In book three, Lucas teaches Mia how to be a wolf while struggling with his feelings for her. Simultaneously, Mia is being noticed by other male wolves.
I sympathized for Mia. She still wants Lucas to be her alpha, and he is giving her mixed signals. Other males are noticing Mia, and she is wrestling with her feelings.
I appreciate that Lucas wants what is best for Mia and feels that he is too broken for her. It is frustrating that he underestimates his value.
I can’t get enough of Mia and Lucas. I really do love both of their characters.
True Alpha continues to be an entertaining and carefully thought-out series. You definitely need to read them in order if you have not picked it up yet. They are all short stories that I found easy to read in under an hour.
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