Book Reviews

Wesley (Resistant Omegas 7) by Joyee Flynn at Siren Publishing

Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Psychic Powers / Menage MMMM / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Serena Yates on 09-November-2012

Book Blurb

Wesley survived a brutal attack only to have a few wires cross when his body healed him. Now he doesn’t know who people are until he reads their energy with a kiss… Which was what he always wanted in life. To experience one real kiss.

Bay Edson needs someone to break his walls down and help him become more than an Alpha. Levey Fergus wants someone to let Levey take care of them, because it’s in his nature and two dominant males see it as coddling. And Harkin Willis hopes for a man that will be the glue to bind them all together and make them a family.

But when Bay, Harkin, and Levey misunderstand the terms of the contract and screw up, will Wesley be able to forgive them? Or will he say to hell with love and spend his time raising the natural wolf pups he found?

Book Review

This instalment of the story is more than the normal "beaten down Omega finds loving inner circle" and mates them all to finally get some happiness. While that was still very much going on as the main focus for the four key characters, we find out more about the framework story as well. There are some interesting revelations about the back story, the history of the Omegas, and how their power actually works. I suspect that will keep the series going for a bit!

Wesley is an exceptional Omega in many respects. His treatment was more brutal, and resulted in some serious health-related issues. Not being able to recognize people is horrible and disorienting and explains a lot of his suspicions and weird reactions. Wesley is also a very powerful Omega (and the explanation given for that is fascinating), which helps him deal with most things. Emotions though, and human behavior, baffle him as much as the next guy.

Bay is the alpha and he wants to do things right, but just like his betas, Levey and Harkin, he messes up constantly. Half of that is Wesley overreacting, but still. These three are more clueless than usual, and the only saving grace is Levey's dedication to the wolf pups Wesley found, and Bay and Harkin's unwillingness to give up on Wesley. They are determined to become a family and deserve points for their willingness to grovel for forgiveness.

Just like for the other books in this series, if you're looking for a fun read and are in the mood for some dark revelations while you're at it, or just want to know what happens next in this series, you will probably like this book.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novella, 35542 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 08-November-2012
Price $5.50 ebook
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