Sunday, 5 July 2015

Avoiding Alpha (Alpha Girl) (Alpha Girl #2) by Aileen Erin

Avoiding Alpha (Alpha Girl) (Volume 2)
Blurb (from Goodreads):
Seventeen-year-old Tessa McCaide has come a long way since her abrupt entrance into the world of werewolves, but she still has just as far to go before she’s comfortable with turning full wolf. In the meantime, she’s avoiding the topic of shifting to four legs any way she can. Thankfully her mate, Dastien Laurent, is quite the distraction.

When she finds her best friend, Meredith, getting sick in the bathroom, Tessa knows something’s majorly wrong. Meredith was cursed years ago, and the dark magic kept her wolf dormant—only now the wolf is awake, and that same spell is killing her.

Tessa has no intention of sitting around while Meredith wastes away. Even if it means playing with magic she doesn’t understand, she’ll do anything to save Meredith’s life. Including bargaining with the local coven of witches and its crazed leader, whose only goal is getting Tessa to join the witchy ranks.

Can Tessa save her friend without losing herself?


Avoiding Alpha (Alpha Girl) by Aileen Erin

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Avoiding Alpha (Alpha Girl) (Volume 2) “Meredith is extremely sick. We cannot make it worse for her or she’ll die.”



This was a YA paranormal story featuring werewolves, and I liked it better than the first book in the series.

Tess wasn’t as annoying in this boo, and she actually seemed to care about people other than herself which was nice! She did still have lapses though where she wouldn’t consider how her actions might make someone else feel.

“You stay alive. Give me a chance to fix it.”



The storyline in this was about Meredith being ill, and Tess having to find a way to save her, even if doing so seemed dangerous to all parties.

“The two parts that make up Meredith are at war after three years of being totally fine. So, we put the wolf back to sleep and she should go back to being fine.”



We did get a bit of romance in this, and it seemed to be of the ‘happily-ever-after’ variety.
6.25 out of 10

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