Alpha Underground Trilogy

Alpha Underground Trilogy

by Aimee Easterling

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This compilation of the complete Alpha Underground Trilogy plus five bonus short stories is chock full of danger, adventure, and romance.

Fen Young is a half-shifter whose inner beast is more mouse than wolf. Home is her castle, the only place she's ever felt safe.

Enter Hunter Green, an uber-alpha strong enough to stop traffic with a single look. He's handsome and enticing and seems like just the ticket to broaden Fen's horizons...until the uber-alpha brushes off his admirer and summarily ejects her from her home pack.

Now treading water in the no-man's land of outpack territory, Fen must confront a missing pack mate, a tantalizing stranger, and a serial killer targeting half-werewolves. Will she be able to shore up her waning power in time to save her friend...and half-breeds everywhere...before it's too late?

USA Today bestselling author Aimee Easterling's completed urban-fantasy series has racked up over 300 glowing five-star reviews:

"Tense, dramatic, sexy, and intriguing"

"A strong back bone of loyalty, love, and friendship"

"Another truly riveting story of an underdog coming of age"

"Romance, passion, suspense, and intrigue all in one book"

"Fun, exciting, thoughtful, suspenseful"

"An awesome power packed modern story"

"Well-written, fast-paced story with exceptional, captivating characters"

"Brilliant characters whose layers are revealed, tantalisingly, in each story"

"A WOW of a story"

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940157361709
Publisher: Wetknee Books
Publication date: 03/16/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 38,463
File size: 673 KB

About the Author

Homesteader by day and werewolf…ahem, *teller of werewolf tales*…by night, Aimee Easterling is a USA Today Bestselling author writing on the boundary between urban fantasy and paranormal romance.

She heats her house with hand-split firewood, writes on an ultra-geeky Linux box, and generally does her best to confuse all reasonable assumptions.

Studying biology and spending a year backpacking around the world have both informed Aimee’s writing, but she’s quite willing to let reality slide in favor of a good story. You can learn more and download a free starter library at

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Alpha Underground Trilogy 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really boring
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This could of been one book instead of a trilogy. The inner dialogue dragged on too long. I loved the plot concept and the charters. This trilogy just didn't pull me in. I never got that "I'll only read one more chapter" then read 5 more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although the the concept of characters is there, it takes FOREVER to get to the next scene. I seriously could skip 2-4 pages and still totally understand what was going on. And using different names (Hunter, uber-alpha) for the same person in the beginning made me feel like she was talking about 2 different people. Super confusing. I usually really enjoy almost anything supernatural, to where I want to read, read, read...stay up ALL night, but this I read when I was ready to sleep. If I make it through the 1st book I'll be surprised, but want to give it a fighting chance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written, interesting trilogy. Didn't possess that "wow" factor for me and I really can't put my finger on why. Not sure how well I connected with the characters but I liked it overall.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good trilogy very interesting characters.
VaWineLover More than 1 year ago
I read these books separately and have combined my reviews. I think the books got better as the series progressed so I give the set a five overall. Half Wolf This was not the best shifter story I have read, but it is not the worst either. It was at least different from the normal wolf tale. I did enjoy the description of the show at the bar with the strip tease, although I am not sure what possessed Ginger to do this in such an obviously dangerous place. Fen may not be but half-wolf, but she knew what her duties as an alpha were. It would have been hard for her to suddenly have responsibility for other lives in a place where her heritage was such a handicap. I feel there could have been a little more background on her to make her easier to understand. I had to keep reminding myself that she was trying to do an Alpha's job with very few qualifications for the job. If she had trusted her wolf more she might have been better off, but apparently she had experience that this was not something she felt she could do. I did not like the constant repetition of "uber-alpha" and "troublesome twin" as another reviewer pointed out. I think is would be best to use the names instead of these constant descriptives. (And what the heck is an uber-alpha anyway? Does he drive for Uber? Just kidding.) That said, I would l like to read the next story and see how Fen and Hunter play out. Lone Wolf Dawn I loved this book. I liked the first one, but this one was fantastic. I loved Celia and how she did her best to let Fen know she was sorry for how she acted towards her as a child. I also loved that Fen has started to trust not only her wolf, but Hunter. This book was a great sequel and you will love it. Her old pack members show up and a few more wolves will join her family. there will be some hairy moments and Fen will find a home for her pack. I can't wait for the next one. I can't believe there will only be one more. There seems to be so many potential stories to tell of Ginger and her girlfriend and maybe Cinnamon can find a girl? How about Lia? Will she grow with her wolf and find a mate? How will Hunter be as a father? So many stories to tell. Wolf Landing I really loved this book. It has a little bit of everything. There is love, conflict, mystery, and some alpha showdowns. The book begins with Fen working with the one-body Robert on another in a string of murders that appear to be committed by a shifter, but Fen can find no sniff of a shifter. On the home front there is the upcoming All-pack where Fen hopes to have her pack recognized by the other packs and her territory upheld. When a ram is killed on the night of the pack run, things get hairy with the locals that blame one of the "dogs" for the kill. On top of that, the council enforcer that used to employ Hunter is sniffing around and has brought Hunter's replacement along for the ride. Join Fen and company as they battle to save themselves and their new home. Will they finally get to have the kind of pack they want? I sure hope we get more books on other pack members! I received free copie of these books and voluntarily reviewed them, as I do all the books I read.
avidreaderGC10 More than 1 year ago
I love this set. Each book is packed with action and adventure. The romance is wonderful too. If you are looking for love and adventure you would do well to get this set. Great books.
fcheavenly More than 1 year ago
Dark Wolf Adrift: Finally! A shifter story that doesn't revolve around finding a mate!!! Yes, those are awesome but it sure is refreshing reading an entirely different storyline! Take one uber alpha and immerse him into the world of pack politics and you have got an action packed page turner you truly need to read! I love the über's sort of pack bond to his human buddies, and then following his struggles to find his place in the shifter world. Seriously love the little tease at the end! Perfect way to crave the next book! This voluntary review is based against an advance copy. Half wolf: This story takes a look at the inner workings of a new pack formation. I enjoyed being exposed to the inner turmoil of the reluctant alpha. The emotions truly came through giving the main character life. This writer did an amazing job weaving these characters dilemmas and branded this book an easy page turner! I truly want to know more about Fen! This voluntary review is based against an advance copy. Lone wolf dawn: Book two of Fens story is amazing! This storyline dealing with all the new emotions of our main characters does not fail to stimulate our own emotions. I once again have been thoroughly entertained with Fen's struggle with who she is and who she will be. Hunter's steadfast love and loyalty of course makes us swoon. Life for these love struck wolves keeps challenging them yet once again this amazing author captures your attention quickly and doesn't let go! Spend the afternoon with Fen and Hunter and you won't be disappointed! This voluntary review is based against an advance copy. Wolf Landing: Totally sad this marks the end of this series for these characters are very memorable! This writer could not have ended this any better! Brilliant writing, amazing characters, and storylines that never fail to capture your interest! This book, as well as the series, is easy to recommend to my fellow PNR readers! My voluntary review is based against a KU copy
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this authors style and this whole series was no different. I didn't put the phone down until the laSt page, food and water was left by the chair by a worried mate many times. Lol thank you aimee!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Long story, well worth the read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Absolutely loved the entire trilogy!