be a dilapidated cabin without phone service, but the people she meets are wonderful. Friendly and down to Earth, they welcome her with open arms. It's just like moving to Mayberry...if Andy and Aunt Bea were wolves. Only an outsider would call them werewolves. They're wolvers, a community of man/beasts that have lived in these hills since their ancestors emigrated from Scotland three hundred years ago. And that gorgeous Chief of Police, Marshall Goodman, the guy she met while covered in mud and wearing granny underpants? The one who sends her heart spinning? He's their Alpha and his pack is under attack from outside forces. Elizabeth, being a sane and reasonable woman, wants no part of any of this, but if she refuses to risk her life and her heart, the people she's grown to care about will lose everything and she'll lose the one man she was born to love.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

narrator did a pretty good job of ruining this.

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

recommend the book? Yes
recommend the audio book? No
the story is good, the narrator is not.

How could the performance have been better?

different narrator. very annoying high pitched voice, didn't stick to the accents the characters were meant to have. . .

Any additional comments?

i bought the audio book to this story after starting the Ebook but not having the time to carry on, so i know it's the narrator that has ruined this story.her voice is far too distracting, and just when i think i can get use to it, she does something else to put me off.please, if you are able, try the Ebook instead of the Audio for this story.

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- booker

A little bit rubbish

Not sure is it was entirely the writing that was crap or the narrators style or a combination but this book was just hard work to get through.
I prefer books with narrators that are really good voice actors and convey the emotions and nuances of the story and I found that lacking.
In regards to the actual story it reminded me of molly harpers books only not really funny and a little bit awkward. Elizabeth didn't inspire me to feel anything for her neither did Marshall. The sex scenes were naff and I don't mind these being full of juicy details or skimmed over as long as they are well written.
Aside from that there where a few bits I did genuinely enjoy and I would have enjoyed it more had I read the book as the narrator really doesn't have the kind of style I enjoy. Might try book 2 on my kindle one day...maybe
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- Helen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 24-06-2014
  • Publisher: Jacqueline Rhoades