The Big Alpha in Town

Narrated by: Lauren Sweet
Length: 10 hrs and 59 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (290 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Bearing His Name: Meeting his mate should have been cause for celebration. There's just one teeny-tiny problem. Jade thinks Ark might have impregnated her sister. He didn't, but convincing Jade is going to take a bit of honey.

Owned by the Lion: Keir's been told to stop playing the field and settle down - difficult advice for a hard and hot man with a lion's heart to follow. But his sights have always been set on Ally. She's his mate, plain and simple. With her sweet and delicious curves, she's nothing but sugar and trouble all rolled into one. But he's known her and sparred with her for years. She's his best friend's little sister, and it's going to take a whole new level of convincing that he's the mate for her. 

No Need Fur Love: Gorgeous wood nymph Mia Oliver is on a mission: Find a suitable male to get her good 'n' pregnant and provide her with an heir. But when Mia decides to pick up a gorgeous and oh-so willing werewolf at the bar, she realizes she might be in over her head.

Contains mature themes.

©2018 St. Martin's Press; Bearing His Name copyright 2018 by Eve Langlais; Owned by the Lion copyright 2018 by Milly Taiden; No Need Fur Love copyright 2018 by Kate Baxter (P)2018 Tantor
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Awesome stories.

Three wonderfully different stories that capativate you and take you on adventures. These three authors have put together a book that makes you laugh and root for the good guys.

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Definite buy!

I was already familiar and have several books by both of the 1st 2 authors and they definitely were up to their usual standards of fun strong female roles the next book in Eve Longlais Story will be out in October of 2018 The 3rd author I had not heard of before but the book was definitely enjoyable and I shall be looking for other books of hers also

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not worth the buy

the first 2 books were bad, especially the first. the last one was pretty good.

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Great collection

This is a great collection of shifter romance novels! All three stories are captivating, and let’s not forget steamy!

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glad that to have as Escape title

Chapter 1-16: Bearing His Name by Eve Langlais
I enjoyed this the most of the three stories. Campy fun.

Chapter 17-35: Owned by the Lion by Millie Taiden
This story improved after a nonsensical beginning of the relationship between Ally and Kier. My favorite character was his secretary Bess.

Chapter 36-xx: No Need for Love by Kate Baxter
This story lost me with the pretentiousness of the opening line “can I get a chunder chocolate oatmeal stout?” Get over yourself! How about a normal local brew on tap? Or bottled? Then the repetitiveness of Owen and Mia’s inner monologues... Yes, I got annoyed and skipped to the ending. I was not motivated to go back and read in between.

Sweet is a decent enough narrator for these books but her voice registers too high for my comfort level and she’s limited in character differentiation.

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First story is terrible

So far first story is awful. I don’t think I’ll ever read anything else by eve Langlais.

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good read

storyline is good character's believable and easy to follow. three stories that I could not put down until I was finished with them all.

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Entertaining

This is the second time I have listened to this book. I still find it interesting and entertaining. Some of it was romantic as hell and very sexy.

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Too Freaking Funny!!

I really enjoyed these books. If ya listen to them at work just a warning... People will think you're crazy from laughing out loud!! These stories are wonderful and hilarious with the antics of the alphas. You'll live these books!!!

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A mixed bag

One problem with anthologies is that there's never any way to ensure that all the short stories are equally well written. It doesn't matter if the authors are equally well know, individual readers just may prefer different styles of writing. So while I can't point to any particular reason, I just don't feel as if the stories in this anthology belong in a book together. For me the stories in this anthology read as if written for different reading/age levels even though they all had very similar plots which suggested that they were obvious written for adults.