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Cursed, mated, and in for the fight of their lives....

Warlock Nate Hawthorne just wants a cup of coffee. Is that too much to ask? Apparently. Because instead of precious caffeine, all he gets is cursed by a pack of werewolves who want to use him for his magic. Now the only way to fix the damage is a mate bond to a grumpy and oh-so-sexy alpha in the rival pack, who happens to hate him. This is so not how he wanted to start his day.

Ian Armitage never intended to take Nate as his mate. The Hawthorne family can't be trusted. Ian knows that better than anyone. The fact that he's lusted after the way-too-gorgeous man for years? Totally irrelevant. Ian's just doing what is necessary to protect his pack. This whole mating arrangement has nothing to do with love and never will. That's his story and he's sticking to it.

Nate and Ian will have to work together if they have any hope of staving off the pack's enemies and averting disaster. That's assuming they can stop arguing (and keep their hands off each other) long enough to save the day....

Contains mature themes.

©2020 Eliot Grayson (P)2020 Tantor

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  • (Mimi) Johnson
  • 23-10-2020

Good Listen

This was a nice paranormal listen. I enjoyed the narrator and the author did a good job. I love the snark but sometimes it was a bit much in this particular case. I say this because the story is just from one character's POV. We have to garner how the other character feels by his actions and responses. Other than that, I loved the story line. A little bit of gore, action and smexy. Great narration. Worth a credit.

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  • Voska
  • 20-10-2020

Omg, I love it

The story is wonderful, the characters are wonderful, the emotion is wonderful, and the narrator is wonderful! I’ve been in such a book slump lately and nothing has been able to hold my attention until I started listening to this! It hooked my attention right away, and it didn’t let go.

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  • Sonnyboy
  • 24-12-2020

werewolf and Warlocks Oh,my!

Once again we have a story of fated mates coming together after much trial. and tribulation . Although this is an oft repeated theme in The Alphas Warlock it works, I loved the main characters, the humor kept me laughing and Chambers narration is spot on.

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  • Jack Attack
  • 03-01-2021

Wowsa

Another five-star banger! Holy s***, two in a row already as we move through 2021. Look, aside from a majorish plot hole (that may get solved in the next book?? idk), this book was soooooo f-ing good. I loved Nate and Ian. AH!!! As usual a misunderstanding that could've been solved as children, really, got these buttholes into their current predicament-and what a predicament it is. These two were sort-of-friends at one point as kids, but then everything turned to s*** and they grew into messy adults. </3 I'm a sucker for the enemies-to-lovers trope, which is kinda weird, because it's never been something I cared for in the past. Or at least, nothing that I actively sought. But now? I'm into it, I guess. And these two knuckleheads did not disappoint. Nate is a warlock, or rather, would've been one had his jerk of a father allowed him to fully embrace his powers instead of siphoning them for himself. I'm not sure, but I think Nate is sexually assaulted at the beginning of the book. The author doesn't elaborate on the "failed bonding," but that's what it sounded like to me. So CW if that's something you need to know. He has a lot of self-esteem issues due to his past trauma, and watching him work through them is difficult at times. Ian is an alpha werewolf. If you've ever read a book with an alpha werewolf you know what you're getting. But something happens at like the 80% mark of the book that changes everything, and Ian stops being such a huge prick to Nate. The misunderstanding I mentioned? Yeah, that gets brought up and both of these dudes are like WAIT YOU THOUGHT WHAT? THAT I WHAT? This book deserves a listen and a re-listen because what comes off as Ian being a complete f-ing jerk will probably sting a little less now knowing why he does and says the things he does (and Nate really shouldn't have called Ian stupid all of those times or taunted him for being a big dumb werewolf, bc totes unfair). Bah. I loved this book. It's short enough to read/listen to on the couch in a day, and it keeps you on your toes literally the whole time. I know because I was up until 3AM listening to the darn thing, then got up and finished the book after I made coffee. I can't wait to listen to the next one. So many books, so little time!

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  • Loyia T. Lopez
  • 23-11-2020

Enjoyable.

I'm new to this author and narrator, and while searching for other MM/Shifter stories, I came upon this book. I found it enjoyable enough that I will checkout other books by Eliot Grayson. The only little issue I had with this story was, the lack and hesitation of the two main characters communication with each other. Also, I feel their should have been more to their story. A little to short. Chris Chambers really did a awesome job with his narration of these characters. He brought them to life. I recommend this book.

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  • MagicalAM
  • 15-10-2020

Great paranormal story

Fun story with great snark between the characters. Not cheesy like a lot of shifter stories. Only complaint is that it was too short! Made for a fast moving story that doesn’t get boring, but there could have been more character/relationship building.

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  • Georgina Rutherford
  • 23-01-2021

Magic and wolves. Perfectly joined

I really enjoyed this book from the very beginning.. The characters were relatable, and plenty of sass and humour, together with action.. Twists and turns leave you guessing what is going to happen next. I just hope there is lots more to come. Pub intended.

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