**This full-length novel is the first in a series about the alpha males, the first one being Ethan, but it has a happily ever after for him and Sadie, the object of his obsession. Don’t worry kids, there’s no cliffhanger, so read on and enjoy!**
SADIE, THE FIRST BOOK OF THE ALPHA SERIES
"Be my first last."
A beautiful girl with a selfless heart, Sadie Montague enjoys her time alone, reading in her apartment or working in the bookstore her father owns. Male attention is something she never expected, nor did she think she deserved it. When she finally goes out on the town with her girlfriends, she’s immediately taken with Ethan. She is drawn to him as he stares at her with a hungry expression. She isn’t the kind of girl he thinks she is and she tells him that repeatedly. It doesn’t make a difference. She already belongs to him. She never had a choice.
Monogamy isn’t on his list of exciting hobbies. On the town with a different girl every night, getting laid is always on his mind. When he meets Sadie, he completely changes. Her beauty and intelligent mind immediately capture him. He possesses her and controls her, but his usual dominance only pushes her away. Her sassy wit and strong attitude makes him step back. If he wants to keep her, he has to play this out in a different way. A successful business man and self-proclaimed bachelor, his life is turned upside down. Sadie will be his one way or another. She just needs to deal with it.
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lied is not any form of ‘lay down’ and you never lied on someone to sleep. while the base story line is fine, how the author carried it out is unfortunate. You have mature adults entering a relationship written from a hormonally volitile 13 year old perspective. There were such over reactions, crass and demeaning speech that we are supposed to believe is loving and admiring. If I was an adolescent I would probably be impressed by the uncontrolled histrionics, but as an adult I find that behavior to be out of control and stalker-ish, showing all the classic signs of an abuser.
Badly written, badly edited, not worth the download. Wall Street is a "company". Really?
The grammar is horrid and the spelling errors are terrible. The thing that irks me the most is when it switches from 1st person to 3rd then back to 1st. Seems like a totally different person from the author decided to add some filler lines but English may not have been their 1st language. The errors are so very distracting! So distracting that I stopped to write my 1st book review.
P.S. Have you heard of character development?