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Alpha and Omega by Patricia Briggs
Cover Artist: Maurizio Manzieri
Review by Gayle Surrette
Subterranean Press Deluxe Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781596062870
Date: 01 December 2009

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In Cry Wolf and Hunting Ground, readers got to watch as Charles Cornick and Anna Latham developed their relationship and worked to help Anna become comfortable with her Omega wolf abilities. Both of these books hinted at what had happened to Anna in Chicago and how they had met. Alpha and Omega is the story of how Anna and Charles met and how his brother wolf decided this was his mate and then had to wait until Charles, his human half, agreed and did something about it. Not to mention the need to sort out the Chicago pack Anna belonged to.

From official release/information:

From publisher's website: Anna, four years a werewolf, raped, beaten, half-starved and handed from one male to another, places a call from Chicago to the wilds of Montana. She reaches the Marrok, North America’s werewolf ruler, telling him she’s seen a boy, one reported missing and possibly injured. He was in a cage her pack’s Alpha keeps for confining new werewolves. The Marrok says that his enforcer is flying from Montana to O’Hare. Anna meets the plane, and, Charles, enforcer, as well as the Marrok’s oldest son, insists on staying with her. He has seen she is not the Submissive she thinks she is. Charles is a supreme Alpha, and she is his antithesis, a rare Omega; her very presence lowers tension, calms and soothes. Despite centuries as a Solitary, Charles would wed young Anna. His brother wolf, he says, has already taken her as his mate.

(Source: Subterranean Press)

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