Alpha and Omega Series Book 1
By: Patricia Briggs
Narrated by: Holter Graham
Length: 10H and 6M
Anna never knew werewolves existed until the night she survived a violent attack...and became one herself. After three years at the bottom of the pack, she'd learned to keep her head down and never, ever trust dominant males. But Anna is that rarest kind of werewolf: an Omega. And one of the most powerful werewolves in the country will recognize her value as a pack member - and as his mate.
Great book by Briggs, the narrator does an excellent job with all the different characters, very entertaining book, and can't wait to listen to the next one, being a big fan of the Mercy Thomson series, I was a little skeptical about this one, but she's just such a good writer, you just get sucked in to the story.
By Teleasa (Roseville, CA, United States) Mar 9, 2009 This was one of the few books I could not put down. I read a few of the reviews and thought I would give it a try. It was great. There was just enough suspense to keep you on the the edge of your seat and also keep you guessing as to what would happen next. I am a big fan of romance novels, especially those that have a great storyline. Some authors get too wrapped up in the sex aspect and forget to actually create a story. Ms.Brigggs did a wonderful job. I am definitely looking forward to reading the next story in this series.
By Susan (Hammond, Ontario, Canada) Feb 23, 2010
This series is set in the same world as Mercy Thompson's world. Samuel's brother Charles (Bran's enforcer)and Anna his newfound mate are sent out by Bran to track down a rouge werewolf in the woods and hopefully bond while they are out there. Holter Graham did a great job as the narrator, providing different voices for the characters. I HIGHLY recommend reading Patricia Briggs short story "Alpha and Omega" which you can find in the book "On the Prowl" which is the true beginning of the story,as cry wolf literally picks up right where the short story leaves off. Look for it as an ebook or check your local library. You also won't get a real understanding of Anna without reading it. It really does make Cry Wolf that much better of a read. Patricia Briggs scores again.