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A Cub for the Billion-Were

Alpha Billion-Weres Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Samantha Cook
Length: 5 hrs and 30 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
4.5 out of 5 stars (126 ratings)
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This Story Is Sexy

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After a lifetime of heartbreak, the word "family" makes Celeste Hennessy want to run for the hills. So why does the sexy, famous billionaire Grant Bronson claim her as his wife - and the mother of his six-year-old child Jeffrey? Turns out, Celeste's late sister was keeping some dangerous secrets - and so is Grant.

Grant is not quite human, but he is quite ruthless. He'll stop at nothing to ensure his little boy's safety - but does that include toying with Celeste's fragile heart? With dark forces from Jeffrey's past coming to claim him, Celeste has no choice to turn to Grant for help. Too bad the closer she gets to Grant, the more danger she's in.

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Georgette St. Clair (P)2018 Tantor

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Eh

So the blurb was a bit misleading to me. "So why does the sexy, famous billionaire Grant Bronson claim her as his wife – and the mother of his six year old child Jeffrey?" There's no confusion about Celeste's identity, and there's a perfect reason why Grant has her pretend to be her sister and marry him. I was never unclear about any of Grant's motives. He was a good man. It took me a long time to finish this book because nothing just grabbed me to make finish in one sitting. I finished because I had read the other two books of this series and was curious about what happened in this book. The child, Jeffrey, was used like a plot device. He's not there much unless he's in danger or about to expose shifters to humans. The bad guy and his motives were very unique, so it has that going for it.

The narration was fine. She didnt have a different voice for everyone but I could hear a tone difference for each character.

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Amazing

Wow, I love this series so far. Now, this story was a surprise. The characters are something else. Great story.

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Excellent Book 2

The story was an excellent continuation from book one. It answers questions and makes you sympathetic to the leads. if you liked book one, book two doesn't leave you wanting. The narration was good as well.

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  • 06-17-19

Struggled to finish this..

Struggled to finish this book. in bot sure if the almost monotone narration was the problem or the poor writing. Will not be listening to another in this series.