(Wren’s Song #1)
by Addison Cain
Wren can’t sing like a bird. She can’t speak at all.
The Alpha kingpin and his pack didn’t buy the Omega to hear it talk.
“Electrifying, dark and delicious–I devoured every tantalizing word of this devious tale.” – Renee Rose, USA Today Bestselling author
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My ARC Review:
OMG Addison has done it again, another unputdownable story set in the OmegaVerse!! Step right this way for your dose of everything that you shouldn’t want but can’t help but like – depraved, dirty, nasty, sick, coupled with a healthy dose of WTF, jaw-dropping, eye-popping hot Alpha sexiness that involves lots of purring, growling, slicks, fluids, knots and nests!!! I tell ya, I just can’t get enough of this stuff and Addison is Queen of Freak for the OmegaVerse – its an insanely compelling read, one you know you shouldn’t like but holy shitballs this stuff is HAWT!!
Wren, poor love, I did feel sorry for her when we first met her, who wouldn’t want outstanding parents like that eh??! But all of Addison’s heroines are made of strong backbones with an unparalleled strength and determination to succeed, watch out you Alphas (Caspian, Kieran, and Toby) you really don’t know what you’ve taken on yet!! What a star Wren is, looking after her little boys, and doing everything she an to keep them and herself alive and even ends up taking on the number 1 Alpha Caspian, who nearly ends up doing the unthinkable and claiming her, before handing her over to his 2nd and 3rd in command Kieran and Toby, all 3 different characters wanting something different from her.
This is a short read which was read in one sitting and I can’t wait for the next 2 books to see how this will play out. Not to be missed if you’re an OmegaVerse fan or not, and just want to get down and dirty with your freak, give this a try, you don’t know what you’re missing!!!
USA Today Bestselling author, Addison L. Cain, was born in sunny California, but found herself drawn to dwell in older, history-rich places. Japan, Ireland, Qatar, and now Washington DC, Addison is always on the move, always eager to immerse herself in new cultures and people. Her stories reflect the antiquities she loves: deep and sometimes very dark. Driven to push her characters beyond the pale, Addison’s books are not for the faint of heart.