The Wild Bone: The White Alpha of Monroe
by Julie Ramsey
Sally is shunned by both guys and girls in her town as she grows up. It’s not because of her looks or personality though she spends little to no time thinking about this even after her mother dies when Sally is eighteen. Her friends talk her into going to have fun at a bar called the Wild Bone leading to a terror filled night and a six year longing for something she doesn’t understand until she meets her mate.
A very well developed storyline and a moving amount of heat define this novella. It is short and good for about three hours of escape averaging on the BBC reading pace. Another editing pass is in order. I give this a four out of five.