Alecto

Alecto

Pamela Lyn / Dec 14, 2019

Alecto Sabrina s life as a werewolf is far from glamorous Always a victim of her brothers she now has to deal with the Alpha s son a sadistic wolf determined to make her fall in line With beatings and murd

  • Title: Alecto
  • Author: Pamela Lyn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sabrina s life as a werewolf is far from glamorous Always a victim of her brothers, she now has to deal with the Alpha s son, a sadistic wolf determined to make her fall in line With beatings and murders a part of everyday life, the struggle to find a bit of peace is a tough one But when Sabrina reaches her breaking point, she decides to plan her escapea decision witSabrina s life as a werewolf is far from glamorous Always a victim of her brothers, she now has to deal with the Alpha s son, a sadistic wolf determined to make her fall in line With beatings and murders a part of everyday life, the struggle to find a bit of peace is a tough one But when Sabrina reaches her breaking point, she decides to plan her escapea decision with horrific consequences Standalone Novella featuring characters from Cape Elizabeth Series.

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    923 Comments

    1. I thoroughly enjoyed this! It's short and sweet, at times very graphic (convincingly detailed too). Not for the faint of heart. I'm not a big paranormal fan but that aspect isn't overplayed in the book - it's about a woman making her own life away from the pack, rather than supernatural curses and ancient rivalries etc. I can't wait to read the Prince.


    2. I tried to get into this book but just found it overly generic and nothing special. It had choppy sentences, dull characters and various spelling and grammatical errors throughout. The imagery was next to null and although I think that the author has serious potential, I wouldn't recommend this one.


    3. “We have to find the normals out there. Like us.” Sabrina was the member of an extensive and strange family. Despite the size of the family, its members weren’t very close. As a matter of fact they were spread all over the spectrum. Sabrina and her family were all werewolves. Located in the heartland of the North American superstition and paranormal history, Massachusetts and her pack lived a communal existence in the Boston/Salem area. She wasn’t like the others and took no pleasure in [...]


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