Book Club Thursday

Welcome back to #BookClubThursday!

Clearing Off the Book Shelves
An author whose books you are +2 behind on
Read any new to your author
Any series you are +2 behind on
Start a new series
Read a book you’ve had for six months or less
Read a book you’ve had for over a year
Read a book you’ve had for over five years
Read a book you keep meaning to read


READER’S CHOICE
Anything Goes
Just Because
Double Dip
Recommended by
Re-read
Second Chance previous read author
Try again (a book you one gave up on)
I really tried, but…


COVERS
Cover you don’t like
Mismatch (the cover doesn’t fit the book)
Trifecta (cover title & book theme =perfection)
Animals
Nature
Single Person
Objects
Body Parts (head only, torso only, etc )


Today's challenge is:
Single Person (from Covers List)

Alexa Beck is starting a new life in Nightbrook after leaving her abusive ex-fiance. She has scars and deep emotional wounds, but she knows that to heal, she has to come to terms with her past.
Her past, present, and future collide when she witnesses an incident in front of the supermarket. When Alexa stands up and speaks up for an innocent, voiceless, defenseless child, she unknowingly paints a big red target on her back.

Ian Harrison is stunned to see a human woman going toe to toe with one of the most influential and vicious she-wolves in Nightbrook. He is even more amazed to find that the brave human female is his fated mate. Ian is determined to win Alexa’s trust and heart, but there are secrets that she is hiding.
Can Ian take away her pain and make her dreams come true?
Can Alexa finally have the family she longs for?
Or will their enemies gain the final victory?
This was a very fast read for him. The page count is low but it didn't feel like it at all. It's very easy to read and I liked the authors writing style. I also liked the characters. Yes, Ian and Alexa right away got together but I understand that's going to happen with shifters. They seem to always know their mate and for some reason, the human "mate" seems to be okay with this. Sure, you have a little push back but not much. 

I liked how Alexa dealt with her past by helping the little girl. Yes, that part of the story seems to have taken over a big part of the whole story but I didn't mind it. 

Ian is fun-loving enough to show Alexa a good side of relationships, something she really needs. As a whole, I enjoyed this story and in fact, read the rest of the books in the series because of it. Perfect series if you're looking to read more of a novella-style story. Any of you read her?


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