Review: Alpha Wolf by J. K. Harper

Alpha Wolf by J. K. Harper
Series: Black Mesa Wolves (# 2)
Release Date: November 25, 2013
Publisher: Self Published
Pages: 103
Source: book provided by the author for review
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As a Guardian climbing the ranks in the Black Mesa Wolf Pack, Sara Kenyon’s life is ideal. A sexy firecracker, she’s never regretted her carefree love-’em-and-leave-’em attitude. But when her one-time fling, smokin’ hot Rafe Bardou, wants the only thing she can’t give him—commitment—she starts to question if freedom is everything she desires.

Rafe’s patience is legendary. Yet for all his strength and control, Rafe craves something he can’t have: free-spirited Sara as his mate. Her red-hot kisses have eluded him for over a year, but he can’t stop thinking about how they once tangled the sheets together. Now he’s out of time. Her commitment to him is essential—not only for his own happiness, but for the future of the Pack.

Losing control isn’t an option. But it may be the only way to convince this sweet vixen he’s her alpha wolf.

 

Review:  Alpha Wolf is the second book in the Black Mesa Wolves series by J. K. Harper. While this book is part of a series it can be read as a standalone novel with ease. I chose this book because I love shifter novels. I also like reading different authors take on shifters as well.

Sara Kenyon is a Guardian is the Black Mesa Wolf Pack. She has the life that she wants except a man. The one man that she does want wants a commitment and Sara does not want that. She longs to prove herself to her Alpha and herself. She is a free spirited.

Rafe Bardou is the Alpha in waiting. He has been waiting for Sara to be ready because Sara is his mate. However he is out of time and now he has to convince Sara to take a chance. The chemistry between Rafe and Sara is blistering. Rafe and Sara make a great couple if they communicated better. The sex scenes were scorching.

The biggest issue with this book that I had was the lack of communication between Rafe and Sara. Most of the issues could have been avoided if they talked to each other. I found this book well written with interesting and engaging characters. Overall, this was a great book. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.

 

Melissa sig