You might be seeing a pattern. Well, the truth is, with summer winding down and my youngest getting ready to do two weeks of summer learning, I'm trying to get as much adventures in as I can. So you get What Brooke Read today and next Thursday instead.
Kicking off the possible weekend reads for you is Alpha by Sara Fields.
He's not an alpha. He's the alpha. And he's going to breed me.
I used to believe beasts like him were nothing but legends and folklore. Then he came for me.
He is no mere alpha wolf. He is the fearsome expression of the virility of the Earth itself, come into the world for the first time in centuries to claim a human female fated to be his mate.
That human female is me.
When I ran, he caught me. When I fought him, he punished me.
I begged for mercy, but mercy isn't what he has in mind for me.
He's going to force one brutal climax after another from my naked, quivering body until my throat is sore from screaming and he's not going to stop until he is certain I know I am his.
Then he's going to breed me.
Next up is Bear by Delta James. Like the other books I've read from her, there's a great deal of spanking. Definitely a certain audience for this author.
For centuries he roamed the mountains, restless and wild. Then he chose me as his mate.
He was a man once, long ago. Now people say he is nothing more than a myth, a legend, a story locals tell one another around the campfire. The tale of the mountain man who became a bear.
But I know better. He saved my life, and he watches over me still. Because I belong to him.
The man in him is old-fashioned, from a time when a headstrong woman was taken over a knee, but the beast in him is as wild as this land itself, and when he claims me it will be truly savage.
Lastly, I have Aric by Callie Rhodes. I enjoy this series and the different things she has the couples encounter. I can't wait for Cade next month.
Boundaryland law is simple—whoever trespasses on an alpha’s land becomes his property to do with as he pleases.
No woman willingly travels to the Boundarylands.
That’s why Aric is so surprised to find a stranger asleep in his bed.
She’s not who she says she is…or what she pretends to be. All he knows is that what lies in his bed is his to keep.
Jocelyn never meant to come to the Boundarylands. Why would she? It’s where they are—the alphas.
They keep to themselves in the wilderness, and beta civilization knows to keep its distance. Especially beta women…for fear they may not be a beta after all.
The only way to know your true nature is to feel the touch of an Alpha. Omegas may be rare, but every woman knows their fates are hellish—held captive, broken, mated, knotted, and bred.
But all Jocelyn wants is live a life free from fear…but now she’s afraid that while running from one monster, she’s ended up in the arms of a worse one.
That's it for the week. I'm off bright and early to hike into a couple of waterfalls. See you later! Have a fun, happy, and safe weekend.