Protected by the Alpha by Renee George

Protected by the Alpha: a BBW Werewolf Shifter Romance (The Cull Book 2) by Renee GeorgeEve Taylor has finally broken from the life that had her scared, vulnerable, and at the mercy of a dangerous stalker. With the help of policeman and werewolf, Tom Ellis, Eve is a part of the cull, a human chosen to bolster the ranks of the lycan tribe.

When she and Braden Jackson first meet, their attraction is off the charts and their animal selves know exactly what they want, but Eve is still new to the tribe and is not ready to give up the new feelings of freedom. Besides, her sponsor Tom may have dark designs on Eve and will not stand for another competing for Eve’s affections. Despite her desire for independence, Eve may not be able to stay away from Braden and that could put them both in mortal danger.

Renee George once again offers up a steamy short that starts with a bang and ends with a very satisfying punch. In addition to the explicit scenes George writes so well, there is a decent amount of action and some fun characters. Eve and Braden are an interesting couple and I simply loved the dynamics between them and other members of the tribe. I would like to see more interaction with characters we have already been introduced to and some expansion of the overall world, but even so Protected by the Alpha stands on its own.

If you enjoy shifter stories with a very adult twist, The Cull series makes for a quick and easy read. In fact , the only real complaint I have is that I would have liked Protected by the Alpha to be a little bit longer.

Book Stats:

  • File Size: 543 KB
  • Print Length: 46 pages
  • Publisher: RTN Pub (May 17, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KESNMI0

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Books in the Cull series in the order they should be read:
Claimed
Protected by the Alpha

Eve Taylor has finally broken from the life that had her scared, vulnerable, and at the mercy of a dangerous stalker. With the help of policeman and werewolf, Tom Ellis, Eve is a part of the cull, a human chosen to bolster the ranks of the lycan tribe. When she and Braden Jackson first meet, …

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Summary : Renee George once again offers up a steamy short that starts with a bang and ends with a very satisfying punch. In addition to the explicit scenes George writes so well, there is a decent amount of action and some fun characters. Eve and Braden are an interesting couple and I simply loved the dynamics between them and other members of the tribe. I would like to see more interaction with characters we have already been introduced to and some expansion of the overall world, but even so Protected by the Alpha stands on its own.

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Kristin is loving wife and doggie mom with a serious book addiction. When she is not in the kitchen whipping up a tasty confection (or cocktail) she can usually be found on the couch with her nose in a book. And she really did not hear what her husband just said to her, never mind that she responded… he should know better, she was reading. Her favorite books to read feature vampires, fae, & Gods of any pantheon (oh my!) but she has been known to pick up some pretty heavy philosophical tomes, funny memoirs, and scientific gobblygook. She also has a soft spot in her heart for good high fantasy. She fell in love with Anne Rice at far to young of an age and still has not found her way to NOLA! Kristin also spends time as a foster mom for a herding breed dog rescue in Illinois, indulging her husbands’ “silly” hobby of import/vintage video gaming, and spending as much time as she can with various members of her ridiculously large family. Somehow she manages to work full time in insurance sales but would much rather be having a kitchen dance party.

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  1. Thanks for the lovely review! I plan to show a bit of Conor and Anna, and Eve and Braden in book three. (My sister harangued me for the very same reason, LOL).

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