Claimed by the Alphas: Complete Edition

  • by Viola Rivard
  • Narrated by Quinn Bernard
  • 10 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A curvy young woman sets out into the wilderness to become the mate of an alpha werewolf. Trouble is, her new pack has two alphas. Both males are very different, but they have one thing in common: they're each determined to sire her children!


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Amazing Story told with amazing voice

What made the experience of listening to Claimed by the Alphas: Complete Edition the most enjoyable?

I loved the entire book from beginning to end, i loved way he changed his voice inflection with each characters voice verse written parts was easy to listen to and very pleasurable i will listen to again later down line.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Caim is my favorite character you would think it be main lady but He is the quiet gruff guy who comes off as prickly and rough but under it all he is really loving guy just not big hug-able bear type

Which scene was your favorite?

There alot of scene i like but when Dawn eat the butterfly well, ya love that. I love the ah love scenes wont go into detail there nope. I also love fact she brought hair dryer and other electronics to the den.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I did want to Listen to it in one setting but it long track and i couldn't i had break it up into 3 days

Any additional comments?

I love this author period she has other written works that worthy of reading, and i will be glad to listen to anything she has produced in future, i will also look for other book the mans has voiced over.

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- Happybunnytsu

Nothing special

I got this book based on a glowing review of someone I usually agree with, sadly this time we disagree. While it wasn't a bad book nothing really happened. It can be summed up by saying one girl, two alphas that agree to share the one girl for the good of the pack...but even the hot scenes weren't too hot...and the girls job is to make babies and not complain that she has to live in a cave.

The narrator was male, therefor all the females sounded like males, and the one male sounded like a robot, which may or may not have been character based...either way it didn't work for me.

I would pass on this book, maybe get it when it is $4.95 some time, but not worth a buy or a credit.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-15-2014
  • Publisher: Viola Rivard