Read marked by the alpha wolf part 1 by Scarlett Grove Online


Cassandra Kline is taken in by Pyramid Corporation in the midst of global nuclear war. For the next five years, she lives safely inside a protective domed city. Working in The Program, a virtual reality simulation, she is confronted by her dead mother who tells Cassie she is in danger. After a shocking revelation about the people who she believed had saved her, the holograCassandra Kline is taken in by Pyramid Corporation in the midst of global nuclear war. For the next five years, she lives safely inside a protective domed city. Working in The Program, a virtual reality simulation, she is confronted by her dead mother who tells Cassie she is in danger. After a shocking revelation about the people who she believed had saved her, the hologram of her mother leads her out of the dome and into a toxic, dead world.Rafe, the alpha of a mutant werewolf pack, takes her in and helps her come to terms with the new world they share.With zombie attacks, alien spaceships paroling the skies, and the ever-present struggle to survive, will Cassie and Rafe realize their budding attraction? Or will they be torn apart, body and soul....

Title : marked by the alpha wolf part 1
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ISBN : 22848412
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Number of Pages : 126 Pages
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marked by the alpha wolf part 1 Reviews

  • Deborah
    2019-04-07 03:00

    I downloaded this book last year and I've no idea why it's taken me so long to actually get round to reading it.The world as we know it was destroyed five years ago by a nuclear war, huge domes run by the Pyramid Corporation protect the survivors. Cassie lives in one of these domes and spends a lot of time working in The Program, a virtual reality simulation where she unexpectedly sees her dead mother who warns her she's in danger and helps her escape. Once outside the dome Cassie has no idea what to do except run, she's absolutely no idea what's outside and continues to be surprised as she encounters werewolves, zombies, witches etcEven after reading the synopsis this book still surprised me, not only was the story way more interesting than I expected but I figured a serial book with alpha in the title would be littered with hot sex, sometimes this comes at the expense of the story this was not the case here and I'm starting the next book as soon as I've finished this review.

  • Connie
    2019-04-07 04:23

    Loved it! Great new series. Paranormal storyline was intriguing and held my attention making me want to read more. Loved the different characters from humans, shifters, aliens, etc.. introduced in this book. Definitely want to read more to see what happens.

  • Sakshi Agarwal
    2019-03-23 00:55

    Okay read!!!!.....making weres, witches, dragons a result of mutation due to nuclear radiations is not a very interesting theory but the organization of these parts in a story is good.

  • Delta
    2019-04-11 04:57

    This is not the PNR I typically read. I usually skip over books that mention zombies in the blurb, so when the zombies popped up near the beginning, I almost put the book aside. I'm glad that I stayed with it, because Braving Darkness is an entertaining story. (The zombies are minor players.)Not your usual werewolf romance...Set in the very near future (2020), only five percent of the population survived the nukes of World War III. Almost all of the human survivors were somehow changed into shifters by the radiation. A small remnant of children were sheltered by the mysterious Pyramid Corporation in biospheres that protected them from the radiation and kept them fully human.I don't think we're in Kansa anymore, Toto...When Cassandra Kline becomes aware that the Pyramid Corporation has insidious plans for their kept humans (no spoilers), she escapes to the world outside of the biosphere. Cassie has psychic powers that enable her to see some of the preternatural creatures in the forest. From her dreams and from the creatures in the forest, she learns that she is a psychic warrior. Cassie encounters and evades zombies while trying to find a safe place. The zombies in this story seem very similar to the Wendigos of Kresley Cole's Immortals After Dark series. Cassie finds that (relatively) safe place in the form of an alpha werewolf and his pack. As you might expect, she and the alpha are strangely attracted to one another.Enjoy the ride...The throwing together so early in the story of so many elements (shifters, dragons, aliens, zombies, dryids, holograms, psychic powers, survivalists, witches, etc.) gives the tale a campy vibe that allows you suspend the need for any kind of realism and just enjoy the ride!At the time of this review, you can get this book free on Amazon: free 11-29-15

  • Chappy
    2019-03-31 01:17

    3.5 starsI liked Cassie and Rafe was OK, but a bit hot and cold.This book had a bit of everything in it...aliens, werewolves, witches, zombies, cougar shifters. It was almost a little too much.I found it strange that Cassie just starts getting all these abilities and is so accepting of them. Her mother's appearances in "The Program" (or the Matrix as I call it) were kind of weird. Your mother would not be giving you all these cryptic messages!!!

  • Michele Henderson
    2019-04-02 06:14

    What a different shifter storyThis is such a good story. Shifters humans and aliens. This story has a unique plot and great characters. It's a quick read but full of action, suspense and some steamy romance scenes. A girl living in a dome after WW3 is content until one day the girl or really young women are told they are going to have special tests done and Cassie's life changes forever. Her life wasn't what she thought it was. Read this book to find the adventure.

  • Cheshire
    2019-03-20 07:17

    I liked the world created, but not the characters. While they were developed enough, they just weren't that likeable. It also seemed to have an abrupt ending.

  • Elizabeth
    2019-04-14 00:05

    This is one of the best books I have read. I didn't like the start but it got so much better. Loved Cassie and Rafe and it was romantic the way he went about marking her.

  • Jennette
    2019-03-19 05:15

    Never judge a book by its price. I picked this up for free(what seems like a long time ago). I have read too many formulaic werewolf books lately and wasn't in the mood for another "I just met you. mmmm you smell good; let's be together forever right after we survive this deadly evil person's master plan." This story was different. First it takes place in a post WWIII North America. The supernatural beings everything from werewolves to witches are a result of mutation not some overlooked species or magical beings that we ignorant human know nothing about. This concept alone was almost enough for me to give this story 5 stars. Another thing in the plus column is how the author lets Cassie's lack of knowledge of the world explain to me the world that they are now in. I am usually annoyed by completing clueless female characters but in this case it worked. Cassie is aware that everything she thought that she knew is not the truth. She wishes she could wallow in her feelings and she does have a few melt downs but she doesn't let that stop her. Her feelings make her seem real not superhuman or cold. The love story part of this seems almost like backseat passenger. I knew it there and was interested, but it didn't have that candy sweet destiny love bit that I see all too often in shifter stories. That lack of predestined mate stuff help build the tension between Cassie and Rafe and kept me wondering. So if I loved it so much what held me up with that 5th star? The ending, there are too many unanswered questions. The end comes on so fast that I was irritated. This is clearly just a piece of a much bigger story. I prefer to skip the waiting around for the next little bit and just wait for the whole story. I know there are others that like the smaller more manageable parts but I am not a fan. I will read the next book or several books because I am intrigued by the world this author has created.

  • ErienneTheis
    2019-03-23 06:05

    After World War III ravages the world, a handful of lucky people are taken to live in "the domes", where they will be safe from the inhospitable outside world with its radiation. Inside the dome, Cassie participates in The Program, a virtual reality simulation; however, when an image of her dead mother appears and helps her escape the dome, she realizes that not all is what it seems. After the Twilight saga became popular and was followed by all the hype and annoying teenage girls with an over obsession of the paranormal, I've tried to avoid both vampire and werewolf stories. However, I have a weakness for books, especially free ones so this particular book ended up on my kindle. Getting bored with a book I was reading, I selected this one to read as a sort of intermission. Three hours later, I had the book finished and was feeling pleasantly surprised. Although this book isn't the most amazing thing I've ever read, it was pretty good. Radiation from the war has caused humans to turn into mutants; so we have werewolves, vampires, aliens, zombies, and witches all running about. I found it interesting, new, and intriguing. Like I said, pleasantly surprising. It had romance (no love triangles thank god), some action, puns. The one thing I got irritated with was Cassie's tendency to say or act really dumb or really corny throughout the story. All in all, I found it an enjoyable read; and a quick one.

  • Natasha
    2019-03-27 08:17

    Marked By The Alpha is a great beginning I fell in love with the characters. Cassandra is on of the best heroines I have ever read she strong and determined to survive in a world she no longer knows. She was kept in a drome among others not knowing what was really going on in the outside world. The only things Cassie know is what they tell them that the outside is still contaminated from the World War III. Cassie soon finds out that not everything is what it seems to be when her mother comes into the program to let her know she needs to leave soon. When she leaves she meet the Alpha of a wolf pack Rafe takes her in ever though she is human. That's when everything seems to go wrong and Cassie blames her self for endangering the wolfves she come to like. This books has adventure, drama, and a hot Alpha couple finding their way to each other!!!!

  • Cindy Barton
    2019-03-31 06:59

    I truly enjoyed the spin on the paranormal that Scarlett Grove employed for Marked by the Alpha Wolf. It is always a pleasant surprise to find a new version of how a paranormal came to exist, and this is definately a new one. Cassie is a young woman who has survived World War 3 and has been living under a dome that is protecting the people from the radioactive fallout. She has never had a reason to doubt this protection until a virtual test reveals some inconsistency to her beliefs. Where is the real danger, outside the dome or in? Outside the dome she finds zombies, werewolves, witches and druids. She also finds spaceships that seem to be able to find her wherever she goes. She also finds out that she is not as weak as she thought she was. Along with a pack of wolves led by Rafe, the alpha, she sets out to destroy the evil lurking and free her friends.

  • Haley Whitehall
    2019-04-11 07:20

    I give this book actually 3 1/2 stars. This book is hard to describe it is a shifter post-apocalyptic romance with aliens and magic and zombies. Cassie has lived in the Dome since World War III ended leaving the world outside unsafe due to radiation. After dreaming about her deceased mother she escapes the dome and realizes that the outside air is safe to breathe but the zombies and vampires are dangerous. Quite by accident she is given shelter with a wolf shifter pack and starts falling in love with the bossy alpha. Sometimes the random turn of events had me rolling my eyes, but even then I was always on the edge of my seat.

  • Cassie
    2019-03-26 00:55

    This is book one in a three part novella that has so many different scenarios in it. The author is still writing and there's seven books now with another still to come. Normally, I don't read these types of books....knowing there's a cliffhanger ending. But the author does well to not leave it on a cliff hanger. I've already started the second and it picks up like when she was writing decided to say...oh hey....wouldn't it be cool if I made these separate books that people had to pay for! Luckily I have kindle unlimited or this author wouldn't be worth taking my time. I will finish out Cassie's story...but if it doesn't get better...I won't continue on to the Dragons.

  • Mei
    2019-03-28 03:58

    Clinical and bland. There was no heat whatsoever to this story. No urgency, suspense, nothing. The idea of the story is great. The delivery fell flat. I wasn't optimistic when zombies were mentioned in the synopsis and with good reason. The presence of zombies, in a paranormal story, is just plain WRONG! Zombies have become too commonplace today to be "paranormal". The vampires/aliens were bad enough. The witches appearance, much too brief. Could be MUCH better...Best thing about this book is the price...FREE! On my Were Scale of Hotness, 1.5 stars.

  • Priscilla Robinson
    2019-04-19 07:06

    ALIENS AND WEREWOLVESALIENS AND WEREWOLVESI wasnt sure if f was going to like this book but I must say it was great. It had every weird thing I could think of and still it blended prefect together. Vampires, ALIENS, humans, shifter, ww3 the list goes on and on. Can't wait to see how Cassie does now that she has been changed. This was a new take on shifters a new take on paranormal.for that matter and I'm completely fascinated. Plus I really really like the lead characters.

  • Kyleigh
    2019-04-12 06:19

    Couldn't finish this book. It's too jumpy and unrealistic. One minute you're introduced to the program and the next she's running away from it before you learn anything substantial. Not to mention she gets nearly raped in the second chapter despite the supposed red flags she feels toward Tanner but manages to escape and seems fine afterwards. Then there's the fact that the author used the word phallus to describe an alien cock. I just couldn't take it seriously after that point. It needs a good developmental edit and the author needs to work on showing not telling.Just not for me.

  • Kimberly Walden
    2019-04-18 03:13

    4 1/2 star read. Was free on Amazon. This is a totally different kind of book. Apocalypse causing zombies and werewolves? Human running from vampire aliens? BUT it worked. The story kept me intrigued. Would recommend this to others. IS a cliffhanger if you want to make it one but could be read because it kind-of comes to a good stopping point. The other 2 books is part of Kindle Unlimited.

  • Cinnamingirl
    2019-04-10 02:17

    Meh. The idea was interesting but the execution definitely left quite a bit to be desired. Sorry, a brainwashed 20 year old suddenly being all into a guy a decade older, and then discovering she has psychic powers? The story was all tell and no show, and Cassie is quite frankly childish and annoying. Which I get that her situation would cause that, but things just happen way too quickly in this book with very little development. Also, needz moar editor. Lots of homophone errors.

  • Sherri Ripley
    2019-03-22 03:56

    Aliens. Zombies. Shifters. Witches. Not a mixture everyone will enjoy as much as I did. Fast paced action series leaves reader with lots of unanswered questions at the end of each book. These stories are on the short side for quick reads thus character development and elaborate details are limited. Keeping this in mind I found the first book are right up my alley and immediately read books 2 & 3.

  • Lori
    2019-03-23 01:06

    Read it straight through!I've said it before-I love books with new ideas. That's what we have here. I like the lead characters. The story is unique and because of that it keeps you guessing, anything can happen. And this book gives us a lot of possibilities, that is what really won me over. I got book 2 before I wrote this!

  • Mellissa Monteforte
    2019-04-17 23:54

    I was not sure what to think of this story in the beginning and I usually not a fan of a book that is told in almost completely one POV, BUT this series is just wow. I read this series this past weekend and actually really enjoyed it. It gave a completely different perspective of the normal paranormal world I have read and most definitely worth reading.

  • Teresa Lauster
    2019-04-18 01:14

    Marked by the alpha wolfThis was one of the best books I've read in a long time .the storyline was fantastically done if all the books in this series is written like this one I cannot wait to read them

  • Michelle
    2019-04-02 07:59

    marked by the alphacassie escaped the dome to find that everything she's been tough is a lie. now she is trying to figure out who and what she is. now she is Ralph mate and a warrior.

  • Liz Wood
    2019-04-05 00:13

    Hot steamy sexI couldn't wrap my head around the improbability of the mutations leading humans to mutate in so many ways, to shift into wolves, cats, etc., but not effect the cactus plants on the desert?

  • Aspen
    2019-04-13 00:04

    Amazing!!!!!I give this book 5 stars for its originality and creative plot. all of my favorite paranormals smoothly integrated into a believable and attention grabbing storyline. I'm definitely hooked on this series and can't wait to read more.

  • poul williams
    2019-03-28 00:12

    is a very good book

  • King
    2019-03-22 06:16

    the book is excellent but more how to develop the hirtoria of intrigue and suspense.because this to me is an excellent story.

  • Jilly
    2019-04-16 06:13

    Good start

  • SheLove2Read
    2019-03-28 01:18