Review: Alpha Exposed by Anya Breton

Alpha Exposed by Anya Breton
Release Date: October 5, 2012
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 141
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

When Samantha’s sister goes missing, all signs point to supernatural foul play. Her fellow Air witches won’t help, leaving her with one miserable choice—to beg for assistance from Dion Hebert, the odious weretiger Alpha she shot down months ago. In front of his pack. What’s a witch to do?

Dion can’t believe Samantha has the nerve to come begging after she humiliated him in front of half the supernatural Underground. He agrees to help in exchange for the one thing he’s always wanted—Samantha Avira. Naked. Wrapped around him in every delectable position he can imagine. But since the witch humiliated him publicly, Dion wants the sex to be public too.

The thought of getting naked with Dion turns Samantha on, as much as she tries to deny it. The thought of getting naked with him in front of everyone leaves her part aroused and part horrified. When Dion makes good on his end of the bargain, Samantha’s deepest, darkest desires are unleashed. And the result is pure, sexy magic that can’t be tamed.

 

Review: I love reviewing books that I enjoyed and I so enjoyed this book. I loved the sparks that flew between Samantha and Dion. The running theme that seemed to run throughout this book was that not everything is what it seems. I know I know, SO cliché, but it’s true.

Let me give you a very brief rundown of the two main characters that we already know:

Dion is this alpha weretiger that runs the underground in the supernatural community and is this big bad ass man that has no compassion or any kind of morals. Makes you want to dislike him immediately. I know I was one of them.

Samantha is this half witch that no one in the witch community likes due to her heritage, or lack thereof. Her sister is someone that most of the community avoids because of her attitude.

I saw all this and I thought oh no, I’m not going to like this. This sounds really boring and annoying and who cares and why am I reading this? Right?

The characters had hidden depth and tender emotions that left me breathless and loving them even more. The book was funny and there were touching moments that I didn’t think the characters were capable of and I found myself giggling out loud a few times. My favorite line in the whole book was Dion calling Samantha “The witch with the tits”. I thought that was too funny. Only a male character would think of that and Dion is VERY male. Yum!!