When an Alpha Purrs - Eve Langlais

When an Alpha Purrs

By Eve Langlais

  • Release Date: 2015-06-04
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 711 Ratings


A lion’s pride isn’t defined only by those he commands but also resides with his hair, so when a human dares to butcher Arik’s mane, he gets his revenge—and claims her as his mate.

A billionaire CEO and leader of the largest East Coast pride, Arik is a ladies man and a lion. Used to commanding others, and obedience, he can’t believe it when a hairdresser with tempting curves chops off a hunk of his precious mane.

But her biggest mistake is in running from him.

Run as fast as you can, little mouse, because this cat loves to chase—and pounce.

Oh, and he also likes to nibble on tender bits. What he doesn’t expect is to fall for a human woman, a woman who can make the impossible happen because everyone knows lions can’t purr…until now.


  • When an alpha purrs

    By kayebesue
    This USA well written book. Funny , sexy and a page turner
  • Fast witty and utterly charming

    By Lacy1001
    Delightful read. Could use a little less kitty reference. Loved the pace and characters. Quirky, quick and just enough angst to keep the reader on the edge of their seat.
  • When a Alpha Purrs

    By Jossielou
    Touches of danger, excellent story line, and shifters so I couldn’t ask for more. What I loved the most was all the laughs and giggles made the story truly something I enjoyed.
  • The Epilogue

    By GoldenGirl.96
    For me, the epilogue was the highlight of this book.
  • Fun

    By Omahanut
    Cute, quick fun read.
  • Great

    By 5217panda
  • God awful

    By straighttalker198
    I disliked this book so much! The guy literally did everything he wanted regardless of how she felt. The girl should’ve rejected him. The plot sucked. There wasn’t a chemistry between them, all they did was bicker. The guy was so frustrating, he kept contradicting himself! The girl kept running away from all her problems. There was many flaws with the book.
  • When an Alpha Purrs

    By DRGunn999
    To begin with, Angela Langlais is my absolute favorite author. I have yet to read a story of hers without laughing, cheering, and falling into deep like for her characters. Not love, that’s for my husband and family only. This is another story that had me laughing until tears were rolling down my cheeks. The heroine is always sassy and independent. Who really likes to be ordered around by a man they just met? The hero, while always caveman possessive, is arrogant, proud, and patient with the woman he just has to have. He always wants her regardless of how she acts. There is always comedy along with a strong storyline that just keeps getting better. Would I recommend this book to friends? Already have and do recommend this author to anyone who loves romance, comedy, and a really good story. I know I haven’t said anything descriptive about is particularly story because you just need to read it. Along with anything else Angela Langlais has ever written. Just read and enjoy!
  • Great series

    By Jessicadonaldson1982
    I love this series and others by her. She always has a way of character development that makes it easy to see why two fall in love. Opposites in some areas and common things in others makes them fit together like puzzle pieces. There is always humor and awesome chicks and guys you can’t help falling in love with too. If you like this one, check out her others. Bunny and the bear might sound silly but it is a hilarious series too! One of my all time favorite authors! Always a fun read.
  • A fun read

    By Pdb44
    Kira and Arik was a fun couple. Love the beginning. She really put him in his place. Loved it. The Pride was funny. Kira was a strong woman, but naive and annoying toward the end. Instead of her accepting the protection Arik was providing, she lied and escaped, knowing the danger was real. The ending result was what was expected, since she would not listen. Arik was fun. So arrogant. I loved his Beta. Didn't tolerate Arik's crap, but knew him so well that when the situation called for action, he was on it. I did not feel the since of fear that Gregory caused Kira to run. I understand what he did, but the author could not pull me in to believe she was in danger. I did enjoy the book and will likely move on to the next in the series.