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  • Title: Kevin's Alpha
  • Author: Amber Kell
  • ISBN: 9781920501112
  • Page: 383
  • Format: ebook

  • This edition is no longer available.When the alpha of the local werewolf pack declares Kevin as his mate, the free wheeling wizard panics He didn t plan on settling down, not now, not ever However when Jay goes missing he has to partner with the alpha to help his friend If Kevin can t find the confidence to dredge up his magic, his friend could be lost forever.
    Amber Kell
    Amber Kell has made a career out of daydreaming It has been a lifelong habit she practices diligently as shown by her complete lack of focus on anything not related to her fantasy world building.When she told her husband what she wanted to do with her life he told her to go have fun.During those seconds she isn t writing she remembers she has children who humor her with games of what if and let her drag them to foreign lands to gather inspiration Her youngest confided in her that he wants to write because he longs for a website and an author name two things apparently necessary to be a proper writer.Despite her husband s insistence she doesn t drink enough to be a true literary genius she continues to spin stories of people falling happily in love and staying that way.She is thwarted during the day by a traffic jam of cats on the stairway and a puppy who insists on walks, but she bravely perseveresShe also writes under the name Mikela Q Chase


    I didn’t enjoy this as much as the first book.We got another wizard/werewolf pairing, this time between insecure wizard Kevin and the pack’s Alpha James.The story picks up right where the first book left off, so this cannot be read as a stand-alone.This story was just too action packed. The romance was almost non-existent and I enjoyed it less because of that. Even though I really did like Kevin and James. I just wanted them to spend a more time making goo goo eyes at each other, instead of [...]

    **Grammar**In this second book, we started understanding something more about the story and the mystery behind it. The MCs of this book were Thomas' big brother and alpha,James,and Jay's friend, Kevin.I liked them together, how could a big,growling and jealous wolf not be hot?With Kevin trying being a top for the first time and James giving up a bit of his control and experiencing the pleasure of being a bottom, well guys.e sex scenes were good.Sadly this book was not only about love and pleasur [...]

    I have been looking forward to this second instalment in the Wizard’s Touch series since the MC were introduced in the previous book. However, there were a few things that didn’t allow me to enjoy it very much or give it a 3 star read. My first objection was that I found it hard to believe that at one point, sweet, shy, insecure Kevin suddenly pulled out a bottle of lube and let it know he was topping. Considering it was an alpha wolf he was taking to and it was only their second time having [...]

    Very good follow-up to the first book. Kevin brought out more protective instincts because of his lack of self-confidence, and I didn't like James as much as I had Thomas. But, I still liked this book, and I'm interested in seeing where it goes.There's certainly a lot of corruption hovering around this school of magic. In some ways it made me think of Hogwarts. *grins*

    I think this will be a comfort series. Easy to read. Not much angst. Sexy times but not overrun with sex. There's a good action plot. Wish these were longer. :-)

    Serena Yates
    Book two of 'A Wizard's Touch' was just as much fun to read as the first volume, and added some wonderful detail to the world and the characters encountered in the initial installment. While the focus in this story is on Kevin and his mate James, Jaynell and Thomas from book one are back, as are the triplets and, of course, the gnomes. This book is action-packed, full of magic and possessive werewolves, and has an interesting villain.Kevin is the son of an elf and a wizard and, as such, has some [...]

    BubblesHunty Honest & Direct Opinions
    Short and simple but i really enjoyed it

    Chris, the Dalek King
    After a life under his father’s thumb, Kevin has no intentions of putting himself under anyone’s authority ever again. He is going to go to school, learn how to heal using his magic, and ignore every one of his father’s attempts to make him some type of fancy, power-hungry politician. All that is going great till one of his friends pulls him into the path of Alpha James Sparks. A man who is commanding, and hot, and annoyingly insistent that Kevin is his mate. And once Kevin figures out how [...]

    These books are short reads but I'm finding they don't lack in interesting characters or plot. This contains shifter-half elf-gargoyle and other fantastical elements, so readers who like this sort of thing should have some fun. Please don't read these books thinking you're going to find Trollope or Hemingway in the pages, these are for entertainment, light fantasy and romance enjoyment.

    Kelly H. (Maybedog)
    The good:It's better written than the first one, although the climax is not at all.I love the world she's built. It's a lot like the Reclamation series which is one of my favorites, but the meat of it just isn't there. I think Kell has a lot of talent but she churns so many out so fast that the quality slips.The bad:In justifying why he's keeping his mate safe, one character says, "Because if anything happened to , my life wouldn't be worth anything." That's kind of a selfish way of looking at i [...]

    Marte - Thunderella
    I own the paperpack: A Wizard's Touch: Volume One.Includes #1 Jaynell's Wolf and #2 Kevin's Alpha.

    Ashley Cox
    Cute, I really enjoyed it and look forward to other books in the series.

    Mandy*reads obsessively*
    Short about Kevin, who seems to have a lot of self esteem issues and his alpha mate James.Light easy quick read.

    Enjoyed it.

    Fun continuation of the series. I didn't connect as well with this one but still enjoyed the read.

    I like the fun of this series. Though there were a few sad times, it is generally angst free. Wizards, werewolves, dragons, and gargoyles all add to the magic.

    I’ve read this before. It’s pretty light and fluffy and cute w/o any major angst.

    Denise White
    Enjoying this seriesI am really enjoying this seriesI do liked Kevin a lot and from the last book I thought James was an a$$. But he really wasn't just had that alpha snarkI wish we could have learned a little more about Kevin's past but still a good readoff to book 3

    This series was given to me by the publisher for an honest review.Kevin’s Alpha: Kevin is a wizard and James Sparks is the Alpha of the local werewolf pack. There is instant chemistry, but Kevin is afraid of commitment. Danger enters by the kidnapping of his friend Jay, and Kevin and cast go to help battle the enemy.Kevin and James: Kevin has always felt second best because of his family. His powers never seemed that strong compared to them and he never wants to compromise like his mother did. [...]

    This volume, too, is not exactly gushing with warm fuzzies. Then again I don’t believe that was the intention. It’s a stylistic thing. And still makes for a fun story.Maybe the coolest thing about these books is that sense of youthful adventure. It's light and serious at the same time, and people spontaneously band together to catch the bad guys. Even better, they don’t go into overt badass mode but remain down-to-earth about it.The only thing that briefly irritated me is that mismatch in [...]

    3.5 StarsThis is book 2 in the Wizard's Touch series staring Jaynell's roommate Kevin and pack alpha James. Although they've been to bed, Kevin is freaked out by commitment due in part to the fact his father was an elf and they don't do monogamy and he feels he's not much of a wizard, therefore not a good mate for an alpha. So while Kevin is waffling over whether he wants to mate and the significance of that, James spends his time trying not to freak Kevin out by being too possessive. However wh [...]

    Hilarious I wanted to rip the headmaster's arrogant, power-hungry head off. The council needs to get off their butts and fix that or Jay is going to end up doing it for them. I love that the gnomes revolted and that's what brings down the council members. Poor Lisa and Dean. Edward was a pain in the neck and I'm glad he got the crap scared out of him by Thomas after he kept spouting off at the mouth about Jay. Kevin's dad needs a swift kick somewhere uncomfortable too. While Kevin might not be t [...]

    I didn't like this one as much as the first one. I liked Kevin, but (view spoiler)[his commitment phobia? Ummmwhat phobia? He spent every night there since they met. Only leaving for class. When James became possessive, he barely batted an eyelash. He didn't leave or runaway, he just stalled and put him off, knowing the bond between them would only grow. Why even say he didn't want to commit to James? Dumb.(hide spoiler)]Then, there's the thing with his dad. (view spoiler)[Really, he's brought u [...]

    Another "insta-love" story between a wizard and his wolf mate. In this book it's Kevin's turn to find his furry lover, and who better than the Alpha of the pack?I didn't like this book as much as the first one because I didn't really think that Kevin was a strong enough character to be an MC. I think that he could have definite been developed better. He had a load of insecurities and while he started to blossom towards the end, once the mission was over, the book kind of went "fade to black" and [...]

    Don Bradshaw
    This book was the sequel to Jaynell's Wolf and came through with more of the wizard-were story Kevin Santhil learns that he's the mate to the pack alpha, James. James is the brother of Jaynell's mate Thomas. Kevin is in turmoil about mating with James due to issues with his father and with James all about being powerful and in charge. A close friend of Kevin is murdered for her power and Jaynell is soon abducted. Kevin needs to lean heavily on James as the werekin and gnomes prepare to go to war [...]

    Green Reviews
    I really wanted to like this more than I did. If the first book in this series was rushed, this one was on fast forward. I felt like there was a lot of contradiction (Kevin and James called each other pet names, but at one point Kevin took objection over it, while all of the either times it was fine, and it was fine when he himself was doing it). I felt like the mating rules weren't followed consistently between this book and book 1, either. There were also a few instances where things didn't tr [...]

    Lorraine Lesar
    This is the second book in the series, a follow on from "Jaynell's Wolf", I would suggest that you read the first one first, before being seduced into reading this one. And seduced you will be! You know exactly what you are getting from Ms Kell with all her books, that's why I like her so much, this book was more fun than any of the previous books I have read and it shows the writers imagination when introducing us again to the "avatars" - one a three headed dragon and the other a small gargoyle [...]

    I think Amber Kells showed some imagination when she created this interesting series and I can't wait to read her other books. Unlike the first book it took me longer to get hook into it, but again I am not really into same sex actions but I like the story line. I had a hard time not picturing Crag the Avatar as puppy and I really wish dragons like Gideon were really cause I would have to get me one as it would have to be way better protect the a dog. If I had any thing to complain about it woul [...]

    This book is a good continuation of the story that started with Jaynell's Wolf. Kevin is a student at the wizard school who learns he is mate to the local wolf alpha, James. Jay is mated to the alpha's brother, Thomas. Kevin has a lot to learn about commitment and love and how to channel his power but a lot happens in this book besides Kevin learning about himself. Someone is draining the magic out of wizard school students (which kills them) and then suddenly Jay is kidnapped. I love the avatar [...]

    Mae Hanley
    Stumbled upon this series today via Kobo recommendations, which is also why I started on book 2 instead of book 1.Yes, I feel I missed out on some implied knowledge by not having yet read book 1 but if I were so inclined I'd be content with just reading this one as a stand alone.I enjoyed the dynamics of the shifters and the wizards. I will have to go back and read book 1 for the missing ground work I'm sure is there as previous works by Ms. Kell have never failed to create a complete world.

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