The Billionaire Shifter's True Alpha
Zach Hayden was an ordinary guy until an accident in Gavin Stanton’s research lab left him howling at the moon. Turned into a werewolf by the same serum he helped to create, biochemist Zach is now seven inches taller, has seventy pounds of new muscle, and, well -- everything got bigger.
Sophia Stanton is a confident billionaire bear shifter who enjoys the finer things in life -- especially fine men. Unlike her older brother Gavin, she has no plans to settle down with just one mate. Why limit yourself to a single taste when you can have a little lick of everything?
Unconvinced that Zach has adjusted to his transformation, Sophia’s brothers confine Zach to their family compound in Montana, where Sophia offers to teach him how to manage his new powers—and libido.
But when Zach and Sophia both hear the Beat, an old shifter legend that guarantees they are made for each other, is falling in love their fate—or is it just wishful thinking?
When her powerful family questions his motives and powers, can Zach rise to the occasion—
And become Sophia’s true alpha?
Mistrust and suspicion at every turn
The only book I'm looking forward to more than Sophia's is Asher's and it looks like I have a little while longer to wait for that one. Zach's situation made my heart bleed. Suddenly and accidentally thrust into this world he knows nothing about; mistrust and suspicion at every turn. And with a man as miserly with information as Asher Stanton in charge of telling him what's going on, I'm not surprised Zach came to some bone-headed conclusions. It was fascinating to watch fate curtail Sophia's freedom, to see that voracious appetite focused on a single individual. In spite of all that, Zach and Sophia drove me absolutely mental. I still haven't decided if I should hug them tight or shake some sense into them. But this seems to be a pattern for the Stanton siblings and their significant others. It takes something radical to get them past their own self-involvement to see the miracle of their connection. And I adored seeing the interactions with all the extended Stanton family.
I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book.