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The Alpha Heist: a Shifter Paranormal Romance - Stealing the Alpha #1 - cover

The Alpha Heist: a Shifter Paranormal Romance - Stealing the Alpha #1

Kate Rudolph

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Summary

Stealing one gem? How hard could it be? 
From the moment Mel takes the assignment, she knows that it should be impossible. But for the supernatural world's foremost thief, impossible is an irresistible challenge. Especially when the payment for this job will get her one step closer to the one thing she desperately needs. When the jobs goes belly up, she finds herself in the lion's den and facing off with the sexiest man she's ever met. 
The alpha keeps what's his... 
No one steals from Luke Torres. His fortress is legend and his pack of lions are deadly, ready to face any threat. When Luke meets Mel, she knocks his socks off with a scorching kiss, but when they meet again, they are captor and captive in a deadly gave of cat vs. cat.  
 
One alpha, one thief, and an adventure of a lifetime. 
The Alpha Heist is number one of a three part series called Stealing the Alpha. Book two, Entangled with the Thief, and book three, In the Alpha's Bed, are available now. 
This book was previously called the Scarlet Emerald. This series is complete.

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