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The Prince and the Omega

3.63  ·  Rating details ·  101 Ratings  ·  31 Reviews
Rowan’s not royalty – and that’s fine by him.

Omega Rowan Thornton has never been so glad he’s not considered royalty. Especially since his best friend Princess Celia is stuck bonding with a foreign prince she’s never even met. Celia’s solution? Ask Rowan to flirt with someone, anyone, during her engagement ball so she can live a romantic entanglement vicariously through hi
Kindle Edition, 215 pages
Published May 25th 2017
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Jenni Lea
This was a pretty cute little non-shifter ABO mpreg story. Rowan has grown up on the fringes of royalty. His best friend (who is also a distant cousin) is a princess so he's had the best of both worlds for most of his life. Princess Celia is about to be betrothed to a prince from a warring country in order to garner peace throughout both countries. Though it is an arranged marriage and not out of love, she is willing to do her duty for her realm. Rowan is never so thankful that he's not royalty ...more
BWT (Belen)
Jun 02, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: mm-fiction, mpreg, 2017
Okay, and it had its moments, but I was looking for more relationship building, and was hoping for more in the romance. I love when an a/b/o is done right, but I just didn't connect with the characters here.
caroline wilson
May 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I received a free copy of this book by cheekily asking for one by the author which she kindly gave me for an honest opinion, and I'm so glad she did.

First off I love the whole omega/alpha genre whether shifter based or just power hierarchy settings, throw in some m/preg and its just right up my street. So this book was perfect for me.
This book is about Rowan an omega who is best friends as well as distantly related to the princess of Calabria and Gus or Gusset as he's nicknamed the Prince of Ibe
Joyfully Jay
Jun 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: kenna
A Joyfully Jay review.

3.75 stars

I know I say this a lot, but I love omegaverse stories. Especially if there is heat and knotting involved. They answer to a sort of primitive side of me. When mpreg is involved, I usually get all swoony and drunk on all the love. However, The Prince and the Omega left me feeling a bit let down. The premise is great. A royal prince doomed to marry someone he doesn’t want because peace between two lands depends on it. Especially if that someone happens to be a woma
Jodie "Bookish"  Cook
May 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviewed
Book Review
Title: The Prince and the Omega
Author: Penelope Peter
Genre: Romance/LGBT
Rating: *****
Review: The opening to The Prince and the Omega was great, we meet Rowan who is an omega as he arrives at his best friend Celia’s (also an omega) engagement announcement party where she is to be married to an Alpha prince. As the party begins we are also introduced to Prince Gaspar of Iberia who is going to be marrying Celia despite the fact he prefers men. Wanting to have some fun before his marriag
May 27, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: cheesy-sweet, mm, arc, mpreg
Not a ton of depth, no relationship building, lots of martyring, and more than a few angsty inner monologues. But balancing that with sweetness, tenderness, confessions, love, and a sweetly hot epilogue and you've got a cute and entertaining story about an omega and his alpha with a couple friends to carry them through.

Rowan was cute and flustered from beginning to end. He was loyal and trying to make the best of his rather unfortunate circumstances. He had a great friend in Amelia who carves an
Steph ☀️
Enjoyable :)

***3.75 stars (rounded-up)***

This is my second book by this author and I have to say it does get better! I really liked what she did with the story, the setting and the characters. Even though this non-shifter story is set up in the AOB Universe, it seems to be occurring during the Middle Ages, yet with cars. However, they are the only technology that I can recall in the story.

For the most part I really enjoyed this story; however, there were a couple of things that bothered me. Fir
May 24, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, arc
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book

Rating: 3.5 stars

This story is a slightly weird mix of elements, there is the alpha/omega elements (non-shifter) with an almost fantasy feel, but the world is more modern (cars, characters wearing jeans/t-shirt, etc.). Reads a bit like what I expect from a fanfic, but that is not necessarily a bad thing (just wish there had been more world-building explanations).

I did like getting to see both Rowan and Gus's POVs for the story. I think wi
There was a very Harlequinn-ish feel to this story. On one occasion it felt very repetitive (the part where Rowan knows he’s pregnant and the part where he admits he’s pregnant). I felt the characters (Rowan, Gus, Amelia and Celia) were all oblivious and dense. I can’t believe none of them ever confronted/teased/addressed the each other on their apparent crushes/unrequited feelings. It was a bit of a love square of a mess. That being said, it was a fun read to pass the time. It played out a bit ...more
Laina Gruver
Jun 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: m-m, mpreg
3.5 stars

Not bad for my first completed M/M, mpreg, non-shifter romance. While there are 2 on-page sex scenes, this is mostly about royalty being forced to marry someone they don't know or love to better their people while trying to shield themselves from heartbreak because they can't be with the one they truly love.

I loved the story shift about 2/3 of the way through the book! The writing was pretty good and I was able to kind of get a sense of the 'omegaverse'


POV... third person

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