Her Alpha Mismatch by Emilia Hartley
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Like many fox shifters, Regina Woodward is stuck in the fifties. She loves vintage clothing and classic movies. What she doesn’t love is controlling male foxes who expect perfect homemaker wives. She’s just about given up on ever finding a mate when her friend Nessa, the local matchmaker, suggests she date Oscar Torres.
An alpha bear.
Regina’s mother would have a conniption just hearing about it.
Not that Regina’s sure she wants to hook up with Oscar anyway, seeing how he’s closed-off emotionally. But when he asks for her help to save a wild fox-shifter who has been getting into trouble up north, Regina can’t refuse. And the more time she spends with Oscar, the more she loses her heart.
To an emotionally constipated bear her only remaining family is going to hate.
There’s no way this ends well—is there?
Content Warning: This book contains lots of sexy shifter action. Intended for a mature audience only
Oscar Torres got a report from Jorge and Red that there was a wild shifter wandering streets and pilfering trash between Oscar’s territory and Big Basin. Oscar would like to help him, invite him into the pack, but most of his shifters were big and strong and this fox might not be a good fit for his pack and he didn’t want to make things worse for the fox. As Regina cleaned up the books from the reading session with the children, she saw Oscar Torres walk in! He chatted with her but didn’t tell her why he was there. She assumed Nessa may have mentioned that he was Regina’s perfect match, and commented on how “audacious” that was! But he calmly asked why she thought so, and she blushed furiously. He tried to indicate he had a question about the fox shifter, but he didn’t want to say “shifter” in a public place. Oddly, his bear was furious, wanting to make things right for her – but she was not of his pack or a date? His bear shouldn’t be so worked up??
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I found this book intriguing. I love paranormal romance and this book didn’t disappoint. Great read. Reviewer for Romance authors that rock