Read Alaska by Bella Johnson Online


"AN ADULT PARANORMAL SERIES by Bella Johnson"After Chloe Pryce's final careless mistake, she's forced to move from sunny California to live with her father in rural Alaska. Where Chloe is greeted by the town's finest and fiercest boy; Grayson Holtz. But Polar, Alaska has it's own fair share of dark secrets and Chloe - well she's about to get caught up in it all. This is th"AN ADULT PARANORMAL SERIES by Bella Johnson"After Chloe Pryce's final careless mistake, she's forced to move from sunny California to live with her father in rural Alaska. Where Chloe is greeted by the town's finest and fiercest boy; Grayson Holtz. But Polar, Alaska has it's own fair share of dark secrets and Chloe - well she's about to get caught up in it all. This is the first book in the muti-novel series "Wolfstate Chronicles"....

Title : Alaska
Author :
Rating :
ISBN : 9781494329068
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 478 Pages
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

Alaska Reviews

  • A.Lux
    2019-02-24 13:27

    Fake Happy 2.0 I don't care if people other people liked it. I didn't. I was thoroughly annoyed by her character.Sorry. Even though I have nothing to be sorry for. It just wasn't my cup of tea.Cliche, but not really cliche, yeah right...

  • Lauren
    2019-01-24 16:27

    Amazing novel, I read it on Wattpad. This book is full of love and all the obstacles involved in love. Set in the most amazing place, Alaska, it creates this atmosphere that the author uses and helps make this book fanatic. A young girl falls in love with a boy she cannot have, but trust me this is no cliché novel! But you have to read to find out what I mean. I recommending reading if you love; romance and, werewolves and soulmate. Can't wait for more from this fabulous author.

  • Megan Suriadji
    2019-02-22 16:22

    I think this book is a really good book. I get drawn to it somehow, I have no idea how this is even possible. I've never been drawn to a book as much as I have to the Wolfstate Chronicle series. Bella really shows good outcomes within the whole story. Many of my friends love this book as well, but I'm so attached to it that I can't read another book. ALASKA is my favourite book on Waatpad, I just sank into the book and would recommend this book to anyone.

  • Lucy
    2019-01-29 15:27

    So, lets start at the beginning. I left a review on Amazon, and since then, I've read the rest of the book. It took me hours to read it. And since then, I've felt that I should share this with the entire community. This book is not good. But more of that later in the review. I read this book when Bella was writing on Wattpad. I liked it, it needed a BUNCH of editing, maybe some trimming with the characters--because let's be honest, they're annoying as crap--but I saw real potential in her story. When she announced she was publishing, my reaction was sort've like this: Then, I bought it for 99 cents, because let's be honest, the paperback is WAY to expensive, and I wanted to know if she'd invested enough into this book to actually deserve a place on my shelf. I was glad that I did that before dropping twenty dollars--because let's be honest, my reaction while I read this book, was slowly slipping to painful. I had to FORCE myself to read this stupid book, with the characters being flatter and more confusing than before. I HATED this book. I don't hate books very often. Sure, I get really angry because books don't go the way they really should. BUT I REALLY, REALLY hated this book. For one, the book was not edited. Like, large glaring error edited. Like the author only had her friends look over the book, and they didn't know what the heck they were doing. It was bad. Missing commas, missing quotation marks, more and more made me just want to rip my hair out. The dialogue was flat, the characters more so, and the story jumped around and was so boring, I went back to reading Twilight just so that I could read something exciting for a change. I big issue was the content. I didn't understand what the author was trying to do with her plot. It was all over the place, and didn't make any sense. It jumped, a LOT and I wasn't even sure that the author planned between her arcs. Just that she wanted to get there, even if it meant sacrificing her entire book to get there. Third: characters. They are as flat as the pages of her book. Like, damn, they have NOTHING about them. Grayson's the biggest jackass of them all. He's abusive, borderline psychotic. Chloe is a naive girl who sits down and whines the entire book. Literally, I think that she is the definition of spoiled, and stupid. Just. Wow. I haven't hated a character more than House of Night, and at least I could get through the first and second book of that. Fourth, descriptions. They suck. Bad. First chapter, when we're introduced to Chloe, she's described as having "iced-over" eyes. She's cynical about her appearance, but can stop an entire room with her beauty. Okay, should I call you Chloe, or maybe Bella Swan, or Mary Sue perhaps? God, just... wow. The romance is NOT ROMANCE. It's abusive, it's rushed, and it doesn't make sense. It's the most uncomfortable thing to read in the entire book. There is no push pull feeling, there's just telling, and that's what the majority of this book is. The author just TELLING us what to think. Never really allowing for the character's actions to speak louder than their words. I don't really know what to make of it, but I defiantly don't like it. At all. Don't bother trying to read about the secondary characters, they're so flat, I'm sure that they've inverted themselves on the page. It's like someone took a bunch of random facts, stitched them together, and called them characters. Yeah, not a page turner. Looks like no secondary characters will save us from our misery of this book, this day, or any other day. At least Twilight had wonderful side characters. Another thing I had a huge problem with, not counting the crappy dialogue, the unexplained romance, or the *gag* horrible descriptions, was the way the author built her entire story. Usually, there is structure, there is sense, there is a semblance that the author knows what they are doing. Nope. Not here. Not at all. I could tell where the author had other scenes and cut them out, but didn't bother to even stitch the wound so we (the readers) couldn't even tell that it was there. It was horrible. Just, I wish that she would've invested some sort of time and energy to look over her book before putting it out there. So, overall. I give it a 1/5. Don't read this book unless you want to take out a red pen and actually figure out what the author was trying to do herself.

  • Melissa
    2019-02-03 09:08

    Alaska was one of my favourite werewolf stories I've read in the last few years. It takes a different approach to the werewolf story and instead of the characters being perfect and together straight away, they deal with real teen problems and react like teenagers. Bella has a great voice for teen fiction (any fiction lol!) and this first book in her wolfstate chronicles is definitely one you should read.

  • Amanda Wilhite
    2019-02-17 12:28

    Not too impressed. Seemed like a remake of twilight with bits of fifty shades of grey thrown in for the more risqué bits. It wasn't too believable and I never really got in tune with any of the characters, especially Chloe. Many of the action scenes seemed rushed and I don't mean to sound rude but there were a LOT of grammatical/spelling errors. I'll probably read the next book (since that's where I'm from, Texas) but I don't know how on board I'll be. We'll see how it goes!

  • Lisa Hinson
    2019-01-31 16:00

    GOOD BOOKGood story line. Grammatical errors and typos make reading it difficult sometimes. Started reading it on Wattpad, and didn't appreciate having to buy it to be able to finish it.

  • Audrey
    2019-02-02 14:23

    This book is awful, I'm not sorry for my opinion and I don't want to offend anyone, but I thought that it was just crummy.

  • Camille
    2019-01-25 13:07

    i couldn't even make it halfway through this book. too many glaring errors. it is really so hard to find a good editor??

  • Cassandra Elizabeth
    2019-02-15 16:29

    I read this back when it was first published on wattpad and I was SO excited when it was published into a real book. This book is amazing ! I recommend it.

  • Elizabeth Patch
    2019-01-25 17:21

    Absolutely loved this book! Very well written and the attention to detail is great!

  • Deborah
    2019-02-04 10:09

    Review originally posted on Hills of BooksSo yes slight spoiler but, this is a another werewolf book and yes it follows some of the very well known tropes which come along with the werewolf theme. However, I have read my fare share of this kind of book and this one has somehow caught my attention. I normal rate a predictable 'just-another-teenage-werewolf-romance' around the three star mark, this kind of stories I find to be an enjoyable light read but Alaska has managed a 4 star rating as I think this might be a story which stays in my memory slightly longer than the others, it was by no means perfect but it just had a little bit ... more. I think the two main things that I liked about this book were; firstly we get an unique and challenging location, I find that I so many werewolf stories are set ' in a small town near a woods' or 'in the back streets of a city', where the weather is constant with a were timely rain showers thrown in for effect. But this book -if you hadn't worked out!- is set in the cold rugged and rural Alaska. I liked how we got to see Chloe's realistic fears and apprehensiveness about living somewhere so different from where she is used to. From her fear of being alone at night in the wilderness to her reluctance to drive even on the nicest days. Over all I just liked that weather plays such a life changing aspect of the Alaskan people and it was interesting to see Chloe adapt to that culture. The second thing for me has to be the relatability of Chloe's character. One thing that made her relatable was those first friendships that she creates, when she first arrive at school in Alaska reminded me of my first years of secondary. The sadly realistic shallowness of them and the way that Chloe is drawn to first people who are friendly towards her only to realise that they aren't the best of friends to have. As I said there were a few things that I would have liked to change about this book. Firstly, I have to admit Chloe's family situation did have to remind me of Bella's from Twilight, with the eccentric mother and the partially absentee cop dad - who is trying hard now that she is living with him. Secondly, although we do get some interaction between Chloe and some of Grayson's friends, I would have liked to see more interaction between Chloe and members of the pack (and maybe some of the rival pack), and to know more about the politics of the packs in Alaska. Overall, this book has somehow stuck out for me within the 'same-y-same-y' werewolf subgenre, and I wish we were getting more book following Chloe and Grayson as they (and those around them) cope and adapt to the changes that take place at the end of this book. To anyone who is a fan of the werewolf genre who is search though those 'same-y-same-y' werewolf books in the hope of gem, I suggest you try this one.

  • Megan
    2019-02-17 10:29

    Firstly, I must admit while some people's guilty pleasure reads are cheesy romance novels mine are cliche werewolf novels. Yes, I love cliche werewolf novels. Needless to say, this seemed right up my alley. In an unfortunate turn of events though I'm disappointed that I have to say this one just didn't do it for me. For me a good cliche werewolf novel has one thing that's going to set it apart: characters. However, I really didn't feel invested at all in these characters. Probably as a result of the fact we know very little about them. Observe:"Little" accidentally killed her mum's dog forcing her to live with her dad in Alaska. She is human. She is from California. Her parents are divorced. Her English mark sucks."Wolfboy" is from Alaska and is good looking and a werewolf. He has siblings. He is in line to take over the pack. His math mark sucks.Not sure what talents or skills they have. Not sure what triggered the rocky relationship between two brothers. Not sure if Grayson (wolfboy) has a good relationship with the rest of his family. Not sure if Chloe (Little) has any relationship with her mum. Not sure what points the main characters connect on besides the physical ones. As far as I can tell the only thing they have in common is half a school schedule.As far as the storyline goes it follows the very familiar line of the bestseller 'Twilight' mixed with cliche Wattpad werewolf. I am contemplating dabbling in the second book on the thought that it might give some more substance to these characters. A small part of me want this to redeem itself. For now however, I think I'll be laying this series to rest.

  • Sarah
    2019-01-31 09:00

    Good lord no.

  • Yanaih Amador
    2019-02-12 12:08

    Has potential 2.5 starsDisclaimer: I didn't actually read the whole book (I stopped at 30%), which goes to show how it was severely lacking.Dislikes: While I love me a strong main character who doesn't take crap and is upfront, Chloe just seem straight up rude most of the time. Yeah play hard to get make the boy work for it BUT don't be so rude as to dissuade the audience from even liking the main character.Chloe was a complainer, plain and simple, I get being upset about moving, hating the cold, and thinking her new town is lame but, to do nothing but complain and not even try to make the most of it it's a bit too immature.There was no background or plot setting, no build up and definitely not enough detail. All of a sudden, Chloe just starts dreaming of a wolf, and no explanation or good details about said dream from the author. Like um ok?The relationship dynamics isn't consistent or showcased in the proper way. Chloe has personal boundaries she doesn't want crossed but there is never a background or explanation as to why. She'll just freak out on Grey when he crosses a line with no explanation and then it's dropped like nothing happened. All in all, things weren't explained and there wasn't enough detail to really understand and sympathize with the characters.Likes: The two main characters, Chloe and Greyson, had some pretty funny lines and conversations at times. It seemed as if they were building up to a good relationship dynamic with awkward and witty comments. There is a lot of room for growth in this book.So if you don't mind the dislike list or if you just don't analyze the books you read in depth like that, then this is the book for you. However, if you read books and are very critical about them then maybe this isn't for you. On kindle it was $3.99, I think if it was $.99 it would've been more worth it. I will eventually finish the book, when I don't have anything els to read but, it's not on my priority list.

  • Katlynn
    2019-02-01 11:18

    I first read this on wattpad and loved it. Now that I have had the chance to read it on published format, I loved it even more. Some has changed from the wattpad version, but not much. I'm head over heels for her Heart of Hunters series, and this series is also one of her series that I love. Chloe Pryce is moved from sunny California to Alaska to live with her father. Chloe meets the finest boy she has ever seen, Grayson Holtz. But, Polar Alaska is anything but normal. There is a secret in the town, that only the people involved know about. She gets caught up in all the drama and finds out about the secret as well. Chloe is a strong character who deals with a lot in this story. She is strong from the beginning and grows as the story progresses. The ending was absolutely amazing. It really pulled my heart strings when her father was the last to learn she was alive. This book is one of my top ten books because of the writing and the author. Bella Johnson is who inspired me to become a writer.

  • Chloe
    2019-02-20 12:06

    I really enjoyed reading this book, and have read it multiple times! It isn't the typical werewolf romance and it has some element of truth in it. I cried when Chloe was in the car accident and every thought her to be dead. It really pulls the heart strings when you realize her father was one of the last people to know she was alive. However there is also humor in the book through killing her mother's Chihuahua and Chloe's refusal to add Grayson as a friend on Facebook. I would recommend this to supernatural, romance and fantasy lovers. It is a book that can be read again and again!

  • Keisha
    2019-02-02 14:16

    I wasn't a huge fan of this book. I read this on Wattpad and I love werewolf stories but I really didn't like this. Chloe was annoying to me. With her resistance in certain things and her friend from back home coming to see her just irritated me more. But I like Grayson! I am also reading the second book and I don't understand why sex was so bad for Chloe and Grayson but for Abby and Colton it was like easy peasy. No sense there!

  • Mandy Thomas
    2019-02-23 15:07

    This is an awesome story with such a different spin on the werewolf genre you just can't help but keep reading. Bella creates a believable plot and characters out of the fantastical! Stunning writing and great depth of characters. I'd thoroughly recommend it to anyone wanting a great holiday read. It took me a day to read, couldn't put it down. Loved it x

  • Jhade Cabural
    2019-02-04 09:17

    i didnt finish it on wattpad cause it was already taken out when i started reading on the site. i'd like to read it until the end. i dont know about the others but i love every male character this author had created..

  • Viri Islas
    2019-01-28 16:10

    Im am head over heels with this book. Started reading it on wattpad and once i found out it was published i begged my husband to order it! The characters seem so real and you just feel transported into the book as if you are chloe! Love love love this and looking forward to the sequel!

  • Mia
    2019-02-06 15:03

    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I loved it

  • Vena Tafari
    2019-02-21 09:09

    I read this on the Watt. The desire in the story was amazingly intense. I loved it, I'd like to read it as a novel as opposed to my experience with it on wattpad. Nice chemistry, lovely setting.

  • Wendy Nelson
    2019-02-09 12:22

    A fabulous werewolf story from a great new writer. Will NOT disappoint!!

  • Lindsey Owens
    2019-02-15 15:01


  • Haley
    2019-02-22 10:05

    AMAZING! one of the best I've ever read

  • Jody Robirds mclane WP
    2019-02-12 15:14

    First started reading this on Wattpad and fell in love with it. Then went and bought it to add to my collection

  • Melissa Nelson
    2019-01-26 10:11

    Loved this book it is by far one of my top favorite werewolf story love Chloe and Grayson they are so crack me up but there amazing together your and amazing writer and keep up the great work

  • Stephanie Reichert
    2019-02-01 14:18

    I enjoyed Alaska very much.

  • Ronda
    2019-02-07 13:08

    Loved this book! One of my favorite new authors that I first found on Wattpad.