A Hyde Crossover Novella
Happily Ever Alpha World
by Layla Frost
She was my princess.
I was her psycho.
Two worlds colliding with a BOOM.
There was a sh*tstorm brewing. Whispers. Rumbles. A rot—fueled by greed and protected by corruption—that’d seeped like sewage, eating away at everything it touched. The only people I trusted were my brother by blood, my brothers by patch, and the crazy Irish-Scottish bastard I did jobs for.
That was why, when the hot-as-hell blonde started trailing my brothers and me, I had to act.
Maybe Ophelia Kline was working with the enemy—playing me with lies from that damn mouth. Or maybe she was innocent—caught in the spread of toxic rot.
Either way, she was mine. And when push came to glock-in-the-face, I wouldn’t let her go.
Because all good relationships start with a BOOM and a little kidnapping… right?
Until Mayhem started off with a bang and no lie I felt like what is going on here!! But I quickly got with the program and couldn’t put this book down.
5 Until Mayhem Stars on Goodreads
Until Mayhem: Happily Ever Alpha World is a Hyde crossover novella by Layla Frost. Another whopper edition to Aurora Rose Reynolds Happily Ever Alpha World Series.
Ophelia never suspected that ogling a group of bikers walking into a grocery store would get her in so much trouble. She definitely didn’t expect to be kidnapped and have her life change forever. She rolled with the punches without irritating or spineless. She was such a likable character.
Judge saw her from the very first moment he pulled into the car park and may have let the Boom get in the way of suspicion. Did he over react… Hell yeah but it was still enjoyable to read. I loved the chemistry between the two and I also loved their banter back and forth.
Judge and Ophelia are characters you immediately fall in love. Their story might not have started off in a traditional sense but you can’t help but rote for them until the end.
I also loved having Nox and all the Hyde crew included, I love a good secondary crew to make a good brilliant! I highly recommend reading this book.
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