In the sequel to Alpha Wolf's Pet, Hidden, Mia has two choices: remain hidden from the Russian mob determined to murder her, or become a sworn member of Dominic's werewolf pack. Being Dominic's human lover is pleasurable while taxing. She wants more commitment than he can give. Except werewolves never marry humans. Carnal desires aside, will she accept her status within the pack in order to share what little time she has with Dominic until he takes a werewolf mate?
Dominic is torn. If he gives Mia beta status, his pack will mutiny. If he doesn't, she'll leave. Her stubborn independent nature will turn his world of strict pack rules upside down. He loves her, but his pack rules will never allow him to claim a human as his mate. Worse, he's drawn to Mia's addictive blood. Was one taste too much?
Despite breaking the witness protection rules and looming danger, Mia is determined to visit her ailing grandmother. Can Dominic protect her from the mob, as well as from his kind? As their passion reaches a fevered pitch, will circumstances crush their happiness?
©2014 Eva Gordon (P)2015 Eva Gordon
The interactions Mia had with each of the pack members was interesting. Each one was unique and well defined. I like that the origins of the werewolf world is so different from other stories. Mia's struggle with pack society is a curious dynamic. Almost like going back to high school as an adult in my nightmares!
Without giving any spoilers....2 wordsPanty Sniffer
When Mia meets Mommy's mate pick for her son.
Augusta Rivers did an ok job of narrating, but Megan Kelly from book 1 is my preference.
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Norwegian in a English world!
Well, no surprise: I liked this to! To bad it has a not so good narrator as the last one. Augusta Rivers is no Meghan Kelly! Acutely really far from it! The book suffers for it too, not only am i still liking the story. I am loving it. Eva Gordon is still keeping it HOT. That is why i am a bit sad about Augusta Rivers made me rethink if i liked this type of books.
I would give Augusta Rivers 2, 5 if that was possible. Good that Eva Gordon keeps it going steady at a 4,6 all out of 5. The story gets more meat (No pun intended) and i cant WAIT to next book! So i want to say: Loved the book, not the narrator.... I think that was pretty clear!
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author
I'm glad the bad guy is dead. I like that Mia holds her own. She has to learn about wolf politics, but Dominic should have tutored her more. Will there relationship survive all the bumps in the road. I hope so. Can't wait for the next book. The narrator wasn't as good as in the first book.
It was different than any other paranormal series I've read.
The thing with the blood bond I didn't like how that was being addressed
How they became werewolfs I loved the history of it
she does a great job of making me invested in the story and wanting to hear more
It was worth my time and I will be listening to the next one as I am invested in the story and want to see how it ends.
I love to read‼️
This is book 2 in the Alpha Wolf's Pet series. It can be read in order or as stand alone. I recommend to read this series in order to better understand he storyline. Looking forward to the next book in the series. Dominic is the Enforcer for the Alpha king werewolf. Mia is on the run from the Russian mob. This is their story. Happy listening.
I would like to start out by saying, I'm not too fond of this narrator. The one for first book was a lot better. It's very hard for me to write a negative review. Her voice was annoying. But as the story went on, it wasn't as bad. What really bothered me was all through the book she pronounced a character's name as MaCON. At the end, she was saying Macon. I had to pause the story to think of who Macon was. And she wouldn't stop calling bagels "baggles ". Certain scenes she did ok. Would I listen to it again? Yes. And the story is great enough on its own that this wouldn't stop me from listening. So don't let my words stop you from listening.
I loved the book. Can't wait for the next. There were times I got so annoyed at Mia. She can be a pain in the ass. And other times, so could Dominic. Sometimes his Neanderthal ways are just too much when the pack is around. But I get why it's like that. And it makes it all more real. But I swear, I would climb a tree or something and stay. Mia on the other hand, was a little too much with the flying. I would be scared too but gosh. And omg, I was ROFLOL during one part. You guys have to listen to this book or read it for that part alone! The narrator did great during that scene. Mia was trying to win the pack over but her actions gave them a message she didn't intend. I laughed so hard that I know cars beside me were wondering what was going on. That was my favorite part. I'm dying to say what it was but don't want to spoil it.
I love that Dom and Mia declared their love for one another. His mother though, is so strong willed. But I have the feeling that as fierce as she is, if Mia ever wins her over, she will have a loyal person on her side. It's also so interesting how they keep bringing up Mia's blood type. I love when it's talked about since I do Blood banking in a lab. Lol. That could be so many possibilities. I can't wait to find out.
Alphas Pet Kept continues with Mia's fate of discovering that werewolves do exist. In order to save Mia, Dominic killed the psychopath/sociopath prince of the werewolves. Mia doesn't have a choice except to sign a disclosure to keep the secrecy that werewolves do exist.
In order for Mia to stay with Dominic, she agreed to become Dominic's pet. In order for Dominic to keep Mia with him, he has to give Mia beta status which raises mutiny with Dominic's pack. However Mia wanted to be Dominic's equal which is forbidden in the lycan society.
Dominic will do anything within his power to keep Mia with him even to go against the king of the werewolves and his mother in seeking a lycan mate.
Mia is stumbling in learning the werewolf's culture. In being human, Mia knows that she will never be accepted as a mate to Dominic and that she could only be his lover. With the mutiny forming against Dominic due to her independent nature and a confrontation with Dominic's mother, Mia left the safety of Dominic's estate and falls prey to the Russian mafia who will make her an example for testifying against them.
The Alpha's Pet series is addictive. Mia kept challenging the werewolves' hierarchy and placed Dominic in an awkward position between choosing her or his pack. She has challenged Dominic in front of his pack. If Dominic doesn't discipline her for her transgression, Dominic will appear weak in front of his pack. Mia doesn't fully accept Dominic as an Enforcer of werewolves but has to acknowledge that the werewolf's culture is above human laws. Readers/Listeners will have to decide whether Mia is stupid and/or reckless in keeping her independency.
Dominic is caught between two worlds: being an alpha of his pack and keeping the woman he loves. He is patience with Mia and he is a man of his words. In Kept, the story shows glimpses of Dominic's past and how he became the werewolf/man he is now. He hasn't shared that part of him with Mia and closes her out when Mia inquired about his past.
The narrator, Augusta Rivers sounds better in narrating this story. There are times that this narrator falls into narrating pattern from the prior narrator of Hidden. The current narrator is trying to keep the characters the same as the other narrator but I think she should narrated the way she believes the characters should act. She needs to make the characters her own instead of trying to be the other narrator.
I received an audiobook copy from the author and voluntary wrote a review for the book. I was not compensated or influenced in any way in providing this review.
I don't like giving too much of the book away in my reviews. Just get you as excited to listen or read the series as I was listening to it. This book has some really good action as well, and we learn more about the wolf society and politics. Of course Mia is still on a great learning curve and Dom is being patient with her. But when other packs are involved, can he be so patient with her continued insubordination? The narrator is still doing a great job in telling this story.
I like Mia
She's always getting her self into situations because she's got spunk and doesn't understand pack ways.
This is book two and it continues after the first book (I suggest reading/listening in order) and has a lot more going on then the first ...
There's more action (Not that ... although there is that too ~wink wink~ ) and thrills in this one
The mob has found Mia ... Dominick's mother comes to his territory and she's just as Alpha as Dominick
While Mia is submissive in some ways she's got spunk and guts in other ways ... she doesn't understand pack ways and often finds herself at odds with the pack or ... in some interesting situations! (Im not telling ... but it's funny and intense)
This is a different narrator than the first book and I REALLY enjoyed this one compared to the other ... Augusta Rivers is a new narrator for me and I liked her right away!
She really made this book great for me
This book ends .... kind of in a cliffhanger but not in the middle of any kind of drama ... I was left thinking ... WHAT? it's over? NOW!?!?! lol
I can't wait to listen to book 3
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