Title: Feral (The Wrong Alpha #2)
Author: Alessandra Hazard
Heat: 3 Flames
Rating: 3 Hearts
Synopsis via Goodreads:
Sometimes kissing the Beast doesn’t turn it into a Prince Charming—instead, he’s a charming prince you want to punch…
Jules is an ordinary nineteen-year-old omega from a perfectly respectable family. He’s not the most beautiful, or the smartest, or the strongest of the four Blake siblings. And he’s fine with it, really. He isn’t ugly or anything, but by omega standards, he’s nothing special. “Nothing special” describes Jules’s whole life. It’s utterly boring.
So when strange things start happening in their house, it piques Jules’s curiosity. There’s a beast in the Blake family mansion; Jules is sure of it. He sometimes hears growls and screams coming from the basement, and the men guarding the door look positively terrified.
What could terrify grown alphas? Jules will have to investigate!
But his investigation comes with surprises…like the Beast’s overwhelming effect on Jules’s omega nature. It doesn’t mean anything. Of course it doesn’t. Jules is just curious; that’s all.
Curiosity can change a life, but when you’re attracted to a feral alpha whose real face you haven’t even seen…will it change for the better? What if the Beast is no Prince Charming but a cold-hearted, cynical bastard? A bastard Jules shouldn’t want—but does. A bastard Jules should stay away from—but can’t.
Review: Is it possible to both like and dislike a book at the same time? On one hand, I liked it, but I was expecting more from it. More feral, more darkness? I’m not sure.
I don’t feel that I can give this one an adequate review. It frustrated me to no end. I kept waiting for things I expected and they never happened. So, perhaps that’s on me. I don’t know.
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I was also disappointed that we had to wait all the way to the damn epilogue to see them realize that it was each other from the beginning. Not like it was a secret, we could see that a mile away. But, I think that bothers me more that it took so long. Idk why, but I expected something different I think. I thought that there would be more time spent with the two of them while Devlin was still feral. But at the same time, I’m glad that Jules got what he deserved in the end. He got to see that he was special and that he was worthy of someone’s time and love. We see them fall in love over the book instead of the rushed mating that it started with.
So you see, I’m quite torn in how I feel about this book. It was well written and I liked it, but I felt cheated too. *shrugs*
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