Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Secret Baby Omega by Alice Shaw

Title:  Secret Baby Omega 
Series:   Road to Forgiveness
Author: Alice Shaw
Publisher:   Alice Shaw
Genre and Pairing: MM Contemporary
Page Count: 226
Reviewer Name: Redz
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Publisher Blurb  https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07CBJLTGM/ref=x_gr_w_glide_ku?caller=Goodreads&callerLink=https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/39724290-secret-baby-omega?ac=1&from_search=true&tag=x_gr_w_glide_ku-20

A Non-Shifter Omegaverse M/M Mpreg Romance

Will a surprise baby be their last mistake or their first miracle?

The night starts with a stolen truck engine, a bottle of whiskey, and Jax, a tough alpha from a small town. When Schwartz wakes in Jax’s bed, he wants to write the whole thing off. Jax is bad news and Schwartz is barren… or so he thinks.

Jax is trying to change his bad boy ways. He grew up poor and in a dysfunctional family, but he wants to be something better. Then he gets Schwartz pregnant and everything falls apart.

It started out as a mistake. Now, they have to make it work. Can two broken men save each other and make a new future for themselves and their child?

Secret Baby Omega is a full-length friends-to-lovers, secret baby romance novel. It is 60k words, complete with a HEA. This book contains hot and sexy scenes, emotional moments full of desire, and a darling Easter baby to gush over. And don’t worry, there is no cliffhanger at the end of this book! This book is meant for 18+ readers. 





Review
Secret Baby Omega is the first book in the Road to Forgiveness by author Alice Shaw.  This book is written in dual POV. Gives fairly good insight into how each character thinks and feels. 
Schwartz, he is an omega used to being picked on. He breaks down in the middle of nowhere and needs help. He is not exactly gracious about getting it either. When the engine is stolen out of his truck it turns out he finds someone unexpected.
Jax, he helps Schwartz despite the judgemental attitude Schwartz has. I liked Jax he is a good person, really a great alpha, and a wonderful pseudo-father.
There are huge problems for me in the connection between Jax and Schwartz.  I felt Jax was giving far more to this relationship than Schwartz. I also felt, in general, they were not suited for each other. This one is not the best one for me. However, I would continue the series and see if it gets better. There is a solid foundation for a good story here I just felt the connection the characters had was off.


                               Four Twinkling Stars 







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