Sunday, December 15, 2013

An Alpha's Path by Carrie Ann Ryan - Review


Melanie is a twenty-five year old chemist who has spent all of her adult life slaving at school. With her PhD in hand, she's to start her dream job, but before she does, her friend persuades her to relax and try to live again. A blind date set up through her friends seems like the perfect solution. Melanie can take one night away from the lab and let her inner vixen out on a fixed blind date - a chance to get crazy with a perfect stranger. The gorgeous hunk she's to meet exceeds her wildest dreams – but he is more than what he appears and Melanie's analytical mind goes into overdrive.

Kade, a slightly older werewolf (at over one hundred years), needs a night way from the Pack. Too many responsibilities and one near miss with a potential mate made Kade hide in his work, the only peace he can find. His brother convinces him to meet the sexy woman for a one night of fun. What could it hurt? But when he finds this woman could be his mate, can he convince her to leave her orderly, sane world and be with him and his wolf-half, for life?

My Review:

A blind date, a fated mate and a new take on the shifter romance, An Alpha’s Path has it all. Melanie has no time to date, but she gives in for a blind date that changes her life for the better. She goes from a very dedicated hard working chemist with no life to a woman destined to be Kade’s one and only wife and to rule by his side one day.

Kade is strong Alpha material, he’s everything I look for in a romance hero. He’s capable of love, compromise and worshipping his lady and he even makes a few mistakes along the way that only highlights that he’s a very real and likeable character.

I really enjoyed the world created for the Redwood Pack by Ms. Ryan. It’s a well developed rich world that I look forward to spending more time in. She provides all the elements to make it possible to imagine visiting the Redwood Pack and spending some time there. I highly recommend this story, it’s a very entertaining read that I will read over and over again.

5 Books

I purchased my own copy. I was not compensated for my review. 

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