If only I hadn’t been captured on market night…
Despite being born an Omega, I refused to spend my life in a facility, waiting for a suitable Alpha to claim me as his. Instead, with the help of my family, I broke the law, hiding among the Betas, trying to live a normal life.
It worked for five long years…
… until I was caught..
Now I’ve been chosen by Arius, the second most powerful Alpha in Sandor. The moment my scent reached him, overcome by the rut, he had to take me. As his mate, I can have anything my heart desires – anything he has the power to give.
The only thing I don’t have is a choice.
Publisher’s Note: This dark MF Omegaverse romance contains elements of power exchange and explicit scenes which may trigger some readers.
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I am really torn about this book. I think it has the makings of a great book. However I’m a little unsure about certain things. It is my first time reading an Omegaverse. I had to look that up. For those of you who don’t know it is an alternative universe where males can get pregnant (that doesn’t happen in this book) and there are three major roles; Alpha, Beta, and Omega.
Now for someone who reads a lot of shifter books I understand those roles for the most part. In this book, I’m not sure if they are shifters or not.There is a lot of shifter like qualities such as growling, purring, and a claiming bite. I think that is were I got most confused, although this is normal in an Omegaverse.
It is a dark read although from what I gather not as dark as some in this particular subgenre. Like I said the story line is great. I liked both Arius and Saskia. They were great although she was a bit more defiant than most omegas. I would have liked a little more interaction between the various roles. We, of course, get plenty of Omega and Alpha action but I get the feeling that Arius feels more for those in a lower station than him. I think, now knowing what to expect, I will enjoy the future books even more.