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- Print Length: 157 pages
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- Publisher: Crystel Greene Romance (November 8, 2019)
- Publication Date: November 8, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07ZCD7Y9F
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,333 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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About the Author
Crystel is a lawyer by training, a lover of pastry, and a believer in Happy Ever Afters. She lives in the Austrian Alps with her big, noisy family.
Crystel Greene. MM romance. Sweet, star-crossed, and NC-17.
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They've both noticed and skirted around each other but never acted upon their attraction.
Trae is packless and seems content to let everyone believe the worst rumors about him are true when in reality he's just hiding his vulnerability behind a snarky facade as self-defense.
Aryn is almost your typical macho alpha, but most people don't see the awkward, kind, thoughtful person he is when he's not posturing for others.
He's desperate to get into a team sport and comes up with a harebrained scheme to present Trae as his mate in order to procure permission to be on the the team from his brother and alpha Braden.
As they get to know each other after a formal dinner with Aryn's family, they realize they have a lot in common and that the preconceived notions about each other were completely off base.
Trae has a difficult night which results in an extremely passionate encounter between between them.
The next morning, after a potentially devastating misunderstanding, Aryn realizes that he wants to be with Trae, he has to make him understand the validity of his intentions because Trae's walls have been strategically fortified for so long, it's hard for him to accept that Aryn truly wants him.
The book ends with a HEA but there was some allusion to their past that seems unresolved and could be open to interpretation as a basis for a continuation of the series.
This was a new to me author and I'll definitely be looking forward to more.
All, yes ALL the feelings, the best. I cried, my dear heart, it cramped, it shattered, it stuttered.
Awesome story!! Absolutely a must-read!
Trae is a beautiful stunning omega, without family, without a pack. Deeply insulted by the offer from alpha were Aryn has to be his fake mate so Aryn will get the access ticked to a hunting game, and Aryn will pay him a thousand dollars. They have to share a room but Aryn promises him he will sleep on the ground.
Trae hates Aryn, even though his scent is delicious.
Aryn has respect for Trae, this beautiful omega, his scent is making him delirious.
When Trae accepts his offer, he understands too late what this looks like, how insulting it looks.
How can he ever makes up to Trae. His feelings for this beautiful omega is overwhelming!
Oh my freaking goodness this was a TOP story. I loved everything about it.
All those feelings, the hurt/comfort, the undeniable call from a mate. All the feelings.
My heart did funny things. it has an overwhelming mating scene.
Awesomely written story, with the focus on the important things of a story. Very lovable characters, the development was great. The whole story stunning!
One of my favorites alpha omega stories of 2019!
Stray is the first book in The Fenny Den College by author Crystel Greene. I loved this story. It is a cute fast-paced story that really made me smile as I read it. I love a good lighthearted story with true love thrown in. Really appeals to the romantic at heart in me.
Aryn he needs a fake mate and fast. He is already obsessing about a beautiful omega who is aloof and carefree. But he really wants to be a part of a sports team this year. His brother who is Alpha of his pack says he cannot, he is a sophomore in college and his freshman year was less than spectacular. He needs to pull his grades up, find a mate, and be settled down. So, he lies to his brother and says he already found his Omega. Well, now he has to ask the man who he keeps watching if he would be his fake Omega for the weekend.
Aryn is clumsily shy. He really screws up the asking part. But I felt for the guy. He is cute and sweet.
Trae has a chip on his shoulder about Alphas. He is a fourth-year college student and doesn’t want an Alpha telling him what to do. He is homeless and struggled for everything he has. He doesn’t want some spoilt rich kid messing with his life.
Trae has been through a lot and that has caused him to be callas in some ways. I liked the more he got to know Aryn the more he sees who Aryn really is verse who he thought he was.
These guys come full circle. Both have a ton of growing up in this story. I loved watching it all unfold. I think this is a great start to the series and I cannot wait to see where it takes us in the next book.
Five shooting Stars
The storyline was rushed and the ending cut off abruptly, leaving us at the moment Trae accepts being Aryn's mate. We don't get any reactions from their wider group of family and peers, nor see them make things work. It was barely a HFN instead of HEA.
I would have also liked a little more detail around their physiology - we get a bit in the form of Aryn reading sections from a college textbook, but it needed more. This is a non-shifter Omegaverse story, and yet there is still a Were theme and comparison between the Were people and humans. I couldn't figure out what the book was trying to achieve with regards to the worldbuiding. This wasn't helped by there being so many sub plots that were never developed or closed out.
At this stage I'm not sure I'll continue with the series. I'm sure it will appeal to others, but I need more depth, length and development for a book to draw me in and leave me wanting more.