The Alpha King’s Human Mate is one of the most uniquely-written werewolf romance books, ever. It tells a story about an 18-year-old human female named Clark Bellevue (yes, you read it right – Clark in The Alpha King’s Human Mate is a girl!) who is mated to Griffin Bardot, the next Alpha King.
As a human female in the novel, it’s not surprising to see Clark’s naivety and innocence throughout the chapters. After all, she has been living in her father’s werewolf pack as the only human being for 18 years. Clark also doesn’t have any ideas when Griffin, the Alpha King, has been waiting to mark her for nine years.
In The Alpha King’s Human Mate novel, the moment Clark and Griffin meet is also the moment Griffin refuses to let Clark go, even though Clark wishes to run away from her destiny. Just as with any other human mate, it won’t be that easy for Clark to run away Particularly from the sights of an Alpha King.Read My Fated Human Luna Now
- Part 1: Meet The Characters Of The Alpha King’s Human Mate
- Part 2: Story Of The Alpha King’s Human Mate
- Part 3: The Author Of The Alpha King’s Human Mate
Part 1: Meet The Characters Of The Alpha King’s Human Mate
Clark Bellevue is the 18-year-old human mate in The Alpha King’s Human Mate novel. She (not ‘he” like the way her parents name her) is the only human in her father’s werewolf pack, and she has been living in the pack since her birth. Clark herself is an accidental result of a brief affair between her Alpha werewolf father and her human mother.
When I read the storylines of The Alpha King’s Human Mate, I know Clark is going to continue her parents’ legacy. However, this time, the Alpha is better, because he is the Alpha King, a much more powerful being than ordinary Alphas.
Griffin Bardot is the next Alpha King in The Alpha King’s Human Mate. This 25-year-old Alpha King has been looking for a mate for nine years, and he finally smells his mate the moment he encounters Clark. Like any other Alpha werewolf, Griffin is naturally a possessive and domineering werewolf, especially since he is the Alpha King, a superior being to ordinary Alpha werewolves.
Even so, Griffin starts to warm up through the chapters of The Alpha King’s Human Mate. Later, it turns out that he is a good-natured werewolf despite his status as the Alpha King.
Part 2: Story Of The Alpha King’s Human Mate
The Alpha King’s Human Mate tells us a story about Clark Bellevue, who is now 18 years old, and she is a human female in this story.
She lives with her siblings who are the Golden Children of the pack. She is always the scapegoat because she is a result of an accidental make-out session between her Alpha werewolf father and her human mother. Both of Clark’s parents tell everybody else they are ashamed of Clark.
Despite being a human female, Clark has lived with her father’s werewolf pack in Florida since she was born. Living as a human inside a wolf’s den is not an easy matter, particularly for a human female like Clark.
Sure, she knows things about mating, training, and other essential werewolf jargon – however, she gets sick, can’t shift, and doesn’t have battle abilities like her other werewolf peers So, being The Alpha King’s Human Mate is out of her mind.
Now, about the Alpha King: She only knows this being is the mysterious and all-powerful being who is treated like a celebrity. She never sees the Alpha King’s face; she even only receives some descriptions from the Elder about becoming The Alpha King’s Human Mate. Other she-wolves in Clark’s pack also swoon over the unknown Alpha King.
Until, at some point, Clark encounters Griffin Bardot, the next Alpha King, by herself. She starts feeling Griffin’s possessiveness and hostility the moment they encounter each other. However, Griffin starts to warm up once Clark becomes The Alpha King’s Human Mate Yet, and he won’t let Clark go.Read My Fated Human Luna Now
Part 3: The Author Of The Alpha King’s Human Mate
HC Dolores is the name of the author of The Alpha King’s Human Mate. It’s quite hard to find her presence in the novel-writing world, however, I finally made it. The first thing I notice about HC Dolores is her Facebook fan page. Even though HC Dolores’ writing pieces have been spread everywhere, the reviews and comments on her fan page are not so interactive.
The Alpha King’s Human Mate appears to be HC Dolores’ personal favorite novel. My guess is that it happens because this novel has got so many viewers: around four-M views or so. Plus, The Alpha King’s Human Mate itself is the only novel that HC Dolores publishes on more than one platform, even though she has authored other novels apart from this novel.
When I combine the platforms where HC Dolores’ books exist and analyze her bibliography, I see HC Dolores is an author who specializes in writing fantasy romance stories, particularly stories about werewolves.
All books from her always involve romantic scenes, including The Alpha King’s Human Mate. In addition to this novel, she has also authored one book about Fae; yet, her Fae books are not as successful as her werewolf books.
Another thing that I love about HC Dolores is her way of inserting quotes that resemble each book chapter’s main points. For instance, we have this Elizabeth Bowen quote in Chapter 1 of The Alpha King’s Human Mate: “Fate is not an eagle, it creeps like a rat,”Read My Fated Human Luna Now