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    Timely and sweet with the violent nature of man to

    This is a wonderful set! The stories are believable even though they are pure fantasy. The issues the shifters run across are things going on in the world today. Each one can be read as a standalone but there is so much more continuity to them if read in order. The stories are sweet and sensual without being gross. Definitely a love story but again so much more! I love this author.
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    One of my favorite shifter series of all time!

    I love the way the author seamlessly melds the action and suspense with the heartwarming love story. Each book stands alone as a love story, but the overall threat that the Alpha Squad is facing unfolds over each of the books, making for a rewarding story arc that brings together all our young couples. Each member of the Squad is as unique as their love stories, but each one is invaluable to the Squad and brings something different to the case. Each of their mates also plays an important role in the investigation. The romances are solid, the characters are strong and likable, the stories are captivating from the start and the resolutions are perfect. This is a set that I'll be rereading often. I voluntarily reviewed ARC copies of each of these books.
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    Nice colleciton of shifter romances

    Alpha Squad: Complete Collection by Lorelie Moon brings together the four novellas that make up this series into one collection. The four novellas – Boot Camp, Friends & Foes, Infiltrator, and Showdown – follow the adventures and romances of members of Alpha Squad. This squad was created in the wake of shifters outing themselves to humanity as a means of helping law enforcement deal with shifter-related problems. There is an overarching plot that flows through all four of the novellas. In Boot Camp, the reader is introduced to Eric and Janine. Janine is the major placed in charge of Alpha Squad and has been given specific instructions by the general of the base. Eric has been asked to join Alpha Squad by the Minister of Shifter Relations. He does because he feels it’s his duty, but once there, he’s not even sure if Alpha Squad is meant to succeed or fail. What’s worse, he recognizes that his new commanding officer is his mate. The follow up, Friends & Foes, takes Alpha Squad to Sevenoaks, where a series of nasty murders is leading to tension between the shifter refugee camp and the locals. Adam, Eric’s brother, while excited to finally have an assignment, is torn between finding the ones responsible for the murders and his mate – who just so happens to be the local law enforcement’s main suspect. In the third book, Infiltrator, Ms Moone introduces the reader to wolf shifters and the internal politics of packs. While Thomas is a part of Alpha Squad, he is only there because his alpha told him to join. His alpha wants to know what is going on and at some point, alpha’s orders are going to clash with his duties on Alpha Squad. Plus, there’s his serious attraction to Jill. Will his loyalty to his pack override the life he’s building in Alpha Squad? Lastly, there is the aptly named Showdown, which concludes the overarching plot. Sean is new to the squad and feels like he’s stuck between two worlds. When the squad is tasked to go undercover to investigate a series of murders, he doesn’t expect his attraction to pretty lab tech, Erin. With danger rising, the only question is whether he can come to grips with who he is. Overall, this is an enjoyable series. The characters are interesting and while the plots are a bit predictable (especially in Boot Camp) that doesn’t take away from the enjoyment. The writing is a little stilted at times and sometimes the plot feels a bit rushed. My only true complaint is that Alpha Squad is made up of a mix of humans and shifters, and well a couple of the novellas include the female humans in the plot, I would have enjoyed seeing a novella that focuses on one of the male humans in the squad. Nonetheless, if you like shifters and the idea of the aftermath of shifters outing themselves to humans, this is a really good place to start. One last note: I could not help but compare the current immigration crisis in Europe with the opening scenes of Boot Camp or the current political rhetoric involving immigration with the arguments against shifters in the populace Ms. Moone describes. While this interpretation may be a little highbrow for a romance series, shifters have long been portrayed as “the other” and Ms. Moone has happened upon a plot that echoes arguments made today about “the other” in our societies. 4 stars for this box set. NB: I was given a copy of this book by the author and chose to review it.

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