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Deadly Mates - Deadly Trilogy #2 - cover

Deadly Mates - Deadly Trilogy #2

Ashley Stoyanoff

Publisher: Ashley Stoyanoff Books

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Summary

Jade never thought she'd embrace being a werewolf, but after having accepted her new role as alpha female of Dog Mountain's pack, she finds herself doing just that. She's training with the enforcers and learning to use the alpha within her to her advantage. And for the most part, Jade is content, well at least with her training she is. 
But Dog Mountain is a small town with big problems. The new alpha pair is divided, splitting the already unstable pack with them, and to make matters worse, Jade's father is on his way home. Except Jade's father and his twisted pack of werecourgars aren't the only threat. 
When Aidan brings in a new set of enforcers to weed out the problems within the pack, Jade is forced to delve into the center of the issue. She soon realizes that she is the indirect cause of the uneasiness within the pack, and if Jade doesn't fix it, she'll lose everything, even Aidan.

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