- Omega Arrival
Formerly published under the same title with the same cover. Rights regained by author and minor edits and changes made. This series is a spin-off from the River Wolf Pack series, but it is not necessary to read that series first.
The omegas will meet pack members at a gathering, and interested parties will write their names in a book. But in the end, it will be the omegas who choose who they mate.
Ten years have passed since Angel Hills Pack suffered the loss of all its omegas. Now five omegas and three betas are being escorted from River Wolf Pack to join Angel Hills in the Eufaula Mountains in hope the fertile omegas will help rebuild the dwindling population of the pack. But multiple dangers threaten--some human and some werewolf--and a struggle begins that pack alpha Grey could never have foreseen.
Pairings: M-M, M-M-M, 4+ or Other
Heat Level: 5
Romantic Content: 4
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay, Polyamorous
Protagonist 1 Age: 36-45
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 3 Age: 26-35
Tropes: Age Difference, Arranged Pairing, Big Character / Little Character, Biological Urge to Mate, Everyone is Queer, Families/Raising Kids, Hurt / Comfort, Married Life, Meet Cute, Mpreg
Word Count: 60k
Setting: USA, Alternate Universe
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters
Celest F. on Amazon wrote:
Angel Hill series follows the River Wolf Pack series. It is recommended that River Wolf Pack series is read prior to beginning this series.
River Wolf Pack is in disarray after Alpha River is forced out with a few loyal members.
5 omega & 3 beta members decide to leave for Angel Hill Pack under a prearranged agreement between the two pack.
Omega Arrival follows mostly omegas Justin and Gabriel as they settle into their new mated relationships and into a new pack.
We get glimpses into Caanan psychic and Vincent’s struggle to settle into his mated relationship.
There are a lot of secondary characters in this book, who we do get to know better as the series progresses.
All in all, a good start to this spin-off series.
This book comes after River Wolf Pack series and I recommend reading that series first as there was a lot of back info I didn't have. Having said that, this was a great book that didn't just feature one couple or triad, but touched on a little of each mating of the five omegas that were brought to Angel Hills.
There's a bit of drama, both resolved and unresolved, with most of the omegas. I really love Justin and Milo's parts of the story as Milo is a wonderful alpha that truly embraces taking on the dad role for Justin's pups. I look forward to reading the next book to see how some of the other drama is resolved.