The Omega’s Temptation by Gale Stanley

The Omega’s Temptation by Gale Stanley
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance, Paranormal
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Axel, a bullied omega, has had enough of trying to please his parents and his pack. He escapes to hide among the humans, but will he reveal his true identity to save the woman he loves?

Axel was tired of being bullied simply because he was the weakest – the Omega – in his pack. After being bullied and humiliated at a pack party Axel has had enough and runs away. Six months ago Cassie had also left a man who didn’t love her and lost his temper once too often. Even though Cassie is struggling to build a new life for herself and her small son she’s determined to hide from her abusive ex. Axel knows being with humans is forbidden, but he can’t help the strength of his temptation and he can’t force himself to ignore his feelings for Cassie. Can they find something special together?
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This is an enjoyable and somewhat sweet romance that I really enjoyed. Axel and Cassie are both downtrodden in their own ways and I loved seeing them not just come together but build each other up and strengthen each other. That was really lovely and something you don’t often see in many erotic romances.

Due to the short length of the story, Cassie and Axel jumped a few of the normal “getting to know you” steps in a romance. And, while the author explained this well, I still felt like the story might have been richer and more believable had these early steps in their relationship not been so glossed over. I did really appreciate though how Cassie and Axel didn’t just jump into bed together or fall into insta-love. With Axel being a werewolf, that could have been one track taken and I was pleased the author avoided that cliche.

While Cassie and Axel’s growing relationship is the main thrust of the story’s plot, I was really impressed that what I thought would be a cliched ex-boyfriend sub-plot turned into something far more fresh and interesting. A part of me would have enjoyed it had the author given this sub-plot a little more time and room to unfold more slowly, but I felt this really added an excellent element to the story and made it much more than just “shifter meets and falls in love with girl” so it really helped round out the whole story.

With interesting characters and a few fresh twists to the plot, this was a really good short story that I enjoyed.


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