Friday, June 19, 2015

Omega's Heart (Black Hills Wolves 21) by TL Reeve ARC Review!


When the wolf is away…

Five years ago, Max Reaper walked out of Kole Silver’s life forever, leaving behind a broken omega.

Kole doesn’t believe in love anymore. He keeps to himself, leading a solitary life until stumbling upon an injured human, Jasper Hill. An instant attraction explodes between them, becoming an unbreakable bond. There is no choice—Kole must claim the man as his own.

When Max returns to take possession of what is rightfully his, a situation he’d never imagined greets him. Angry with himself and with his mate’s betrayal, he wrestles his wolf who demands he take action—to claim his mate. But will he be able to accept Kole’s new human companion, or will his mistake of leaving five years ago end up biting him in the ass?


Omega's Heart, the 21st book in the Black Hills Wolves series, is some seriously sexy and yet, surprisingly sweet romance. This is a steamy m/m/m story that is heart-wrenching and beyond HOT at the same time. We get three good looking men making love, and just generally being sweet on one another as they travel this road of love together. We get some drama due to the fact Max walked out of Kole's life, but when he returns, he has to decide how to handle Kole and his new found mate. There is some struggle at first, but it doesn't take him, or his other two mates, to come together and love one another as they should.

I loved all three of these characters. They each had something good to bring into their relationship that was essential and unique. I loved the danger, and the plot as well as the writing for Omega's Heart. TL Reeve weaves a sensual, dangerous and intriguing tale that will leave readers charged and squirming. I don't read a lot of m/m/m romances but thanks to Reeve, I may be checking out more books like this in the future.

I give this a STUNNING FOUR AND A HALF SHOOTING STARS! I can't complain about anything with Omega's Heart and I am happy with the story and the outcome. 

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