Victoria Sue The Alpha King

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The Kingdom of Askara has been torn apart by conflict for centuries, where humans exist as subservient beings to their werewolf masters. Legend says it will only be able to heal itself when an Alpha King and a pure omega are mated and crowned together, but a pure omega hasn’t been born in over a thousand years. Luca is an Alpha-heir eagerly awaiting the choosing ceremony on his twenty-fifth birthday and the gifts granted by whichever omega he mates. His small pack is destitute due to the decisions of its ruling council, but being only an Alpha-heir, he has no authority to challenge them. Not until now—this moment he has waited a long time for. Kit grew up as a street-rat, an unlicensed human who would never be more than a slave for whichever master owns him. Then one day he came across a young Alpha-heir, attacked and dying of poison, and found out their fates were suddenly entwined. Luca needs to take over his pack and save his people. He cannot afford to be distracted. But when he meets Kit, he develops abilities indicating he is not just a pack Alpha, but the King his world has needed for a thousand years. Is Kit really the cause of Luca’s newfound power, the true mate he needs? How is it possible when the young man isn’t even a werewolf, and as merely a human, a mating is not only forbidden, but for Kit, a sentence of death?

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    The Alpha King
    Makaria

    Makaria

    26. March 2017 um 19:11

    Abgesehen davon, dass das Cover schon sehr nach einer einfachen Grafik aussieht, lohnt es sich trotzdem, zu diesem Buch zu greifen. Es ist eine schöne Leseerfahrung und liest sich flüssig von der Hand weg. Ich habe nur einen Abend gebraucht. Sehr schön auf jeden Fall, der Erzählstil gefällt mir. Die Charactere sind facettenreich, handeln zwar manchmal ein wenig unglaubwürdig, aber so weit ich das verstanden habe, ist das Buch auch eines der früheren Werke der Autorin. Das fulminante Finale verhilft ebenso wie das Gesamtbild über die kleinen Schnitzer hinweg. Sehr schön!

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