Review: Alpha Bully (The Alpha Shifter Collection #5) by Sam Crescent

Posted December 4, 2016 in reviews / 0 Comments

Review:  Alpha Bully (The Alpha Shifter Collection #5) by Sam CrescentAlpha Bully (The Alpha Shifter Collection #5) by Sam Crescent
Published by Evernight Publishing on January 19, 2015
Pages: 126
Format: eBook, Paperback

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What would you do if the boy who bullied you for a long time suddenly showed an interest?

Marshall Briggs is an alpha wolf—and a bully. He’s tormented Scarlett for as long as he can remember. When he turns eighteen all of his senses are awakened. It’s his final year of high school, and he can’t wait for it to be over.

Then he scents his mate, and Marshall is shocked. The girl he’s bullied is in fact his mate. Everything has changed. Now he must show to Scarlett he’s a changed man, one who will do everything to keep her close.

Marshall Briggs is suddenly being kind to her, and Scarlett is more confused than happy. How can she trust him? Is it another joke he’s playing on her?

Marshall definitely has a fight on his hands to get from bully to boyfriend.

Alpha Bully by Sam Crescent was a great read and I really love the story idea of a bully (who is also an alpha wolf) who finds out after he shifts that his mate is none other than the girl he’s bullied for years.

Marshall and Scarlett are so cute together, and I enjoyed seeing Marshall realize the error of his ways and how he actually hurt Scarlett. He spends the story trying to show Scarlett he’s changed and that he’s the guy for her. Scarlett at the same time is trying to figure out if Marshall is being truthful and falling for him at the same time.

My favorite part is near the end… it is so sweet and cute. I can’t say more because I think you have to read it for yourself. My only qualm about this book was that it was so short. I wish there was more!

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