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Rand never sets out to find trouble. He’s a lone wolf and he likes it that way. Too bad he always seems to attract the kind of jerk who wants to start a fight, even in a tiny Colorado town where he stops to have a beer. What surprises him when he wins this fist fight, though, is what kind of perks come with the victory. Tate knows he looks big and strong and that he ought t Rand never sets out to find trouble. He’s a lone wolf and he likes it that way. Too bad he always seems to attract the kind of jerk who wants to start a fight, even in a tiny Colorado town where he stops to have a beer. What surprises him when he wins this fist fight, though, is what kind of perks come with the victory. Tate knows he looks big and strong and that he ought to be able to overthrow the alpha of his tiny, damaged pack. Too bad he’s really more omega than alpha, or even beta, and all he wants it to be a strong wolf’s bottom boy. When the pack tells him about Rand, Tate thinks he might have found the solution to all of his problems. Now he just has to convince Rand to stay.


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Rand never sets out to find trouble. He’s a lone wolf and he likes it that way. Too bad he always seems to attract the kind of jerk who wants to start a fight, even in a tiny Colorado town where he stops to have a beer. What surprises him when he wins this fist fight, though, is what kind of perks come with the victory. Tate knows he looks big and strong and that he ought t Rand never sets out to find trouble. He’s a lone wolf and he likes it that way. Too bad he always seems to attract the kind of jerk who wants to start a fight, even in a tiny Colorado town where he stops to have a beer. What surprises him when he wins this fist fight, though, is what kind of perks come with the victory. Tate knows he looks big and strong and that he ought to be able to overthrow the alpha of his tiny, damaged pack. Too bad he’s really more omega than alpha, or even beta, and all he wants it to be a strong wolf’s bottom boy. When the pack tells him about Rand, Tate thinks he might have found the solution to all of his problems. Now he just has to convince Rand to stay.

30 review for An Alpha in Sheep's Clothing

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    I fell in love with the blurb and I liked the story, but it wasn't as blurby as I wanted it to be. I liked Tate's character but he kind of lost his personality when Rand came along and they "got together". I think I just needed more between the two of them so I could love their connection a little more and really get down with Tate's slutty bottom side. I fell in love with the blurb and I liked the story, but it wasn't as blurby as I wanted it to be. I liked Tate's character but he kind of lost his personality when Rand came along and they "got together". I think I just needed more between the two of them so I could love their connection a little more and really get down with Tate's slutty bottom side.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Heller

    I really liked this story. Short and sweet with some hot scenes and I could really have seen it as a longer read as well. (Mostly just because I wanted more of everything).

  3. 4 out of 5

    Hc

    Some may think this is stereotypical of me but... Rand is new alpha. His use of 'honey' towards Tate makes him seem effeminate, underscoring the alpha maleness I think should be felt. Tate, continuing to state he is not alpha material.. whispering he's a total bottom boy... I find that slightly offensive. I've read plenty of books where the alpha is the receiver since that's he preference. Bedroom games aside shouldn't necessarily have a bearing on pack status. Plus... for a bottom boy he's awfull Some may think this is stereotypical of me but... Rand is new alpha. His use of 'honey' towards Tate makes him seem effeminate, underscoring the alpha maleness I think should be felt. Tate, continuing to state he is not alpha material.. whispering he's a total bottom boy... I find that slightly offensive. I've read plenty of books where the alpha is the receiver since that's he preference. Bedroom games aside shouldn't necessarily have a bearing on pack status. Plus... for a bottom boy he's awfully mouthy and pushily dominating at times. contains bdsm elements

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tinnean

    Reread because of the Kindle update. I still enjoyed it, but I knocked off a star because it could have used an editor.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Adrian Fridge

    Short story that works great in the length but could have been improved if the relationship resolution wasn't rushed. In a nutshell: Rand passes by a town, punches out a guy at the bar, finds out he's the new Alpha of the pack, and Tate's willing to do anything to keep him around. The sex scenes are nice, and the two guys have a good power dynamic going. Wished I was shown the difference between Tate helping govern the pack and Tate subbing in the bedroom. But it's a decent story overall. I've been Short story that works great in the length but could have been improved if the relationship resolution wasn't rushed. In a nutshell: Rand passes by a town, punches out a guy at the bar, finds out he's the new Alpha of the pack, and Tate's willing to do anything to keep him around. The sex scenes are nice, and the two guys have a good power dynamic going. Wished I was shown the difference between Tate helping govern the pack and Tate subbing in the bedroom. But it's a decent story overall. I've been in a reading slump, so I'm very difficult to please right now.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Serena Yates

    “Accidental Alpha” could be the title of this book. Rand made me laugh when he defends himself in a bar, knocks out the guy who was being nasty in one go, and finds he has just beaten the much-detested alpha of the local pack. Not that Rand is interested – and that is where Tate comes in, and the story begins. It is full of a resistant alpha, funny moments, and sexual and other tension. Rand, as a lone wolf, really isn’t cut out for pack life. But now he has to deal with it, at least until the pa “Accidental Alpha” could be the title of this book. Rand made me laugh when he defends himself in a bar, knocks out the guy who was being nasty in one go, and finds he has just beaten the much-detested alpha of the local pack. Not that Rand is interested – and that is where Tate comes in, and the story begins. It is full of a resistant alpha, funny moments, and sexual and other tension. Rand, as a lone wolf, really isn’t cut out for pack life. But now he has to deal with it, at least until the pack van vote for a new alpha whom Rand will have to approve. Let me tell you, Rand isn’t good at anything resembling social skills! Luckily he has Tate, who may not be a strong alpha (not even close), but he knows his way around the pack and is a supreme politician. Rad also quickly finds out that Tate has other interesting qualities – but those are just for the two of them to enjoy in the privacy of what quickly becomes “their” bedroom. Tate is desperate to convince Rand to stay. He doesn’t have the temperament to be an alpha, but he is a great second-in-command and very good with people. He’ll do anything to keep Rad interested, but this is no hardship for Tate. He feels attracted to Rand from the first moment he sets eyes on him, and even though he is a bottom boy through and through, Tate knows exactly how to get what he wants out of the “arrangement” he offers in a bid to make Rand stay. If you like strong alphas and determined omegas, if two men who complement each other perfectly are your thing, and if you’re looking for a fun paranormal read with lots of humor, a touch of suspense, and quite some kinky heat, then you will probably like this short story. NOTE: This book was provided by the author for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dollie

    If Julia Talbot could top this novel I would be first in line to read it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    3.5 stars. Nice shifter book to go along with my margarita and salsa and chips. Neat concept where Alpha and omega traits and roles blurred. Wished it was longer.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mstay1985

    Nice and quick This was definitely a quick read for when you don’t have much time. The main characters are a nice and easy going match.

  10. 5 out of 5

    llv

    Rating: 3 stars The book was okay. Didn’t really bring anything new to the shifter genre and was pretty generic. All in all, it was okay. Just nothing special.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sarina

    Review written for Love Bytes Reviews. Being a member of a pack just isn’t Rand’s style but when he knocks out a loudmouthed drunk in a bar, he finds himself the new Alpha of one. And all he wanted was a damn beer. Anxious to pass the responsibility off to someone else, Rand is instead surprised when he’s approached by Tate with a proposition to stay; he’s even more surprised when he finds himself tempted. Between a former Alpha that just won’t go away and an attractive wolf he can’t pass up, his Review written for Love Bytes Reviews. Being a member of a pack just isn’t Rand’s style but when he knocks out a loudmouthed drunk in a bar, he finds himself the new Alpha of one. And all he wanted was a damn beer. Anxious to pass the responsibility off to someone else, Rand is instead surprised when he’s approached by Tate with a proposition to stay; he’s even more surprised when he finds himself tempted. Between a former Alpha that just won’t go away and an attractive wolf he can’t pass up, his lone wolf days just might be over. This was a short story that actually had a lot going for it. The story starts right in the middle of a confrontation so you kind of get to meet Rand on the fly. Despite his protests about wanting to belong to a pack, the man just screams Alpha and can’t help but try and make things better for the members of the pack he’s found himself with. Tate was the real treat, however; he looks the part of an enforcer but couldn’t hurt a fly. While his size and appearance blew the stereotypes about a ‘bottom boy’ out of the water, the relationship between him and Rand was pretty much typical of an Alpha/Omega pairing. What I really liked though was how when it counted, Tate found the ability to fight whereas before he’d never managed to. The sex was also enjoyable and had some BDSM elements that look as though they’ll be expanded on in the next book, assuming it features the same characters. Overall I thought this was an enjoyable start to a new series and I look forward to continuing it; I’m hoping some of my questions about why Rand was a lone wolf will be answered and I certainly wouldn’t say no to seeing him and Tate together again.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Emilie

    Here is as good a place as any to say that I rate a book for what it is. Like I rate high literature (which I've read very little of) as high literature. I rate light entertainment (which I read tons of) as light entertainment. I've been reading Julia Talbot's stories since 2007. This was what I expected. I enjoy her writing. Here is as good a place as any to say that I rate a book for what it is. Like I rate high literature (which I've read very little of) as high literature. I rate light entertainment (which I read tons of) as light entertainment. I've been reading Julia Talbot's stories since 2007. This was what I expected. I enjoy her writing.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jas

    Baaaaa indeed lol

  14. 4 out of 5

    AE

    ugh what was I thinking. I feel demeaned for Tate, and I have no interest in Rand, and the quick to sex aspect felt like cheap and icky prostitution more than hot sexy times.

  15. 5 out of 5

    MyzanM

    No, no, no! Rand never gave me the alpha-vibe even if he was a big ass wolf. Tate seemed to be more alpha. Thin story and just.....no.

  16. 5 out of 5

    NatNat

    I thought it started off well; I liked the premise of the story, however it became overly dramatic without much substance. Unfortunately; it was just missing something for me

  17. 5 out of 5

    Peggy

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mary Murphy

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kestrel

  20. 4 out of 5

    CheapReader

  21. 5 out of 5

    Saunne

  22. 4 out of 5

    Daniel A. Ricci

  23. 4 out of 5

    Vicky

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dhole

  25. 4 out of 5

    Saskie-

  26. 4 out of 5

    Michael Beckett

  27. 4 out of 5

    Avril

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amina

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Lafranzo

  30. 4 out of 5

    Chibisuke

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