Whoo hoo! The second book in my Myth of Omega series, Crave To Capture is LIVE!
Crave To Capture continues the fantasy dark romance story of Alpha Emperor Drocco and Omega spy Cailyn. This one has a different feel to the first book, Crave To Capture, because of the circumstances surrounding the couple and how they deal with it. But this actually does set the tone of the rest of the books in this series and will define who its readers are, which can only be a good thing. 🙂
Once again, this book is not for everyone. There are some dark romance aspects such as captivity and dubious consent. This one also ends on another cliffy.
Reviews for Crave To Conquer
I love love love the world building here. The author does such a great job creating this omegaverse world along with all the magic and excitement.
Amazon Reviewer, Sara F
I want to gush about Drocco and Cailyn but I don’t want to give away any of their story. I can’t wait for others to discover it for themselves.
Goodreads Reviewer, Michelle S
He’s the epitome of a dominant, controlling, OTT j/p alpha H. If you don’t like a man who knows what he wants and will do ANYTHING to get it, you should probably stay away – Goodreads Reviewer, Samantha K
While the journey is dark, there’s still hope for both of these complex characters and their complicated relationship. We’re finally beginning to see the true power dynamic of the Alpha/Omega dynamic.
Amazon Reviewer, Andi. B
Excerpt [includes potential spoilers]
Finally, the door handle turned, and she stood on the opposite side of the table watching the door open.
And there he was.
He came into the room slowly, his massive bulk swaying as he closed the door behind him. He spent time adjusting the door and then turned to her.
He looked incredible.
Dressed in his thick, gleaming, warrior armor, he looked even more fierce than she remembered. His black hair had grown a little, and a rough beard covered his cheeks and chin, making him look even more rugged. His stormy, black eyes fixed on her and the entire room shrunk as she stared back at him, that familiar trembling feeling beginning to rise.
The part of her that missed him rejoiced, wanting him near her, but she held fast against the urge. She watched him, waiting for him to begin questioning her, but he said nothing.
They stood, staring at each other in silence.
“Emperor Drocco,” Cailyn began, her voice thin against the thickness of what was unsaid between them. “I do apologize for attacking you. I’m glad to see that you have recovered.”
He said nothing. His eyes bore into her, filled with that determination that she’d always seen in him when he had been questioning her.
“King Malloron has made me an offer,” she said, nervously. “One I have decided to take. I cannot go back to the Eastern Lands with you. I know you think I’ve betrayed you, but you must remember that you kept me prisoner. I never asked for your attentions.”
He continued to remain silent.
Cailyn gripped the table in frustration. This wasn’t what she expected from him. Drocco never backed down from an argument he felt was incorrect. Why was he being silent? And then she noticed he hadn’t moved from the door either. What the hell was going on? Something wasn’t right.
If you’ve read the first book in the series, pick up your copy!