Sunday, November 3, 2013

Alpha Mine Review

In the shadows of the night, there exists a band of warriors--a group of vampires, known as the Alpha Council. Their formidable leader, Stephan von Haas, has vowed to protect not only his kind but the humans existing alongside them. His duty comes before all else--until a sassy blonde saunters into his life.

When a sensual, dark-haired stranger walks into Katrina Spencer's life, he stirs her deepest desires and sweeps her into a world beyond her wildest dreams. But when Katrina is targeted by Stephan's enemies, reality shifts into something violent and deadly, as she is thrust into a realm where vampires stalk the shadows and vengeance is coming for her.

Together they will confront an extraordinary destiny of peril, passion, and dark pleasures. But when one horrid mistake brings retribution, their love may pay the price.

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Alpha Mine (The Alpha Council Chronicles, #1)Alpha Mine by Brenda Sparks
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I call this story dynamic for three main reasons: the suspense, the love story, and the characters which the author masterfully pulled together. I thought the drama in this book was original and well-constructed. Pitting very competent vampires against each other created a strong and believable conflict that kept me on the edge of my seat.

The love story was hot, romantic, impossible, heartbreaking, sweet, everything it should be. I definitely rooted for this couple to end up together.

My big thing - I can’t say enough about the characters in this book. They LIT UP the pages in a fresh, fun way. And it wasn’t only the three main characters, but the two main villains were just as enjoyable to read about. A wonderful story by a great author. Suspense abound, romance reigns on this fun and delightful journey. I recommend it to any vampire lover!

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  1. I will have to check this out. I added it to my TBR!
    I love when a story makes me want to keep turning the pages and wish that I read faster. Lol.
    I enjoy most PNR stories and love vamps. :)
    Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Lisa!

  2. You're welcome. Thanks for stopping by my blog, Tina!