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Enemy Mine [NOOK Book]

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Book two in the Alpha and Omega series.

Divided by blood. Destined by fate.
Emory is a shifter living on the edge. For years he's struggled with his Alpha nature. Then he meets the one woman capable of soothing the savage beast-Mary incites a carnal hunger that leaves him eager and burning. Sweet, kind and impossibly beautiful, Mary is everything he and his wolven half have ...
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Enemy Mine

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Overview

Book two in the Alpha and Omega series.

Divided by blood. Destined by fate.
Emory is a shifter living on the edge. For years he's struggled with his Alpha nature. Then he meets the one woman capable of soothing the savage beast-Mary incites a carnal hunger that leaves him eager and burning. Sweet, kind and impossibly beautiful, Mary is everything he and his wolven half have been craving. Unfortunately, she's also something else, something dangerous-a Shepherd, bred of the line of hunters determined to destroy his kind.
Emory discovers earning Mary's trust is the least of his concerns. Her relatives want Mary back. If Emory won't hand her over, they'll do everything in their power to take her from the pack. As danger closes in, the passionate connection between them flares into a lascivious bond that refuses to be broken.
If Emory wants to keep his mate, he'll have to protect her-at any cost.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419938535
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
  • Publication date: 4/20/2012
  • Series: Alpha and Omega , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 98,782
  • File size: 606 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2012

    The excitement continues!

    Nothing is going to stop Emory Veznor from getting to his mate Mary Shepard. Not even the fact that she is related to individuals that happen to be the enemies of his clan mates. At the end of book 1 in the series Omega Mine, Emory had discovered where Mary was being held and with some of his fellow shifters they head out to find her. For most of the book, Emory and Mary learn more about one another while dealing with the attraction that grows between the two of them. Because Mary is his mate, Emory is already a goner and now has the responsibility of introducing Mary into his life. She doesn't know a whole lot about his type of life and Emory is nothing but patient and understanding. He doesn't want to rush anything and has an internal struggle with himself to do this. He wants nothing more but to be with his mate and claim her. Mary has to take all of this information in and make a decision to whether this is something she wants to be a part of. All of her life she's heard nothing but bad things about shifters from her family. She gets to learn what they are truly about by spending time with Emory and realizes that her family is nothing but monsters for what they have done in the past. She's a little hesitant at first to give into her attraction to Emory and then realizes that he's the one thing that makes her feel safe and secure. It feels right to her and it's good that she can confide in another woman who has gone through the same thing. Diskant's mate Ava answers any questions that she may have about the shifters and the life that they lead.

    While I enjoyed the first book in the series Omega Mine very much, I found that I enjoyed Enemy Mine more because the reader gets to know more about the secondary characters in the book. These secondary characters are so fascinating and bring so much to the clan and the series! What's great is that their stories haven't been told yet so there is going to be some great reading in the future. The one character I'm looking forward to reading the most is Trey who happens to be Alpha to the clan, who is extremely interesting. Aline Hunter gives us hints in this book as to where some of the future storylines will be headed. Once I started reading Enemy Mine I didn't want to put it down as the writing flowed effortlessly from one scene to the next. This is what I've come to expect from the writing of Aline Hunter aka JA Saare and once again she delivered. The only complaint I have is that I want the next book in the series right now so that I can read what happens to these characters that continue to entertain me.

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  • Posted February 22, 2014

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    The saga continues…

    I will begin by saying even though this is book two in the series, this book stands alone. I recommend reading the first book, Omega Mine, because it is also excellent! I cannot decide if I love book one or two best because they are both MUST READS!

    This story is filled with excitement, adventure, amazingly detailed writing, hot erotic sex scenes, and so much more. Author Aline Hunter did it again by keeping me on the edge of my seat! I read the whole book within 24 hours because I could not put it down. I found myself relating to and touched by the well developed characters, the thrilling story line and the hot sex!

    By introducing and teasing me with many intriguing characters and possible story lines within this book, Aline Hunter left a perfect set up for the third book in the series! I cannot wait until the next one! I cannot wait to see if a certain werewolf dares to seek out a mate…..even though she is a VAMPIRE! Stay tuned because I sure will!


    Favorite Quote:  “It wasn’t the lust in his gaze that caused her to shiver, it was the way he said her name, as though he were drowning in tempestuous waters and it was the last word he’d share with the world before he sank beneath the surface.”

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  • Posted June 23, 2013

    "Enemy Mine" is a fast-paced paranormal-action-adventu

    "Enemy Mine" is a fast-paced paranormal-action-adventure tale with the sizzling (explicit) romance you can expect in an Ellora's Cave publication. In Book 2 of the Alpha and Omega series the human clan, the Shepherds, seeks to exterminate all shifters. Mary Shepherd rejects the sick hatred of her clan toward shifters--a very dangerous thing to do. When wolf-shifter Emory Veznor meets Mary, their sudden attraction sparks off a chain of events that threatens Emory's pack, other shifters, and the entire community of non-human others, making it necessary for them to forge unusual alliances.

    At the same time, vampire Sadie Dumas continues to deny her smoldering attraction to pack alpha Trey Veznor to prevent potentially deadly consequences. When Trey's encounter with Shepherds places him in mortal peril, Sadie is in a position to rescue him--but it may cost her everything.

    Several other subplots continue the story of characters introduced in Book 1, "Omega Mine", and the non-stop adventure makes this book impossible to put down. In the Alpha and Omega series, author Aline Hunter crafted a riveting saga that builds and moves at a heart-pounding pace. I eagerly await the chance to read Book 3, "Vampire Mine".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2012

    Wow...I didn't think that this series could get any better...I w

    Wow...I didn't think that this series could get any better...I was wrong. Enemy Mine was such a great story and continued on from the ending of Omega Mine with Mary on the run from the Shepards and Emory desperately trying to find her. 




    I wasn't exactly sure how I felt about Emory in Omega Mine but I quickly grew to love him in this book. He was definitely swoon~worthy!! He was so sweet, caring, loving, protective, patient, understanding, and vulnerable when it came to Mary. He was also a bit of a dirty talker and definitely sexy. Oh...and the sex scenes...HOT....especially the one where he holds onto the headboard with one hand while holding onto her with his other hand!! *shivers* I just couldn't help but love his character. Mary was a great character also. She was so shy and sweet and had suffered so much. I loved her and Emory together. 




    I was so happy to read more about Diskant, Ava, Trey, Sadie, Nathan, Caden, and Kinsley. I am looking forward to their stories continuing through out the series. I cannot wait to read what happens next. There where a lot of changes and loose ends not exactly tied up by the end. I am anxiously waiting for Trey and Sadie's book next. Aline is definitely making Trey and Sadie work for their HEA!! lol  I am hoping that Nathan and Leigh are focused on in Trey's book or get a book of their own. As well as Kinsley. Oh...and Zach...he needs a HEA. I also can't wait to see what happens with Caden. So good!! 




    Another AWESOME addition to and AWESOME series that has me totally hooked and wanting more. Definitely going into my keeper pile to be reread.




    BEST OF THE BEST rating.




    ***Copy provided by Ellora's Cave~Thank you so much!!    Marian at Belle's Book Bag

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2012

    Love Hunter's Books!

    If you haven't read Aline Hunter - you're missing out! Read her! NOW! She's awesome!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2012

    Great Sequel!

    "Enemy Mine" is a great sequel to "Omega Mine" and a must read! It continues to flesh out the world Aline Hunter has created, introduces us to some new characters, and doesn't forget the ones we know and love from "Omega Mine." This book could have fallen into the trap of just being the same story and problems "Omega Mine" had, but instead it was fresh and creative. Can't wait for the next one!!

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    Posted May 13, 2012

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    Enjoyed!

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