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THE LAST THING HE WAS LOOKING FOR... Jake is an alpha wolf on a mission to find his missing sister, who's been kidnapped by the Alpha of his former pack. What he didn't expect to find was a whole group of omega's being held captive along with her. When he catches the scent of his fated mate among the group of omegas, he knows that he will do whatever it takes to get them aTHE LAST THING HE WAS LOOKING FOR... Jake is an alpha wolf on a mission to find his missing sister, who's been kidnapped by the Alpha of his former pack. What he didn't expect to find was a whole group of omega's being held captive along with her. When he catches the scent of his fated mate among the group of omegas, he knows that he will do whatever it takes to get them all to safety - even if it means taking them all, along with a group of his alpha buddies and forming their own pack, a thousand miles to the north. WAS THE ONE PERSON HE NEEDED. Kai was shocked when his own father sold him to the evil Alpha Fremont for a paltry sum of gold. He is befriended by the ragtag group of omegas who also being held in a life of captivity. That is, until the night that a gorgeous Alpha appears, looking to rescue his sister. He takes all of them to safety, along with his studly posse of alpha wolves, moving them all up north to form a new pack. HIS FATED MATE...THE FATHER OF HIS CHILD? Kai soon becomes pregnant, settling into his new-found role as the Alpha's mate, he begins to feel safe for the first time in his life. As his pregnancy progresses, so does the danger, as the former Alpha tracks them down - putting their new pack, and Kai's future happiness, at risk. This is the first book of the new Northern Lodge Pack series. Every book is guaranteed to have a HEA, but it's advised to read them in order for maximum appreciation. 18+ readers only please! And yes, this book contains M/PREG, knotting, adults doing lots of sexy naughty things to each other, and the occasional use of potty mouth language!...

Title : Omega Stolen
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ISBN : 35843644
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 122 Pages
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Omega Stolen Reviews

  • Rachel Emily
    2019-04-15 14:20

    I know this is the first book in the series, so it's also some of the earliest writing from this author. I've read her non-shifter mpreg series and really enjoy that one, so I know her writing has grown and developed over time. But this one was a bit hard to read.This one just moved too quickly - everything, from the love, to the mpreg, to the overall conflict and story. And there were SO MANY characters, between Jake's alpha friends and then Kai's omega friends. Definitely needed some more editing as well, because...wow.

  • Yvette
    2019-04-17 12:33

    Will give review when series is completed. One down, six more to go.

  • BWT (Belen)
    2019-04-13 14:18

    Alternating POV with time jumps, a sometimes sloppy writing style with incomplete plot points, and I wished the characters were better developed.Personally, I'm actually surprised I finished this. I didn't like it, and just kept reading to see if it would get better. Spoiler: It didn't.

  • M60601
    2019-04-05 13:21

    I downloaded this book last night after proofreading BL translations for hours. I wanted something A/B/O to read at work during my breaks/to keep me distracted from a career I hate. I thought it would be a light and generic read that I would tolerably enjoy. But perhaps I was still in proofreader mode because the grammar alone made me want to stop reading. Run on sentences, improper uses of apostrophes, the lack of basic command on complex or compound sentences in general. I thought it was hard to read fan translated works, but this published book is a wreck.Add on to that the plot that lacks complexity while teasing complex plot ideas, characters who do not reflect the dire situations they are put it, and ridiculously happy and immature dialect that shouldn't come out of anyone but a child's mouth, I could not even stomach to read more after Jack's stupidly campy Aunt was introduced. Light skimming past Jack and Kai's mating and I just didn't care.I mean it. Kai is abused his whole life by his father and he shows very little characteristics of an abused person. He also get's sold off and he sort of just goes with the flow. When he get's rescued he again displays no reflection on the ordeal he supposedly went through. All the other characters act the same way, even Sy, the pregnant omega who has definitely been raped! He sort of casually admits "yeah, I'm pregnant" to the Alpha who is clearly smitten with him.Then it is repeatedly mentioned that the Alpha who is taking these omegas is using them to breed because his wife is barren. No one in the pack questioned the young wolf cubs when they would just be "adopted" into the pack, that is, not until some of the kids grow up and recognize what he is doing. So wait, it took some kids growing up for people to finally see what is happening? And instead of telling the somehow clueless pack the Alpha's nefarious scheme, they get run out of the pack and do nothing about it? Jack told his Aunt, why didn't she contact anyone long before Kai was even sold?I don't know if any of these problems that shouldn't be get solved later on in the book. I frankly don't care. I thought the story was set up poorly, the characters were shallow and annoying, and the grammar needed to be torn apart and sown back together. So maybe take my review with a grain of salt of something.

  • caroline wilson
    2019-03-30 17:17

    Good readI enjoyed this book, it was sweet and a great solid start to a series. I liked Jake and Kai and all secondary characters and am looking forward to the next.

  • Daphne
    2019-04-08 14:11

    DNF - typos/editing errors, shallow one dimensional characters, cheesy inappropriate dialogue with older family members and random plot elements ... this was just not for me, at all. Seemed juvenile.

  • Susan65
    2019-03-26 14:22

    A 3.5 star reviewed by The Blogger GirlsThis was an enjoyable read and I like where it is going in the series. It is not fully fleshed out and things happen quickly, which is notorious for shifter and mpreg books that host an alpha and omega pair. I tend to flip flop around when it comes to what calls to me, and sometimes an insta-love slash mate -mine – now will drive me bonkers, and other times, it just seems to be what I am in the mood for. In this case, I had just finished a heavy book and needed some unrealistic fluff and this story fit the bill. Even though it had its fair share of POV jumping, I still enjoyed it.Jake is the alpha who is searching for his kidnapped sister. Kai is the omega, who was sold by his father to the same nasty old alpha who stole Jenny, Jake’s sister. Fortunately for both, Jake, and a couple friends, never gave up searching for Jenny and in the process rescued Kai and a couple other omega victims. Jake and Kai, as you may have guessed, are fated mates and the love, happiness, and mating claim was instantly in the air. I understand the biological pull of the fated mates, but I still cringe when the I-love-yous are thrown around within 24 hours of meeting. I think if they’d just accepted the attraction and left the love you parts out, I would have enjoyed it better. Love, in such a short, fast-paced book would have worked better, for me, in an epilogue.As expected, there was a showdown between the two alphas, and an unexpected death, but I still enjoyed reading it. This is a lesson that not all stories need to be 300 pages and five stars to have an appreciation for the story. To me, it was what I needed after a heavy read and as a reader, that is all I can hope for.Overall Impression: I liked it!

  • Erin
    2019-03-27 18:33

    I could definitely feel how much joy the author had about writing this book. The aunt character was clearly an alter ego and I got the sense that the author was pulling her favorite elements from other shifter books to write this series as an homage or fan fiction. The plot and characters were pretty standard. If you have enjoyed other shifter stories such as those from Lynn Hagan and Stormy Glenn, you will like this story. Having said that, the book REALLY needed an editor. I am not super picky about typos and grammar errors unless they are egregious. I can usually ignore little stuff and just focus on the story. In this case, the grammatical errors were significant and pulled me out of the story. I had to reread many sentences to straighten them out in my head and figure out what the author intended. In particular, I had trouble with the many occasions in which the author mixed present and past tense verbs in the same sentence. I came thisclose to giving the book one star ("didn't like it"), but I decided to bump it up to two ("it was okay"). I can tell the author is really enthusiastic about storytelling. If she can enlist an editor I think she will enjoy being able to focus on the story; an editor can focus on the technical aspects of writing. I may check out a later book in the series to see if there is any improvement. If not, I won't read any more.

  • Sierra
    2019-04-13 15:26

    This was a good series starter with a very likable, touching couple. Kai is sweet but also strong, surviving his father's abuse and helping his fellow omegas both before and after their captivity. Jake is completely captivated with Kai and embraces his role as husband and father in a very tender way. The rest of the pack is just starting to make their personalities known to us, the alphas most specifically. There is a lot of humorous banter between the guy friends and they all seem to refer to each other as "dude". Aunt Cat is a fun crazy character as well. The story moves at a quick clip, being as short as it is (the total page count is reduced by a sneak preview of the next book at the end). In this shifter world pregnancies only take 3 months! As far as the style, it's not very polished but the narrative does flow well. There is plenty of hot sex (with knotting) throughout the book, but it's balanced by many loving moments as well. I look forward to reading the stories of the other pack members and to follow up on some hints sown in this book.

  • Alexa
    2019-03-22 19:19

    Loved itIt was cute and funny at times, intense at other times but the love affair between the fated mates Jake and Kai was captivating and endearing, and their mating was beautifully powerful.I know there were comments about alternating POV but, yeah....that's totally legit. When you shift POV at the change of each chapter and notate it, you're doing it properly, as Ms. Hawke has done. Like "Chapter 1, KAI" and "Chapter 2, JAKE", the chapters were set up to let you know which character's perspective you were reading from. I loved the subtle commentary the author made about gender roles, especially in the first chapter when Kai was told by his father that he was being sold to an alpha because as an omega he was good for nothing but cooking, cleaning and breeding. Whether this was intentional on Ms. Hawke's part or not is irrelevant, I am not certain, but it was great to see how she developed an internal social hierarchy right from that point and carried it through.

  • Kelly
    2019-04-03 13:25

    This is one of the worst-written books I have ever read. Terrible grammar, spelling, punctuation, word choice, and a horrific amount of tense changes (often switches back and forth between present and past tense within the same paragraph) made this nigh unreadable. I am legitimately angry with this book and with the author, who obviously made zero effort to write a book that was even remotely comprehensible, and then published it without proofreading it/having it proofread by someone else. Non-edited books like this give self-published authors a bad reputation.

  • Christy deSade
    2019-04-20 19:10

    Painfully triteI only made it to 45%. There were so many punctuation errors, homonym misuses and missing words that it was painful to read. There was absolutely no world building, the characters were two dimensional teenage messes and there was no attempt at any meaningful relationships. The sex scene was a sophomoric attempt by someone who obviously doesn't understand gay male sex. This was just awful. Don't bother with this book or author, there are far better to be read.

  • Brittany
    2019-04-02 20:28

    i probably should have read this series first before I started on the Northern Pines Den Series, but whatevs. this is the first book in this series and i'm already hooked. I love meeting characters in these books and then finding out who will be the focus in future books and get to meet there mate. and finding out what the future threats will be. I really like her writing style. she makes characters interesting and you want to see them again in the future books and know what's happening to them. can't wait to get more into this series.

  • Lynze MF
    2019-04-14 13:09

    ~~~ 4.50 Stars ~~~I really liked this book but I do wish Kai was a bit more shy and frightened just because of everything that he's been throughAndI guess this doesn't effect this book but should effect the Northern Pines Den series because I read the series backwards but I think it's weird that the series are intertwined and Jake and Kai's baby's name is Jules and the Jaguars that I think it was book 4 names is Jules but whatever I like the name

  • Nichole
    2019-03-25 15:22

    Loved it!!I absolutely loved this story. Aunt Cat reminds me of Aunt Tully in Lucy Lennox's Made Marian series. I can just tell she will be my favorite in the series!!! This is a wonderfully written story. I like how we get a glimpse into Kai's scrappy past but that it doesn't define who he is. That he has feet set firmly in the present. There is a wonderful dynamic that is introduced. I would love to see them continue to grow and their lives intertwine.

  • Beth
    2019-03-26 15:17

    A good story, very typical for this genre. I liked Kai and Jake. I wish it wouldn’t have been such an easy story. Even the showdown with the old alpha wasn’t anything drawn out and dramatic. I will say I was shocked at what happened to Jenny. For a book with such ease I didn’t see that coming.I’m intrigued enough by the next book to give it a shot. I think maybe without the much needed back story we could get more interaction with the couple.

  • Sassy Beta Reading & Review
    2019-04-05 18:23

    Good story conceptThis was a good story but needs some major editing. Written as a multi pov and does have a hea.Good concept. Loved the characters, nice dialogue, good descriptions to details most of the time. All in all a pleasant read. The beta reader and content editor in me, was thrown off a time of two due to the editing, but I was able to get back into the story rather quickly.

  • Mike
    2019-04-03 12:17

    Eye-rollingly simple at times, but sometimes satisfyingly sweet and sappyIn many ways, this is a formulaic shifter Omegaverse story, with the Alpha/Omega need/heat/knotting/breeding connection interwoven into a plot that caused more than a few eye-rolls on my part for its simplicity and/or need to suspend disbelief. However, if one is in the mood for a sometimes over-the-top and sweet Alpha rescues (and falls for and lusts after and can't keep his hands off) an Omega, this might work better for other readers.

  • Diane Dannenfeldt
    2019-04-15 13:30

    3.5 stars. The book could have used some good editing. I'm glad Kai didn't go through the horrors that the other Omega's went through as he went through enough with his father. He & Jake made a cute couple. I would have liked the fight to have lasted longer, it was over way too fast. Good start to a new series.

  • Andrea
    2019-04-17 16:33

    I don't recommend this book. It was almost a DNF.The story is unoriginal, with several continuity issues on the argument. The characters are flat. And it just feels like there are several sex scenes linked by dialogue, and the sex is not that good.The only redeeming feature is that, sometimes, the dialogue is funny.Still it was my first book by this author and I will not repeat.

  • TracyG.
    2019-03-28 19:04

    A very enjoyable quick Mpreg book. I loved the storyline and plot. It could do with a good edit as this stops the book flowing as it should. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this series.

  • Tara-lynn
    2019-04-13 19:32

    Good read. Can't wait for the next one. This story had some sad parts in it, but I think it made for a better story. This is the first time reading this author but won't be my last.

  • Jessica Davis
    2019-04-16 17:18

    Just can'tI feel like I am reading a comic from the 70's. The writing is bland and so stilted. Like they are reading a script or something. The plot is pretty good but I can not get passed the emotionless writing.

  • Natasha Lynn Harris
    2019-03-27 12:26

    Good StartGreat start to a new series I cried, I laughed, I loved, I can't wait to see what goes on with the rest of the pack. I want the rest of the alphas and omegas to be happy too.

  • Elizabeth
    2019-04-11 13:28

    I love this book. Susi Hawke is a new author. But she's amazing. I have all her book already. I can't wait to see what else she comes out with. I highly recommend all of her books. the are a must read.

  • David Durkit
    2019-03-27 19:05

    Wonderful beginningI truly enjoyed reading this story. Except for one or two words out of order, this was smoothly written. The characters are well developed. It is a fun and light read, even with very troublesome times. Looking forward to the other Northern Lodge books.

  • jackie thorogood
    2019-04-05 15:11

    I read this a enjoyed it, there are many errors, but as an new author, will get better. Great story , but I am a sucker for shifter books. Overall great read. But needs to check for silly errors.

  • Angela M. Wyss
    2019-04-14 12:09

    Sweet, fun little series, had some issues with the errors but enjoyed the story Aunt Cat is a character I hope keeps coming.

  • Andrea
    2019-04-15 17:14

    I wanted to like this but the best thing about it was the blurb. I wish the writing, story and characters had lived up to it.

  • Monica
    2019-04-16 12:29

    Much funSo much fun. Different omega story yet just as thrilling and loving. Some action and thrill and danger and love!