When I read the summary I thought was, oh yeah just another wham bam shifter story, girl meets shifter falls madly in love jumps between the sheets ki..Show More »nd a story.I was pleasantly surprised that it actually had a good plot and a real story to this one.BEST OF ALL a stronger lead female who wasn't just goanna run and cry for big bad shifter to save her but was happy to pick up a gun and stand her ground. Proving to everyone around her in the small town of rabbit Creak why she was perfect to be the Alphas mate.A great story, good plot, great description of the sort of scenery characters are set in, strong female lead and a good narrator.I recommend THE ALPHAS MATE to those looking for more than just sex, sex, sex in a shifter story.
I liked listening to this new take on wolf shifter genre. I laughed out loud at some of the things Katarina said or thought, sassy and humorous. She i..Show More »s smart, sensitive and with a big heart, a perfect choice of mate for Charlie, the Alpha of the pack she came to without knowing what they are. But she finds out quite fast and takes it in stride. Charlie comes into his role as Alpha with her help for real, she brings a softer side to the pack. Loved her belief that the wild orphans can be tamed with love and acceptance and her willingness to protect them and those she perceives as in need of help. Loved the narration by Ms. Gilbert, the voices for the many characters, the expression of the various emotions and situations painted a clear picture of the story all the way thru.
OH YES I loved the sassy Jazz who knows how to tell it like it is. This was just an outstanding listen from start to finish that the author gives so m..Show More »uch love to. It is full of thrills and action.
Jacqueline Rhoades is a brilliant and extremely gifted author. I think I've listened to many books on shifters but the way Jacqueline tells about the ..Show More »wolvers and the way they can change is unique. Her vision on her description on how and when a silver changes, along with an alphas human mate is perfection alone. Giving these solvers a story is an extra bonus. This story takes place in a tourist town called Gold Gulch, a place where people work hard, especially the females. They are over worked, too tired to go over the moon, and life there is like living in the Victorian age. Rachel Kincaid has helped her papa keep the hotel up and running, even though she'll never own it, so she's decided she'll never find a mate. Things change for everyone at Gold Gulch when a lone wolf and Special Investigator, Challenger McCall is sent there to learn what's going on and expose this wolver town. He doesn't plan on staying long, long enough to get answers and get justice. He doesn't expect to like it there, nor did he think he would find himself a mate with Rachel Kincaid. Rachel doesn't expect her wolf will wake up after being asleep for years and it complicates every plan she has ever had. She didn't know her Papa's gambling has put them in debt with everyone, forcing her to have to choose between 2 mates, both she can't stand, but she's worked so hard to keep the hotel in her family. If she doesn't choose a mate the hotel will be taken, if she mates, it will be taken, there's no winning and being happy, no matter what she decides. Challenger, the new cop and outsider to most, will change everything with help from some new friends he's made, and even Rachel helps in this battle to get Gold Gulch back to the way it was before and give women their rights back as well. This story is perfection all wrapped up in one amazing story.
Narrator, Leah Frederick did a wonderful job in her telling of Silver,s Gold. She amazed me and kept me immersed from start to finish. She brought such life to this story and I felt for Rachel and many of the other wolvers there. I connected to this story from the start, I bonded with most of the characters, and I felt their pain and happiness as well. Leah did a great job with distinguishing accents and voice changes with each and every character. Overall, a perfect 5 🌟 eating.