Second Alpha (River Wolf Pack #2) by Rebecca James

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I had seriously high hopes for this book because at the end of First Omega (River Wolf Pack #1) I couldn’t think about anything but my anticipation for a book about David and Jax. I was not disappointed.

David was like that bratty, grumpy character that you couldn’t help but love because you knew deep down that he was actually a little fluff ball of love and comfort. Of course he hated Jax at first, being human and all, but it’s no surprise that any two men in this series that get close together are gonna hook up sooner or later… usually sooner though.

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Jax is the character that you’ve heard a lot about and already had an impression of before the book started but weren’t really sure about. He was also a lot more patient and understanding (but definitely not soft) than I expected him to be. I wasn’t too sure how these two were going to get on as a couple, and honestly I expected a lot more turbulence than there was (but I guess I can’t really complain – this is kinda a shifter insta-love series).

But I was not disappointed! With the ending of Book One I knew I wanted more David and Jax and with Book Two I got more David and Jax.

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And shit, did Jax have a dominance streak in there. Poor little David didn’t know what hit him (or how bad he really wanted it – until he already had it, anyway).

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The conflict in this book wasn’t as pronounced as it was in the first, so it felt like more of a side story than part of the same plot, but these two have definitely become my favorite couple of the series! (Now we just need to figure out what’s going down with Brooks because that boy deserves some love).

I know it wasn’t, but this book seemed a lot shorter than the first (maybe just because I liked this one a lot?). To anyone who enjoyed First Omega, I’d recommend this book without hesitation. I think it was definitely a more engaging read than the first and the characters were without a doubt more complex and developed. Definitely looking forward to reading the third book in the series!!!

Disclaimer: This book was provided by the author via IndiGo Marketing & Design in exchange for an honest review.

 

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