Rogue Alpha: Jacky Leon, Book 7 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The world knows me as Jacqueline, daughter of Hasan, the werecat that fell in love with a werewolf. I prefer Jacky Leon, and I knew what I was getting into when I allowed myself to fall in love with Heath Everson.
We’re standing against centuries of animosity between the two species, and it’s a dangerous place to be. I’m checking the shadows, and securing my territory, making sure no one can sneak up on us. Heath is keeping his eyes on more obvious problems, though, like the powder keg in Dallas.
The Dallas werewolf pack was once Heath’s pack. They relied on him, trusted him, and even loved him. No one can forget how his time as their Alpha had ended. Add in the troubles they’ve had since he’s left, and I know what Heath expects. It would be foolish to ignore the obvious threat brewing in the city.
Something bad is going to happen.
And the problems we face are much more nefarious than we could have bargained for.
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 22 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||February 28, 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #10,941 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#269 in Paranormal Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#1,996 in Werewolf & Shifter Romance
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I love this book more than usual because as a mood reader, I rarely get back to series I have to wait for. Usually I lose interest or whatever spark kept me going in the first place. And yet with Jacky, I had no such issue.
The characters are like the feeling of coming home when you see them on paper. I loved what they set as a foundation and now I can only be excited to see it grow. I was nervous about dumb drama but so far it’s been good. Not too good, as it would wash away the harsh realities, but I love that Jacky and Her Wolf can be strong enough to keep their loved ones safe.
I had a lot of waterworks going on with the family drama and the incidents and WOW was that a full one-eighty. It felt so final I thought this was the last book and hopefully this doesn’t end for a long while.
stories. You can’t go wrong reading this series… and it’s better than the other tribunal stories. If you like this try Conjuring a Coroner and Lizzie Grace, both series by different authors and about different Urban fantasies but with similar engaging characters and stories. This book, and series, is recommended. I rarely give 5 stars so there is that.
Top reviews from other countries
Jacky Leon is now werecat liaison for North America and sharing her territory with former Alpha of the Dallas pack Heath Everson together with his werewolf son Landon, his human daughter Carey, and her barmen Dirk and Oliver. Her werecat family are furious that she has chosen to date/love a werewolf and are hounding her (with love) to drop the relationship, suggesting that maybe she wasn't thinking straight after her fiance died and has latched onto the first available male. Added to which, the close bond between Jacky and Carey has begun to weaken as Carey distances herself, an issue compounded when Jacky discovers that Oliver is arranging Carey's birthday party - and no-one asked her for help, the only woman in their circle!
In the middle of Carey's birthday party, a large pack of werewolves attacks Heath's home, they knew it would be coming one way or another but when Heath interrogates the sole survivor it seems the truth is more shocking than they could have imagined.
What I like about these books is that they are action-packed and plot-driven, but no-one is infallible and there is a progression in the underlying relationship between Jacky and Heath. In addition, the secondary characters have their own storylines which also develop.
Overall, a great escapist read, fast and furious, acknowledging the way in which Jacky has developed as a leader.
Truthfully, even though it's their story, picking out any characters for praise is a lesson in correcting yourself; they're all so interesting, so intriguing, and, sometimes, so confounding.
I've laughed, cried, cringed, and gasped at and with this band of misfits and if you haven't done so yet, you're missing out.
This time, the Dallas pack is having problems. Heath can't let it go because it was his pack once upon a time. Jacky understands and aids him, but when the pack sends members to kill Heath and Landon, all bets are off. Jacky will decimate the pack, but on her revenge mission, she finds out that a third party is involved—witches.
I can't wait already for the next book to come out in July 2022.