Thursday, 9 July 2015

Alpha's Truth

Alpha's Truth

by Rebecca Royce

Montana Alpha Beaux Nelson believes in living his life the way werewolves were meant to—as naturally and free as possible. He honors the moon with every hunt and breath in his body. When he discovers his true mate is the healer of another pack, he’s determined nothing will come between them—not even her kidnapping. Pursuing her across the continent, Beaux will take any risk to claim the woman meant for him…but surviving her rejection is another matter.

Lake Fennell has never thrived as a healer should, her gift acts out, she changes others without their permission and has failed to save those precious to her. When she discovers Beaux may very well be her true mate, she flees rather than face the possibility. In her haste, she falls into the arms of the True Believers. Months of torture later, she can barely believe it when she wakes to find herself with the one man she shouldn’t want and can never have. In order to save them both, she must leave her true mate, knowing she might not leave his heart in tact. But if she doesn’t do what she was born to do everything will be lost…including the world she’s fought the hardest for.

As with most of Rebecca's books there is a good back story and this is no exception.  The war with the True Believers has been escalating over the series and is coming to a head with Lake being found by Beaux.  Whilst there is obvious attraction between Beaux and Lake she refuses to allow Beaux to mate with her, which only adds to the complications and makes the story that bit more convoluted with the extra twists to the tale.
This was listed as the conclusion of the Fallen Alpha tales however I felt that there were still some unanswered questions and there was the potential for more to be written about the upcoming war especially with the split that may form between the differing packs.  There was also the suggestion of an insider… is there?
Yet again Rebecca has succeeded in capturing my interest in a paranormal community filled with interesting, strong well developed characters.  I hope at sometime there will be a revisit to these wolves and their mates as I feel they still have a story to tell.

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