Owned by the Alphas by Jayce Carter

Owned by the Alphas by Jayce Carter
Publisher: Totally Entwined
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Full length (240 pages)
Other: M/F/M/M, Multiple Partners, Forced Seduction, Menage
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

It takes more than one alpha to bring an omega to her knees.

Claire has sworn off alphas, but when her investigation into the murder of her friend puts her in the sights of not one but three of them, her resolve is tested. Even as she craves their touch, she refuses to fall for them. They can have her body, but she’ll protect her heart at any cost.
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Bryce, Joshua and Kaidan don’t want an omega of their own, but they can’t resist the mystery woman who breaks into their office. Her scent, her curves and her taste lure them, but they want more than just her body. It will take all three of them to play her at her own game and convince her to give them a chance.

As they navigate their complex relationship, Claire’s search for the killer alpha puts them all in danger. Can they come together to face the threat, or will their secrets and fears destroy everything they’ve found?

In Claire’s world, Omegas are good and Alphas are bad. It’s that simple, and nothing she has seen has changed her mind. She is in for a bit of a shock though!

This is an intricate tale of love and betrayal, with a whodunit thrown in for good measure. The mystery side is there but it does take a back seat to the relationship between these four. You find out their backstories as the story progresses, in a relevant way to the story and not just an info-dump.

The characters all work, both separately and as a group. They all have baggage and reasons to be the way they are, and you can’t help but feel for them. This is billed as the first book in a series and I would definitely like to continue, just to see where this is going to go next.

With a smooth pace and an HFN ending, this was a great story that I thoroughly enjoyed and have no hesitation in recommending.

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