The Alpha’s Revenge by Shane Keleher #mm #review @loveunleashed


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Justin Crane thinks he’s met the man of his dreams in Parker. Not only is the man smolderingly sexy and mysterious, but he’s also gentle and caring, the full package. Little does Justin know that Parker has a secret. He comes from a family of werewolf hunters and their new relationship has attracted the ire of one particularly vengeful alpha werewolf who’s vowed retaliation against those who’ve hunted his kind for generations.

Then one night it happens–the alpha strikes. And it gets its revenge by attacking Justin and turning him into what Parker’s family hates most–a werewolf. Now Justin is caught in the middle of an ages-old battle between hunters and werewolves. Each side has sworn the destruction of the other, and if Justin makes the wrong move, it could spell disaster, not only for himself, but for countless others.

Can Justin make the correct decision and align himself with the right faction? And of greater importance to the men, can their growing love survive the ferocious clash between hunter and werewolf?

Publisher’s Note: The Alpha’s Revenge was previously released by another publisher but has been revised and re-edited in this version.addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da14Crystal Marie_s RamblingsTAG

This was a … different book for me.  The blurb really does tell you what to expect in this book and while it was a good read, it just didn’t do it for me personally.

The story did move along rather well, but for me it still felt like something was missing.

There was a fair bit of drama and suspense that kept the story moving and kept me interested in finishing it.

Justin and Parker were both good characters.  Parker was a bit annoying with his constant worrying and stressing.  While I did understand that it was a stressful situation, it seemed like that was his constant thoughts.  It got annoying while reading it.

Justin was the saving grace for me, I loved that while he was worried, he was still fighting to get control over himself.

Overall, this was an interesting book for me, but I didn’t enjoy it fully. If you’re on the fence about it, I would recommend getting the sample and going from there.

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