Monday, June 11, 2012

Book Review: Alpha and Omega: The original novella (Alpha & Omega, Book 0.5), By Patricia Briggs

Alpha and Omega (Alpha & Omega, book 0.5) 
By: Patricia Briggs
ISBN: 1596062878
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As a young female werewolf, Anna fears Alpha wolves above all else. So when she discovers that her alpha is responsible for a missing human, it takes all her courage to report him to the highest alpha of them all - The Marrok. However, when Charles - the Marrok's enforcer, shows up, Anna finds herself questioning everything she knows about Alpha's, werewolves, and herself.

Alpha and Omega is a quick and easy adult novella full of action, tension, and just enough romance to make you want the next book.

It contains:

  • nudity 
  • arousal
  • a discussion about sex
  • references to past rape
  • references to past self-inflicted injuries
  • use of the words hell, bitch, and damned
  • non-graphic injuries and killing

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While this novella was originally just a short take on a couple characters from the author's Mercedes Thompson series, it ultimately triggering the creation of an entire spin-off series entitled Alpha & Omega (read my series review) which runs concurrently to the Mercedes Thompson series.

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