Home In His Arms
Ollie has always known he’s adopted, but he had no idea he was a freak.
Imagine the shock he got when he found out he’s not quite human… The only thing he can think to do is run before the only family he’s ever known discovers his secret, and toss him aside like the woman that birthed him.
As if finding out you’re a four-legged creature that howls isn’t bad enough, som...more
I know what I’m getting with self published books. They’re not gonna be best sellers but, dear lord, this was some weak sauce. If you can get through several chapters of interminable exposition you finally get to the point. Oliver’s been shifter trafficked and is being held in a brothel with a handful of other omegas. Inexplicably, Oliver has never had the indignity of servicing a client. Inexplicable because there’s only a few shifters, why’s Anton (the brothel pimp) ...more
✮ (¸.•´After the fight to survive, Ollie's only thought was being home in Ronin's arms.
I liked it, a lot. And though it wasn't as impacting as book one, Safe in His Arms, the author was still able to mold the characters to give an interesting story.
When book one ended, Devon and Roman were trying to get their fast paced lives on track. But in order to do that, things from Devon's past had to be resolved. In walked youngest brother, alpha Ronin, Roman's twin. A former soldier, he wa ...more
I also was a bit confused whe ...more
What a stunning second book in the Wildwood Mates series! The action is fast paced. The characters come alive, pulling you into their lives and not letting you go. This segment follows Ronin as he finds his mate, Ollie. When Ronin helps rescue imprisoned omegas he isn't expecting to find his mate. But find him he does. Ollie is new to his fur, newly omega, and terrified. But in Ronin's arms he is safe; he is home. HEA is as ...more
A Special Gift
The second book in the Wildwood Mates series was much longer than the first book. It brought in many new characters both a group of former military Alphas and a group of abused Omegas. The Alpha of the abused Omegas used them to to earn money for his so called "pack", by pimping them out and using drugs to insure they wouldn't have heats.
The evil cruel Alpha held back with one Omega. He was designated as a Special Gift. And his mate found out that's exactly what he turned out to b ...more
So while the story itself was great if you plan to use nicknames I won't forget the original name so it's ok to use their nickn ...more
This was okay,but definitely more telling than showing. Story lacked emotional depth to the characters. Also I'm thinking Ollie is like 16 because we never get his age only that he turns at 16 and then immediately runs away and is picked up by the Evil Anton. Plus age gap in both stories that isn't addressed at all. Alot of neat and tidy wrap ups with little to no emotional baggage.
KU, book in series, paranormal, wolf shifter, mpreg, military men, age gap, mystery, death of a side character, a ...more
I liked this book about as much as I liked the first one... not much. I have the same complaints as the first book too. There was not much depth to the characters. I felt no chemistry between the MC's. I'm not feeling what's going on in this series in my heart either. It's like looking at a blank page. Which considering all the horrible things that have happened to the characters in both books is shocking.
Triggers: (view spoiler)[Kidnapping, Non-Con, and Physi ...more
I received a copy of this book and am giving an honest review
Ollie is a young omega who had no idea what shifters were until he became one.
He ran, fearing his family and other people's reaction.
He was on the streets, struggling when he met someone who seemed to be the answer to his prayers.
It was just a ruse and he soon found himself captive with other omegas who were brutally abused.
Ronin is a former soldier adrift after coming back home from overseas.
He meets up with former teammates who are bounty hunters and ...more
I refuse to waste much more of my time on this book, so I will say this. This author has no idea how to create a conflict and move her characters in a way around it. Much like their little rescue mission, there was no plan, they - her characters and her - were just fumbling around, hoping something worked. The dialogue was b ...more
There is: a young male omega (Ollie) adopted as a child discovers that he is not exactly human & runs away only to be taken captive by a despicable human (Anton) but manages to escape a few months later with ...more
Maddox is a man who has no desire to find a fated mate. He's always thought of it as more of a burden than a blessing. But when he sets off to save omegas who are being held in a brothel, he meets his other half, Ronin.
This story is a fast paced, quick read that packs a lot of punch into it's pages. I really enjoy this love story between fated mates Ronin and Ollie.
Their story includes abuse and danger, some wonderfully ...more
This book in the series carries on from the previous short freebie Safe in his arms, Oliver has been kidnapped by the same Alpha who had Devon, Ronin as Roman's twin has been tasked with rescuing the other omega's putting these two on the path to meet.
This is a low angst, mpreg read which is enjoyable enough that with all the secondary characters the series can continue for a time. ...more
There are a few moments in the story which cause a bit of eye-roll at the obvious ill-thought behavior but for the most part this is a decent second book. Good character development and a supportive cast. Ends on a positive note with a hint at what to expect in a third book.
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