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Twisted (The Hidden Alpha, Book 1) - $0.99 for 24 Hours Only!

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Synopsis:

A Fox-Shifter Romance -- Book One of Three


This is Amelia’s story and it is a sequel to “Sold to the Alpha: A BBW Wolf-Shifter Romance”. Even if the trilogy can be read as a standalone, it is highly recommended that you start with “Sold to the Alpha” to get familiar with the universe and better understand the characters and their backgrounds. Find the book here.

Sexy, sassy and intelligent, Amelia is one of the few shifter-brides who have nothing against the peace treaty that was signed a century ago between humans and shape-shifters. She was in an orphanage when the headmistress of the Alma Venus Boarding School decided to take her in and prepare her to become the bride of a fox-shifter. The year she turned 18, Amelia became eligible to be sold to the highest bidder, and there was nothing she wanted more. Unfortunately, no shape-shifter seems to be interested in her…

Seth of Clan Sylfur is in search of a bride for his future Alpha. Roman Sylfur, the Alpha of the most powerful fox clan in the world, is dying and his son will soon take his place. The second he sees Amelia, Seth knows she is the perfect woman… for him, not for his Alpha. However, his duty is to serve. He will make sure she never finds out how much he wants her.

Amelia is torn between her feelings for the hot, hunky Seth and her responsibility as a shifter-bride. But how could she stay away from the Beta fox when her mysterious husband won’t even bother to see her and welcome her to her new home? How could she possibly be faithful to a stranger?

This is the first book in “The Hidden Alpha” trilogy. It is NOT a standalone. It contains explicit language and sizzling hot scenes that might set your Kindle on fire. Intended for readers 18+.

Approximate word count: 27,800 words

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