Supernatural concepts and embracing one’s roots is always interesting element in a love story. The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf is one of those novels that fall on this theme.
Though the title sounds like one of those famous children’s books I tell
Aside from that, this book has a very catchy title – The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf, the story revolves not just around the mate bond thing but also tells the journey of a young girl to her true identity. you this is a fantasy romance and this novel, The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf is a trending read for young adults.
- Part 1: The Plot Of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
- Part 2: Main Characters Of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
- Part 3: The Charm Of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
- Part 4: Jazz Ford, Author of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
- Part 5: Recommending The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
Part 1: The Plot Of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf opened with a scene of Astrid being beaten by her stepfather who was blaming her for her mother’s death. Then, we are led to what is her daily life as a human.
We learned that Astrid works in a diner and without her knowing, the owner is a werewolf. Jim was kind to her. He knows what Astrid’s true identity is. In the same diner where she works, that is where she meets Ryker whom she heard was an Alpha of a certain pack.
Astrid was completely unaware of her roots until one day, Alpha Ryker claimed her as her mate. Some mysterious characters were popping out in the beginning chapters of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried, Wolf.
Aside from Ryker who constantly bothers her since he learned that she’s his mate, there’s also this old man who continuously stalks her, and later on, Astrid learns he’s a CEO and appears to be not as creepy as she thought.
Here in The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf, Astrid was a werewolf tossed into the human world due to some traumatic incident.
She grew as a human, and lived like a human, until that day when her shift was near, she met some people who would draw her into the werewolf’s world, but the question is, would Alpha Ryker’s promise of love be her redemption?
And would this werewolf world give her a better life than what she has with her abusive human stepfather?
The plot of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf is the kind that will draw you in as a lot of cliffhangers are laid in the beginning chapters. And in the latter chapters, Astrid finds herself not only how the world of werewolves works but she got to meet more characters too that would lead her to the world of sorcery.
Yet, the question is as she journeys to discover her past and true identity, who would be her enemies or friends? And would Ryker’s love for her remain faithful until the end?
Part 2: Main Characters Of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
In The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf, Astrid is the typical female lead in a romance story. She’s the damsel in distress type, struggling for life, surviving some abuse. She was introduced with a soft, submissive personality.
At one glance, Astrid was the kind of girl needing to be saved by a hero. Astrid’s character building in The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf complements the male lead’s personality. So, even though she’s flawed, it’s just fine. Her personality adds color to the story. With that, we want to see more of her change and grow into a she-wolf that can fight for herself.
He’s the typical Alpha in werewolf romance books. Alpha Ryker of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf was of course handsome and charming but domineering. He’s bossy. Sometimes he’s mean to Astrid like that when he eats at the diner, and Astrid was the one serving him food.
But despite this personality of his, what makes Alpha Ryker’s character interesting is that when he learned that Astrid was his mate, he became too concerned about Astrid’s welfare. He suddenly treats her kindly and chases her like he was crazy in love, which on the other hand, Astrid doesn’t understand because humans don’t pursue a girl in that way.
Part 3: The Charm Of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
The heroine who is never in distress is not real, that’s why perhaps The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf is enduring and effective because Astrid’s background resonates with reality. I would lay two reasons why The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf is a trending read online.
First is character building. Here we are given main characters and side characters that played well to keep the story interesting. As I mentioned earlier, the opening scene was a hook. We are shown how Astrid was abused, and how her werewolf identity led to her rescue.
And as you go through the story you’ll meet some characters who are difficult at first to recognize if they’re villains or allies, which is a good thing because this makes the readers curious.
Second is the plot structure. The story premise of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf is just simple and common. It’s the typical love story setting we got to read, but what adds to its charm is the way the plot unfolded.
The plot structure of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf is laid in ways that are enticing to follow. Cliffhangers are present. The storytelling and the presentation of the character’s background all just blended so well. Plus, Astrid’s journey toward her true identity gives readers an exciting feeling.
Part 4: Jazz Ford, Author of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
Jazz Ford is the author of The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried, Wolf. She is a wife and mother of three children. She lives in Victoria and she loves writing full-time from home. Aside from The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf, she has several works in Dreame apps such as Alpha Maximus and Alpha King’s Mate. She’s a werewolf romance author and I bet writing fantasy romance is her specialty.
Part 5: Recommending The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf
Yes, I would recommend this book. I am not a romance book lover actually, but the way the storytelling unfolds in this novel The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf draws me in. Here, we have been given an effective female lead that is worth rooting for.
I would say that The Alpha’s Mate Who Cried Wolf is a great read for lovers of werewolf romance, and this book would give you a lot more, not just wolves and mate stuff, but you would be surprised in the middle chapters when a world of witches is introduced.
So, if you love werewolves and witches, The Alpha’s Who Cried Wolf novel is a good suggestion.