Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Rightfully His Omega by Angelique Voisen

Title: Rightfully His Omega
Series: Dubious
Author: Angelique Voisen
Publisher: All Romance Ebooks
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 108
Reviewer: Redz













Publisher's Blurb
Rightfully His Omega (Dubious) by Angelique Voisen - Romance>LGBTQ>Gay eBook
Werewolves mate for life.

A rare omega, Charlie has experienced and tasted Hell’s finest. When Charlie was twelve, he died and saw his home burned down, his pack rendered extinct, and his fated mate, Caleb, taken. When Caleb returns ten years later, he intends to claim what he lost.

Caleb’s link to Charlie is unbreakable, stronger than any marriage bond. Harder now, scarred, and a reputed killer, Caleb is the kind of dominant werewolf who doesn’t understand the word no. Caleb isn’t the only one who’s changed. Charlie’s all grown up now.

If Caleb thinks Charlie’s going to bend before he breaks, he has another thing coming.








Review
Angelique Voisen is one of my favorite author's so when I saw Rightfully His Omega I knew I had to review this one. She always brings powerful characters with great connection and this book is no exception.
Charlie is just a teen when his village is set on fire and his parents die. He is a rare kind of werewolf, he is an Omega. Lucky for him he already has a mate he just has to be old enough to claim him.
Caleb knows Charlie is way to young for him. When their people die, Caleb swears revenge. Dropping Charlie off to a foster parent, he sets out on that journey.
Charlie ends up thinking Caleb will never come back, so he grows up and makes a life of his own. Only the past comes back, and brings a reluctant mate with it.
I liked how these two are very different from each other. Charlie is the sunshine to Caleb's dark rough edges. Caleb needs to learn to let go of the past so he can live in the now, and Charlie is the one to teach him that.
Over all this is a great read, gritty in places, but full of true love winning the day.

                      Five Shooting Stars

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