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Omega's Choice (The Black Ridge Wolf Pack) (Volume 1) Paperback – May 25, 2017
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When I first started reading I had high hopes but my hopes were completely dashed. This book read on more of a middle school possibly high school level. I could never get into the actual story between reading through the grammar errors and character mix ups. The plot was very quick there was no build up of the character no build up of the plot we literally just jumped into the main story with barely an introduction. The book read way too quickly.
What could have improved this book a lot it was it needed a lot more details, spread out the plot a lot more and made the plot more believable also to fix the grammatical errors that was present throughout the book.
What made the book so unbelievable was how they knew each other two days and never met prior but within the second day they were already to commit themselves together for eternity then they get mated (married) after only four days threw a party all within that time frame. Later after their wedding on there first night together they conceive a child and find out the very next day(Shocker). Same day they find out they have a baby on the way guess what!!! she gets kidnapped all within six days. I mean an exciting six days those most have been. After she gets rescued from being kidnapped I really wouldn't have been surprised if she would have had the baby by some miracle the next month. the plot just was way to quick and the writing was just so bad I could not say anything good other then the concept was good but it failed under execution.