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Diesel: The Unchained Omegaverse Kindle Edition
He was battered but not broken.
Diesel barely escaped one hellhole with his life…only to be captured again and forced into an underground fight ring. Nursed back to health by the only tender soul he’s ever met, every day a little more of his strength returns, and he burns, not only for revenge, but also to claim the only woman brave enough to stand by his side.
She was damaged but not defeated.
Ruby never saw an alpha in the flesh before her brothers brought one home in the back of their truck in chains. Even battered, bound, and unconscious she can sense the awesome power running through the massive man’s body. She feels the pull to help him from somewhere deep in her soul, but she fears the price she’ll have to pay.
Once there were boundaries…but now that their chains are broken, these alphas refused to be contained.
Diesel is the third book in The Unchained Omegaverse, a hot new ABO romance series featuring knotting, heats, and possession. Wear gloves, cause this sh*t is hot.
- ASIN : B09DM3KL17
- Language : English
- File size : 4916 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 193 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 22,346 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Ruby's character was a bit frustrating. She's described as intelligent and kind, but then makes stupid, selfish mistakes. I think the plot could have been tweaked to fit her character better, but it probably would have come at the price of losing a sex scene. Personally, I would have preferred that.
It was great to see a previous omega/alpha pair again. I've missed the sense of community that came with the boundarylands series.
Possibly my favorite from the Unchained books, the H & h are well-developed while the plot takes some surprising twists and turns. I loved the connection between them. I loved the visceral feel and the consistency of their developing relationship.
Knowing that there is always an HEA, I still felt the suspense when it seemed there would be none.
Diesel displayed all of the characteristics I've come to know and love about the Alphas. The brothers certainly displayed the diversity (and cowardice) so often seen in beta males. Ruby was a delightfully complex and likeable heroine. It was easy to feel both protective of her and empathy for her.
All said and done, 5 stars for Diesel. I'd also recommend reading the others... you won't be sorry! 😉