Friday, May 9, 2014

Review of Avoiding Alpha by Aileen Erin

Seventeen-year-old Tessa McCaide has come a long way since her abrupt entrance into the world of werewolves, but she still has a way to go before she’s comfortable with going full-wolf. So, she’s avoiding thinking about it any way she can. Thankfully her hot mate, Dastien Larent, is proving to be quite the distraction.

But when she finds her suitemate getting sick in their bathroom, she knows something’s majorly wrong. The curse on Meredith that suppresses her wolf is slowly killing her, and Tessa can’t sit idly by while her best friend wastes away. Going against her pack Alpha, Mr. Dawson, by playing with magic she doesn’t fully understand might not be her smartest move, but Tessa has never been one to follow the rules. She’ll break every one if it’ll give her a chance at saving Meredith. But can she save her friend without losing more of herself?


Becoming Alpha and Avoiding Alpha were both awesome! I can't wait for the next installment in the series! Five stars for both books :)
This book starts off when the other book left. I really enjoyed the characters and loved the romance throughout the book. The story was interesting and had plenty of twists throughout it.
I liked the extra elements of witches mixed into the story. They dealt with vampires in Becoming Alpha and witches in Avoiding Alpha.
The only grumble I have with this book, is that there were a lot of loose ends when the book finished. I was hoping for some resolution but it wasn't to be.

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