Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Review of The Alpha's Daughter


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we meet Jazz and Doc. When this book starts out Jazz thinks that she is all that and that no one would ever touch her because she is the alpha's daughter. Little does Jazz know that her father has plans for her, plans she has no desire to be a part of. Jazz has no desire to be the mate of any alpha and that is what her father is planning on selling her off to be. Jazz meets a man named Eugene Begley who lets her know all of this as well as give her the perfect way to escape. Jazz runs to the last place that she thinks her father or anyone else would be looking for her. She knows she is suppose to find Doc Goodman better know as Doc. After Jazz looses everything that night she has no choice but to stay with Doc. The problem is neither of them are sure they want her there. 

Doc is use to his simple life he is not looking to add anyone to it. So when Jazz ends up not only in his life but in his home as well he feels his whole world turn on it's head. Oh ya did I mention everyone including Doc thought Jazz would be a guy. So when he is a she Doc doesn't know what to do but with her wallet stolen and no money to her name as well as her bike gone. She can't exactly get up and go and though he rescued her he hauled her off before she could secure anything so he feels a little responsible. Doc is on a mission though and is afraid that one little woman could throw him off his game and this research is about more than just taking notes it is about the survival of this small community.

This is an amazing book about getting lost but finding your way and your real purpose along the way. When I first got this book I had no clue about it. Another author was asking people to review it for her friend. When I started this book I was unable to put it down. This book hooked me from the first word to the very end. This book has many twists and turns as you learn about not only Doc and Jazz but the people of this small community as well. It seems everyone has a secret in one form or another, and you will enjoy finding out each and everyone of them. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

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