Saved is the first book in the series and I enjoyed it. I didn’t end up loving it unfortunately but I absolutely enjoyed it and I really very much enjoyed seeing Braun and Tarek again in this one. In Heard, Jax is coming at his relationship with Karter from a similar emotional place as Braun was to Tarek. Both Jax and Braun are strong, independently minded omegas. They are both coming from a place of being dominated and dictated to, and are reluctant to be in a relationship because they want to be treated as equal and are wary of whether that’s possible with an Alpha. I liked the way Jax dealt with everything and how he handled all of his emotions. Although I like Braun and understood all of his trials and tribulations, I guess I felt like he came off a little bratty maybe? I’m not sure, he just didn’t melt me like Jax did. I was never turned off or had to remind myself what he had gone through to understand or justify his reactions. I guess the best way to say it is that while he was strong he wasn’t rigid, he still had soft edges.
In the end, I felt there was a cliffhanger. With how the author ended it I felt like someone hit me in the face with a wooden paddle; with WTF on the tip of my tongue. I can only assume Rian is going to help Taryn in his own way with the Pack War. I guess I will have to see if the next book in the series goes in this direction. If so I will give it a try; if not then unfortunately I must say I cannot go further with this series.
Akatora had bedded the younger nin a few times, and he did recognize the lustful movements, sounds and poses when he saw them. He looked the younger man up and down, and gave a low growl in the back of his throat as a confirmation on how he felt about it.
Jax Hollister is no stranger to shifter prejudice. After watching his older brother convicted of a crime he didn’t commit, it’s the entire reason he left his pack to become a shifter defense attorney in Capitol City. Jax loves his work, there’s a gaping hole in his personal life. No longer content with merely defending shifters, he wants to find one he can love…—an omega he can claim as his very own.
”Grell..I need to squat..Help..Help me..Please!” He moans before Grell grabs his hand and helps him up,Before getting behind him and holding him up,His arms under Sebastian’s as he enters a deep squat. He rocks back and forth into Grell repeatedly,Moaning out as he bears down hard,The pain and pressure ripping him apart. He gasps for air as he collapses,But Grell catches him and holds him in the squat. Sebastian’s knees begin to shake uncontrollably as he bears down hard,Finally passing the shoulders. With another push,The baby is born,Straight into his soaked underwear. Sebastian gasps and releases the afterbirth,But his eyes go bug wide as he feels his water break again.
”Well,That did the trick. Maybe now things will progress at a faster pace.” He says before placing a fresh towel on the wet spot and trying to ignore the wetness in his own clothing and the ever growing pain in his stomach.
One of the teenagers took steps toward me. He lifted my sweatshirt to expose my belly. I was afraid that he might do something. I took steps back until I hit the wall. Now I was leaning against the wall nowhere to go.
WARNING: This short story contains Minor Language, Mpreg, and Descriptive Labour and Birth Scenes. If you do not prefer any of these, than this is not the story for you, and I would recommend that you not read it. Especially if all you wish to do is comment on how much you think Mpreg is disgusting and wrong. If you have anything against this story, you can note me. I would prefer not to have comments that do nothing but start flame wars.
Single and popular, James is obsessed with the high life and does not want to settle down. That is, until he meets Stewart. Devastatingly good-looking, charming and aloof, Stewart is everything James never knew he wanted; except that he seems to have something against James and everything he stands for.
Synopsis: With his former, rather abusive alpha dead, Caden is unsure that his new alpha, Fletcher, will truly be any better. The lot of omegas is usually to be playthings and breeders for their alpha masters, but the new alpha indicates he will not breed or impregnate an omega against their will. However, Caden’s work in helping fellow omegas may require him to seduce the new Alpha, who on the surface appears to be much less abusive than his previous master. As both omega and alpha work for their own opposing ends regarding their own safety and survival as well as in broader political struggles, the two have a difficult time resisting the powerful, natural, and sometimes magical attraction between them. (This story is in an omegaverse type of setting.)
Though it became apparent very soon that not even many years of friendship equalled the bond of the brotherhood amongst the Seal Team. Colin was so stoic despite how he was treated, even by the man he loved, Ed Adami who put his Seal brothers before his friend of nearly twenty years. Colin kept his head up and his eyes forward – he didn’t bow or break.
I love these two books and the narration by Gus Klondike is just perfect! He does the emotion so well and I love his pacing and voice quality. He does a nice job with the voices and making the listener feel like they’re part of the story.
I love Omegaverse stories. Having discovered them quite by chance last year with the “The Country Omega” by Penelope Peters, I am always keen to read new authors in the genre because each approach their world-building differently – hierarchy, function/role, society expectations and even some being just all male – it’s exciting to read a variation to a theme. So, having also read Leta Blake’s “Slow Heat” (which is referenced in the opening of this book) I was eager to read this – the blurb was go …more