Lonely Alpha

Lonely Alpha

by Ranae Rose
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Lonely Alpha by Ranae Rose

There's no alpha male quite like an alpha wolf.

When Mandy leaves the city behind and embarks on a retreat to the Great Smoky Mountains, she expects to spend the week alone with nature and a stack of novels. Instead, she ends up trapped on a remote mountain by a big game hunter who's hell-bent on bagging a werewolf. Lonely alpha wolf-shifter Jack, the last of the once-strong Half Moon Pack, is his target. Jack is determined to keep Mandy safe while hunting his hunter, but being around Jack brings out a wild side Mandy never knew she had. As silver bullets fly, so do sparks. If they can manage to defeat their attacker, Mandy will still have one problem to contend with: Jack is convinced that she's his mate.

Novella. (Approximately 32,500 words in length.)

Lonely Alpha is an erotic romance - contains explicit sexual content.

Lonely Alpha is the first book in the Half Moon Shifters Series. Book 2, True Alpha, and Book 3, A Taste of Honey, are also available now.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015834741
Publisher: Ranae Rose
Publication date: 11/12/2012
Series: Half Moon Shifters , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 631,019
File size: 309 KB

About the Author

Ranae Rose is a best-selling author of over a dozen contemporary, paranormal and historical romances, all of them delightfully steamy. She lives on the US East Coast with her husband, child, German Shepherd dogs and overflowing bookshelves. She spends most of her time letting her very active imagination run wild, penning her next story. When she's not writing or lost in her latest read, she can usually be found indulging her love of her two favorite sports - martial arts and horseback riding.

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Lonely Alpha 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
GenaR More than 1 year ago
I found Lonely Alpha to be an intense, sexy and touching read! When Mandy accidentally stumbles upon Jack, she not only finds a sexy, handsome, irritating (lol!) man, but the very one who is about to save her life. And she's going to do the same for him. He just doesn't know it yet ;) Jack's about to find out that he's got a softer side, and it's called Mandy! I enjoyed this novella very much, and am sure I will read it again. It's on my keeper shelf!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this one
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I love it ! It is funny and romantic, must read. I start the second book and i like it. Great job,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the story and bits of humor. But don't know if just my copy of the book.....there was no chapter 4 which had to have been where Jack reveiled himself as a wolf. Chapter five did not start off where the previous page ended in the story line. Really dissapointing.
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liams_mom More than 1 year ago
took to long for story to develop
owlspiritwoman More than 1 year ago
good read
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SallieRide2750 More than 1 year ago
Mandy Foster is meandering through life, pleased with her career accomplishments and hopeful for the future. But pleased and hopeful are not synonymous with happy and complete. There is an old adage, “sometimes you don’t understand how precious something or someone is until lost or the possibly of loss exists.” This is the case for Mandy Foster. She is plodding along through life until she meets Jack Bryant and she doesn’t understand the gift that he is until circumstances lead her to understand how lonely her life would be without him. GPS failing, Mandy Foster tries to make her way to a vacation cabin in a very isolated area when she sees a rustic cabin. She’s mistakenly believes she has found the right cabin. But, thankfully, she has found Jack Bryant, a lone wolf, literally. Jack is an alpha werewolf without a pack. It’s complicated. To add fat to the fire, there are human hunters who’d like nothing better than to mount a werewolf head on their walls. For these hunters a werewolf kill is like Captain Ahab catching Moby Dick or Wile E. Coyote catching the Road Runner. You see where I am going with this. These hunters are ruthless squared and Mandy Foster’s “wrong turn” places her in the path of danger with Jack Bryant. Be still my heart; let’s hear it for wrong turns. Mandy Foster's mistake leads her to unknown perils and impossible truths. Ranae Rose’s, Lonely Alpha is action driven. Consumers of the paranormal romance genre and werewolf lovers in particular will get their “howl on.” So with that in mind, you should note, this book is meant for adults. Let’s hope Ranae Rose does not end Jack and Mandy’s story here. Maybe the next book will be entitled “The Mated Pair.” As for the cover, it does two things well: 1) It draws the eye because of the attractive man and 2) It evokes feelings of loneliness, which is perfect given the story. Reviewed by: Sallie Lundy-Frommer Author of Yesterday’s Daughter
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I found the story a little rushed, but endearing. It would have been nice to introduce additional characters. Overal a nice quick read. Oh yes the, the sexy sceens where breath taking!