- File Size: 1623 KB
- Print Length: 110 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 13, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0795LKBP1
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,008 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Omega Revealed Kindle Edition
"The Summer Children" by Dot Hutchison
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I liked this story. Ryker was such a good alpha for Gage. His inherent instincts were responding to Gage's and they were the perfect match. It's when his head told him one thing and his wolf told him another that he got into trouble with hurting Gage. When they finally get it together, however, it was tender, fierce, passionate, and the true claiming that both of them always wanted but never thought they'd find.
The small confrontation with the heir-apparent was off-putting mainly because of how the descriptions cheapened Gage and Ryker's experiences with him. It hinted at a larger confrontation, added drama, darker motivations, that never happened. That scene could have been excluded and we'd still get the caste expectation frustration, sexual role misunderstandings, and identity angst.
The medical treatment wasn't really touched on much, just some caveats that they knew pretty much nothing of benefits, side-effects, duration, or anything else, so it was nice for the story's end-point but not really something to think too hard about lest you get bogged down by legitimate scientific consequences of hormone treatments. Gage's consultation with Dr. Petra, however, was perfect because she was able to address stereotypes, misconceptions, and dispel any notions of a caste-wide experience. The ending was a bit abrupt but it allowed for the final "wish" Gage had in regards to his beta versus omega experience. Overall, though, the story was interesting, applicable to gender identity issues in real life, and full of tender, fierce acceptance. Ryker was a great champion for Gage and under his love and attention Gage could finally flourish.
Omega Revealed by author Tanya Chris is the second book in the Omega Re series. I found this is a good story and didn’t have to be read in order to be understood.
This is written in dual POV. I like this POV the best. It allows me to get inside both character’s heads and get how they feel in a more personal manner.
Gage is a Beta he is really an Omega at heart, but his smell and build have placed him as a Beta. He really hates it. He usually stayed the human world where he didn’t have to deal with alpha, omega, betas. He could just be himself.
He really wanted an Alpha of his own to love. One who makes him feel small, protected, sexual but he knows he can never have that.
Ryker is an Alpha. He is dominant, protective. He doesn’t see Omegas as having one roll. He is progressive in this thinking. When he connects with the most unlikely Omega he must make his mate believe that he can be who he is and Ryker will love him anyway.
I liked this story is about being accepted just the way you are. I think we all want that. This story did a great job of investing me as the reader and making me want more. When you want a romance with heart and soul I highly suggest this one.
Five Shooting Stars
A delightful tale of a young wolf struggling to come to terms with his identity in the shifter hierarchy.
This is insta-love in it's truest form, but in this world, nature will have her way.
This author's writing has a way of drawing you into the flow so you have no choice but to be swept along with the current!
I have loved every Tanya Chris book I've read, but the stories set in this universe are unique. (There are also plenty of extremely funny moments that kept me giggling and highlighting. I love an author with a sense of humor).
This is a sequel to Omega Reclaimed, which was an absolute joy to read. Omega Revealed enjoys cameo visits from the characters previously introduced in Reclaimed.
However, each book stands totally alone and it is by no means necessary to read Reclaimed to fully understand and enjoy this one. (But do yourself a favor, and read it; it's fantastic!)
Nice work, Tanya!
This book is HIGH HEAT, with lots & lots of sexy times of the "wolfy" variety, and prolific naughty language!
I received an advance reader copy of this book directly from the author, and have voluntarily submitted my review.
Thank you Tanya.