Book Reviews

Love Me Broken (Lost Omegas 2) by Angelique Voisen at Evernight Publishing

Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / MPreg / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 21-February-2018

Book Blurb

Can a wolf earn back his mate’s trust after throwing it away? 


The last time werewolf Franco Antico saw his Omega, Jaime was eighteen—gorgeous, sweet and innocent. When dark forces threatened their pack, he made the choice to protect Jaime the only way he could, by fleeing and taking the fight elsewhere. 


Five years later, Franco returns to discover nothing of his childhood friend and mate remains. Jaime’s bitter, broken, and carrying the pup of an abusive alpha. 


Trust needs to be earned. Franco gave his away. Can he mend Jaime’s heart and soul, and reclaim his lost Omega?


Book Review

Mates who get separated for whatever reason can never be a good thing. In this story about feuding werewolf packs, cruel attempts to kidnap and breed any omegas able to bear pups, and a supernatural council that seems intent on perpetuating the injustice done on many fronts, Jaime and Franco suffer way beyond what either of them thought they’d be able to bear. Separated when Jaime was barely eighteen, they only meet again five years later, when Franco finally stops thinking he can protect Jaime by staying away. He also figures the last member of the enemy pack that burned their village is dead… but as it turns out, neither assumption is correct.

Jaime has been through hell. Abandoned by his mate, left behind under the protection of strangers, years later Jaime figures he has had enough and leaves. That choice doesn’t work out well for him at all; he falls prey to a ruthless, cruel alpha who mistreats and abuses him at every turn. Jaime begins to believe that he is as worthless as the guy keeps telling him, but when Franco appears, seemingly out of nowhere, some of the old Jaime surfaces and he begins to fight for what he really wants. Franco to stop running and stay with him – even if Jaime fears that will never happen because he is too “broken”.

Franco has been through his own kind of hell. Always on the run, trying to take out the remaining members of the pack that destroyed his and Jaime’s home, he waits for confirmation that all his enemies are dead. Once he thinks he’s done, he returns to where he left Jaime years earlier – only to find out the omega took off. The chase is on! What Franco finds may not be what he expected, but Jaime is his mate, so they’ll have to work something out.

Both Jaime and Franco are tough guys, and while they feel the mating pull, they are not touchy-feely in the least. There is no relief when they see each other again, only fear and anger on both sides. Their enemies turn out to still be very active, and any sort of sentimentality would not work in Jaime and Franco’s advantage. I have to admit that I found that difficult to deal with even though it made a lot of sense for them to behave like that.

If you like stories about enemy werewolf packs tearing each other to pieces no matter what the consequences, if you want to see a reunion between two shifters who have suffered separation for years, and if you’re looking for a read that is on the violent side, suspenseful, but ends well, then you might like this novella.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novella, 30130 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 08-January-2018
Price $3.99 ebook
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