“This book is a nice little quickie! It starts off with Mel’s BFF telling her how much she needs to get laid and trying to talk her into a blind date. Then we move right onto said date. It’s sweet and hot, providing a very satisfying experience for them both, until morning comes. I can’t decide what really fuels the spark in the conflict more, him not telling her he was a werewolf, or the moment he does tell her. One hurts her, and the other scares her, but the result is the same either way…she runs.
Then they’re faced with another problem – that is, another werewolf – claiming Melanie for himself, and from Kade’s own pack even! The ensuing showdown still does nothing to help Mel sort anything out, and everyone winds up miserable. It gets better though when others conspire to give them a good kick in the ass to reconcile the situation.
The character building was lacking a bit, and it started off pretty slow, but it was only slow to start because we’re given a fair helping of sex first, so I suppose I will let that one slide *devilish grin*. The fight over potential mates seemed a little silly and barbaric though, but then I’m not a werewolf with age-old traditions and more baser, primal instincts to contend with.
In the end, while I enjoyed the book, I think it would have been worth adding a little more length to the book to include more character development and world building.
A little on the short side, An Alpha’s Path is still a sweet story about acceptance, respect, and responsibility, and is worth checking out!”