Book Reviews

The Last Omega He Would Ever Choose (Possessive Dragon Husbands 3) by Marcy Jacks at Siren Publishing

Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Christy Duke on 21-November-2017

Book Blurb

Dragon warrior Lance Cathail had the love of his life and child taken from him by a pack of coyotes. He hates them, but one of the omegas in that pack is his new mate.


A coyote omega, his mate. Life hates him, but even when the omega is kidnapped by a clan of rogue dragons, Lance won't let it stand.


When he brings Andrew home, he's stuck with a new set of challenges: whether or not he can forgive his mate, himself, and the pack, for the death of his first mate, or to continue on living alone and miserable.


Andrew knows he is incredibly attracted to the dragon who saved him. Lance caught him out of the sky when he would have fallen to his death, and Andrew has lusted after him since, but the demons Lance carries might be more than Andrew can handle, especially when Andrew learns of his family's dark history with Lance's suffering.


Book Review

This third installment in the ‘Possessive Dragon Husbands’ series focuses on Andrew, Adrian’s twin and Jake’s younger brother, and Lance, a warrior for Arthur and a self-proclaimed hater of coyote shifters. Coyotes were responsible for the death of Lance’s mate and child, and he has hated them ever since. Unfortunately, he also recognizes Andrew as his mate, and Lance is conflicted over what to do. Andrew doesn’t realize what is going on, he only knows how much safer he feels when Lance is around. Two men with bad histories revolving around each other’s species is bound to make for an interesting read.

Andrew is saddened for Lance when he hears what happened to him, but he’s determined not to let Lance treat him poorly. They both have a lot of bad memories but a mate is a mate, and Andrew won’t allow Lance to ignore him. Lance is somewhat shocked at the small glimpses of aggression he sees in his omega mate. Andrew goes to Arthur with a solution for growing crops so high up on the mountain, something the dragons have never been able to do. Lance is proud of his mate for finding this solution and it goes a long way to both men dropping their guards and really communicating. Of course, not until they go through the inevitable stubbornness that some men have when it involves feelings.

A very sweet addition to the series. I liked the way Lance and Andrew made it all work although quite a bit of the solutions came about due to insta-love, but it was still a nice happy ending.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novella, 25819 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 20-October-2017
Price $3.99 ebook
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