Short and Sweet Review-Omega by Jasinda Wilder

Posted March 17, 2017 by Loverofromance in Book Reviews / 9 Comments

Short and Sweet Review-Omega by Jasinda Wilder

Short and Sweet Review-Omega by Jasinda WilderOmega by Jasinda Wilder
Also in this series: Alpha, Beta
Series: Alpha #3
on August 4th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense, Erotica
Pages: 483
Format: eBook
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When you make an enemy of a man like Vitaly Karahalios, there is nowhere on earth you can go to escape his wrath. He'll find you. He found me, he found Roth. He found Layla.
He found us, and now the unthinkable has happened. Someone I love has been kidnapped.
Again.
This isn't a fairy tale.
Not everyone will get a happily ever after.
Sometimes we can't just walk away from the past.
Love doesn't always save the day.
The beast won't always get his beauty.
But maybe, just maybe we can get our happy ending.

Omega is the final installment of this powerful and sensual trilogy. It follows a few months I believe after the second book. So newcomers, basically what has happened previously is that Kyrie and Valentine are in hiding, with Kyrie’s best friend Layla. Kyrie in order to save the man she loved and herself, had to kill their enemy a cruel and selfish woman, but her father is after them. Even though this villain of theirs understand the situation, he is out to destroy Kyrie especially and anyone that is close to her. At first I thought Omega would be more about Kyrie and Valentine but I was pleasantly surprised to see that it was Layla’s story. Layla had a rough upbringing and has a rough exterior but she is tough as nails. Which makes her the perfect match for cool and collected Harris. I really liked the ins and outs of their relationship.

“I wasn’t capable of saying goodbye to him. So I rushed back to kiss him once more, amazed that this was me, in love with a man who loved me back.”

It had quite a few love scenes, however, I did feel there was quite a bit of thrilling development of the plot. At first I wasn’t sure if I would like seeing more of Layla, since she seems so bratty in books one and two, however, I grew to like her eventually but it takes some time before her character softens enough for you to like her. I didn’t love her at all, but I did grow to like her toward the end. We see beneath the surface and she becomes so likable. Definitely a couple you can fight for.

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About Jasinda Wilder

NEW YORK TIMES, USA TODAY, WALL STREET JOURNAL and international bestselling author Jasinda Wilder is a Michigan native with a penchant for titillating tales about sexy men and strong women. Her bestselling titles include ALPHA, STRIPPED, WOUNDED, and the #1 Amazon and international bestseller FALLING INTO YOU. You can find her on her farm in Northern Michigan with her husband, author Jack Wilder, her six children and menagerie of animals.

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  • Hmm… Sounds interesting. I wish she had been more creative with the covers. They don’t catch the eye.

    • It is, but yeah they are so “bleh” and even though I like series covers to match in some way they are all the same except for the color and I do wish authors that are self published would try to make sure their covers are good.

  • Not sure about the covers being so similar

  • Always a good thing when an author makes me like a character I wasn’t impressed with before. I’ve not read Wilder’s books yet, but they sound good and intense. Impressive with the shorty review, Renee. 🙂

  • I haven’t read anything by Jasinda Wilder, but I’ve heard good things about her books. This sounds like a great trilogy though not really my genre. Does she have any other books that are less erotic?

    • I believe she has a YA series “Falling” that is more romantic than erotic. I think you would like that one. I recently discovered this author since my library has quite a few of her books. And I do like her just wish that this series had less sex scenes.

  • I have a love-hate relationship with Wilder’s books. I hated her Madame X series (why did I honestly think I would enjoy them?!!?), but I loved Wounded. I love how gritty and intense her books can get, but also so sexy and swoony. But sometimes too sexy? I can’t see myself reading this series… I’m glad you liked the book overall!

    Have a great weekend, Renee. =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  • I’ve never heard of this author. I’m glad you were able to come to like the heroine, even if you didn’t love her. You don’t have to like every main character of a series to enjoy the series as a whole. I find it interesting that the author chose to use the same image for the covers, just with different colors. Great review.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads