Get the entire Deadly Trilogy in this eBook collection from award winning author, Ashley Stoyanoff!
Book 1 – Deadly Crush
Dog Mountain is just like any other small town — peaceful and uneventful. Well, that is if peaceful means wolves howling all night, and uneventful means it’s overrun by pesky werewolves, then yes, Dog Mountain is just your average small town.
Jade Shaw has spent the last two years avoiding the pack. But when Aidan Collins moves to town, avoiding the dogs doesn’t seem possible. The pack wants him just as much as she does.
Determined to keep him out of the pack’s grasp, Jade does everything she can to gain his attention. Little does she know, Aidan is in deeper with the pack than she could have imagined, and competing for his attention is a deadly game, one she may not want to win.
Book 2 – Deadly Mates
Jade never thought she’d embrace being a werewolf, but after having accepted her new role as alpha female of Dog Mountain’s pack, she finds herself doing just that. She’s training with the enforcers and learning to use the alpha within her to her advantage. And for the most part, Jade is content, well at least with her training she is.
But Dog Mountain is a small town with big problems. The new alpha pair is divided, splitting the already unstable pack with them, and to make matters worse, Jade’s father is on his way home. Except Jade’s father and his twisted pack of werecourgars aren’t the only threat.
When Aidan brings in a new set of enforcers to weed out the problems within the pack, Jade is forced to delve into the center of the issue. She soon realizes that she is the indirect cause of the uneasiness within the pack, and if Jade doesn’t fix it, she’ll lose everything, even Aidan.
Book 3 – Deadly Pack
Since becoming the alpha female of the Dog Mountain pack, Jade certainly has had her share of challenges. She’s had to prove herself to a bunch of werewolves that she spent years hating; forgive her mate who’d done nothing but lie to her, and face the grueling fact that her father leads a pack of werecougars, who are responsible for tormenting her werewolves for many years.
On the upside, the Dog Mountain pack is finally coming together—now that Jade and Aidan’s mate status is official. And now that they know where her father’s been hiding his nasty pack of beasts, Jade and Aidan can concentrate on stopping them once and for all.
But when Jade’s dad finds out that she’s become Aidan’s official mate, all hell breaks loose, and Jade and Aidan soon learn that his plans for their werewolves are bigger than anyone could have ever suspected.
About the Author
Romance author Ashley Stoyanoff is the recipient of two Royal Dragonfly Book Awards for young adult and newbie fiction. Her first book, The Soul’s Mark: FOUND, came out in 2012. Her other passions include reading and shopping for the latest fashions.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I Absolutely love Deadly Trigloy I love how Jade and Aiden have this connection with each other. I love Jade and Aiden story's I love that Jade won't take anything from anybody. I love Aiden he is sweet caring and you can tell he has feelings for jade. I am so in love with this series. I love how Ashley Stoyanoff wrote this series so in love with it. I love that jade is a independent and that her Aiden are together. when I was reading this series you can tell Jade and Aiden have strong feelings for each other. Once I started reading this series I couldn't put it down. I definitely recommend that everyone read it you won't be disappointed. I can't wait to read more From Ashley Stoyanoff Comment C
This author has a talent for writing amazing and creative stories with the best characters, especially the heroine, who is sometimes flawed but always strong and fierce. Her alpha males are courageous and brave and you can’t help but love how they can be bowed to the one woman who can steal their hearts. This series was no different. I loved every exciting moment. The first book, DEADLY CRUSH: Killing the Alpha male and inheriting his pack on his first night in a town he was just passing through was never nineteen year old Aidan’s plan. But once the dice was rolled, he was thrilled to follow in the footsteps of his alpha father and be this packs new leader. Now all he has to do is change the unruly ways of the rogue pack, declare a winning mate out of the small group of rivaling she-wolves and not fall for the one human who's caught his attention and is totally off limits. Trouble is, the pack is resistant to change and they are challenging his every decision, the she-wolves are all conniving and treacherous and there's something different about the human, Jade, that calls to his inner wolf he just can’t resist. Everything is spinning out of control! This book was brilliant! It was smart, fun and completely enthralling. I started it and before I knew it, I had read the whole night through. This book leaves off with a slight cliffy and I can’t wait for book two to find out what happens next with these fascinating character and this enchanting story. The second book, DEADLY MATES: Conflicts Are Raging, Secrets Are Discovered and Angsts Are High. There’s a lot of anxiety going on with all the characters and there’s a lot of pressure and distrust within the pack. There’s new players in the game on both the good and bad side, secrets are revealed, friends are quickly becoming enemies and loyalties are being tested. The rogue werecougar pack seems to be able to sneak past the wolves defenses encroaching on their territory, Jades father can’t be trusted, Jared is showing his true colors, Jade’s beta is doing questionable things and added on top of that, Jade is reluctant to being fully mated to Aidan which is causing Aidan to doubt her and the pack is slowly being torn apart. Things are not good with the Dog Mountain werepack! Told from dual POV’s, from beginning to end, I was sucked in, reading it all in one sitting. I enjoyed the characters, the story and the intrigue. And watching the pack try and come together when they all seem to be on separate pages was angsty and fun. The third book, DEADLY PACK: A Fantastic Conclusion To A Fabulous Series! The tragedy that unfolded in the last chapters of book two has left its scars and hurt with the characters and as they try to navigate around all that pain, new developments arise, new secrets are unveiled, loyalties are once again tested and with the newly put-together pack sorting through all their troubles, it’s uncertain how things will turn out. I really enjoyed this read. From the first page in the first book, this author creates a thrilling and wonderful paranormal story for us to sink our teeth into and this last installment concludes and wraps everything up nicely. I loved the characters and as their story gets trickier and more involved, we get lots of action, lots of angsts and lots of fun.
Jade and her dad were certainly opposites morally. Aiden and Jade courtship was at times frustrating, but kept my interest. Overall, good reading.
Deadly Trilogy is about Jade and Aidan who live in a town where werewolves live openly. Jade doesn’t like the pack or anything about it. She has a strong personality and will not back down from anything which means she is always annoying someone – usually someone from the pack. Aidan, the Alpha of the pack, is assertive, extremely good-looking, and attracted to Jade. Jade doesn’t know he is the Alpha and Aidan doesn’t know how much Jade hates the pack. This leads to some pretty interesting situations for them. The character development in this series is quite in depth. I felt a connection with the characters because they were so well developed in this trilogy. I like the way Stoyanoff put her own distinctive slant to the werewolf legends. This series is very well written making it easy to picture all the events taking place. I liked the way Jade and Aidan's inner wolf was addressed as if it was a separate being. The author brought some romance into it which I enjoyed. It didn't overpower the story but it was nice to see that there was some feelings between Aidan and Jade, not just pack business. This was a great series that I really liked and highly recommend.