- File Size: 1023 KB
- Print Length: 133 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Romance Authors (November 21, 2014)
- Publication Date: November 21, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OPFM5J0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #178,098 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Blue Mountain: An Alpha and Omega Shifter Gay Romance (Pack Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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If you have not listened to an audiobook by Sean Crisden, this is a great book to start with as you meet the Blue Mountain pack and follow Simon and Mitch's love story. Sean has the ability to breathe life into a book, he brings characters off the page and to life.. Something you just have to experience.
So let me tell you about this story. Simon is a male Omega shifter. If you are new to shifters the Omega is the counterpart to the Alpha, usually the nurturer and helper of a pack. To have a male Omega is unusual .. Hence Simon's life of not fitting in. That all changes when he meets Mitch, an Alpha of the Blue Mountain Pack - Mitch's Life changes when he realizes this new shifter in his territory is not only an Omega but his mate. Simon is Leary of any pack and wants nothing to do with joining the Blue Mountain Pack; however, Mitch has other ideas he is not about to let his mate disappear. I enjoyed watching these two get to know each other, learn to trust each other, and ultimately fall in love. When it comes out why Simon wants to avoid "pack life" it is heartwarming to watch Mitch comfort and make his mate a priority.
I cannot wait to get more from the Blue Mountain Pack and my hopes are we will get Sean again for the audiobook. 4.5 Stars -- rounding up to 5 Heartwarming stars!
The story moved at a believable pace. It took a long time for Simon to start following his instincts and let Mitch in, but given his abusive past, it would have felt wrong if they'd instantly tumbled into bed together. This is the first book I've read by this author, and I'm certain it won't be the last.
First thing I have to say about this audiobook...this narrator was phenomenal! Wow, seriously one of the best I've heard. I fully plan to search out his other audiobooks and add a few of them to my wish list. And with his incredible narrating, I adored this book.
Simon is a male Omega...something that is considered wrong by most shifter wolves. He's also gay, which is something they can scent, so that makes him even more wrong. As a result, he's spent his entire life as an outcast and having to battle both mentally and physically for everything. His mother left her pack when they kicked him out...because she loved him and couldn't stand the idea of him being alone. But now he's had to return to his original pack lands to bury his mother and that's brought him to Mitch.
Mitch is the twin brother to the Blue Mountain pack alpha. He's an alpha in his own right, but has no desire to run the pack. He's only supporting Freddy...but he's a stranger to this pack and he's a bit lonely. So it's a huge surprise when he meets Simon and realizes they are mates...something he never figured he'd find as a gay shifter.
The problem arises in that Simon doesn't trust anyone and he's never been safe enough to follow his instincts. Mitch says they are mates, but he sure doesn't trust that. I found the set-up of this book really interesting. You don't see many omegas in shifter novels and I liked Cardeno C's twist with having him be male. The story was great and I definitely enjoyed both characters. Mitch is rough and alpha, but he has such a sweet, soft side. I loved how he was willing to do anything to make sure Simon felt safe and secure....even when it was killing him to give Simon that space. It made him a great hero. And then there's Simon. It's not his nature to be strong and forceful, but he has had to be to survive. That's turned him into a great character who truly is someone that works with Mitch so well...it makes it so they come into this relationship as almost equals even though Mitch is so much more naturally powerful. Simon holds the reins in this relationship.
I enjoyed this first book, but I have to admit, I'm surprised it's a series. I have no idea where the series will go, but I'll definitely follow it because I loved Mitch, Simon, Freddy, and Donia.
Mitch efforts to make his mate feel safe, happy and truly loved are the sweetest thing I've read in a long time. You can feel the undeniable love he feels from moment one and you know it would've been the same, mate or no mate.
They are just perfect for each other.
You get alternate POV which I always love cause I feel you get a better understanding of the MCs and I'm nosy that way ;)
And even though the sex happens late in the book for totally understandable reasons, it's hot and of course sweet when it does. I'll confess to usually liking my M/M love nastier but I can and do appreciate sweetness like this every now and then.
It's was beautiful to watch their story go.