Omega Titan

by A.Y. Venona

Omega Titan - A.Y. Venona - Alpha Academy
Part of the Alpha Academy series:
Editions:Kindle: $ 3.99 USD
Pages: 252

To save his mate's life from the unstoppable force that resurfaced from oblivion, Delvin is left with no other choice but to trust a god whose emblem is a snake. But there is another danger Delvin has not foreseen. This one hits so close to home.

Daniel is in training, not because he has an assassin on his ass, but because, for the very first time since attending Alpha Academy, he will be a challenger in a tournament. But there is one challenge Daniel is not prepared for—to give Delvin a happy ending without him in the picture.

Together they must battle against their fate. But one of them must sacrifice himself to give the other a victory. Myths, legends, heroes—all tied together in one greatest mystery of all: Which came first, the Alpha or the Omega?

Omega Titan, Author's Preferred Edition, is a complete revision of the first edition. This version brings closure to a two-book series Alpha Academy set in the Omega Curse universe.

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Pairings: M-M
Heat Level: 4
Romantic Content: 3
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual, Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 26-35
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Tropes: Alpha Character, Badass Hero, Fated Mates / Soul Mates, Hurt / Comfort, Married Life, Mpreg, Rescue, True Love
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters
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Reviews:HockeyfanT wrote:

Wow! This book was even better than the first. Daniel and Delvin never seemed to be able to catch a break. This one started two years after the events of book one. The young men were still living at the Alpha Academy, and Daniel still had his devoted group of friends. Suddenly, the mated pair had all sorts of dangers surrounding them, which they handled both together and separately. I did feel frustrated with some events and characters, but the story kept me in its grips until the very end. I hurt with Daniel as he tried to reconcile himself with situations out of his control, I grieved with the group of friends when they lost one of their own, and I cried a little with Delvin as he continuously fought for his mate. This 2-book series is amazing, and though I felt that a few of my questions were left unanswered, I am so glad I got to experience this story.


About the Author

A.Y. Venona loves both science and literature. She is fascinated by all the myths and different cultural lores and seeks to deconstruct them by looking into their science and the possibility of them to be lost in the politics of translation--because she is a skeptic with imagination. She has a few theories in her head, but she can't write an equation, so she uses the only medium she knows--fiction.


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