Little known fact about being a werewolf: There are always wolves at your door and some of them are up to no good.
Chloe Weiss’ dreams have finally come true: She's a null no more, her wolf has finally come. She's now a full member of her pack in the remote Appalachian ‘were town’ of Hunstville. Even better, she's mated to the pack's next alpha, Jackson Swift. However, now that she's on the other side of her happy ending, things aren't quite as rosy as she'd expected.
The women of her pack resent her status as alpha's mate and suddenly there are rumors that Chloe is an Omega, a werewolf so weak they are banned from ever mating. Worse, an old friend of Jackson's blows into town full of disapproval....and competition. It seems no one likes Chloe except Jackson.
Then women start disappearing, violently kidnapped from their homes and never heard from again. There's a killer on the loose in the small town of Huntsville, and the one wolf he'd do anything to have is Chloe.
Now Chloe will have to fight...for Jackson, her place in the pack, and her life.
4.5 stars from Night Owl Reviews! "I got caught up in the interesting, original story line, drama, action, suspense. I was not bored with Michelle Fox's vivid storytelling. I could not put the book down."
Standalone full length novel with NO cliffhanger from USA Today and NY Times bestselling author Michelle Fox.
About the Huntsville Pack Series
Tucked in the hills of Appalachia are small communities where the people are connected by one common thread: They are all shifters. They live their lives mostly in peace, but when trouble comes calling, they always rise to the challenge...for their packs, their mates and the shifter way-of-life.
Each book stands alone!
Lots of plot and steamy romance!
Titles in the Huntsville Pack Series
Bring Her Wolf
The Alpha's Mate
The Alpha's Justice
The Alpha's Fight
Customer ReviewsSee All
The Alpha Mate
Way to go, a great book . You are an awesome writer.
Alpha and Mate
Good story about the Alpha and his mate who had trouble shifting.
Good read but lots of errors
This was a good book with a good plot. I enjoyed reading it. My only complaint is that it has quite a few errors, grammatical, spelling, etc.