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Summary

Lost. Stolen. Forgotten...until the Alphabits step in.

Seven audiobooks, four epilogues, one complete volume!

Join the Alphabits on seven separate missions while they rescue shifter kids in danger, find true love, and discover what it means to be part of a team...and a family.

The Alphabits aren’t vigilantes. These former soldiers and officers of the law have to do things by the book - even when it tears them apart to do so. But once all their ducks are in a row, the bad guys had better beware! You do not want this team of protective alphas on your tail.

And don’t miss Gizmo, Spencer, Cyrus, and Finn each sharing a special moment from what happens after the happily ever after in four bonus epilogues.

You can expect to find naughty, knotty scenes of steamy passion, along with a lot of potty-mouth language and some violence. HEAs definitely included. Seriously, would you expect anything less from Susi Hawke and Crista Crown?

©2019 Hawke and Crown LLC (P)2020 Hawke and Crown LLC

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awesome!!

loved the entire series!! I'm hoping we can get another series out of these characters and also the A.L.P.H.A team from the original series.

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Brilliant!

I loved this series! As a follow on from Team Alpha, this series will take you from soft feels stitches with well written characters and plots and a good dose of tongue in cheek humour! Definitely a must read!!

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  • Latecia M Jennings
  • 01-09-20

Great!

Loved all the Alphabits! my favorite was Adrian and Pierce...Adrian had me in stitches...all the omegas were the best really...the narrator was soooooo good...he kept it entertaining...

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  • Kashonna
  • 20-08-20

Love the Alphabits

The Alphabits are every bit as loveable as Team Alpha. Each couple in this series is great together. John does an amazing job giving voices to this rowdy bunch.

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  • Stephanie G. Buchler
  • 18-08-20

Loved it

This series is delightful. I enjoyed the warm and energetic portrayals of adolescent angst these were acted-out beautifully by the narrators.
The stories were romantic and sexy. Characters were great.

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  • Catherine Paz
  • 02-01-22

Far fetched

Seems like it's mostly sex. Not very believable with the guys getting pregnant when they have sex. Too many men couples, there should be some women couples as well as men with women couples. I did like the rescue plot even if there wasn't much to it.

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  • D
  • 05-05-22

TRULY DISGUSTING!

where to start? The part that alarms me the most is the mind of the author. This is some really weird stuff. They mix adult fiction with supernatural child protection services. That alone is enough to raise some red flags. He goes from talking about an abused child to a sex scene.
Okay, so that doesn't bother you enough to say no? This book gives you no context. You start off will a chapter from an abused child's point of view who is narrated by John Solo In baby talk... the narrator already has a creepy voice. I'm sorry John I have no clue how you got a job narrating books. His voice makes me cringe.
Alright, so back to the lack of context. You hear that a gay couple moved in next door to this abused child. Then it switches to another characters narration, a man and his pregnant mate. eventually it involves into a sex scene were I realize they are both men. good right? well one of the guys is pregnant..... okay? how did that work??? well I sure as hell don't. In this serious guys get pregnant and there isn't anything to shed light on that.
This is a book about child abuse and male impregnation. I'm against burning books but this one should never of been written. truly disgusting.

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  • 10-08-21

Alaphabits

Loved these stories , Characters and situations they we're both amusing and dramatically enjoyable .

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  • B.McGrath
  • 25-07-21

heartwarming

Inspirational and impactful . I liked that the shifters goals were to find or rescue abused and kidnapped kids. I also liked how the tough alphas found insta love and fated mates, and immediately procreate. The special part is that they all became a family regardless of blood ties. Loads of feels and warm and fuzzies. Do Gooding all over the place!!! The narrators did a great job bringing the characters and story to life. John used a myriad of voices and accents to add to the magic.

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  • 04-08-22

Surprised all written by two women.

Struggled to finish all seven because not heard male shifters getting pregnant ever before.

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  • JJ
  • 22-06-22

Not for me, but cute

I really can’t get on board with the “man having a baby” thing. The story makes references to moms but none of the couples are m/f relationships, just m/m. So are the moms actually male, or female? There are funny parts in the interactions between characters. This story just isn’t well written. The narrator did an ok job, but there are parts where the different characters are voiced too similarly.

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  • SupermeanRose
  • 22-06-22

This may be the first series I don’t finish

First off I didn’t realize this is a MM romance series. It has some original ideas and plots. Although not my traditional genre I decided to continue after book one. By book 3 I was starting to feel bamboozled. By book 5 I was over it. It’s the same book only the names and locations have changed. Sadly disappointed.