Wanted Omega

Wanted Omega Avery had never had a home before unless he counted the northern wilds Always moving from one place to the next the idea of a permanent home was foreign and almost unwelcome So when his brother sett

  • Title: Wanted Omega
  • Author: Ruby Nox
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Avery had never had a home before, unless he counted the northern wilds Always moving from one place to the next, the idea of a permanent home was foreign and almost unwelcome So when his brother settles them down with the Summerwood Pack, he finds the adjustment almost unbearable At least he would if it weren t for a certain dark and alluring alpha Although Jarrett isAvery had never had a home before, unless he counted the northern wilds Always moving from one place to the next, the idea of a permanent home was foreign and almost unwelcome So when his brother settles them down with the Summerwood Pack, he finds the adjustment almost unbearable At least he would if it weren t for a certain dark and alluring alpha Although Jarrett is reluctant to let him in, Avery s determined to give him what they both need After the death of their father, Jack and JJ have their mates and children to get them through the heartache Jarrett doesn t Lonely and heartbroken, the once carefree alpha struggles with each new day, yet at the same time, he s determined to hide his emotions and deal with his loss alone At least he would, if a certain socially awkward and endearing omega would stop following him around But the Avery pushes his way into Jarrett s life, the harder it becomes for Jarrett to keep up his carefully crafted walls But just as love blooms and hearts start to heal, a new threat arrives at the gates A decade long search comes to an end.
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    • Sierra says:

      Rating 2.5 This is probably my least favorite of the three Summerwood books. I feel that Avery was not believable as someone who has lived almost exclusively on his own in the wild. While socially awkward in some ways, his vocabulary and understanding of alpha personalities (which he would cite often) wouldn't have developed to such a degree in that environment. I did like him and his simple affection for Jarrett. I also liked the sensitive way that Jarrett's depression and grief was portrayed. [...]

    • Denise GremoryKohta says:

      I loved it. This series is awesome. I love how Ruby Nox has tied each book together while still giving you a separate story for each one. Avery and Jarrett are perfect for each other. Being exactly what the other needs. I was given the privilege and opportunity to receive an advanced reader copy and I am voluntarily leaving an honest review. I can't wait for Cory's story. I have a feeling his will surprise us.

    • Lee Rey says:

      A hot read. Avery and Jarret each are dealing with family issues. One deals with a great loss and wants to alone in his misery, the other has always been alone and has no idea how to fit in. These 2 are drawn to each other, and though they are blocked from moving to sexual level many times. No one can tear them apart once they cum together and then later expecting children, even though a villain does try.

    • Leyanis says:

      Avery is like a child, blunt and innocent. Jarrett is the one suffering the most with his father's loss, he doesn't have children or someone to love. Avery is observant, always after Jarrett, looking for him. I liked Avery and Cory's sibling relationship. I wish Cory would end up with someone too, I think he has also suffered having to protect Avery at all cost and never putting his guard down. Maybe him and Hugo, I wish Hugo would also have his own story.

    • Kevin says:

      Fun follow-up gay mpreg wolf shifter story. An omega with a troubled past finds his alpha and outgrows his overprotective alpha brother's protectiveness.Typos: to/too and other homophone mix ups, suit is spelled suite in this book and the last, lay/lie mix ups, punctuation, missing words, capitalization error.

    • Paisleyrowan says:

      This author draws you in to her world and leaves you craving more. In a good way. This is simply another good book in the string of good books of this series. The unique perspectives from the the different characters is nice.

    • Lynze MF says:

      Loved it and especially loved that they named one of their pups Forrest! Adorable!!! I hope the next book is Cory and Hugo and I also know that I'm kinda going for a long shot but I also hope there are going to books about all the other alphas finding omegas

    • Gerry says:

      Honestly, I love this series. The characters are just wonderful. 1 more book to the series left. I wonder if I picked the next mated couple. I hope so. Everyone should give Ruby Vox.

    • Nancy Hamilton says:

      Needs editEnjoyed the story but author really needs to invest time in editing. "Waste" instead of "waist" and "where" instead of "there" distracts from the story and makes it hard for reader to maintain interest.

    • Debby says:

      Fun readWanted Omega was a fun book to read , the characters A very and Jarrett were entertaining and fun. The plot was moderately paced with some moments of danger and angst.

    • Isha says:

      3.5 starsEnjoyable book. Avery and Jarret make a good couple, who compliments each other. I'm hoping the next book will be Hugo and Cory's.

    • Sandra Walker says:

      Omega's Having FunRunning for so long , they finally stopped feeling safe. Little brother found his mate and he's very happy. Older doesn't have to worry about him as much.

    • Jill Kendall says:

      Awesome!!!Ruby writes an amazing story! Please tell me there with be more from the three brothers and omega mates even possibly a love for Avery's brother!

    • Anna says:

      Really liked Avery! The rest of the book was a muddle -- not enough worldbuilding for anything to make sense, and the pacing was really off.

    • Denise White says:

      3.5I give this book in the series 3.5 starsI loved Every but for me the plot was just week I wasn't feeling the sad coming back at allI will continue the series tho.

    • Arzu says:

      3,5 stars

    • Shelley Chastagner says:

      Oh I really liked Avery. His cluelessness about social boundaries help him reach Jarrett. Jarrett and Avery are so good together. Once Jarrett committed himself to a relationship with Avery he was all in, picking up the burden of protecting his mate along with Avery's brother. There are some spicy moments as well as some sweet. Nice ending.Adult read

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