The Alpha’s Mail Order Bride (The Alpha’s Mail Order Bride #1) by Jasmine White

 
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Bored with a writing job she really needs to complete Akala decides to check out Craiglist for a hook up. There amongst the badly written M4W post is a well written request for a mail order bride that for some strange reason she feels compelled to answer. When she meets Nashoba she finds the conversation stiff and things aren’t looking very promising.

The Alpha’s Mail Order Bride really belongs in my Books I Couldn’t Get Into list and will be added soon since I could only get through 69% of this really not so great and very… I can’t even come close to finding a diplomatic way of saying this story sucked monkey balls and for that I am sorry. The only redeeming part of this story was the date scavenger hunt date that Nashoba and Akala went on. The rest of the book was like being force fed liver and onions.

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Nashoba is the Alpha of his werewolf tribe, however his tribe is in trouble. He must find a mate as soon as possible and she MUST be a human woman. As things get desperate he places an advert on Craigslist and is surprised when he finally gets a response.

Akala is no stranger to a thrill but she really had no idea what she was letting herself in for this time. Her curiosity got the better of her as she found herself answering an advert on Craigslist that she assumed was a fake however it is anything but that……

And so it is only when Akala arrives and meets the sexy Nashoba for the first time that she begins to realize that he is no ordinary man. She is about to discover why he and his tribe really want her and the truth might just kill her….

Uncover the truth, scroll up and click “buy now”…

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