Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder tells us a story about an adult daughter living under the same roof as her abusive father and stepmother who gets sold to serve an Alpha King of Drogomor to produce children for him.
Rosalie is the name of that adult daughter in Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder. She may be a 20-year-old woman, however, her father, Alpha Harland, and her stepmother, Isis, are so power-hungry, controlling, and abusive. Still, Rosalie doesn’t lose hope, as she dreams about a kind-hearted Alpha from another pack who will eventually come to her rescue.
Rosalie’s dream in Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder doesn’t seem to be realized as her father kicks her out and sells her body to the ruthless Alpha of Drogomor, whose name turns out to be Ethan.
With Alpha Ethan and her pack’s debt burden that her father has placed upon her, Rosalie has no choice but to forget her dreams to preserve her virginity and continue to bear children with the heartless Alpha Ethan.Discover new content on-the-go with Wehear
- Part 1: Meet The Characters Of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder
- Part 2: Story Of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder
- Part 3: Meet The Author Of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder
- Part 4: Alternative of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder
Part 1: Meet The Characters Of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder
Unlike other werewolf stories where the MC’s pack’s name is clear from the start of the chapter, Rosalie’s pack never seems to be addressed throughout the first few chapters of Sold As The
Alpha King’s Breeder. Instead, we know another dark side of this 20-year-old she-wolf character: Living under the reign of her abusive father while complying with him to serve a heartless Alpha King of Drogomor.
We know two Alphas in Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder novel. The first Alpha is Alpha Harland, Rosalie’s abusive father. Alpha Harland is indebted to the Alpha King of the Drogomor pack, Alpha Ethan. Later on, in Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder, we know that Alpha Ethan is no better than Rosalie’s father. Not only that he insists Rosalie breed his pups, but he also isolates Rosalie from her support systems.
The Support Systems
Lucky for Rosalie in Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder is that she isn’t the only support system for herself. She also has made friends in the Drogomor pack – the first friend is Estrella, the doctor of the pack, and Vicky, the Drogomor beta’s little sister. Eventually, almost all of the Drogomor pack members become nice to Rosalie, except for Alpha Ethan.
Part 2: Story Of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder
In the story of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder, we get to meet a 20-year-old she-wolf named Rosalie. Rosalie has lost her kind-hearted mother long before the story begins; as a result, her father, Alpha Harland, remarries a she-wolf named Isis. Unfortunately, Alpha Harland and Isis start showing their ugly and toxic sides and begin to treat Rosalie horribly.
Alpha Harland is indebted to another werewolf pack named Drogomor. He could use any means, including kind-hearted ways, to erase his debts to the Drogomor pack. However, in Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder, Alpha Harland makes Rosalie a scapegoat by selling her to Alpha Ethan, the Alpha King of the Drogomor pack, and not telling her the truth.
All Rosalie knows is that her father employs her in Alpha Ethan’s place as a houseworker. Later on, Alpha Ethan also shows his ugly side, and it turns out that Rosalie’s true job nature is to be his pups’ breeder. Rosalie can’t get out of Drogomor pack’s territory unless she does her job.
Here, nobody cares about the potential of Rosalie losing her virginity. Even Rosalie’s support systems in Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder don’t have any powers against Alpha Ethan. When Rosalie’s father contacts her once again, it is only for reminding Rosalie of his debts instead of fighting the Alpha King to get back Rosalie’s virginity.Discover new content on-the-go with Wehear
Part 3: Meet The Author Of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder
Alice Knightsky is the author of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder. This novel alone has been published on several platforms, and Alice Knightsky as the author of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder continues to retain her massive reader base.
I would say that Alice Knightsky is a focused and talented author. Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder may look like her most-discussed book among all books that she has written. However, from the platforms where she publishes her novels and her interactions with her readers, I can say that Alice takes time in developing the plots in the novels that she wrote.
Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder isn’t the only novel that Alice Knightsky has written. She is also on the Dreame platform. Here, on our platform, she has published another werewolf novel that involves the same character from this novel. She currently has more than 3,500K visitors on her profile, which means she has the potential to be a famous author.
Part 4: Alternative of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder
Alice Knightsky’s focus and talent in writing also continue in Dreame. However, the sad news is that Alice doesn’t publish her Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder Yet On the Dreame platform. Do you like Alice’s writings and wish for more novels from the same author? Well, you can read Breeder For The White Queen (Breeder #2).
Apart from having the same writer, Breeder For The White Queen (Breeder #2) also tells stories about a werewolf breeder. It also involves Rosalie, the character from Alice’s Sold As The Alpha King. More specifically, it is the White Queen a.k.a the female MC herself who seeks her breeder in Breeder For The White Queen (Breeder #2).
Summary of Breeder For The White Queen (Breeder #2):
Breeder For The White Queen (Breeder #2) is the continuation of the author’s Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder. It tells a story about Maeve, the next generation of White Queen, who also happens to be Rosalie’s daughter. Rosalie, Maeve’s mother, used to be the MC of Sold As The Alpha King’s Breeder.
As the next White Queen, Maeve should be Rosalie’s successor to her throne. The problem: Maeve can’t ascend until she breeds pups for the Drogomor line. Another problem that Maeve faces is that she is not a breeder. So, she needs to seek a breeder. As we read through this novel, Maeve encounters Ernest, the current king of Valoria.
Later on, it turns out that Ernest is more than just a breeder. He is also a skilled lover. However, Maeve shouldn’t lose her guard – after all, her parents and grandparents have experienced these whole horrible things, and Maeve wishes for the cycle to stop in her.Discover new content on-the-go with Wehear