Title: Savage Alpha
Series: Devil Hills Wolves 02
Author: Fel Fern
Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy
Length: Novella (134 Pages)
Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand, Inc. (April 19, 2018)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Survival is Daryl Rush’s number one priority. On the hunted list of a powerful organization, Daryl and his brother spent their entire lives hiding, until a werewolf pack takes them in. The last thing Daryl needs is romance, but he can’t deny his attraction to the Alpha, Deacon Becker. Savage, lethal, and untouchable, Deacon is called the Demon Alpha for a reason. All Daryl needs is a shove in the right direction, but will he be able to tame the demon and come out unscathed?
After seeing his entire pack decimated, Deacon became Alpha at a young age. He built his pack from the ground up and would tear down any threat that comes near his home. Mates are a weakness, but the more he denies his wolf, the more his need intensifies. And Deacon wants Daryl for his mate, but will mating a human psychic come at a high price?
Product Link: Siren-BookStrand
Review: Each book in the Devil Hills Wolves collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order.
Daryl and his older brother had escaped the human’s who wanted to get their hands on him. He was what they call an Esper, someone with some psychic powers. He had killed their abusive father when they were younger, and just tried to stay safe. That is until his brothers chief started asking questions, then they decided to run to the one place that might be able to keep them. Now he was just trying to figure out his feelings for the sexy, powerful and cranky alpha.
Deacon and his best friends took up protecting other paranormal’s after most of their pack had been killed. Twelve years old and seeing the death of his parents and most of his pack, had made him a bit cold and hardened. He hated humans but slowly, very slowly he is starting to see that not all human’s are bad. He is just trying to figure out what to do with his feelings for Daryl.
This series has a dark tone to it and even though it does work for this story, it also makes the story a bit off. It felt like the story had been quite rushed by the author that it didn’t flow like it should have. I loved Daryl, but the alpha was a bit hard to connect with. You can understand why he is the way he is, but still he just comes off wrong. Other than those issues I had with it, the story is quite interesting and fun to read.
It has a unique and fresh way of taking the story in the direction it is going. It has great potential to be a top story with a little more time goes into it. I did enjoy reading it and can say that this will be read more than once.