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He’s a wolf in billionaire’s clothes.
Conri Fallon is King. King of the boardroom, the bedroom, and above all else, King of all wolf shifters of Irish descent. It’s not an easy job. For starters, there’s a whole other clan that wants him dead. And there’s a woman of legend who will either be his salvation or his destroyer. It doesn’t help that the moment he meets her, it’s clear that she is meant to be his in every way.
Orla Kelly is happy with her life. The good, the bad, and the ugly. The good part is that she’s top of her class in med school and destined for greatness. But she’s not your stereotypical beauty. Sure, she has a pretty face and great boobs, but she’s just too curvy for her own good. She’s grown into her body and come out on top, the rarest of women. An alpha female. Which is fine and dandy when you’re living in Manhattan. But a whole other issue when you find out you’re part wolf. And even more difficult when you find yourself surrounded by a pack of hot men.
Alpha Wars is the epic saga of two warring clans of Ireland who have fought for dominance for centuries: the Faoladh and the Conroicht. But there can only be one Alpha. And a woman holds the balance of power.
About the author
Victoria Barbour is a USA TODAY bestselling author. She lives on the island of Newfoundland on Canada's windswept east coast, and is fiercely proud of her home. She can imagine no better setting for her contemporary romance novels, and hopes that her readers will one day come to witness Newfoundland and Labrador's rustic beauty for themselves. When she's not hard at work creating her Heart's Ease contemporary romance series, or trying to convince people to visit her home, she's busy with her day-to-day life as a mother, wife, and marketing communications specialist.
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