Midnight Run by Bailey Bradford
Always the lone wolf, never the mate…
Alpha Jack Herman used to have a pack, but he's been alone for a long time. When he catches a whiff of another shifter encroaching on his preferred hunting grounds, he's determined to put a stop to that immediately. There's only room for one wolf in Jack’s territory—Jack.
Captured as a pup, Malakai is a shifter, but he's neither wolf nor alpha. What he is, is scared, exhausted, starving, and close to giving up. Hunted by a predator, Malakai fears his newly found freedom is about to come to a violent and abrupt end.
Instead, he finds himself in the arms of a man strong enough to do whatever he must to take care of Malakai.
Review by Paulina Woods
An alpha without a pack and a sub without a dom, what could be a better match?
From what I could glen Malakai grew up in a den, in the wild, and was caught as a pup and treated as a pet. How he knew to not shift around the humans and how he was able to remain more human than animal is a question I would love answered.
Jack is an...alpha. I just don't see it. When the other wolves show up and he is suppose to be dominate he just...is.
I would have given this book at least a four but there are way to many unanswered questions. I closed the book not knowing anymore than when I opened it.