Top 10 MM Books of 2020 pt. 1

I am persnickety on some things when I’m reading, but whether it’s MM or MF isn’t one of them. I will read MM, MF, FF, and everything in between, in whatever combinations and numbers possible. For me, it isn’t just about what parts go into which places, although that is nice, it’s also about the connection between the characters, and that connection doesn’t matter if you are male, female, trans, non-binary, or gender fluid. And technically, this should be classified as LGBT instead of MM, because one of the books has an NB character. But, the books on this particular list focus on the more male side, so I’m going to go with MM. So, in no particular order, let’s get to the first part of my list.

Susan Hawke-How to Forgive

How to Forgive (my post) is the 6th book in Susan Hawke’s Lovestrong series. This is Susi Hawke’s contemporary pen name, under Susi, she writes omegaverse. I would really put this book as a campanion book to How to Heal, which is book 5, more than just the next book in the series. It involves Grayson, who is non-binary, who has come home after college and is trying to build their life back up in their hometown. Gray finds their ideal job, but their bossis Clark, their old bully. I loved this because we really get to see Gray’s journey and what they have gone through. We’ve seen Clark’s and how he tried to change, so I loved seeing the other side, and how Gray works to build their relationship with the big bad biker. I love Susi’s books, no matter what name she’s writing under.

Piper Scott-Single Dad Sundays

Piper writes omegaverse, and one of her series is called the Single Dad Support Group. It’s a bunch of guys who were single dads who got together in an online forum and gave each other a lot of help. There are chats throughout each of the books, and on her page every Sunday, Piper would have a question that a reader asked, and the dads would all reply to it. Well, Piper pulled all those Sunday chats and turned them into this book. It’s funny as hell, and I will never see the word placenta in the same way again.

Kai Butler-The Earl and the Executive

This is a Regency romance. But it takes place in the future. In space. Yeah. You wouldn’t think that those 3 things fit together, but Kai made it work, and made it work well. You get an impoverished Earl who is looking for a wealthy spouse to marry. It’s a lot of fun, and you get to see spaceships set against the ton.

AJ Sherwood-How to Shield an Assassin

AJ writes some funny books while still keeping up some intense action, and that’s what she did here. This is the first book in a series, all focusing on different guys in this friend group. You see them all show up in each book, so you really have to read the books. This one is about Ari, who is an assassin, who is out doing his job when a little girl asks him to help her out with her step-dad. He takes care of the dude and then adopts Remi, as one does, you know.

Make sure to read the content warnings on this, because they are funny af.

Alice Winters-How to Vex a Vampire

Alice is another writer like AJ. (my post) Her stuff is funny as hell, she writes outrageous characters, and you still get these intense stories that drag you in. This book is the first one in a series, and you have to read them in order. Each book is about a new couple, but you see everyone in every book. This series is an urban fantasy, and has vampires, both born and created, and focuses on a vampire police squad. I honestly want to just take Finn home and keep him.

This is another one where you should read the content warnings.

OK, that’s the first part of my Top Ten MM books from last year. Check back tomorrow for more. 🙂

Leann Ryans-Hired to Breed

This is the 3rd book in Leann’s Hired series. And I’m really here for it. I really enjoy the way that the omegaverse trope works in this particular world, and I think that Hired to Breed really emphasizes it, and we get to see where things might be changing.

Since it’s been a while since we’ve been in this world, let me do a quick refresh. In this world, alphas are isolated from society. When boys exhibit alpha traits, generally when they are teens, they are taken from their families and sent to Alpha Camps, where they finish growing up, get schooled, all that. Some of the guys stay in camps and do construction work, logging, all that kind of stuff. Others will go to the various stud houses to act as a breeder or to help an omega through her heat, or be trained as personal security. But basically, they spend the rest of their lives in an Alpha Camp, isolated from the rest of society, not having a family of their own, and only able to see their birth families for a limited amount of time. Of course, that changes if they manage to bond with someone, but there are regulations around that too. Omegas are in a better place when it comes to the world, but basically, the entire world is designed for betas, and omegas and alphas are just tolerated, or worse.

In this world, we have Annalise. She is an omega, who was born to betas and has a beta sister. Annalise wants to have a baby, but she doesn’t want a mate or a man around. She can do it herself. Her sister, who Annalise is close to, wants her to find a beta to have a child with. Annalise has decided that what she’s going to do is contract with a breeder. He’ll service her through her heat, and then stay with her during her pregnancy since omegas need the alpha father there during the pregnancy. Annalise didn’t know that part and it came as a surprise to her. And so it meant that she had to come up with a plan for that.

Liam is the stud that she chose. There was just something about him that appealed to her when she saw his picture. Then she found out more about him, and she was even more determined that he would be her breeder. One of his big selling points is that he is very family oriented and one of his brothers already had children, so that would be good.

When Annalise found out that she had to stay around the alpha father, she found out that she could stay at Eden, which is technically an Alpha Camp, but practically it’s a place where all dynamics are equal. She gets an apartment for her and Liam to stay at.

I really felt for Annalise. I really just wanted to just jump into the book and give her so many hugs. She has to have so much control over her life because it’s the only way that she’s been able to survive the chaos of her younger years. And when we are talking about Annalise’s past, I think that chaos is the right term for what we learn about her. I really want to dig up her mother and kill her again, so there’s that. There are things about Annalise I really relate to, and I thought that she was doing so well to be at the stage where she was. She’s just a really strong woman.

I think that Liam is really patient, especially when he really wants to just run in and make things better/different, but he makes himself go at a pace that is best for Annalise and not for him. I think that if he had done anything differently to how he did it, then Annalise would definitely have run far and hard away from him.

OK, that’s all for today. Nothing under the picture. Go check it out! Happy reading!

Check back after the New Year because I’m going to have a special giveaway from Leann for everyone!

Sara Fields-Primal

So, several weeks ago I promised back to back Sara Fields books, but Amazon was all kinds of fucked up with one of them. Well, Amazon finally got their heads out of their asses and now we have Primal, so yay! This is the second book in the Alpha Brotherhood books, which is a dark omegaverse series. So, let’s get into it, shall we?

We met Luna in the last book. Freya saved her because she was being kept as the evil king’s omega. Poor Luna was just terribly handled. She was in not good shape. So Freya, being the awesomeness that she is, brought Luna home and took care of her. Now that Luna is starting to feel better, she’s making plans. Her plans though, probably aren’t the same plans that Freya would have for her. Luna’s plans include escaping back to the castle where she used to live. She doesn’t want to go back there, for a whole lot of reasons, but she does have to go back there for one very good reason. She has a daughter. Luna hasn’t seen her daughter in years, all she knows is that she’s been kept somewhere in the castle. So, Luna is going to go back there, find her daughter, and rescue her.

Meanwhile, Ghost, the head of the Brotherhood, has other plans for her. He has talked Vikar, one of his alphas, and set Vikar on her. So when Vikar realizes that she’s left, he heads out to track her. He’s going to drag her back to safety, and oh yeah, he’s going to claim her too. So, track her down he does. And then does it again. And, oh yeah, maybe 4 or 5 more times too.

I like Luna. She tries so hard to get back to her daughter. She isn’t going to let anything get in her way, including huge scary cat monsters and random alphas who think that she is going to listen to them and do what they want her to do. I think that she is very clever and very determined. We get to see her resourcefullness and strength several times during this book. She fights through a lot of stuff and endures a whole lot to get her daughter. I truly respect that.

I like Vikar too. Once he realizes what’s going on with Luna, he’s literally there doing everything he can to help her. And there are times when it is really hard for him, but even during the hard times, everything that he is doing is for Luna’s benefit and to make sure that she gets everything she needs. Notice I say needs, because there are times when she wants something in particular, but needs and wants aren’t the same thing.

There was one part that really broke my heart on Luna’s behalf.

Sara Fields-Savage

This is another double header day. Only today we’re getting a Sara Fields twofer. We’re going to look at the first two books of her new Alpha Brotherhood series, with Savage being the first book. These are MF post-apocalyptic omegaverse stories.

So, we have Freya. She’s a very rare alpha woman, and she’s also a very fierce fighter. She’s probably the best warrior her city has, including their king. After their last big battle and their last win, the king decides that he’s going to have a big celebration, and he’s going to announce that he’s going to take a mate. And oh, guess who that mate is going to be? Yeah, you guessed it, he wants in Freya’s pants big time. Except, yeah, Freya ain’t about to let that shit happen. So she grabs her handy dandy knife and beats the shit out of the king, and then jams her knife into the side of his head. Now she’s Queen Freya, and is fierce AF and is taking over the world.

We also have Aric. He is an alpha and he is a sage in a secret Brotherhood charged with keeping the balance of light and dark in the world. He has been summoned because Freya is threatening the current balance of the world. She isn’t doing it on purpose, it’s happening. But the Brotherhood knows one thing about Freya that not even she knows about herself. She has both alpha and omega genetics. Her omega genetics can be awakened by a compatible alpha. And Aric would be the compatible alpha. So, his job is to go infiltrate her city, and to deal with her, however it needs to happen. He decides that he’s just going to show up in her bedroom and force her into estrous and then bond with her.

I love Freya. She really is smart, fierce, and is incredibly competent. She is a great fighter, and her people like and respect her, which doesn’t always happen when it comes to rulers, but it does with her. I think it’s because everyone knows that she will do everything she can for her city and her people, up to and including laying down her life. She’s not one of those rulers who sits on her ass back in her safe castle, she’s out there, on the ground, leading from the front, getting bloody and fighting the enemy. I have mad respect for her.

Aric is a good man. He wants to do everything he can to maintain the balance of the world, but then he meets Freya, and while he’ll still do what he has to, Freya immediately becomes his first priority, which is how it should be, of course, but it doesn’t always stay that way. I’m impressed with him and how he handles Freya and the fact that she’s a queen and powerful in her own right.

I just love how Aric and Freya interact everywhere. While their dynamic changes, depending on where they are, they are both happy with the way they are interacting with each other. They are definitely so much better together than they are apart.

OK, that’s all for this one. Go check it out! And hang on for the next one. Happy reading!

Leann Ryans-Autumn’s Rescue

It’s been a minute since we’ve seen one of Leann’s barbarian omegaverse stories. I am more than happy to read a new one with Autumn’s Rescue. I’ve been looking forward to this one, since we left Autumn in such a precarious place at the end of the last book.

For those who may have forgotten what happened, Autumn is an omega who was captured on a raid, and then traded to another tribe, with her cousin, Iris. Iris mated the leader of the village, but he declared that Autumn was going to choose her alpha.

To that end, he had her placed in a cave with 12 alphas. They used that cave as their bedroom. Autumn had her own space there, but the goal was for her to get used to the alphas, and to see which one worked for her. We don’t get to know all of them, luckily, becaue that would be a whole lot of alphas for us to remember, but there are a few that we learn about.

The primary ones are Dracon, Kull, Aesir, and Kantor. There is another alpha, but we really only see him as a side character. We do mostly get chapters from the POVs of the others.

The plot of this book is mostly about searching out a missing Autumn. This is not a spoiler, since the early part of this book overlaps with the last part of the last book, so, I’m not doing anything that will spoil you.

Autumn is very shy. I wouldn’t call her completely submissive, but she does lean on the submissive side. There are moments where you get to see flashes of internal fire, and even when you don’t see them, you know that they are there. I think that she’s hanging on as well as she can, considering all the things that have happened to her. Everything has changed in her life, and it has to be really scary, and then as she manages to get her feet under her, they are pulled out from under her again.

Of the 4 named alphas, I really like Kull and Dracon. It’s obvious that they are really, truly, concerned about Autumn and her comfort and wellbeing. I found it interesting that of all the alphas there competing for Autumn that they were often thought of as weak by the others whose POVs we get. I think that Kantor is slimy, and he’s sneaky and gross. Aesir’s a player, and I think that he’d be happier being a player. He’s not really a one omega kind of alpha. Dracon and Kull would definitely be that kind of person for her. I think both of them are strong and silent. They watch things and observe everything and think about what’s going on. I think that makes them stronger, and shame on anyone who can’t see that.

There aren’t any spoilers down below, mostly because it’s a short book. Go check it out! Happy reading!

Susi Hawke-The Reluctant Alpha

Susi is one of my favorite MM omegaverse authors. She writes shifter and non-shifter books, her Hollydale books are fucking hilarious, especially anything with Tom, and under Susan Hawke, writes some great contemporary MM fiction. Today, we have The Reluctant Alpha, which is the first book in a new shifter omegaverse series, and I really can’t wait for the rest of the series.

So, we get straight down to business here. Matthias and his friends are in a bar when Matt gets a phone call. It’s his old friend Jared, and Jared has a proposition for him. He tells Matt that he needs to come back to his family pack, take over, and oh yeah, save an omega from sure and certain death. Jared is an alpha wolf, and his besties are 4 other alpha wolves, who have all left their home pack for one reason or another. In this world, no one thinks that a pack can have more than an alpha and an heir, but these guys have proved that’s not true. The 5 of them have created a motorcycle club called West Coast Wolves, and among other things, they try to help out those in need. Which means that when Jared calls and says that his family pack is now leaderless and that the old alpha’s pregnant omega mate is now dying, Matt has to do something. So, off he goes to the town he left behind 10 years ago, to try to pull his pack together.

Elisha is an omega who was stolen away from his old pack by an alpha named Horace. He forced a bond on Elisha, and was basically a complete asshole. Then, after 6 months of trying to negotiate with Horace, Elisha’s father came and challenged him. Horace is now dead, and Elisha’s father left him for dead, because Elisha no longer fits into his father’s plans, so who cares if he is going to spend 3 months dying in pain. Matthias walks into Elisha’s room and discovers that not only is Elisha about to become his mate, but that they are true mates, which works out really well.

Susi says that this one is a little darker than some of her others, but I don’t think it is all that dark. I mean, I don’t think it is all that dark by anyone’s standards, let alone my “I read pitch black” standards. There are a couple of moments that are intense, and more intense than you might see in most of Susi’s books, but overall, it is very Susi. Which is a good thing. You get strong characters, both alphas and omegas, a lot of love, and some humor. And those things are very much alive in this book.

Elisha is really just a sweet and loving guy. He’s also ruthlessly practical, I think. He has no problem with seeing what needs to be done and doing it. He has his fingers on what’s going on in the pack, and he loves the pack. He does everything he can to make the pack better. I think that Matt will really depend on Elisha and his good ideas.

Matt is a good guy. He has some ideas that are contrary to the way current society runs, but they make his path to work better. Like, he won’t keep Elisha or other omegas as second class citisens, but tells everyone that Elisha is his partner and equal. Not only tells them, but actually treats him accordingly.

Jared was a nice little addition, as were the other 4 alphas, who we’ll be seeing more of in upcoming books.

No spoilers today. It’s a quick, easy read, and one that I really enjoyed. So, go check it out! If you’ve wanted to try out MM shifter omegaverse, I’d definitely sugget this, and if you want to try MM omegaverse, check out Susi’s Men of Hollydale books. Happy reading!

Myra Danvers-Renegade

So I went from no omegaverse books on the blog for a little while, to having 2 back to back. This time, we have Myra Danvers and Renegade. This book has quite a story to go along with it. It was originally put out under the name MD Pentacles, and I got to ARC it, and the sequels, last year. Well, Myra has finally come clean, so to speak because I’m pretty sure that Myra and clean don’t necessarily have much in common, and admitted that she and MD are one of the same. She pulled the original books and is now re-releasing them. They aren’t the same books as they were before. There is more plot and storyline behind them, but the bare bones are there. One of the original books was basically nothing but one long sex scene, so I’m looking forward to seeing how Myra handles that one.

We start with our omega. She is a member of a slave species and is used as nothing more than a breeder. At the moment, she’s the member of a harem belonging to a powerful man, who wants to fuck her until she’s pregnant and bearing him hybrids for his army. He has his mate who will give him legitimate sons to follow him, our nameless omega will just birth cannon fodder that will be taken away from her. As she’ss just about to go into heat, it’s time for her to go do her duty to her master again. The matron tells her to go, do what she needs to do to keep the man happy, and then come back and have a lovely cup of tea.

Well, things don’t work out quite the way that they were supposed to, the omega got sent back to the harem rooms early, and then her master’s wife appeared and killed the matron. The omega got dragged away and punished. The last thing that happens is that the omega manages to throw herself over the wall, planning on plunging to her death. It would be a really short book if that actually happened, wouldn’t it?

Let’s just call the omega Renegade, just so that she has some kind of name, shall we? I think that she’s really strong. She manages to not only survive the fall, but she also manages to survive in the wild, which would be something that most people wouldn’t have been able to do, let alone a nameless harem slave. That’s some true guts and strength right there. She’s also a little crazy, but really, can you blame her? I would be more than a little off too if I were in her place. But her crazy works well. It keeps her on her toes and helps her to survive. Not all crazy is bad.

There are others who are out in the wilds, and Renegade manages to stay away from them, which is smart. She is canny and tricksy, and manages to figure out a way to get what she wants. She also manages to figure out how to do those things without getting into more trouble than she wants.

I can’t wait for the next books. They are going to be good.

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I am looking forward to certain beings showing up.

OK, go check it out! Happy reading!

 

Leann Ryans-Flawed

It’s been a hot minute since I’ve had an omegaverse book on here. I’m sure you’re all wondering how the fuck that happened. To tell you the truth, I have no clue. But, never fear, Leann is here to break the dry spell with the second book in her Omega Market series, Flawed.

So, here’s our story. Cassie and 5 other omega women have been hiding so that they aren’t collected and taken to the center to be mated off to an alpha. Too bad that their luck has run out. The military raids their hidden home to take them to the center. All of the omegas run away, trying to follow a plan that they’ve made, all but Cassie. She had been injured severely back when she was a child, and she couldn’t walk. She needs to use a wheelchair, but with all the soldiers there, she can’t get into her chair, and she’s willing to sacrifice herself so that her friends can get away. She gets taken to the collection center, but she figures that they will just let her go because she’s injured and has never gone into heat, even at her advanced age of 25.

Terille has been in the service for a long time. He was on the front lines until he was injured, and now he is working on Earth and part of his job is collecting omegas and guarding the center. He’s on the raid that gets Cassie and her fellow omegas. He carries her to the truck and then from the truck into the medical center so that the doctor can check her out. There’s just something about her that Terille can’t get out of his mind, so he decides that he’s going to do what he can to make her his mate.

I think that Terille is a very good man. He wants to make sure that Cassie knows how perfect she is. There isn’t anything about her that stops him, and he wants her even when they think that she won’t be able to go into heat and he won’t be able to bond with her. He’s gruff, and he doesn’t speak much to anyone, but part of that is because he’s got an injured throat, but he makes an effort to talk to her. I like that they are able to spend a lot of time talking and getting to know each other, which lets them have a deeper relationship faster, I think. Not to say that they wouldn’t have had a deep relationship anyway, but I think that it worked really well in their situation.

Cassie is really strong. She’s had to be. She’s survived a lot before she got to Terille. He’ll make sure that she doesn’t have to go through any of that again, but she survived a whole lot, and I have a lot of respect for her for that. She uses that strength with Terille, and he is really respectful about it, I think. He doesn’t do anything that could cut down that strength in her. In fact, I think that he does everything he can to continue to build it up for her.

I think that Terille and Cassie are a great couple, and I would love to see more about them in the future.

I do have to say one thing. I’ve spent the majority of my life involved in various communities of people with disabilities. I’ve talked about my brother before, I think, who had spina bifida. He needed to use a wheelchair in order to get around. The preferred language of people who use wheelchairs is a wheelchair user, and not wheelchair bound, because the wheelchair lets them be free. It’s part of people first language, which works to not define people by a disability, but to define them as a person first. A person with disabilities who uses a wheelchair versus a disabled wheelchair bound person. I am not trying to embarrass anyone or anything, because language evolves and terms change, and not knowing the right one isn’t anything to be embarrassed about. So, there’s that. It didn’t bother my enjoyment of the story in any way, it’s just something that I feel I need to say. 🙂

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The whole heat thing made me a wee bit grumpy the way it worked, but I understand why it happened the way it did.

OK, that’s all for today. Go check it out! Happy reading!

Sara Fields-Alpha

Sara is back with a new book. Alpha is a shifter/omegaverse smashup kind of thing. I really enjoyed reading, and I would like to see more out of this world, because I think that Sara could go so many places with it.

Dawn is a brilliant stem cell biologist. She is one of the tops in her field. Which is why she gets picked up by a super sekrit governmental agency that doesn’t really exist. You know the kind, right? This super sekrit group is in charge of the paranormal world. They are supposed to hide it and control it and police it. And generally, they do not too bad, but… And there’s always a but, isn’t there? So, this group comes to Dawn, and basically abducts her and takes her to their black site so that she can do research because one of the particular groups they watch has been starting to act up. These shifters are starting to get more aggressive, harder to control, all kinds of things. And this gov can’t figure out why the fuck it’s happening. So Dawn is there to figure out what is going on. The first thing she does is get introduced to some of the shifters that have been imprisoned. One of them, a woman named Rebecca, a beta, changes for Dawn, and tells her that the reason the shifters are getting more active is because their alpha has risen and is coming for them. And, oh yeah, Dawn is his mate. And the alpha will be coming for her.

Then we have Kiba, the alpha. He has risen, pretty much by magic. The Earth brought him to life, and he’s going to go rescue his betas and his mate. Then he and his mate will get busy and have all the kids in the world, and the shifter race will be able to carry on.

Kiba is very determined, but he’s also a really good man. He wants to make sure that he takes care of his mate and his people. Of course, that means that he might have to spank the hell out of his mate and kill the people who are holding his people captive. I don’t blame him.

Dawn is really smart, which is both good and bad for her. Good in that she makes things happen that can help everyone. Bad in that she doesn’t always go and talk to people about her ideas. She’s also very determined, which see above. I like her. I like Kiba. I think that they both have the same goals in mind.

I really would like to see stories for Rebecca and Nikita.

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Never trust the government.

OK, that’s all for this one. Go check it out! Happy reading!

Anthology-Auctioned

Auctioned is a MF omegaverse anthology. There are 7 authors, some of whom I’ve read, some I haven’t. I used to be able to keep up with all the new MF o-verse authors and books, but there are enough now that it’s hard. Which is a good thing. More authors means more stories for me to read. I’m always happy to have more things to read. So, without further ado, let’s talk about the stories, shall we?

Intro

The intro lets us know what’s going on, Basically, there is this festival called the Rathsima Unity Festival that is celebrating the end of a war. The high point of the festival is the huge slave auctions that go on, where all kinds of beings are sold.

Raevyn London-Fight For Her

Raevyn is new to me, but I will be reading everything I can find, for damned sure. This starts with Anders, who is an alpha who was stolen from his village in a raid. He’s just been sold, when he discovers where a scent that has been distracting him comes from, and her name is Kasi. This was a really sweet story of alpha finds omega and does what he has to do to protect her.

Leann Ryans-Unexpected Gift

Leann is an old friend of the blog. I know that I’ve talked about how much I enjoy the way that she takes on the omegaverse. Working within the framework, she twists things around. She does that in this one too. Instead of being Mf, it’s Fm. We have Scarlett who is a female alpha, and her friends are going to give her a gift. It’s an omega male that they are buying for her. We haven’t seen a lot of Fm, at least not on Amazon yet. I’m sure there are some on Wattpad and Radish, but I haven’t had a chance to get over there to read them. I have a hard enough time making sure that I have the time to read all my books. I won’t tell you what my TBR looks like. Anyway, I loved Leann’s take on this, and I would love to see more of this world.

VT Bonds-The Omega Spy

VT is another newbie to me, and if the rest of their stories are like this one, I’ll be right on top of them. We have Omega, who is a spy and has been altered many times to kill people or get info. Now she’s been altered again to go find a specific alpha. Alpha buys her, and much mayhem ensues. One thing I really liked about this story is that we never learn names for our Omega and Alpha. I thought that it worked really well, and gave us a really interesting mix of distance and intimacy.

Merel Pierce-Eli’s Hellcat

Merel is another old friend, and she gifted me this book, so thank you so much, Merel! This is a MMf book. Well, sorta. When you read it, you’ll see. Elias and Lorin are alpha guards over the slave pens, but they are also lovers. Eli also likes females, and he’s been eyeing an omega slave who is scheduled for disposal. I really like the relationship dynamic between Eli and Lorin as well as Eli and Magda, and even Magda and Lorin. It’s a really interesting look at the world of omegaverse. I would really, really, really love for Merel to write more about these guys. (Hint, hint)

Emma Mountford-Alpha’s Pet

Goddamned motherfucking authors who want to go and rip my fucking heart out. Pay heed to the disclaimer. It’s a true thing. Fucking hell. I’m haunted.

Isoellen-Proper Behavior

I’ve read Isoellen before, and I’m pretty sure I reviewed her here. Like 99% sure. Well, she has a great story in this one, and I really enjoyed it. We have Druku, who is a genetically engineered being who was created for war. He’s been sold as a slave, but was supposed to be disposed of. But, these things happen. Omega Niddie is trying to run her uncle’s estate, but it’s not working well. Luckily, Druku is there. I really like him a lot. He’s really such a sweet guy, for, you know, a genetically engineered killing machine, which may be one of the weirdest sentences I’ve written in a while. But, it’s really true. I would love to see more of them too.

LP Dillon-An Alpha for Dahlia

LP Dillon is another new one for me. This was their first omegaverse story, but I really hope it won’t be their last. I really liked their take on it. We have Lia, who is a beta and whose beta lover is urging her to let them get together, but she really wants an alpha. She was willing to stay with him, but things happen, and she ends up with Bain. There are a lot of secrets and things happening in this one, and it really kept my interest. So, I’ll be keeping my eyes out for LP Dillon.

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