Monday, March 28, 2016


Title: Unexpected Alpha
Author: Bethany Wicker
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Female Alphas are unheard of in werewolf society, and the Sapphire Pack is no different. So when Lena’s father dies, no one is more shocked than she to discover that his Alpha powers have transferred to her. Lena has her hands full protecting her pack from hunters and rogue wolves, while simultaneously facing prejudices and power-hungry males who want to mate with her just to steal her title.

But when the uber-sexy Kane enters the picture, Lena gets a lot more than she bargained for. He irritates her to no end, while giving her butterflies at the same time. With his interference and her new-found power bubbling under her skin, something inside her changes, leaving her confused as to what she truly is. She soon discovers that searching for answers is most difficult when the last person she can trust is the only one who has them.
 


     

Lena is having a lot of problems recently. Ever since her father's death things have been difficult. For one, when he died he passed the alpha power to herself. And being a woman and not yet of the age to be a Luna, she's an unusual choice for the alpha. But she's going to do her best to prove she can do it no matter what happens. 

But when Kane enters the picture, and more rogues come to attack her pack. Things get even more difficult. Now, Lena must learn to be with her mate, and deal with the alpha title as well. 

This book was pretty interesting. It had a pretty strong heroine, and a decent hero. 
I enjoyed the idea of the female alpha leading them. And I really loved how Lena protected her title and her pack no matter what. She wasn't a naive little girl. She was must stronger than that and it made the story much more interesting. 

It does, however, end in a cliffhanger which was slightly annoying. Other than that I liked the book. 
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