Nasty Alpha by Sam Crescent

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No Wolves Road, 1

No Wolves Road is a human town constantly visited by different pack wolves. There is one rule—no conflict in town. For Eloise Richards, she refuses to become another notch on any wolf's bedpost. She noticed how the wolves, men and women, come and use them. None of them want a human mate.

Beau only intended to help the young woman who didn’t like to be flirted with. Now he can’t get her out of his mind, and she seems to be everywhere he turns.

She has no intention of falling for the wolf with the reputation for being a nasty alpha, but one kiss, and all bets are off.

Beau knows he’s messed up when he discovers she's a virgin. What was meant to be a quick fling, soon turns into much more.

Eloise doesn’t expect him to take the news of her pregnancy well, but when he accuses her of being with someone else, that hurts more than anything. She will never forgive him.

He messed up and this time, it might just cost him his woman and child. Beau knows he’s got to do something to make it right. But what can he do. Eloise won’t talk to him. She doesn’t want anything to do with him. How can he fix this?

Be Warned: anal sex



Another full moon was coming soon and Beau knew he should stick to his ranch and not go anywhere near No Wolves Road. Nor should he follow the lemony scent he’d become so addicted to. But he just couldn’t help himself. It was like he was drawn to her scent.

His wolf certainly didn’t have a problem following her. It had been a couple of weeks since he’d taken that kiss. Every Monday, he’d been sure to be as far away from the kitchen as possible. He expected Rose to tell him that something happened and Eloise was no longer cooking for them. Food kept appearing and the meals were delicious.

In a strange way, Eloise had helped his pack as there was now no arguing around the dinner table about how much the food sucked. There was no competition between his men and women about who had the best food. This he did prefer.

That still didn’t give him the right to be at her house, in her backyard, and watching Eloise as she stood staring up at the night.

His wolf was long exhausted and for Beau, he was able to transform.

“You shouldn’t be here,” Eloise said.

He was in the shadows but her gaze was right on him.

“And you shouldn’t be out in the yard.”

“It’s a quiet night,” she said. “The stars are beautiful, and it’s getting cold. It won’t be long now before the first snowfall.”

She looked even more beautiful than he remembered. The smile on her lips was a temptation he just couldn’t deny himself.

He stepped out of the shadows and seeing as it was a full moon, he didn’t have a single item of clothing on.

“You’re naked,” she said.

“It’s the full moon.”

“And you’re not going to cover yourself up?”

“No.” He, like all other wolves, didn’t have a problem with nakedness. They were not like humans, who needed to stay modest.

Closing the distance between them, he stood in front of her, and Eloise tilted her head back, looking at him.

Neither of them spoke for several minutes. Words failed him.

Her blonde hair fell around her in waves and curls. At the same time, her eyes seemed to shine brighter, almost a deeper blue than he’d ever seen. She wore a sleeveless t-shirt top and shorts, but she had a wrap around her body.

“Your mom will be worried about you,” he said, looking toward the house.

“My mom and sister are not there. I’m alone.”

“You shouldn’t have said that.” He just couldn’t resist and reaching for her, he gripped the back of her neck, not too tightly, but just enough to draw her closer to him, and then he pressed his lips to hers. It was what he’d been missing these past few weeks. The feel of her lips on his.

He expected Eloise to push him away, to not want his kisses, but she accepted them, moaning his name, and as she did, he knew he couldn’t say no. Not to her kisses, not to this woman. He needed her, more than he needed to breathe.

Letting go of her neck, he ran his hands down her body, gripping her ass, and then, without any struggle at all, he lifted her up.

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Great start to a new series
Written by MrsKissmas on 14th Jul 2024

No Wolves Road - Book 1- Nasty Alpha - By Sam Crescent This is the first in a brand new series by the fantastically fabulous Sam Crescent and I loved it. Eloise Richards is part of her family business working with her mother Wendy and her sister Dorothy. They live and work in a small hidden town called No Wolves Road. Eloise knows that all around her town the various wolf packs come to their town to have fun with the locals but never stay and mate with the humans there. Eloise wants more than that she wants someone who wants her always and won't drop her when he is bored of her or someone else comes along, that is why she doesn't fall for every pick up line thrown her way. However, she was unprepared for the effect Beau Alpha would have on her. He owns his own ranch and works hard and is known to most as the nasty alpha, too bull headed to be in another's pack he keeps to himself and tends to have the half a dozen workers on his ranch who are all Wolves as his pack, he is content until he meets Eloise. They both have instant chemistry and because of her feelings for Beau, Elois forgets her rules and they embark on a secret affair but Beau makes huge mistake after mistake not able to see what is right in front of him and has to try to fix the mess he has made of both their lives if Eloise will let him. It's a well written story with great characters. I loved Wendy and Dorothy, they are females that will not put up with any rubbish. Also Rose was so sweet with Eloise and feisty with Beau I think her story is going to be super intriguing as there is more to her than we know. Overall I really enjoyed this super steamy shifter romance and look forward to reading more of them in future. I have high hopes for the direction and characters that this series could potentially bring us. Please note that I was given an arc of this book for my honest review which is exactly what I have given. 5 out of 5 stars.