Alpha Bully (The Alpha Shifter Collection #5) by Sam Crescent


January 19, 2015
Evernight Publishing
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Marshall Briggs and his friends spent most of their school career bullying the chubby girl Scarlett Fields. His dad had told him he needed to be nice to people because he never when it could come back to bite him in the ass if he didn’t. The first day of school after becoming a wolf, he discovers how right his father was and his mate all in the same day. Now his mission is to make one Scarlett Fields forgive his stupidity and trust him so he can make her his.

First, Sam Crescent this is so totally unfair. I have this huge list of books that I need to read before I can enjoy reading something I am not asked to read and what do you go and do? HHMMM, well?
Fine I will tell you… YOU had to go and write a book that drew my attention so much that not only did I just have to buy it but I had to drop everything else and read it on the spot. LOL Thankfully this book was worth it. I didn’t think I cared for the beginning much so I skipped to the end and read the last half of the book only to go back to the beginning and read the entire thing.

Guess that tells you that I really liked about Alpha Bully now to what I didn’t like. There was a missing word or two that threw off the sentences and words with missing letters. Then there is issue of the ‘he’ snuggling into the ‘him’ who happens to be Marshall which brings the question of who is the ‘he’ snuggling Marshall? Over all I would really like to give Alpha Bully a five-star rating because I will probably read it again but the edits are enough to reduce the rating to four stars.

Book’s Blurb
What would you do if the boy who bullied you for a long time suddenly showed an interest?

Marshall Briggs is an alpha wolf—and a bully. He’s tormented Scarlett for as long as he can remember. When he turns eighteen all of his senses are awakened. It’s his final year of high school, and he can’t wait for it to be over.

Then he scents his mate, and Marshall is shocked. The girl he’s bullied is in fact his mate. Everything has changed. Now he must show to Scarlett he’s a changed man, one who will do everything to keep her close.

Marshall Briggs is suddenly being kind to her, and Scarlett is more confused than happy. How can she trust him? Is it another joke he’s playing on her?

Marshall definitely has a fight on his hands to get from bully to boyfriend.

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