Triad: A Fox-Shifter Romance (The Hidden Alpha Book 2)


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A Fox-Shifter Romance -- Book Two of Three

This is Amelia’s story and it is a sequel to “Sold to the Alpha: A BBW Wolf-Shifter Romance”. Even if the trilogy can be read as a standalone, it is highly recommended that you start with “Sold to the Alpha” to get familiar with the universe and better understand the characters and their backgrounds. Find the book here:

Even though they had a bumpy start, Amelia, Blake, and Seth are starting to get along and work together as a team. The fact that she hasn’t actually cheated on her Alpha husband and has nothing to feel guilty about, helps Amelia come to terms with the odd situation she’s in. Apparently, not only the future of Clan Sylfur is at stake, but also the future of the entire fox-shifter faction. The only way they can make the changes which need to be made is for Blake to become part of the Council, and she can’t accomplish that without Amelia’s help.

Meanwhile, Seth has reopened the investigation on the murder of Amelia’s parents. It doesn’t take long for him to realize he’s not going to like what he finds out, but he knows Amelia, the woman he’d die for, will like it even less. She is his soul mate, but will she still want to be part of the clan after she finds out the truth?

This is the second book in “The Hidden Alpha” trilogy. It is NOT a standalone. It contains explicit language and sizzling hot scenes that might set your Kindle on fire. Intended for readers 18+.

Approximate word count: 23,400 words

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