Synopsis: A tortured Omega is rescued by a Triad of uber-powerful Alphas who claim to be potential mates. However, when the new bonds are tested by a deceitful plea for help, betrayal, and quick doubt among the potential mates, fear and anger overwhelm trust and developing love.
You also see many of the same elements in Indago, a Harry/Draco story from the skyehawke archive published in 2005. Draco, Harry, and Snape turn out to be magical creatures called Indago, who are genderless but fall into categories of Supero and subicio, who are extremely similar to alphas and omegas, except for knotting. There is still scenting, heat, self-lubrication, mpreg, use of Supero pheromones to control or placate subicios, and Superos establish a dominance hierarchy and use the terms alpha and beta.
Karma has it in for Moswen. Trouble follows him around like a demented, faithful dog. Moswen never means for things to happen the way they do. It just does. And while things may seem bad at first, everything eventually works out for the best even if the road to getting there is a less than a smooth ride.
The Dialogue of John and Sherlock Series by cwb – Sherlock decides that he and John are in a romantic relationship. John tries to educate Sherlock on what that actually means. (this is the cutest, Sherlock is literally hopeless)
It seems like fate, then, when the two men’s paths happen to cross at a bar one evening, and they spend the night together in the rapturous throes of ecstasy, revealing their true selves in a way that they’ve seldom done to anyone else around them.
Technically, the two protagonists were brothers, so people interested in “brocest” will see a theme that touches on that type of pairing. In reality, if that idea squeaks one out too much, the “genetic brothers” theme is really not central (and the story would not read very differently if they were simply two Alpha best friends who formerly had only formed a deep emotional and sexual but not permanently mated bond.)
“Ah!” Kyo turned around, his eyes widening in delight at the beautiful pie that Grimoire sat down on the table. “What is that? It smells wonderful!” He said, drool almost immediately beginning to fill his mouth. He swallowed thickly and looked at Grimoire who grinned wickedly his way -which usually always meant something bad.
fell in love with both Rocco and Kade and the doggies (including Mr. Lulu) and Luna (Rocco’s sister) and Poppy. I liked the first story in the series but absolutely love this one, it’s going to be for Odin to top this one!
“The nurturing & bonding process of pregnancy stretching beyond gender stereotypes. Different facets of parenting reflected in a male/male relationship (strong omega daddy + tender alpha papa). Baby cuddles.” -Iris
There aren’t a lot of MM authors out there that can pull me in within the first couple pages of a book, but Odin Nightshade does it every time! I received an ARC of Charmed Fates and this is my freely given, honest review.