Alpha Wolf

When evil hunts by moonlight, desire can be fatalWhen Melanie comes to rural Maryland to open a vet clinic, she has no intention of buying into the area s absurd werewolf legends Until she rescues an ordinary dog shot with a silver bullet and meets his sexy owner, Major Drew Connell A powerful werewolf himself, Drew has developed an elixir that helps shape shifters coWhen evil hunts by moonlight, desire can be fatalWhen Melanie comes to rural Maryland to open a vet clinic, she has no intention of buying into the area s absurd werewolf legends Until she rescues an ordinary dog shot with a silver bullet and meets his sexy owner, Major Drew Connell A powerful werewolf himself, Drew has developed an elixir that helps shape shifters control their abilities He s always tried to keep his distance from the civilian population, but Melanie soon wears down his defences With the attacks on locals mounting, can their fiery attraction withstand their toughest challenge
Alpha Wolf When evil hunts by moonlight desire can be fatalWhen Melanie comes to rural Maryland to open a vet clinic she has no intention of buying into the area s absurd werewolf legends Until she rescues an

  • Title: Alpha Wolf
  • Author: Linda O. Johnston
  • ISBN: 9780263887846
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Alpha Wolf”

    1. I liked the Characters and the intrigue even though I was not in the mood for it when I started the story. I'm looking forward to more by this author.

    2. Setting: town of Mary Glen, Maryland’s Eastern Shore – Veterinarian’s office, house next door, town diner, town meeting hall; Ft Lukman – major’s room, laboratory; surrounding forest (for wolves to run around in)Theme: trust; falling in love; protection; exploitation;Characters:Dr. Melanie Harding: from LA, bought vet business from Worley (his parents killed with silver bullets); she is a wonderful vet, full of compassion; vet she worked for in LA – also her fiancé – cheated on he [...]

    3. Lorsqu’elle a acheté le cabinet où elle va pouvoir exercer son métier de vétérinaire, Mélanie connaissait les légendes entourant la ville. Des légendes de loups-garous. Mais elle pensait juste que les habitants avaient une imagination fertile et que rien de tout cela n’était réel.Jusqu’au jour oùÀ la fin de sa journée, Mélanie qui rentre chez elle, va trouver un chien blessé, un grand chien qui apparemment c’est fait tirer dessus avec une balle en argent. En tant que vét [...]

    4. This is the first of three books that I know of, I don't know if there will be more or not.Melanie Harding, DVM, has just bought her practice in Maryland. The former vet and his wife had been killed with silver bullets and their murders are still unsolved. As she's finishing up in the clinic one night she hears a gun shot, and in going across the yard to her home, discovers a dog that has been shot. She saves the dog and the next day Major Drew Connell comes to claim his dog. Major Connell is a [...]

    5. This is my first werewolf novel, and I hope it won't be my last. The heroine, Dr. Melanie Harding, was pretty good, but part of me was wondering if she really was as smart as you would expect a vet to be. I mean, honestly, who doesn't call the police when they hear a gunshot in the middle of the night? I know I would, especially if I was new to an area, and lived near the woods in a town with the history of the town she just moved to.I also find it hard to believe that the US military would have [...]

    6. Alpha Wolf wasjust okay. It's a short book, only 200 pages, and it only took me a couple of hours to read but I just didn't love it. Neither of the main characters, Melanie and Drew, were great and the werewolf/shapeshifter part of the story wasn't particularly interesting. If you're looking for a great werewolf/shapeshifter story I'd recommend Rebecca York's Killing Moon. However, if you're just looking for an easy read that'll fill a couple of hours, Alpha Wolf might be just what you're lookin [...]

    7. A good story about an Army Colonel who is a werewolf and a female Veterinarian, who meet when his dog is shot. The Vet lives on the fringes of a town whose residents believe that some of the people are werewolves. The Colonel who is an M.D. is instantly attracted to the lovely Vet.Added into this is a group of out-of-towners who are hunting for werewolves and shooting anything they see with silver bullets.How the Colonel and the Vet find out who is doing all the shootings and establish their rel [...]

    8. 4.5 stars ~ Again, I read this book some time ago and, while I remember the story and that I really liked it a lot of the individual points are lost.But I do remember that this was a sexy romance ~ gotta love a werewolf in uniform and an alpha male at that! ~ as well as a great shifter story with an excellent helping of suspense and thrills.Linda O. Johnston can really write 'em.

    9. Not the easiest book to read, but the story line is OK. A vet from LA buys a practice in a small town in Maryland. The tourist attraction there is all about the Werewolf Legends, and there are upsets, injuries, deaths, and mayhem galore surrounding those who seek to prove their existence, those who want all the trouble to go away, and a military project that is way too secret. Not a bad book, but the story seems awkward at times.

    10. A quick, enjoyable read about a vet who lives in a small town that has a big werewolf legend that the locals believe. One night she is working and hears a gun shot. She finds a dog outside her door and gives medical aid. The next day his handsome owner comes to get him but she does not realise that he is a shapeshifter.

    11. I'd almost given up on this author after reading 'Alaskan Wolf', but this was a much better book. The characters were more engaging, the plot was less repetitive, and the motivation for the antagonist's behaviour was a tad more believable. Overall this was an ok/average read so I rated it 3 stars.

    12. 3 1/2 stars. This was actually pretty good. Nice solid storyline, my only complaints (and the reason why I didn't give a 4 star) was that there wasn't enough love scenes, and I would have like to see more of the shifters in their animal forms. But other than that it was good.

    13. Well, what to write about this book? It was so banal that this review will be banal, too! It wasn't boring and it wasn't intresting, neither. I mean, I read the book, And that's all. No feelings, no emotions, no "omg" moments. I gave 2 stars because the writing's style wasn't boring.

    14. Very unusual story. I loved the fact that the group is military. Well developed plot and characters. Very well written.

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