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It had been nearly 150 years since the last Omega. Nearly 150 since the last male pregnancy, since the last time anyone experienced any of the genetic traits that made a person an Alpha, Beta, or Omega. Now, everyone was just human, and any knowledge of the past came from stories passed down from generation to generation or history books.
The last thing on River Simmon’s mind when he entered the bar that evening was old history about Alpha and Omegas. All he wanted to do was put his bad day behind him and have some fun.
Cooper Covington had similar ideas. After his best friend convinced him to go out to the bar after a breakup, all he wanted to do was enjoy himself and forget his troubles.
From the moment the two men laid eyes on each other they felt a connection. Neither man entered the bar planning on a hookup, but the spark between them was just too hard to resist. What they hadn’t understood at the time was something that was just supposed to be a one-night stand would end up connecting the two men forever, in more ways than one.
Point of view:
1st person. Alternating between Cooper and River’s perspectives.
DNF @ 55%
Hmmm… I really like the premise and opening of this one, but the execution left a bit to be desired and ultimately I lost interest.
The idea of an omegaverse where ABO classifications don’t exist anymore is kind of neat. So it’s a total surprise when River becomes pregnant from a wild one night stand with Cooper.
Unfortunately I struggled with the writing: repetitive sentences, similar names (this is fiction – purposefully naming characters starting with the same letter for no discernible plot reason is just confusing), quotes at the beginning of a paragraph from one character while it’s actually the other character talking, and skipping chunks of time that would allow me to feel a real connection between the MCs besides just pregnancy or sexual attraction.