Prisoner of the Alpha by Marcy Jacks

prisonerofthealphaTitle: Prisoner of the Alpha

Series:  New Luna Werewolves, #3

Author: Marcy Jacks

Genre: Paranormal/ Vampires/Werewolves

Length: 120 pages

Publisher: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. (May 20, 2016)

Heat Level: Explicit

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts

Blurb: Renoir Delacroix is a forensic photographer working for the Dallas County Police. He’s well off the beaten track when he snaps a photo of something big and monstrous out in the woods. When it grabs him, he thinks he’s a dead man until it changes into the most brutally handsome man he’s ever seen, even with the burn scars.

Calvin tries to explain himself while Renny is tied to a bed. Something about being mated and never wanting to hurt him? Not that Renny cares since his body is so hot and flustered that Renny is willing to overlook the strangeness of having amazing sex with a man he’s just met—a man who can shift into a wolf.

What’s not so amazing is the hunters who are after both of them, and when Calvin rushes off to rescue a friend, leaving Renny alone and vulnerable, he might not make it back before someone comes to take Renny’s life.

ISBN: 9781682952146

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Reviewer: Shorty

Review: The third book in the New Luna werewolves picks up where the second leaves off. Calvin finds his mate crime scene photographer Renoir in danger after he talks to hunters. In an attempt to keep him safe after he witnesses him changing he kidnaps him.

I personally thought he should have explained the situation better at first so Renoir would not have been terrified out of his mind. Calvin seemed to struggle internally at times with his new status as Alpha since the barn incident.

I was glad when he finally came to grips with it and did his best to protect his mate at all costs. Another fantastic addition to the series that has you on the edge of your seat awaiting the outcome.

Highly recommended.

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