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Unforgettable Omega: A Non-Shifter Mpreg Romance (Billionaire Alphas Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07RTR2YV1
- Publication date : May 11, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 5164 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 250 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1097935604
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #66,103 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I was beyond bummed the bad guy being named Anneliese. Just so happens that is my favorite girl name and this spelling, thank you you author!
Seriously, I do agree with concerns that if one person in five years had spoken this would be resolved. Personally, I find Drew—A to be the bigger idiot here. Lamenting he could not find O—Shay. A is so wealthy were are told and is distraught without his O, but apparently hiring a team to locate O is too much. (yep, bad me run on sentence). When A/O reconnect the dunce cap moves to O, but A not home free. Also, we got it Andy (kid) is the most perfect person ever. When he disobeys it is cute. Got news...at this rate Andy will be an ass by age ten.
I did not like the dream sequence. It was odd and difficult to understand. Author does explain, but trying to figure out took me out of story.
Finally, author attempts to circumvent negative reviews. I imagine most of us would especially in light of other books and their positive reviews. But the last line in book is immediately followed by a note from author about how O is a twit. Dear author, that does not encourage me to read your other books.
🤔 I would have enjoyed the story much more had it been condensed. There was too much rehashing from each hero's viewpoint of what happened, might have beens and how to handle the now. As a result, my attention repeatedly wavered and I kept wondering when they'd finally reach the critical moment of understanding one another.
I read a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review.
After answering Drew's phone during the one night they spent together (Umm, really? Who answers someone else's personal phone on first meeting?), Shay jumps to conclusions (ok, he's 18 and innocent, but still), and bolts without saying anything. A few months later after finding himself pregnant from that night, Shay goes back looking for Drew but is stopped by a woman claiming to be Drew's fiancee. Shay vanishes again, never having spoken to Drew. Yeah, he's still young, but he should have at least let Drew know about the baby. Even so, he can't completely get Drew out of his mind or heart. Flash to today and oops, now Shay has to deal with Drew finding out.
Lucky for Shay, Drew is a good man and a kind alpha, because once he calmed down, Drew just wanted a chance to know what happened and for them to be a family. Shay still tries to bury the past, refusing to speak about it. It takes Drew far too long to get through to Shay.
So much could have been avoided or at least easier if the two of them sat down and actually communicated. A little honesty would have gone a long way and it bugs me. I still enjoyed reading the story, but it's not one I see myself coming back to.
3.5 stars rounded up