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!

Sara Fields-Thirst

Once upon a time, Sara wrote a story that went into a vampire anthology. Once she got the rights back, she took that story and reworked it and turned it into Thirst. This was a totally obscene, incredibly filthy, so fucking dirty story. And I hnestsly don’t think that I described how dirty it was appropriately. I mean, take how filthy you think it might be and then multiply it by 10,000, and you might get it right.

We start with Ruby. Ruby has been trained for pretty much her entire life to be a demon hunter. She kills vampires, demons, and all manner of evil. She’s good at it and she takes great pride in being good at her work. She manages to get rid of all the various evil things she runs into until one night, when she runs into something she can’t kill. Turns out that it’s a demon who has been possessed by Cain. Yes, that Cain. The first vampire. And then it gets worse. Cain decides that he’s going to possess her. In, you know, a very different sense.

Turns out that Ruby bears the Mark of Cain, making her the one person in the world who is his perfect match. She is, quite literally, made for him. Once he finds that out, he makes some choices, including spanking her. A lot.

I like Ruby. She’s a little scary sometimes. She’s also a lot strong, both mentally and physically, except for maybe when it comes to Cain, but she’s going to do everything she can to fight him and deal with that. She’s stubborn. She’s determined, and I can respect the hell out of all those things. I think that she has a very black and white view of the world in the beginning, and the world is more like endless shades of grey. It may be because she was raised as a hunter and to fight evil. It’s hard to get past that, I think. It would take a major world shift to stop seeing everything in those stark blacks and whites.

Cain is a very interesting character. I am almost neutral on him, if that makes sense. I neither like or dislike him. I am interested in him and I think that there is a lot more to him than we see or learn. The entire story is in Ruby’s head, so we never really get to know Cain in the same way that we do her. All of our interpretations and opinions of Cain are focused through Ruby and her interactions, thoughts, and feelings about him, so they are very subjective. I don’t think that I would care for it in most books, but I think that it works really well here, and it really lets us see Ruby’s journey through the entire book.

The full info about the sacrifice, wow.

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

Sara Fields-His Majesty

We have a new book from Sara Fields with His Majesty. And she uses one of my favorite words in this book, defenestration. Way back in the day, I defenstrated a lot of people on the old chat services. So it was fun to see that word actually being used in a book, because you just don’t see it often.

Anyway, here’s our story. We have Isabella. She’s an American living in Rome as an exchange student. On one of her last nights in town, she’s supposed to hit the town with all her girls, but they don’t show, so she hits the town on her own. At a bar, a suave gentleman comes up to her, hits on her, and eventually takes her home. Things don’t work so well for Isabella when that happens, and the next thing she knows, she wakes up in a bed in a room that is not her own.

Mateo is the King of Savoy, a tiny, hidden kingdom in the Italian Alps. He has a huge amount of power and wealth, and pretty much the world is at his feet. He gets what he wants, and right now, what he wants is Isabella, and since he has her in his bedroom, he’s going to have her. Even if he has to spank her and bend her over the windowsill so that everyone can see him fuck her. Or may especially if he has to spank her and hang her over the windowsill so that everyone can see him fuck her.

Mateo is high-handed, stubborn, determined, and only listens to himself, so pretty much everything that a king who rules way behind the scenes would be. He has to be that way, so it’s a good thing that he is, right? The thing is that I don’t dislike him. Yeah, he’s hard and he’s hard on the people around him, but it sounds like his world can be very cut-throat, so you kinda have to be hard. He’s soft when he can be, but only in private. He makes decisions when it comes to Isabella that you might think he wouldn’t make, but he does, and it makes sense why he does the things that he does.

At first, I kind of thought that Isabella was somewhat entitled, but my opinion changed pretty quickly on her. I think that what I saw was entitled was just lonliness in that particular moment. She’s worked hard and she wants her friends, and I can understand that. I give her a lot of props for her actions in a tight spot. I cheered for her a lot, because yes.

OK, no spoilers here 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!

Sara Fields-Boss

So, Sara has brought us a new book, Boss. It’s a very hot Mafia-esque story. Mafia adjacent? Something. It’s not strictly a Mafia book, but it does have some of the same elements to it. Go read it yourself and see.

The book starts with Brooke. She’s on her way to find out what happened to her dad. He’s been missing for a few days now, and she knows that something is wrong. She’s been running the business and doing it well, but she loves her dad and she wants to know where he is. She knows that there is one way to find out, and that’s to go talk to Dominic. She’s positive that he did something with her dad, and she’s going to go get answers from him.

Dominic has done business with Brooke’s dad in the past. He is pretty familiar with him, and Dominic knows that the man wouldn’t just disappear and talk to no one for days and days and days on end. Then his daughter pops up, asking for help because she needs to make sure that her allowance keeps flowing. It seems like Brooke is just super shallow and just wants Daddy’s money. That’s when Dominic decides that Brooke is his, and goes about making her his.

I like Brooke, most of the time. There is one time when I thought that she made the too stupid to live choice, but she did manage to redeem herself. She is pretty smart and has her own power, and we get to see that at times.

Dominic was an interesting character. He has a lot of power, but at times he’s willing to share it, if necessary, and it doesn’t seem to lessen him any.

OK, there’s no spoilers today, because there just isn’t. Go check it out!

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Sara Fields-Marked

Sara is back with an Omegaverse-esque book. Marked is kind of an alien version of Omegaverse. They never say the words Alpha or Omega, but Kendra does have a heat, so that’s why I’m calling it Omegaverse-esque.

Anyway, here’s our story. Kendra is wandering through New York trying to find a job. Her rent is nearly due, her bills are overdue, and if she doesn’t find a job, and soon, she’s going be up shit creek and out on the street. So, she goes to a dive bar called the Salty Dog. She tries to get the bartender’s attention to see if she can get a job, but his isn’t the attention that she gets. She gets the attention of a huge dude named Silas. He decides that he’s going to pull her out of the bar over his shoulder. They get out to the alley, and she tries to attack him. Except, that doesn’t work out so well for her. Next thing she knows, he’s hauled her up to his apartment and whips her ass. Then fucks it.

The next thing Kendra knows, she wakes up at home, tucked into her very own bed, stark ass naked. She’d think that this was a dream, except she can feel every single thing that she and Silas did the night before. So, it wasn’t a dream. But weeks later, she seems to be living a nightmare of several varieties.

I like Kendra, a lot. Sheis a total badass. I mean, she tries to slice Silas’s neck the first time they meet. Then, he gives her the knife back, and she fights him again, and does pretty well too. That badassness will really serve her well in her life, I think. I think Silas is going to have his hands full when it comes to her.

I mostly like Silas. There are a couple of times when I am annoyed by him, but, other than that, he’s not bad. And he does redeem himself from when he annoyed me. So, that worked out well. I do think that he is overall going to be good for Kendra. I think that he will let her be the badass that she is and that she needs to be, but will also keep her under control as needed.

I really loved this book and what happened in it. I would really like to see more about this world. It doesn’t have to be more about Silas and Kendra, but at least more about their world.

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I wouldn’t mind more Attitude in another story. He seemed to be nice enough.

OK, that’s all I have to say about this one. Go check it out! Happy reading!

2019 Round Up-Top Omegaverse Books

We’re back to my year-end round up from last year. Today is going to be my best Omegaverse books. I’m not sure how long this list is going to be, because some of the books I would put on this list I listed elsewhere, so… We’ll just have to see, won’t we?

Tabitha Black-Primal Mate

OK, I’m not just putting Primal Mate on here because the main character is named after me, really I’m not. The reason I am putting it on here is because I really liked the way that Clara interacted with the world. She is an Omega and knows that she’s an Omega, but she tried really hard to act like an Alpha. She trained herself to do it. She learned how to walk, talk, dress, and behave like she was an Alpha, until she couldn’t. I really liked watching her character and how she reacted once she went into heat and things changed. And hey, the fact that Tabby likes me enough to put my name on one of her characters is just really fucking cool.

Anna Wineheart-Gareth’s Boy

Anna released a few books this year, and I tend to reread her books too. I like the characters in them. They give me all the feelz. I’ve already had one of her books on my Top 10 list, and here’s another with Gareth’s Boy. This book is the second one in a spinoff series from the Men of Meadowfall books. This one goes on this list because of how Gareth changes his mind about Flores and how he wants to protect him. When you read this one, watch out for the carrots, snakes, and honey. Oh my. Do be aware that you will have all the feelz.

Leann Ryans-Hired for Heat

Leann took the Omegaverse and flipped it upside down. In Hired for Heat, instead of the Omegas having to be segregated, it’s the Alphas. Once a man presents as Alpha he is put into a camp and either has to work or, if he’s lucky, become a stud who helps Omega women through their heats. It is a fascinating idea and a very new way of looking at the O-verse. Leann has another book in this world, and I’m living for the series.

L.V. Lane-Taking Control

L.V. Lane’s Taking Control is another great take on the O-verse. In her world, there are more than Alphas, Betas, and Omegas, and they all have their own jobs. There are also people who don’t present at all. The reason that there are any Alphas et al in this world is because there was a virus that was released, and now everyone is at war. I am a couple of books behind in this series. I have all the books, I just need to sit down and read them. I just find this to be a really unique take on the O-verse.

Sara Fields-The Omegaborn Trilogy

I can’t really separate out Sara’s Omegaverse books out. That’s because the Omegaborn Trilogy has to be taken together, I think, as one big unit. Even though each book follows a different grouping of one Omega and several Alphas, it has a much larger story arc, and you need to read all of the books together to get the full impact of what is going on. We don’t often see a lot of Betas in the O-verse books, and I really liked what Sara did with it.

OK, that’s all my books for today. I have one more round up list coming, so stay tuned!

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Sara Fields-Vendetta

Sara has written a bully/mafia romance. It sounds like it wouldn’t work together, but it really does. Vendetta manages to switch from a bully to the mafia rather well, I think. And with this book, Sara has joined Jennifer Bene and Cari Silverwood in writing a disturbingly hot gun scene. I mean, hot, and disturbing. What does that say about me?

So, here’s our story. We have Col, who is the bastard son of a mafia boss. He has been hiding in plain sight, under a different name. Now, he’s 20 and about to graduate from a fancy academy in Connecticut. He tends to stay to himself while he’s there. In fact, he tends to stay to himself everywhere. He lives with his guards and cook at his house. The closest thing he has to a father is his Bio teacher who has trained Col and guarded him his entire life. Then, there’s Blaire. When he was a kid, he and Giordino were headed to a restaurant when Col saw a beautiful little girl standing at the backdoor of the place they were headed. He talked Giordino into taking her into have dinner with him, and finally finding jobs for her parents. Now, she goes to the same academy as Col.

Blaire is a senior too, even though she’s a couple of years younger than Col. She’s also the queen bee at the school. She has built up people and ruined them. She’ll do everything she can to make sure that she gets what she wants, up to and including digging up all the dirt she can on anyone. When her parents go out of town, she has big parties. Her parents don’t care, so she throws huge bashes with booze, drugs, and hot and cold running sex. This night, she’s going to have another big party, and Col is going to ignore it, except he hears her boyfriend making plans to drug her and rape her. Since Col’s her protector, even if she doesn’t necessarily know it, he has to go to the party and save her.

The two of them together are explosive. They are very much nitro and glycerin, shaken, not stirred. It doesn’t matter if they are mad at each other or happy, there is just a lot of chemistry between them the whole time.

I think that Blaire was a little naive. I mean, she walked into a situation where she thought that she had all the power but she had nothing. She didn’t know what was going on and worse yet, she didn’t even have an idea as to what the repercussions of her actions would be. I mean, I like her, I think she learns her power and her strength as the book goes on, but she starts out kinda naive.

Col was harder for me to like, at least at first. He really tries hard to hold a wall in between him and the rest of the world. A couple of chapters in, and I started to get a better grip on him, and a better understanding of why he was the way that he was. He is a very forceful character.

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The whole teaching Col a lesson thing really paid off for Blaire.

OK, that’s all I have to say about this one. Go check it out! Happy reading!

Sara Fields-Manhandled

Sara is back with another scifi romance, with aliens with gigantic magical cocks. I think magical cocks are probably the best kind of cocks, and I am totally jealous of Cara. One reviewer said that Manhandled was basically just porn, and frankly, I wonder what exactly is wrong with that? Especially when it’s very well-written porn, like this is.

So, here’s our story. Cara works for some really, really bad guys. She’s the mechanic of a ship, which got confiscated by the government, so now she’s paid her very last bit of cash to another ship to take her to Dryac. Dryac is pretty much the Wild West of space. No one really truly rules it, and just about anything goes there. She knows that she’ll be able to find a job, then she can get in touch with her handler at the Association and get back to work for them so that she can send money to her family and keep them safe. Of course, it doesn’t work out all that well for her because she’s a tiny human woman on a planet where there aren’t a whole lot of rules and there are a lot of huge aliens who think that human women are fair game. In fact, on her way to find a job, one of them grabs her and tries to have his way with her and then he is going to sell her. Whoopsie.

Then, along comes an even bigger alien who beats the crap out the first alien, then proceeds to belt the hell out of Cara’s ass. And when that was done, he decided that he needed to punish her some more. Which leads to him taking her home.

Bane is the name of the bigger alien with the magical cock. It vibrates, it spins, it hits all the magical spots. I mean, totally magical. He is actually a pretty nice guy for all that he belted a woman in the middle of the marketplace where everyone could see. Of course, nice guy doesn’t mean that he’s an overall good guy. I think that he’s as honorable as he can get, and he follows his own code and his own honor, which I am all fine with.  His world is not my world, and our rules are different for each other.

Cara is smart, funny, stubborn, and very, very canny. She’s a good fighter too. She’s also very dedicated to her family, and she will do everything she can to make sure that they are safe, even if she doesn’t like what she has to do. I would very much like to have her on my side if I were in trouble, because I don’t think that she would let anyone or anything stop her from getting to the person she wants to protect.

There is more than just porn in this book, there is a good story too. But, yeah, really good smut. Honestly, how and why would anyone complain about that? I think that everyone needs to have some quality smut in their lives.

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I love how Cara handles her problems. I really wouldn’t want to mess with her, you know?

OK, that’s all for today! Go check out all Sara’s books! Happy reading!