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Taking Control (The Controllers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Omega Awakening ~Prequel
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- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication date : April 24, 2019
- Print length : 163 pages
- Publisher : Three Spires Pty Ltd (April 24, 2019)
- File size : 3821 KB
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- ASIN : B07NVW9QZQ
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #15,025 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Basically, if you're looking for a short, smutty read then this is the book for you. You get the condescending, overly macho Alpha (not that there is anything wrong with that) and the brainless, slave to her sex drive Omega (again, nothing really wrong with that). If that is what you're looking for, then you have hit the jackpot.
If you are looking for a plot or story that makes sense, don't bother, this isn't it. I have so many questions and zero answers. The rules of the world were strange, forcing alphas and omegas together into war zones, giving them very little time to get to know each other and basically "forcing" them into having sex in order to bond, or something, then dropping them into war zones where the omega has ZERO training. I guess because the omega had sex with the alpha, supposedly they don't need training, they just need to follow the alpha's orders. I believe that would be a lot easier if there was not only trust between them (sorry, sex doesn't equate to trust) and the omega had some training in combat situations so they knew what to expect. I don't care how much you go at it like bunnies beforehand, being in the middle of a war with bullets flying and explosions happening is gonna make an inexperienced person flinch and freeze from time to time!
Then, after the mission is complete, they go their separate ways and partner with different alpha/omega for the next mission! WTF?! If having sex, forced or not, bonds them, then why wouldn't you keep bonded couples together? Why separate them and force them to start all over with a new partner for a different mission? That makes NO sense, none, nada, I just don't get it.
Also, in order for the alpha to be paired with an omega for a mission (and they don't know who the omega is ahead of time), he must endure 3 days of "battle" with all the other alphas who are capable of being "controllers" so they start their mission completely beat up, but it's ok because they are tough alphas <snort>. Nothing like starting out a mission with an alpha who is already hurt. Just one more thing that doesn't make sense. Seems like they would pair them by personality or sexual needs, not combat. Just because he can survive and beat up a bunch of other supposedly qualified alphas doesn't mean he will make a good partner for every possible omega.
I get that the author was probably trying to write a dirty but "different" A/B/O story, but it missed the mark a bit. I still applaud her for trying, it takes guts to put yourself out there. Maybe the next book in the series will make more sense.
The story follows Eloise, a rare Omega, on a mission to help save humanity from the effects of the Copper virus. In doing so she must lose her sense of self and give complete control to her Alpha, Logan. It is Logan’s duty to protect Eloise during their upcoming rescue mission. Only through extreme intimacy and control can a strong bond be formed, ensuring Eloise’s safety and the success of their mission.
This book is for mature audiences only, who enjoy Alpha-men taking control and demanding obedience from their Omegas and women who love to test their boundaries through discovering the spectacular world of love and sex. This dark, sci-fi omegaverse book is a wonderful experience for first time readers of the genre as well as die-hard fans.
And I wouldn’t call the ending a HEA - was he going to fight for her every time? Would he always win?
And then there were the grammar and spelling mistakes. (Prayed rather than preyed, for example.)
I’ll try the next one, but if I don’t enjoy it more I’m done with this series. I’ll wait for the third Omega novel,hopefully Lily’s story, and Dr. Tsing’s comeuppance.
Top reviews from other countries
Couldn’t put it down until I had finished the book,loved the ending totally unexpected.