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Fangs of Anarchy - Forbidden Alpha (Part 1)

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  • Posted May 26, 2014

    Major cliffhanger, but then again, it is the beginning of a seri

    Major cliffhanger, but then again, it is the beginning of a serial! Dakota has combined Vampire and Werewolf biker gangs with a sweet librarian, and it works oh so well!! Spicy and enticing, it left me panting for the next installment.

    I was lucky enough to receive a copy of this novella in return for an honest review.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2014

    Not Bad!!

    Wasn't sure about buying this one. Sounded a bit hokey to me but I decided to go ahead and get it. Sure glad I did. It's a fun read, so far. Can't wait for the next installment.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2014

    Good read

    My first with the author n I love it. Highly recommend it :()

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2014

    Nice cliffhanger

    Not a bad read. Loved the characters and am looking forwarding to the next installment. It was a really quick read with 52 pages, which bummed me out, was hoping for a little longer of a read. But so far so good. Worth the buy :)

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  • Posted May 28, 2014

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    Serials are the new black - and Dakota does it right! Claire M

    Serials are the new black - and Dakota does it right!


    Claire Montgomery has really done it now. Killing the Alpha - and her unwanted intended mate - of her
    were pack is going to get her into really hot water. The sexy librarian is facing death if she gets caught.

    Irish McConnell is a vampire. A very sexy, biker vampire. He is the lust of Claire's life, and a stubborn
    accomplice to covering up the crime.  He seems determined to protect her, even though he could face
    the same punishment.

    He'd refused her advances once before, despite the mind and body attraction they had for each other.
     Claire's actions might bring them together but their crime might end up separating them from each
    other and get them killed. 

    "So you did this to avoid the mate? You couldn't have just run off? Gone shopping out of town forever?
     Skipped over to one of the other paranormal territories? Hidden away?"

    "Oh no. Make no mistake Irish McConnell. I did this because Gannon's a deplorable pig.  But now that
    you mention shopping, a new pair of shoes might be in order."


    Fangs of Anarchy - Killing the Alpha (Part 1) is the beginning of a new serial by Dakota Cassidy.  
    Cassidy has been quite prolific this year, having released the first of 3 contemporary romances
    (Plum Orchard Series) , the first of a new paranormal series (Wolf Mates), another Accidental title to be
     released later this year, and currently, this new series.  With all of that work, one would expect there to
     be a decline in quality. Impressively, the opposite is true.

    Fangs of Anarchy starts out with no foreplay. It grabs the reader by the hair and introduces both main
    characters immediately - in the middle of a bloody situation. In true Cassidy style, the dialogue is witty,
    and there is immediate heat between Claire and Irish.

    The characters are not quite as deeply written as some of her other stories.  However, allowances
    must be made for the length of the story and development as the serial unfolds.  Despite this, they are
     both firmly established. Claire and Irish coming together seemed natural even though it occurs rather
    expediently.

    For such a short installment, there is a great deal of condensed but necessary exposition.  
    The world-building was efficient but detailed.  I really liked that a few of the paranormal "norms" were
    tweaked. 

    Reader be warned: in the true nature of the serial, there is a cliffhanger, but luckily the wait won't be
    long - a few weeks at the most. It will hook the reader without leaving the feeling of being cheated.

    I am very much looking forward to reading all of the installments!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2014

    Oh My!

    I'm so excited I found this book! I'm looking forward to the rest of the series! Downside of this book is that it's too short!

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