Ten years ago, Deirdre Tombs died. When she was reborn the next day, Deirdre had become a shapeshifter who can't shift shapes. Nobody knows what animal she's supposed to be. She's definitely not a werewolf. The Alpha, Rylie Gresham, can't force her to transform like other members of her pack.
Now Deirdre is considered an omega, the weakest shapeshifter in the pack - a vulnerable position when Everton Stark demands tribute from Rylie. He wants to be the dominant Alpha. The only Alpha. And he plans to make her pack submit whether they want to or not. Stark can make every shapeshifter obey him by force of will alone.
Every shapeshifter except Deirdre.
The shifter who can't shift is the only hope for Rylie to win the war against Stark. It will take everything Deirdre has to survive undercover in his den. But can an omega's will be stronger than that of a charismatic, deadly Alpha like Everton Stark?
©2015 SM Reine (P)2015 Red Iris Books
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"Omega is another hit for SM Reine"
As always SM Reine wrote a compelling story which includes bits of Riley. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys paranormal genre. I do suggest though that you read her other series or you won't understand the understory.
Omega audio was great! Finished it in one day! Can't wait for the next book. I would definitely recommend this series.
"SM Reine Does it again"
I love all of her stories and this one so far is my absolute favorite. I am dying for the next one to come out and I will probably whip it up immediately. I started listening to her books about 6 months ago and I still have a few more to go. I've read the Prenatural Affairs series as well.
I absolutely loved Ms. Rosenberg's potrayal of Deidra. She was a fantastic narrator and I can't wait to hear what happens to Deidra next!!
I listened to this in a few sittings in my car on my commute. Every day I couldn't wait until work ended!
"not for me... :("
Just didn't like it..
it can be me but just wasn't feeling the book at all. .
Yes , if some one else did the audio
I might rent from red box but no would not go to theater
The story is good and has an interesting twist at the end that is promissing for the next book. The readers voice is a bit too soft for the narrative, not giving it the breadth it might have but still, well read.
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