Alpha Underground Trilogy

(4 customer reviews)


This compilation of the complete Alpha Underground Trilogy is chock full of adventure, danger, and romance.

Fen Young is a half-shifter whose inner beast is more mouse than wolf. Home is her castle, the only place she’s ever felt safe.

Enter Hunter Green, an uber-alpha strong enough to stop traffic with a single look. He’s handsome and enticing and seems like just the ticket to broaden Fen’s horizons…until the uber-alpha brushes off his admirer and summarily rejects her from her home pack.

Now treading water in the no-man’s land of outpack territory, Fen must confront a missing pack mate, a tantalizing stranger, and a serial killer targeting half-werewolves. Will she be able to shore up her waning power in time to save her friend…and half-breeds everywhere…before it’s too late?

4 reviews for Alpha Underground Trilogy

  1. LeeAnne

    I really enjoyed this story. The way the characters related to each other and the story line was well written

  2. LeeAnne

    I really enjoyed this story. The way the characters related to each other and the story line was well written. I read Fens story not realizing it came after this trilogy and it was nice to have answers to so many questions I had.

  3. Tera Comer

    This is a spinoff series from the Wolf Rampant series and lets just say this world is great! The narrator does a wonderful job with all the characters and helps pull you into the book,

  4. Shan MC

    Listened to this story in the Boxset for this series on Audible. Narrator sounds too exuberant most times; she needed more tone variance to fit the scenes better. She sounded like a newscaster at times. It was an okay listening experience, but not on my list of favorites.

    I wrote reviews for each book below.

    Quick review: Fun, unique shifter series with some good action and romance. 4 rating for each book.

    Book 1 – Half Wolf

    I liked that this is an unique read, and I was entertained the whole time. It was a rough start for me in the beginning, but as the story went on, I like the direction it took.

    I didn’t really like Easterling’s take on shifters. They are jerks and too horny; they can’t control themselves. Both the men and the women. I did like Fen, but her self-deprecation was a bit too much. She doesn’t read people very well, but she holds her own. She’s actually pretty tough, she just doesn’t make the best decisions.

    The whole scenario with one of the wolf shifters, Ginger, was gross. She would tease men by being completely nude and rubbing up on people. It was all very unpleasant.

    I also didn’t like that the mates scenario didn’t seem to be that big of a deal.
    Mates is one of my favorite parts of shifter books, I love the deep connection it provides. There’s a bit of that connection here, but I would’ve like more. There was some really weird actions between Fen’s mate and a 16 year old wolf. I think it was supposed to come across as protective on his part or wolf like, but it came off as more inappropriate. It wasn’t a big thing; just a few small things, but it still felt weird.

    The romance does have its sweet moments though, and I do like Fen’s mate. He’s there for Fen when she needs him. The story does start to pick up though, and I wanted to know what would happen. There’s a bit of mystery going on, and there’s some fun action. Overall, the story is engaging and draws you in, so despite a few things, I went with a 4 star rating. Half Wolf is a unique story with unique characters. It’s a fun read. I also would like to see where Fen ends up, so I’d like to check out the next books in this series.

    Book 2 – Lone Wolf Dawn

    Loved the sweet connection between Hunter and Fen; it’s wonderful how supportive they are of each other. The action is fun, and the story feels unique. Love that Fen is strong and has some sass. She’s having to deal with a lot and doesn’t have much support at times, but she showing she’s a force to be reckoned with. The shifters act a bit more like wolves than humans; I would’ve like it to be the other way, but there’s some interesting ideas with these shifters. I do think some of the character’s reactions don’t quite fit the situation going on. Everything feels like it’s comical; nothing seems serious, there would be something dangerous happening but I wouldn’t care because it just seems like a joke. That may have something to do with the narrator for the audio; if I read it on my own, the characters may have a different tone to their voices that fits the situation better. Overall, an entertaining, fun read, and I’m excited for the next book!

    3rd book – Wolf Landing

    This one is all about Fen and her mate, Hunter, dealing with trying to be alpha of her hodgepodge group. Fen needs to prove she is capable of being an Alpha or they won’t be recognized as a legitimate pack. There’s lots of pack politics going on; kind of boring, but there is a bit of action too that keeps the story interesting. Also, where the pack calls home, is being threatened by the town authorities because there seems to be something causing issues in the town that points to wild animals. Things aren’t looking great for Fen; especially since she’s experiencing black outs. I like that Fen stands up for herself and her pack, but I was hoping she would know to being more honest with her mate. Overall, this has been an unique shifter series and has been entertaining. I like a bit more romance and action in this book, but still a fun series.

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