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Midnight Alpha by Carole Mortimer
Series: Alphas #4
Published by Self Published Genres: Contemporary
The London underground is divided between the Montgomery family and the Markovic family who decided a truce was better business than all out war. With the recent passing of Dimitri Markovic his son Gregori has taken over the family ventures. Though ruthless in his own way the new Markovic leader is nothing like his sire and plans to move into legitimate business.
Five years ago Katya Markovic acquiesced to her father’s pressure to marry Sergei Orlov, the son of a NYC criminal family. She came home briefly for her father’s funeral but since that day Gregori has had difficulty contacting her and he’s worried.
Years honed from a life in the UK Special Forces unit Dair Grayson runs an elite security firm, including protection for the Montgomery family. In a show of respect and to circumvent questions from the Orlov family Gregori Markovic asks Dair to locate his sister and make sure she’s alright.
Infiltrating Harmony View Clinic is simple. Rescuing her proves easier than getting Kat to open up and tell Dair what’s going on. At one time Kat had a massive crush on Dair. Can she trust this stranger now with her secrets? Telling him the truth could get them both killed.
Midnight Alpha seductively draws the reader into a wild ride of twists and turns. The well written drama flows beautifully as suspense builds page by page. Kat’s story of a poor little rich girl is justified. Dair is all man no matter the situation. Their romance has boulder size problems, yet neither is willing to give up. An intelligent, sensuous story Midnight Alpha keeps the reader completely engaged. Smooth, adult, and so fun.