Claiming Mia (Dot Com Wolves 1)

Claiming Mia (Dot Com Wolves 1)

by Alisa Woods

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I'm a mess. Broken. Lost my mate and almost myself. In no shape to help anyone.
Then the sexy girl serving me drinks stumbles into trouble with a bunch of wolves who are bad business--I should know. They're the competition. And they're as dirty at dot-com investing as they are predatory on young things like her. So I save her. Because I may be broken, but I'm not an ass.

Only she shows up the next day at my office. As my intern.

And now the Red pack is after her, putting us square in a pack war--one she doesn't even understand. I'm in no shape to claim a mate--not happening--but if I don't, the Red's jackass of an alpha will.

I'm just trying to earn my degree and dig my way out of poverty.
I was born a shifter--more of my bad luck--but I've kept that a secret, so it doesn't ruin my life. Shifters are monsters. Criminals. And I'm trying to make something of myself. This internship at the hottest internet business development firm in Seattle is my ticket out... only the boss is a wolf. And insanely hot. And he saved my life.

I'd break all the rules for this guy--except he wants nothing to do with me.

The wolves who do are the Big Bad Wolf kind. The kind I've always heard about.

I've got nowhere to turn... but to the one guy who doesn't want me at all.

Claiming Mia (Dot Com Wolves 1) is a super-hot complete story with HEA.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161206409
Publisher: Alisa Woods
Publication date: 06/29/2018
Series: Dot Com Wolves , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 2,290
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Alisa Woods lives in the Midwest with her husband and family, but her heart will always belong to the beaches and mountains where she grew up. She writes sexy paranormal romances about complicated men and the strong women who love them. Her books explore the struggles we all have, where we resist—and succumb to—our most tempting vices as well as our greatest desires. No matter the challenge, Alisa firmly believes that hearts can mend and love will triumph over all.

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Claiming Mia 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good book. About 282 pages on my tablet. The only part in the story that I was getting frustrated with was Lucas's fighting with himself to not claim Mia. It was getting a little redundant. Plus, for some reason after the "business deal" went through everyone thought Mia would be safe. I couldn't see why they believed that when unmated female shifters were highly sought after to the point of being stolen. And finally, why is it Mia never asked the wolves to help her find out who her father is???? Just wondering about that because I would want to know...... Still, a good book though...............................................................................................................
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a good read but it drug out at times. It could have been a great read it just need more of the wolves and more of the pack doing things to help along the way.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was a little fed up with Lucias and Mia, but overall a great story.
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Very good book kept me on the edge of my seat
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved loved loved this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A Wonderful Story of Awakening and Young Love I do enjoy Ms Alisa Woods Shifter Worlds. I’ve had this novel for a while. I’m glad I’ve finally taken the time to read it. A fantastic ride! Ups downs, twists and turns in the Alpha-ruled World of Wolf Shifters in Seattle. In this story, we meet Mia who was raised by a human mother and never knew her Shifter father. She is saved from a group of wolf shifters from a Pack that are not on the up and up. Enter our hero, Lucas, a broken Alpha who has been through a devastating loss. He’s so broken, he believes he’s beyond fixing. Enjoy this story of Awakening and Young Love. You won’t be disappointed. Now, let me finish this so I can read the next in the series, “Saving Arianna”.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Every time I thought I had it figured out the story would drag out and a twist would be inserted. I expected to see Mace again in the last chapter but was wonderfully taken to a glorifying ending! Loved it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great read. There were some grammatical errors here and there but none took away from the storyline. This book follows Mia as she discovers what it truly means to be a wolf and part of a pack. She finally found where she belongs :) Plenty of action throughout and some laugh out loud moments thrown in. Highly recommend the read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was fun to read. I love reading paranormal romances and mysteries. Claiming Mia was funny and at times kept me glued to the pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice and steamy!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very enjoyable read, exciting characters, great story, I've enjoyed every book of Alisa Woods that I've read, and intend on getting any she writes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow! A great story, grabes your attention in the first 2 sentences. The characters are full and rounded out nicely.. They grow and become more as story unfolds. From the smallest detail to the intricate plot twists this story has it all. Just love Mia and Lucas.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fantasy and hotness. Wow. Stinking rivals ruin stuff all the time.
JEA2 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book, it has a good storyline. Can't wait for more from this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The books are least four years old so I don't understand why any book needs to be pre-ordered. This is by far the dumbest female wolf in the history of fiction. There is little to no love between two of the brothers, not a very wolf behavior. Lots of mistakes, needs editing. Story is weak, focusing more on sex than character development and the underlying story of Lucas' heartbreak and rebuilding his life. Could have been a wonderful, heartfelt story, but author dropped the ball.