A Stella Review: His Wildest Dream (Portville Omegaverse #3) by Xander Collins

RATING 3 out of 5 stars

Dreams really do come true …

When Daniel goes into a debilitating super-heat while delivering a package to the office of one of the wealthiest men in town, he is horrified. It’s not like any other heat he’s had before, and he finds out it could have been caused by some very compatible pheromones.

Those of billionaire Cameron Styles.

He can’t fathom that Cameron could be interested in a young, poor omega like him, but when he’s asked to move into Cameron’s penthouse condo, he can’t turn down the chance to live out some of his dreams.

Cameron has hidden himself away in his penthouse ever since his omega partner was killed in an accident. He has made sure to not come into contact with anyone who might set off his powerful alpha hormones, or touch his heart.

Until Daniel walks into his office, that is.

After Cameron inhales Daniel’s scent and sees the sweetness in his eyes, he can’t get him out of his mind. But he’s afraid of love and pain, and most of all, of scaring an innocent omega with his depraved desires.

Can two people from different backgrounds let go of the pain in their pasts and come together to find the love they’re searching for?

His Wildest Dream is a Cinderfella-style romance of 46k words. It includes a May/December relationship between a sweet, virgin omega from a poor part of town and a reclusive billionaire single dad, and is served up with a big side of kink.

It is a very sweet, incredibly hot mpreg romance with kids, babies, a lavish wedding, and a super-HEA that will have you smiling from ear to ear.

I chose to review His Wildest Dream cause it was some time I hadn’t read a male-preg story and I wanted to give this new release and its new to me author a chance. The blurb sounded interesting and all the premises were there for me to enjoy it. Male-preg, MCs with an age difference, one of them widower and with a little daughter. It seemed perfect.

I found the novel well written, easy to read and clear, quick and lovely. I liked the plot and the feelings I got from the characters. Both Daniel and Cameron (but the second characters too) were positive persons, even if they went through a lot of hurt in their pasts: the first was thrown out from his parents and lived on the streets until he met some of his actual friends; the second  with the lost of his omega and father of his daughter after a car accident. Nonthless there was really no space in the story for sad moments or bitterness, just love, laughs and smiles.  I have to say I preferred the first half of the book, I’m a lover of sweet romances but from a certain point onwards there was too much sugar and less realness, it was just a little too much perfect and easy to be real. I’m not talking about the male-preg part, of course, but about the dinamics of a new family like the one Cameron and Daniel are creating. I needed a couple of flaws or just a little duscussion at least. That’s the only reason I didn’t give the novel an higher rating.

Although His Wildest Dream is part of the Portville Omegaverse series, it works as a standalone, I haven’t read the previous two books and I had no problems with this third installment. I met the MCs of the other stories but they didn’t take space from Daniel and Cameron’s romance.

The cover is sweet and clean. I like it.



Kindle Edition, 177 pages

Published May 12th 2018


Edition Language English

Series  Portville Omegaverse #3

By Scattered Thoughts

At over 50, I am ruled by my terriers, my gardens, and my projects. A knack for grubbing about in the woods, making mud pies, and tending to the injured worms, bugs, and occasional bird and turtle growing up eventually led me to working for the Parks. I was a park Naturalist for over 20 years, and observing Nature and her cycles still occupy my hours. From the arrival of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in the Spring to the first call of the Snow Geese heading south in the Fall, I am entranced by the seasons. For more about me see my bio on my blog.

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