When a wolf shifter with commitment issues teams up with a runaway bride to find her a new groom- the claws come out and the fur flies!
Meet Sandra, a runaway bride looking to provide for her widowed mother, and Naythan, a wolf shifter determined never to settle down. When their paths cross, they agree to help each other out. He'll help her find a husband and tie the knot if she'll help him avoid an ex set on roping him into a similar fate.
They seal the deal over the objections of his wolf, who's already scented her as his and has no interest in seeing her mated to anyone else.
The Alpha Hunted Series Recommended Reading order:
Before The Hunt: Sandra & Naythan (Prequel)
Alpha Hunted: Keelyn & Bane
Alpha Hunted 2: Bella & Mac
Alpha Hunted 3: Ivy, David & Ryker
?Alpha Hunted 4: Enid & The King
An Impawsible Christmas (Sequel)
Each paranormal shifter romance can be read as a stand-alone, though the Alpha Hunted saga does have an over-arcing, bigger story that carries through the entire series.
About the Author
USA Today Bestselling Author J.M. Klaire sucks at writing bad boys. She knows it. She embraces it. Instead she writes about shifters who kiss hard and love deep. Shifters who aren't alpha-holes, but who will lay down their lives for their woman, if needed. Wolf shifters. Bear shifters. Even lion and dragon shifters.
Her stories are hot, steamy, funny, mostly lighthearted M/F romances with an occasional M/F/M menage romance thrown in there.
J. M. Klaire also writes steamy, sexy cowboy menage romances as Jenny Klaire and still has some fast, hot, erotic short stories published as Jamie Klaire, which is how she got her start, so check out those author pages as well.
All three personalities can be found on one website- JKlaireRomance.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was an interesting short read. The time period of the novel is unique in its present time, but without the technological advances of real life it seems. Characters have great chemistry and there was just enough drama throughout the short story to keep a reader interested. I will be looking into the rest of the series.