An Alisa Eeview: Forbidden Omega (Omegas Book 1) by Caitlin Ricci

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Rating: 2.5 stars out of 5

 

Logan is worried about his mate, Sebastian. For months now Sebastian hasn’t been sleeping well, is barely eating, and is becoming increasingly distant. Logan has no idea what’s wrong with him, but his last hope is to bring an omega into their home. It’s an unconventional choice, but Logan will do anything to help Sebastian.

 

Logan’s uncle, an alpha who lives a few hours away, has an omega who isn’t fitting in well with his large pack. Connor isn’t good in crowds and he’s lost in Allen’s pack. When Logan offers him a new life with just the two of them, he wants the change, but he’s not sure what to expect.

 

Life with Logan and Sebastian is quiet and Connor loves seeing the two of them together. As he grows closer to them both, Connor knows he’ll do anything to help the two of them mend their relationship. And, slowly, that relationship begins to include him as well.

 

This was an interesting concept for how wolf shifters live and mate, unfortunately I’m not sure how I feel about it.  I mean seriously in order for Sebastian to tell Logan how he was feeling it took a Connor coming and staying for a whole two days for them to work everything out, which was completely unrealistic.

 

I wasn’t able to connect with these characters or their thought processes, it was all about what they wanted and after so much resistance Sebastian had a complete change of heart and wanted to bring Connor back to them.  It just didn’t add up for me.

 

The cover art by Martine Jardin is nice and gives visuals of the characters.

 

Sales Links: eXtasy Books | Amazon | B&N

 

Book Details:

ebook, 90 pages

Published: November 1, 2019 by eXtasy Books

ISBN: 978-1-4874-2715-3

Edition Language: English

Series: Omegas #1

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