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His Hidden Omega: An Omegaverse Romance (Alpha Security Company Book 4) Kindle Edition
No woman wants the attention of an alpha. Huge, Brutal, dominant… lying to one is suicide. But I don’t have a choice.
When my sister is snatched off the streets, there’s only one person I can turn to. The alpha I’ve been hiding from for years. Bane Craven. The ruthless former soldier turned lawyer is my alpha, but he doesn’t know it. And he never needs to know.
If he ever finds out I lied to him, hid from him… I don’t want to know what he’ll do. Armed with a suppressant patch and an attitude, I just need his help this one time, then I’ll never darken his door again.
That was the plan… right up to the point he kissed me.
His hard embrace and demanding kisses leave me yearning for things I swore I’d never need or want. An alpha’s bite, his knot… a nest to call my own.
I’m screwed. And if he finds out I’m lying…
I shouldn’t want her. Shouldn’t crave her. But I do. Rules be damned… Beta or not, I’m going to make her mine.
When Willow erupts into my life, desperate for my help to find her sister, I almost send her away. What do I want with a beta female? A tiny, delicate little slip of a beta female who has all my alpha instincts sitting up and taking notice.
I shouldn’t want her, beta’s are too fragile for an alpha’s attention, but there’s something about her I can’t ignore. I’ll help her find her sister, and try to keep my alpha needs to myself. Even if it ties me up in knots.
Then I find out she’s not who or what she seems. She’s been keeping secrets from me all along… Secrets that could get her killed.
His Hidden Omega: An Omegaverse Romance is the second book in the Alpha Security Company series. This near-future dystopian omegaverse romance features a heroine with an attitude and a ruthless alpha, along with knotting, heats and a guaranteed HEA.
- ASIN : B09SGJ4RV6
- Publisher : Mina Carter (March 29, 2022)
- Publication date : March 29, 2022
- Language : English
- File size : 4851 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 185 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #16,139 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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When Bane finally realized (and I mean what took him so long??) that Willow was Omega, he decided to "punish" her (for a choice she made about her OWN BODY and BEFORE she even met him) through violence and I'm not going to politely say this was dub.con because it definitely wasn't, there was no con- in a car parked in the hospital parking garage after they just rescued her sister from kidnappers who were trying to sell her - and then told her he wasn't knotting her because she "was a untrustworthy liar" or whatever. Oh, then he leaves her there, at night, alone, knowing her status because he's so sore about being lied to? Considering all of the instances he was shown the reality of how difficult life was for non-alphas, he might as well have shined a spotlight on her walk home. That whole behavior was unforgivable in my mind. Sure he can be upset that she lied to him and that she was hiding her true self from him but based on what he had said previously, betas and alphas could have children so it's not as if he couldn't have already had a life with her, he was just so worried that he was going to somehow find his precious Omega (though kept saying that was never going to happen) and there would be all these problems etc etc etc. Then he finds out and all those worries should have gone away and instead he puts her in actual danger. What a worthless monster, truly.
To top it off, because this is a so-called HEA, Willow still wants him after the trauma he inflicted and the immediate horrendous trauma she faces after he abandons her, the author has to sell out her heroine by making this garbage alpha the only person she wants and needs. Please.
Had the author kept her h with the same character strength she'd had before being found out, willow never would've forgiven Bane. Logically, keeping in the dynamic universe, this wasn't her last only chance at a HEA because if Bane's partner hadn't been lost, they would have shared her. Stands to reason if Omegas are so rare, Willow would've had her pick of many a suitable sutor, or could've gone right back to suppressing.
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In this one, the relationship between the hero and heroine just didn’t resonate at all, and the ending was disappointing.
I really didn’t like how the hero abandoned her in anger, without considering her safety. Doesn’t seem very ‘protective alpha’ to me.