Dangerous Games: An Alpha's Mate, #4 by Arian Wulf

Dangerous Games: An Alpha's Mate, #4

byArian Wulf

Kobo ebook | September 23, 2019

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Nora Cage hides what she is. It is necessary, and she does it because she wants to survive. Desperation takes her to a pub in the middle of nowhere where she joins a poker game in hopes of winning money she needs to make rent. The last thing she expects to happen is to have her secret discovered by three Alpha werewolves.

She is suddenly caught in a game that she doesn't know the rules to. She doesn't know that there're none.

When the Alphas want something, they take it. And what they want, is Nora Cage.

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"Lost little human girl in the middle of a wolf's den. Beautiful little thing, hidden under a jacket two sizes too big, gambling more than wise. I have neither seen nor smelled anything more enticing. I have never wanted anyone more than I wanted you… How desperate you must be to be in a place like that. What it would take to break you, I wonder?"

Title:Dangerous Games: An Alpha's Mate, #4Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 23, 2019Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1393236197

ISBN - 13:9781393236191

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Nora Cage hides what she is. It is necessary, and she does it because she wants to survive. Desperation takes her to a pub in the middle of nowhere where she joins a poker game in hopes of winning money she needs to make rent. The last thing she expects to happen is to have her secret discovered by three Alpha werewolves.She is suddenly caught in a game that she doesn't know the rules to. She doesn't know that there're none.When the Alphas want something, they take it. And what they want, is Nora Cage...."Lost little human girl in the middle of a wolf's den. Beautiful little thing, hidden under a jacket two sizes too big, gambling more than wise. I have neither seen nor smelled anything more enticing. I have never wanted anyone more than I wanted you… How desperate you must be to be in a place like that. What it would take to break you, I wonder?"