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  • Not the best

    Growing up I read books with this storyline and I thought it was so romantic. Now as an adult it worries me. It's very entertaining and parts of this book are hilarious, but this whole "mine" business, and kidnapping, and women just not being in control is not part of a healthy relationship and are all actually signs of an abusive relationship which should never ever be tolerated in real life. To all you young girls, read for fun but don't believe this whole controlling man thing and you have to go along with it because if you don't things go bad. A true alpha is sure of himself, so he isn't afraid to be in a relationship and of treating his partner as an equal.

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  • When An Alpha Purrs

    Eve Langlais is a Canadian author who keeps wowing us with her books. This is the first of a three part series and it's fantastic! You will laugh, you will cry and you will see yourself in at least one of the characters. The people in her books are all unique but the one constant is that they are comfortable with who they are and are not afraid of letting the world see them as they really are. If you like strong alpha males and females you will love this book and I would encourage you to read other books by this author.

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  • Amusing read!

    This was an amusing light-hearted and humors read. When an Alpha Purrs is book one in A Lion’s Pride series by Eve Langlais. I loved how the story started off. We dive into some very fun banter between our hero and heroine. It’s comical from the first line and just keeps getting better. The verbal teasing/sparing our leads do, adds to the story and sexual tension. We get just the right amount of sexiness to keep things fascinating. Kira is a hairdresser and is running from her past, but as most things go our past always seams to catch up with us. Arik is described beautifuly by the heroine. He’s arrogant, sexiest and pompous, but oh so fun to read about. He soon decides he wants more from this spunky hairdresser. When an Alpha Purrs is an amusing read that’s uncomplicated and makes you giggle. I read it in one sitting and I’m looking forward to continue A Lion’s Pride series, especially after the set up left for the next couple. Rated: 3.5 Stars

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  • entertaining

    Different than the normal paranormal romance books I normally read but a good book. Author has a funny and entertaining way to her story telling that made the book a quick and enjoyable read. The book definitely has the whole alpha male finding his mate and declaring her MINE that is common in PNR and shifter books but what it does lack is the sexual heat I have become acustom to in other writer's books. This does not take away from the story at all however. Found the book very entertaining and will be reading more from this author.

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  • An alphabet of attributes…

    Arrogant/Attractive, Braggart/Bold, Chauvinist/Courageous... Eve Langlais has a way with writing witty tales that leave me grinning and laughing. They are also full of spunky heroines, alpha males, a touch of suspense and downright feel good moments. When an Alpha Purrs sparks the trail of laughter’s tears right from the get go. When hot and arrogant CEO, Arik barges into Kira’s grandfather’s hairdressing salon insinuating that she in all her femaleness isn’t good enough to cut his hair in her grandfather’s absence let’s just say he got her dander up. When he compounded the error of his ways with a bit of sexual harassment he pushed this hairdresser just a bit too far. Snip!… and she ran like the hounds of hell were on her tail. While not exactly right, she certainly had one angry lion ready to pounce and exact his revenge. When Arik decides exacting physical retribution isn’t quite what would give him the most satisfaction and that he would much rather prove just how wrong she is in declaring she isn’t in the least interested in him, things take on a very heated and interesting spin. But after a very hot interlude of dinner and foreplay all pretenses that their evening will end up between the sheets is shoved rudely and abruptly to the side when Kira discovers her stalker ex has followed her across the country and left her very graphic and crude messages written in blood upon her door. Arik realizes there is a major juxtaposition between the in your face stubborn and mischievous female that is so totally in your face with her humor and sarcasm and the one that reeks of fear when faced with the graffiti on her door. Every protective instinct is engaged. No one threatens what is his. And this woman is definitely his, even if she doesn’t know it yet. So while the laughs and sexy times continue as Arik does his best to corral his human lover, the search for the threat to her very existence takes on a decidedly earnest bent. Because things could not possibly be as simple as a deranged human stalker. Discovering her ex is a werewolf interloper in his city has one alpha’s mane in a total dither. Feel very sorry for one mangy deranged wolf… or maybe not because this evil cur has earned whatever is coming to him. Besides a very engaging romance, When an Alpha Purrs gives you a very good introduction to some very entertaining secondary characters. Enough so that I didn’t exactly wait to skip right into the second, third and fourth books in the series immediately after reading each of the previous. In fact, I stayed up and read them all in one sitting. I couldn’t even be bothered to break to write each review. Hence, why the reviews will all be done in short order one after the other. If I have one complaint it is that at this time the author has no plans to continue the series after book four, A Tiger’s Bride. Because darn it they are really that good. *****Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions*****

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