The first in a brand new dark and gritty paranormal series, Stolen and Forgiven begins a new journey with New York Times best-selling authors Alexandra Ivy and Carrie Ann Ryan.
The first rule of being Alpha of the Canine Pack is to protect their secrets from the humans at all cost. One look at the dying human at his doorstep, and Holden Carter knows he will have to break it. The broken woman with no hope at survival is his mate. When he forces the change on her to save her life, he not only sets forth motions that could risk both their lives, but the lives of every shifter in the world.
Ariel Sands grew up in a post-Verona infection world and under the care of the very humans she thought had cured the disease. When they betray her in the worst ways imaginable, she finds herself not only mated to the Alpha of the very species she's been taught to fear, but the focal point of a traitor and path to destruction for everyone's way of life. It will take more than trust and a mating bond for Ariel and Holden to survive their enemies and burn of their own temptations.
Soren Slater is a Beta wolf who understands the duty to his Pack comes before his own needs. At a young age, he takes a position as a liaison between his Pack and the other species of shifters. He never expected his enticing flirtations with Cora Wilder, a Tiger Princess, would encourage her cat to consider him a potential mate. He's forced to walk away, choosing a partner among the wolves to try and strengthen his Pack.
Cora has no intention of forgiving or forgetting Soren's rejection. Not even when the Packs are forced to live together and she discovers Soren's former mate has died. But then, she's kidnapped by the SAU, and she has no choice but to work with Soren to escape. Together, they must put the past behind them if they're to survive the human's evil plot.
Great Book By 2 Amazing Authors
If you could sum up Stolen and Forgiven in three words, what would they be?
Captivating, Enthralling, and Exciting
What other book might you compare Stolen and Forgiven to and why?
This book is unique as the authors take you to a place where the shifters are out in the open and yet hidden from humans
What does Aiden Snow bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The story almost takes on a life of its own when you listen to the someone else reading the book.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
This book has made me laugh so many times while I was driving my car that people must have thought I was crazy.
Any additional comments?
The only thing I would find fault with the narrator for is his pronunciation of the word heady. To me the word the way he said it was wrong.