“His Prerogative” by Barbi Barnard – #ScienceFiction&Fantasy, #Fantasy, #FairyTales, #Mythology&FolkTales

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The Alpha of a wolf pack has a responsibility to keep his pack happy, healthy, and whole. His own happiness and desires are put on a back burner. But what if he is tired of being last? What if he is tired of seeing the one he wants mistreated? The Alpha has the right to take what he wants, she is what he wants. Wild Rose has only wanted to be loved and wanted. A home and maybe a family to care for. Being abused and neglected for so long takes its toll, it’s time for her to find her own happiness. When the Alpha calls, will she answer that call? Can she find happiness with the man that is more animal than human? What does he need from her? What can she do for him?
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Easily a 5 Star Read!
I read… A LOT, and I must say this quiet, seemingly unassuming little tale turned out to be one of the most emotionally engaging stories that I have read in a very long time. I honestly wish that I could give this story more than 5 Stars. A tale about two wounded souls brought together and redeemed through the clan’s Alpha exercising His Prerogative! Samuel is my kind of Alpha Male shifter hero! He’s disliked and feared by his own people, but he doesn’t let that deter him from his ultimate goal; doing what’s best for his band of shifters. And yet, he’s clever enough to find a way to protect the most vulnerable while still getting his heart’s desire. Wild Rose is an amazing character and I adored the way she grew into her role as Den Mother to the clan, healed Samuel and continued to grow as a woman. The growth (individually & and as a couple) that we see in this book was pure joy to read! The connection between Samuel and Rose sizzles! The huge cast of characters are well developed and make the reader want to know more about them. In fact, my only complaint about this story, I’d like to know more about what went before.
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