Monday, December 16, 2013

Title: The Alpha Claims A Mate
Series: Shifters, Inc. #1
Author: Georgette St. Clair
Rating: 3 Shooting Stars

New Yorker Ginger Colby, half witch, half werewolf, all curves, has made an immediate and lasting impression on the Alpha of Blue Moon County. Unfortunately, she did it by publicly insulting him – she turned down the smug, sexy werewolf sheriff when he asked her to dance with him at the local honky-tonk. 

 Now the furious Alpha of her pack is ordering her to make amends with Sheriff Sexy – or risk igniting a war between the Red Wolves and the Gray. The Sheriff’s idea of re-establishing his dominance includes a bare bottom spanking, making her work for him as his new assistant, and flirting with her outrageously. But is he flirting with her just to get revenge for humiliating him – or does he want something more? And can a liberated big city werewolf find happiness with a dominant small town shifter? 

 With the mysterious disappearance of an archeology professor, and a jealous Alpha female stirring up trouble…Ginger may not have a chance to find out!

The story begins when Ginger goes out of town to get away from her home for awhile. While there she sees the local Alpha at the bar going from one woman to the next, constantly flirting and being arrogant. So when he comes up to her and DEMANDS her to dance with him.. She tells him no in a not so nice fashion and walks out... But the next day she realizes what a horrible mistake she made when her Alpha forces her to work for the local Alpha to keep them from going to war over this. So she has to work with the sexy sheriff for the next two weeks.. And sparks will fly 

 This book was okay. I liked the plot line mostly. But I just felt like it was very rushed, and that we didn't really get a chance to learn anything about any of the characters. And then the main plot twist just seemed kind of dumb since we really didn't know much of the back history about it, or really anything else about it either. I did like the chemistry between the hero and heroine though, that was really awesome. So over all the book was okay.

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