- File Size: 1242 KB
- Print Length: 243 pages
- Publisher: Briggs-King Books (September 12, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074N5S8LZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,453 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Braun Etting is an omega stuck in the cruel world of the alphas. Omegas are treated as inferior property to do with what you will. An omega must defer to their alpha, alphas must give permission for others to speak to their omegas, omegas are mere breeding vessels, there is no law against an alpha 'disciplining' their omega...Braun wants nothing to do with alphas. His father resented him and his brother because both were born lowly omegas. When Braun's father dies he is sent to a halfway house that are supposed to be 'safe' for unmated omegas. One night Braun witnesses something he wants no part of...so he runs.
Tarek Bloom is an alpha constable who doesn't believe in the way Omegas are treated. He doesn't see them as inferior but he has yet to meet his omega mate - until the day he runs into Braun at a mutual friends apartment. He recognizes his mate right away but he has a long way to go to convince Braun that not all alphas are abusive toward their omega.
A they navigate the laws and restrictions placed on them by society, the men grow closer, forming a love that goes beyond the mating bond.
What sticks in my mind is that Tarek truly does treat Braun as an equal, even if his alpha tendencies do get him in trouble from time to time. I enjoyed witnessing Tarek allowing Braun to blossom and become his own person, all while building a relationship with him. For an alpha, Tarek is a romantic at heart and I enjoyed watching him ‘grovel’ to Braun when he made mistakes.
My heart weeps for Kell and I can’t wait to see what happens in book #2.
What this book lacks is an ENDING. Crumb, I hate that. I don't care if we get set up for the next book, which I assume will be Kell's story. I'd be a buyer and I am sure I will still be a buyer, even with my frustration with this one. Nothing wraps up in this book. Tarek and Braun's relationship isn't totally settled. Tarek still has problems to handle (not saying more in order to not spoil anything for other readers). I could understand if EVERYONE's issues aren't settled at the end of this, because they can continue into the next book. This just left me feeling unresolved and disappointed.
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This is a good start to a new series by A.M.Read more
By A.M. Arthur
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P.S. the ending wasn't as abrupt as I feared.