Alpha sperm wanted. Paying top dollar.
That was the last ad Aiden thought he’d ever answer.
Now it’s six years, a billion dollars and a health crisis later.
He can’t help wonder about the child or children.
He needs to know they’re okay.
Tracking them down is selfish, but they might be the only chance he has at a family.
Quinn is nothing like Aiden expected.
And he’s fallin...more
A bit better than the last one in the series but not as good as the ones before it. I think the main problem I had with this book is how immature Aiden seemed to me. I just didn’t mesh with him as a character. With how Aiden went about getting Quinn to clean his house, I don’t really buy that Quinn would have kept him on as a customer. I also don’t buy that Quinn as the owner of the cleaning company would agree to actually clean his house. I just wish that author would have se ...more
Unexpected Alpha is a short, sweet read by Skye R Richmond. The fifth book in the Unexpected Alphas series, it's easily read as a standalone.
It's definitely far fetched, even for an omegaverse story, but I still like it. Seriously, why would Quinn ever even agree to be his housekeeper? But, that aside...
When Aiden searches for Quinn, he never expects to fall in love with the omega. But Quinn is irresistible. Their story is one with children that tie the men together, and it's an enjoya ...more
Quinn is a great guy raising his triplets alone after the loss of his husband and running his cleaning service.
Aidan is a wealthy Alpha who's set his sights on Quinn for obvious reasons and he also has an ulterior motive.
He contrives of a plan to get Quinn in his house as a cleaner and slowly begins a tentative friendship with him in the hopes of it becoming much more.
I really enjoyed seeing their relationship develop as they got to know one another.
Haley, Leo and Keith were abso ...more
As for the characters? I loved them all! I would so have loved to see the story go in a different direction, but hey, I guess I can't always have everything my way! *snort* LO ...more
For as long as she can remember Skye had her nose stuck in a book, getting lost in the world of someone else's creation (She still does). Her love for writing came from her love for reading. She could never have one without the other.
Writing was always a hobby and a cathartic experience for her. There are many stories lost to the never to be completed or publishe ...more