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Alpha's Submission: an MMMM Mpreg Gay Romance (Irresistible Omegas Book 2) Kindle Edition
Can four men find love when old legends turn out to be real and enemies come at them from every side?
Lidon, Vieno, Palani, and Enar are finding their way in their relationship, but things are about to get a lot more complicated. New arrivals on the ranch bring new knowledge, and Lidon steps into a legendary identity, finding powers he never knew he had.
But he’s not the only one who knows the old legends, and between his newfound powers and the conspiracy Palani uncovers, they’re making enemies left and right. When his mates and his home are threatened, Lidon takes a stand and vows to protect what’s his. But will it be enough?
Alpha’s Submission is an MMMM mpreg romance and the second book in the Irresistible Omegas series, which combines epic world building with suspense, romance, sexy times, and all the feels. This is not a stand-alone but continues the story from the first book. It ends with a HEA for our four men, but their storyline will continue in the next books as secondary characters.
"I am really looking forward to the next book in this series. I have no idea how many more books that she has planned (hopefully several since there are so many complex issues swirling) but you can rest assured that I am on pins and needles waiting for the next book after that final sentence." - LoveBytes Reviews
- ASIN : B07D9CDF6T
- Publication date : May 25, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 1411 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 314 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1983155772
- Best Sellers Rank: #83,869 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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They discover the plot against the omegas actually goes a lot further up than they first believed. The knowledge of this put them in more danger. So they began fortifications on the ranch to strengthen security as well as declaring themselves a pack with Lindon at the helm as Alpha.
Quite a bit of this story however is about Enar and how he feels about his place in the pack as well as the foursome. He feels more like a beta than an alpha and he is having a hard time coming to terms withit as well as translating it to others.
This is where my mixed feelings come into play. I like the character of Enar a lot as well as reading about his story and struggles and how his men support him. However there is once again a lot of rehashing of the same thing over and over which makes the story a little long winded. Also, once again, there is lacking significant time for the Connective plot of the books. I like Smut and romance as much as the next person but I also want this plot to keep moving at a good pace. I'm hoping this will change.
Over all worth the read. Don't read without the first However.
Character development, continued...
Minor grammatical errors... They cause some hiccups in the reading flow... But, infrequent in their appearances throughout the novel...
I think Palani and Grayson are my favorite characters so far... Just to give an idea to the characters I am drawn to...
Somehow I always gravitate towards the confused ones.
The story picks up where the first book left off. It’s one thing that the men made the decision to become a foursome, it is entirely another to actually be in a poly relationship. It was especially hard for Enar, who’s a born alpha, but always felt different. To fully feel the connection and be completely in sync with his men, first he had to accept himself. He struggled a lot to come to terms with his true nature, thankfully his men were there with him every step of the way.
Otherwise, all four men were in each other’s arms in some way, either just comforting each other or… yeah, going at it like crazy bunnies, but thankfully it didn’t feel too much.
Now we got the omegaverse and the shifter-world mixed up (not sure everyone would like that), but how it was explained by Lidon’s uncle and Grayson, a famous alpha writer, it made sense to me. We got a bit of wolf-history.
The mystery got a bigger role this time, but it’s still not over. I’m not sure what to expect from the third book, because I kinda feel like we got almost everything from these men, and I think I would prefer if the story would continue from the other foursome’s (or moresome?) POV, otherwise to me it would feel a bit overdone, and it wouldn’t be about the romance anymore, but about the conspiracy, but let’s hope the author will prove me wrong. On the other hand I loved seeing the mystery unfold from Palani’s point of view, he’s whip-smart. And I want to see the pregnancy too from… well, everyone’s POV.
Palani continues his research into the gene. The truth becomes a convoluted mess he needs everyone's help to understand. His strength fortifying the men he loves.
Lidon knows his foursome is exactly as it should be. He is ever the alpha, protecting and loving his men.
Vieno knows he is fated to be with Lidon but he also knows the other men complete his life.
All of them settling in, getting comfortable in their new normal. When danger comes to their home they quickly pull the people closest to them in to the safety of the ranch. A new member of the family has information for Lidon that will change the course of their lives, possibly the course of history.
A mated foursome, Vieno, the omega in the middle, the heart. Lidon, the Alpha, in control of his world and his men. Enar, an alpha/beta unsure but deeply in love with Palani, the beta, his strength ties the pack together. Four strong men finding their way together
My biggest issue is that the story has tons of unanswered questions that revolve specifically around these four men, but this is the “end” of their time as main characters. The next books focus on different pairings in the pack.
I’ll probably read the next book, but I’m a bit frustrated at the moment.
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This follows straight on from the first book and doesn't hang about with the storyline. Thank goodness.
I like the way the reader gets to see some of how each of the MC's feel and it doesn't just focus on one characters viewpoint, as so much would be missed and there is a lot going on.
The blurb tells it all really. I enjoyed seeing their relationships progress, the building of their pack and the further investigation into the conspiracy that's going on and how it affects them all. I'm looking forward to finding out where the author is going to take this as I like the main men (Palani being my favourite, Enar my least and not because of his identity crisis) and there are some interesting secondary characters in there too.
Off to read the next one now and the focus is on a different set of men who no doubt will have their own set of problems.