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Kindles in the Wild – Abducted by the Alpha – Susan Bliler – April 9, 2023 – Jurassic Quest

As you guys might have noticed by now, I am basically a kid at heart, and I drag my kids (sometimes unwillingly) to places and events that feed my inner child. On this adventure I dragged my youngest daughter and her boyfriend along for the ride. I once again found myself in Erie, PA, as I often do, and it just so happened that there were dinosaurs there as well. Apparently, this group tours around with their animatronic dinosaurs to spread Jurassic knowledge to the masses.

The setups were fantastic! Although it was a little difficult to take pictures because of the lighting and size of the exhibits. They had areas for all ages including life size rides that moved and could be used for photo ops, too bad my ‘kids’ were too old to partake. I certainly recommend this exhibit to any of you that enjoy dinosaurs or who have littles that do. Oh well, we still had a good time and then we headed outside to enjoy the water and get in some walking.

The book that graced my Kindle app on this adventure was by one of my favorite authors. This one I have read several times since it was originally published, but I just can’t help falling back on my old favorites when I get overwhelmed as to what I should be reading next. The characters are like old friends, and they make me smile as I watch them work through their issues to reach their HEA. I love the story and how it seamlessly flows with the other books in the series. Why even now I find myself wanting to put down what I am doing and read the book all over again. At least until she publishes my next new favorite story.

Happy Reading!


Jurassic Quest

Bayfront Convention Center

1 Sassafras Pier

Erie, PA 16507

Abducted by the Alpha (Territory Series Book 7)

Published to Amazon on May 23, 2020

Author Susan Bliler

Gray Kincaid, one of the most dangerous wolf-shifters in the world, is finally home. After years spent in the wilds of British Columbia with his four brothers, Gray is looking forward to reclaiming his life as a human. But during his absence, someone has been dipping their hands into his wealth. No, not dipping. Someone’s been outright stealing from him, Gray Kincaid! The sheer audacity has him on a hunt that leads to a small female who, not surprisingly, works for his company. Regardless of how innocent she looks, or claims to be, Gray will have his money back, or he’ll keep the woman in return. Finally, taking a long-awaited vacation, Sien McMichaels is terrified when she’s abducted by the driver sent to take her to the airport. After a failed escape attempt, she’s dragged to a massive manor and kept in a dungeon, a prisoner of the driver who claims to be Gray Kincaid. The Gray Kincaid of Kincaid Enterprises, the owner of the company where she works. He’s got the wrong woman though because Sien is a simple girl with a simple life. She wouldn’t dream of taking anything that isn’t hers and doesn’t understand when all the signs of theft point to her. She’s determined to prove her innocence to her infuriating captor even though Gray is equally committed to punishing her for crimes she didn’t commit. *This is book 7 in the Territory series; however, each book focuses on a different couple and can be read as a standalone.

Official published review:

Have a little faith

This, this right here is why this author continues to be one of my favorite authors. She builds her characters into bigger than life personalities and then creates a storyline that just grabs your attention and won’t release you. I love that we got to see some of our favorite previous characters and meet new ones. I would have loved to meet Sien’s best friend, but I feel like she might be for a later book. The story is full of emotions and energy, it just flowed together perfectly until I found myself crying and celebrating the HEA. I hope that the author intends on bringing us more books in this series because I can’t wait to read what happens next.

5 stars


My pack territory is in Central Montana, between Stone Crow Estates and the North Fortress. Born and raised in an untamed location that bridges the gap between rolling prairies and majestic mountain peaks, I am born to a family that also bridges the gap between cultures. My father's people boast a fiercely proud Scandinavian ancestry while my mother's tribes descend from two savagely beautiful and unique nations (White Clay and Nakoda) that inspire my Skin Walker series. I'm a huge fan of MMA, boxing, 30 Seconds to Mars, DMX, Nahko and Medicine for the People, and 21 Pilots ("...sometimes quiet is violent"). I also love to read because it encourages me to write. (I hate it when authors add that they love coffee and chocolate. Really? Who doesn't love coffee and chocolate?) Anyway, I love beer...kidding. I don't love beer, but we are engaged in a very serious relationship. (Mom, please don't call me when you read this.) Please leave feedback....well, only if it's positive. "Keep in mind that I'm an artist and I'm sensitive about my sh*t! (Erykah Badu lyrics!) Author’s Website: Author’s Facebook: Author’s Instagram: Author’s Amazon: Author’s Goodreads: Author’s BookBub:

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