Review: The Worse for Were, by Abigail Owen 1

5 out of 5 Stars

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Review:

Yet another fabulous book by this author! I really liked hearing this story as it kind of run parallel to her other book Her Demigod Complex and was great to hear what was going on in this relationship!!  It was written so well you can tell Abigail really likes all of her characters and it shows in the writing!!  To Alpha’s getting married what could go wrong!!  You must read this book! Can wait to see what comes next.

Reviewed by Brave One

Our Blog was given this book in exchange for an honest review.

Description:

The Canis and Banes packs of werewolves have been feuding for centuries. The Hatfields and McCoys were a tea party in comparison. Until Marrok Banes, the Alpha of his pack, decides to end the fighting with a marriage of convenience. Never mind that he can’t keep his hands off his gorgeous new mate.

Tala Canis is the new Alpha of the Canis clan, the first female to claim that right, a position hard fought and won. For the sake of her people she agrees to wed Marrok. Never mind that the Alpha, once her enemy, makes her body flash heat with a single look.

But after the mating ceremony, Marrok only seems interested in one thing…taking over their combined pack while leaving Tala out of the loop. If her Alpha mate can’t learn to share, then it’s time to show him exactly why she’s an Alpha herself.

About the Author:

Abigail Owen

Award-winning author, Abigail Owen was born in Greeley, Colorado and raised in Austin, Texas. After a ten year stint in Northern California, she now resides in Austin with her husband and two adorable children who are the center of her universe.

Abigail grew up consuming books and exploring the world through her writing. A fourth generation graduate of Texas A&M University, she attempted to find a practical career related to her favorite occupation by obtaining a degree in English Rhetoric (Technical Writing). However, she swiftly discovered that writing without imagination is not nearly as fun as writing with it.

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