Title: Rightfully His Omega
Werewolves mate for life.
A rare omega, Charlie has experienced and tasted Hell’s finest. When Charlie was twelve, he died and saw his home burned down, his pack rendered extinct, and his fated mate, Caleb, taken. When Caleb returns ten years later, he intends to claim what he lost.
Caleb’s link to Charlie is unbreakable, stronger than any marriage bond. Harder now, scarred, and a reputed killer, Caleb is the kind of dominant werewolf who doesn’t understand the word no. Caleb isn’t the only one who’s changed. Charlie’s all grown up now.
If Caleb thinks Charlie’s going to bend before he breaks, he has another thing coming.
Author: Angelique Voisen
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Prey Mate, The Only Option
Published by All Romance eBooks Source: Publisher
Published: May 1, 2016
Genres: Male Male Romance, Paranormal Romance
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Pack life has never been smooth or normal for Charlie. As a young boy he knew exactly who he would spend the rest of his life with. The pack seer had announced early on that the big dominant Caleb would be Charlie’s mate. To add even more responsibility to that Charlie is a rare and extremely coveted omega. Other packs fighting for supremacy and coveting what others have leads to the Evenfall’s razing the only place Charlie has ever called home. His family sends him away with Caleb to hide him.
Caleb doesn’t hide away with Charlie. In fact Charlie is upset by the fact that he gets dumped into the home of his foster parents and subsequently abandoned by Caleb for the next ten years. The ten years apart have changed both Caleb and Charlie. The one thing that hasn’t changed is their wolf’s thoughts on who is supposed to be in their lives as mate.
Going into this book I knew it fell into “dubious” territory. The series title is Dubious. What happens in Rightfully His Omega is not the type of dubious I was expecting. I thought dubious consent. I found out after reading that the series blurb states that “Forced by circumstance, bound by love” and that is exactly what happens.
One of my biggest disappointments in this book is the big thing that really makes the omegas special. I would love to have known how that is going to work. That bridge wasn’t crossed to the extent that it needed explaining so there is nothing missing or left hanging in that regard.