The nightmares are beginning to thicken in terror and intricacy…
Returning from their vacation to Paris, all that Liam Conway and Skylar Moore were expecting to learn was how to juggle their newly found responsibilities of leading the wolf pack and managing his vast and powerful business empire. But when he and Skylar return home, they find that their mansion had been burnt to the ground. It was a mistake to think that returning home to Boulder Junction would be anything but tumultuous.
Was it the hunters? A betrayal from within the wolf pack? Or something much worse?
Unfortunately, that is the least of Liam and Skylar’s problems. Farah, their housekeeper has gone missing, and strange and haunting nightmares are beginning to terrorize Skylar’s sleep.
Is someone or something trying to send Skylar a warning?
Don’t miss out on The Alpha’s Demand, the second of the Werewolves of Boulder Junction Series by Martha Woods. If you like strong female protagonists, billionaire alpha males and deadly consequences than this werewolf shifter paranormal romance will have you turning the pages all night long.
Werewolf Shifter Romance Book Review:
Here is the follow-up book for The Alpha’s Return
When I was half-way through book one, I decided I would buy this novel as the characters captured my attention and the story had been full of suspense and enough action, twists, and turns to hold my undivided attention. I wished to see what happened next. Until the end of the book I was very happy I did. Regrettably, it appears Ms. Woods composed a new possible storyline in the last paragraph and just as fast, wrote a new sentence and ended it. It left me quite perplexed and disappointed. I couldn’t determine if she intended to possibly write another book or she just decided to quit writing any more of this story. It certainly needed at least one more chapter to tie up all of the loose ends. The reader is left dangling without any idea at all of what happened to some of the characters or outcomes of events that were set up before she ended it. There are grammatical errors in both books that had me cease to re-read the word to affirm the word was incorrect in that circumstance and needed to be corrected. It is well worth the read.