Tuesday, April 24, 2018

A Mate for the Alphas by L.C. Davis

Series: Great Plains Shifters, 3
Author:  L.C. Davis
Publisher:  L.C. Davis
Genre: MM, paranormal
Pages: 188
Reviewer: Redz



Publisher’s Blurb
A lawless pack ruled by two mated Alphas, an omega who lives by the book, and a bond that will either bond them forever or break them for good.

Alphas aren’t supposed to fall in love with Alphas, let alone mark them, but Jason and Kade have always done things their way. Their pack, their rules, their life.

One omega stands to change everything.

When a Tribunal agent who’s never heard of a day off comes sniffing around looking for a pregnant teenager who claimed sanctuary in Silver Rapids, the omega immediately lands on Jason’s bad side. Jason knows Betty is being framed for the murder of her baby’s father, but Clyde’s insistence on following the letter of the law puts their pack sovereignty at risk.
Jason wants him gone. The only problem? He’s Kade’s destined mate.

As the murder investigation unravels, revealing high-level corruption in the Federation Jason turned his back on years ago, the Alphas and Clyde are forced to cooperate. When Clyde offers them the chance to start the family they’ve always wanted, it seems too good to be true… Until Jason realizes that it’s going to take more than just a surrogacy agreement to make their family complete.

Warnings: This book contains mature M/M content, suitable for adult audiences only.






Review
A Mate for the Alphas is the third book in the Great Plains Shifters series by author L.C. Davis.  Lawless pack is run by two Alphas they are mated.  They need a certain Omega.
Jason and Kade are rule breakers.  Their pack, their rules, their life. That is what they live by.
Clyde is an Omega he is a mediator. He is a rule follower. He is a neutral party sent by the tribunal to assess the situation with Jason and Kade, and those they have in their pack.
He is allowed to use his own judgments in trials and disputes. He takes his duty seriously.
His job has cost him a lot and he has accepted he might never have a mate.
Kade took the surname of his mate. Good Natured.
Jason is away when Kade meets Clyde. So, finding out Clyde is their mate too is a shock to Jason.
His protective genes were telling him to protect his pack from Clyde but when he sees him he knows who he is and what he means to him and Kade.
Overall this is a good read. I really liked the three of them together. They each have something the other needs. They made a great team. And together they are stronger than separate.
This is a middle book and feels like it is. I would suggest reading this series in order.
I cannot wait to read more in this interesting series.

                                        Five Shooting Stars 





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