Billionaire Crawford Daniels has bedded submissives before, but he’s never given one his collar. That privilege is reserved for the man who’s strong-willed enough to tell him, no, but whose pretty lips always say yes. Crawford wants more than a pet—he wants a partner. Someone to pampe...more
The book was an okay read. I love omegaverse. This promised to be a good book after reading the blurb. Owen, the counselor, at first appeared to be very unsure of himself, second guessing himself and his feelings.
Daniel, the swanky millionaire is poised and self confident. They feel the connection between them right away. It promises to be great romance and hot encounters. But it starts to drag for so long, and when finally they get to the bedroom, there are so many pages of it that I ...more
Reading the blurb I thought the mix of an ABO universe with BDSM kink would be right up my alley, but it turned out to be exactly the opposite.
On top of that, the way the characters and their actions were written came across as stilted. Which in a way makes sense for a debut—since this apparently was the first book written by a single author under the pen name Piper Scott, rather than the three anonymous writers the name had consisted of earlier.
Michael Dean does a wonderful job infusing emotion into these guys, especially Owen. ...more
Also, this does have mpreg, so if you don't li ...more
Someone recommended this book to me, saying that the Alpha/Dom was unusually respectful of the omega/submissive, and they were absolutely right. He wasn't weak or indecisive by any means, but he made it clear that the omega had his own freewill and choice, and never made him feel like a lesser person. He made it clear that he'd rather pleasure than punish, though both types of encounters were sizzling hot.
I still haven't read a lot of A/o ...more
(view spoiler)[I kind of wanted to see Lucian's reaction to Owen dating/mating Crawford. Would he be jealous? Mad? (hide spoile ...more
The world building here was interesting but the relationship development was a little boring. There's no real tension. No excitement. Owen, the omega activist, all but looks in the alpha's direction and forgets everything he's fought years for.
Plus, there's no real kink. There's (view spoiler)[one hot cock-cage scene in the beginning and then a time jump, so we miss 4 months of the "training" Owen does to be Crawford's pet. (hide spoiler)]Having so much stuff off-page was disappointing a ...more
I thought I had reviewed this one already, but I didn't. I love this series, I thought this one starting things off for the series was a bit short and skipped over so much of their time together, but overall I enjoyed Crawford and Owen together.
I received an audiobook copy in exchange for an honest review. ...more
I don't often write reviews and even rare for me is not finishing a book, I may force myself to finish in the future but right now I am quite irritated by the first 40%.
What attracted me to this book was a story of a man who fights against a culture of discrimination against omegas and forges a life for himself helping other omegas who have been abused and neglected. I was intrigued by Owens past which left him injured internally and was looking forward to a tender and lo ...more
Audio - Once again M ...more
The kink is so mild that it really doesn't need the BDSM label. A little chastity, a few visits ...more
“I’m a slave to your word.”
The story is set in the city Aurora where Owen Ellis works as a counsellor at the Stonecrest Omega Rehabilitation Center.
The Center was founded by omega Daniels, Crawford's father.
When Crawford meets Owen, there is an instant connection between them, Crawford was smitten
I understand that this is a short novella, but still things developed very fast. Like the collar after the first date and the cock cage after the second date. I was looking forward to a bit more B ...more
First of all, Obey is too short to fully flesh out characters. To be fair, it’s presented as a novella, so it’s not like the author deceive us. Still, in a novel this short, character development is limited and that affects our emotional involvement as readers.
The story is set in Aurora, and apparently omegas have been abused and need rescuing, b ...more
Easy read, but it's still not something I'd readily recommend to anyone who's looking for ligh ...more
3 1/2 stars. I loved the cover.
My first read of a story set in this world of Alphas and Omegas. I loved the emotional caring relationship between the two hot MCs. I wish their story could been longer. I wanted more. I did not like the use of the phrase "piss slit". ...more
This was a lovely read! The series really is getting better and better. It’s interesting to see how Owen comes to terms with being a sub when he’s an Omega counsellor, helping to rehabilitate abused omegas to understand their worth. So that was a bit of a juxtaposition but a really interesting one to see unfold. It was also very sweet!!
This story had no real depth. It seemed to have no plot and when the story seemed to get good it ended. I wish she would have focused more on Owens issue with fertility and the pregnancy than the bill up to the relationship.
I am not sure if I will read anything else by this author.
PS. The BDSM sex scenes we ok.
Obey is a good mpreg story which has an alpha/omega dynamic.
Owen is the omega who believe himself to be broken by his past, he meets Crawford who is an alpha that wants him so Owen has a choice whether to carry on as he was or to Obey.
Left to her own devices, ...more