Book Spotlight: Alphas of Seduction by Various Authors

Alphas of Seduction
(Once Upon an Alpha #3)
by Victoria Blue, M. Clarke, Avery Flynn, Anissa Garcia, Jenna Jacob, Isabella LaPearl, Mickey Miller, Lauren Rowe, K.M. Scott, and Sierra Simone
Date Released: October 16, 2018

About Alphas of Seduction
A glance. A touch. A word. And then it begins...

When an alpha falls in love, it's not just about the fire. It's the spark. The moment he's pushed to his limits by the person who will transform his life and his heart forever. He just doesn't know it yet...

The push. The pull. The possibilities...

The hottest heroes. Their greatest challenge. Nothing they've ever conquered will equal the ultimate quest of all--or the excitement of that journey. Nobody knows this better than twelve of your favorite romance fiction stars, bringing you their ultimate alpha males in short stories meant to make you smile, swoon, and celebrate the best part about falling in love…

The seduction.

Once Upon an Alpha, along with 4 Paws for Ability and these several bestselling authors, bring you this page turning, limited edition, anthology that’s sure to keep you up well past your bed time and craving your own Alpha of Seduction.

Alphas of Seduction Contributing Authors:
Threadbare by Victoria Blue
Always and Forever by M. Clarke
Little Tease by Avery Flynn
Lost Seduction by Anissa Garcia
Seducing Sophia by Jenna Jacob
Just a Little Mischief by Isabella LaPearl
Picked Up by Mickey Miller
The Secret Note by Lauren Rowe
Hard as Stone by K.M. Scott
Red and White by Sierra Simone




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