Tod Leben’s Proving Alpha Status: Characters part 2

[Proving Alpha Status] is a fantasy werewolf novel. [Amazon US].

The ebook will be free on Amazon from March 13th to March 17th.

[Part 1]

Proving Alpha Status’s Characters: The Lycacon Pack

There are many great characters in this story. Interested in learning a little more about each one?

The Lycacon Pack has many characters. Here’s a few:

Brian Lycacon:

Known as Grandpa in the compound, Brian is the father of Ryan and Anthony. He was raised as a paladin with expectations he’ll be the alpha besides the alpha herself. You only get to meet the elusive mother of Ryan, Alpha, in the final moments of the book. Brain is trying to keep things controlled while she fights against things most in the family don’t know about.


Previous alpha successor until his mate died. He knew he couldn’t succumb because pack needed him to act as successor. In his chaos run to handle the death of his mate, Stacy and Lydia showed up. Lydia ran for him because he is her true mate, a special match in the werewolf world. Few know about that.


Stacy’s mother who helped her flee during the coup at the Agenthas. She was happily mate of the alpha, but was being used by several that lead to the coup. She blames herself more than most know about.

Anthony is her true mate, and she ran for him in the chaos. She was trying to handle the blow out in her heart from loss of mate while trying to protect her child.

She is actually infertile. Stacy under her mother’s and father’s instructions offered a potion that kills her chances of child.

The various Lycacons:

There are several Lycacons within the book. You’ll notice the positive ones are connected to Brain and not the pack as a whole. The disconnect with the alpha has become required to have a positive relationship with Stacy. Stacy suggests she has no friends in the group. And Ryan isn’t treated the best, even if that’s better than Stacy gets.

You can buy the ebook or paperback of Proving Alpha Status on Amazon (US).

If you have any specific questions about any of my books, let me know. I am always willing to talk about my work.


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