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by Kathryn Moon
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Stand Alone Omegaverse RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
This might be considered OmegaVerse ‘Lite’ – it has all the trademarks with none of the brute, culminating in a charming novel with just a touch of crass. Beautiful and free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
Baby’s heat is coming…
After years of assuming she was a beta, discovering her omega designation in a biker bar surrounded by alphas isn’t exactly fulfilling any fantasies for Baby. She only wanted to get laid, not get knotted, bitten, and bonded. Now Baby’s entire life is about to turn upside down.
With the sexual frenzy of her heat on its way, she needs to find a pack, a nest, and alphas she can trust.
The Late Night Howlers have given up hope…
After years of waiting for an omega to choose them, this motorcycle club of alphas is ready to move on with their lives. Until one sweet woman takes a chance on them.
A rundown bar and apartment building is no place to spoil a new omega but the Howlers are determined to do right by Baby when she needs them. All they have to do is keep her satisfied while resisting the mouthwatering temptation to bite and bond her, permanently.
When a rival MC comes sniffing after Baby, her safety is put at risk and the Howlers may be torn apart forever.
Thoughts on Baby & The Late Night Howlers
I am always on the fence about OmegaVerse Novels. Some charm me or thrill me with their dominance, while others put me off with just TOO MUCH Alphaness, and all that comes with it. This standalone Reverse Harem Novel, seems to dip its toes into that world and still comes out somewhat clean. Oh, don’t get me wrong, it gets delightfully steamy and sometimes explicit, but it lacks that subjugation some OmegaVerse books seem to celebrate.
There is no forceful coupling here or lessons that ‘have’ to be learned or taught. Instead, this is sweet and heartfelt, a collection of Alpha’s learning and loving on the Omega who has chosen them. And it IS her choice, that much is clear. Maybe not with every Alpha pack in this world, but definitely with THIS pack and THIS Omega – and it’s beautiful.
I truly enjoyed the ebb and flow of this stand alone and I can’t wait to see what this author puts out next in this world.
- Great cover! That really is how she is described in the book.
- I get the angst, it makes sense – though I wanted to smack him around a few times.
- The Beta players… so interesting.
- The world is displayed in such a way that you really start to understand the stakes, and what is going on.
- I am still a little unclear on the rules of OmegaVerse. Are they wolves? People with animal instincts?
First Person, Multiple POV
MMMMMMF (M/M present)
Character Age Range
My Final Verdict on Baby & The Late Night Howlers
If you ever want to dabble in the OmegaVerse world, this is a fantastic starter book. It’s sweet, strangely wholesome and still fits with what one expects from this sub-genre. Well done, and free on Kindle Unlimited.
Published December 17th, 2019
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What are you reading today? Have you read this book yet? What about other books by Kathryn Moon? Leave a comment, I would love to talk!