Today we are celebrating the release of ALPHA MAIL by Brenda Rothert. This book is a contemporary romance, standalone title. Check out the purchase links for Amazon, iBooks, and B&N below and some teasers from the book.
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Alpha Mail by Brenda Rothert
An adult standalone, contemporary romance
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They love the word “mine”.
After spending her early twenties in and out of relationships with alphas, Sienna used her knowledge to found Alpha Mail, a booming business that allows women to sign up for emails, letters, and texts from their own brooding, red-blooded man.
Her star is on the rise and Sienna is attracting the interest of investors when a mysterious man starts messaging her about the true nature of an alpha. She’s got it all wrong, he says, and he’s willing to show her how a real man makes women respond.
The more Sienna hears from him, the more aggravated she becomes. Who does this anonymous, supposed alpha think he is, anyway?
And yet…she can’t deny his messages are becoming the best part of her days. Commitment-phobic Sienna finds herself wanting more from her sensei of seduction. But is she willing to trust her heart to an alpha again?
Sweet baby cheezits, this book had me laughing at all kinds of inappropriate times. But it's so much more than just a RomCom, and that's what surprised me about this book. There's a reason why Sienna wants Alpha Mail to be success (I had to Google the reason and was surprised with what I learned). It's apparent from the start of the book she takes her business seriously, but the further you get into the story the more you begin to see how the messages she's exchanging with RoughRider16 have her seeing the world and the people in it in a whole new light. There's also the conundrum of wanting to know who your admirer is and what would happen once you learn the identity. Are you able to still continue on with the relationship that started out anonymously once the identities are revealed? Will further communications be awkward or flow seamlessly as they have been?
What really stood out to me was that there is indeed character growth, but that it's Sienna who grows and she gained much more respect from me. The secondary characters help round out the story and I'm hoping we'll get a story about Carmen and her possible love interest sometime soon.