Max Remus couldn't care less about finding his mate—unlike the rest of his fate-obsessed pack. He totally prefers hanging with his bestie, eating his dad's steak sandwiches, and drawing in his trusty sketchbook. But all that is about to change at the Blue Moon Festival—a summer camp where Elite Pack wolves go to find their mates. The festival is a rite of passage for every teen werewolf, and this year's festival will be one to howl home about. The alpha's son, Jasper Apollo, is attending for the first time. When Max finds himself inexplicably linked with the exceptionally handsome but totally jerk-faced heir, he's forced to grapple with the unexpected feelings clawing at his soul.
If Max rejects his destiny, will fate's bite be worse than its bark?
Netflix's Young Royals meets Teen Wolf—the first instalment in a thrilling new series, The Alpha's Son is a heart-wrenching young adult, wolf shifter romance, full of yearning, comedy, and adventure.
Start listening now! And may the Moon Gods light the path between souls.
Absolutely loved this book, can’t wait for the next and the next and the next. Hopefully! 💚💚💚
Would be amazing if this turned into a movie.
Overall, it was a good read. I was a little turned off by the childish writing vibe I got at times, but the plot and story made me pursue the ending. The romance was— not very inspiring. If you want a heart warming romance go read Red,White and Royal Blue. The main character and love interest never really have a whole arc where they explore themselves. It’s always cut short for whatever reason which was always having me roll my eyes. The action scenes in this movie are cool and interesting, but sometimes it feels like they’re used for the sake of doing it. I heard this book is going to be a series so I’m curious to see how that will turn out.