Protecting His Omega


Title:Protecting His Omega
Author: Giovanna Reaves
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: November 12, 2017
Genre(s): Gay Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 170 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Blurb:

Phoenix Harcourt, a single father who was kicked out of his home when his parents found out that he was an Omega. After losing his Alpha mate, Phoenix he turned his focus to his daughter and the successful company that was left in his care. With a threat to his life, Phoenix hires a bodyguard who wants to protect more than his body. He also want’s Phoenix’s heart.

Hired to protect an Omega, Lucius Payne had one goal do his job and nothing else. He was never one to mix business with pleasure. Moreover, finding an Omega mate was never in his plans, especially when it is the man he is supposed to protect. His job becomes more complicated than he was expecting. Can Lucius convince Phoenix to trust him with his heart as well as his body?

Disclaimer: Contains Mpreg but not the focus of the story. Alpha/Omega (non-shifter). This book contains explicit language and is intended for adult readers over the age of 18+


I truly love when you have a book that when you are reading it that there is twists and turns that you never seen coming. This is definitely one of them. There is mystery, there is danger, there is new love, there is family, and there is new beginnings. All that wrapped into one read makes an really impressive read.

Phoenix is an Omega. Being an omega he is viewed as weaker but the truth is Phoenix is anything but weak. Well at least he is in most parts of his life with the exception of where it comes to his daughter Jasmine. Phoenix has done why most Omegas have not been able to do and that is to become CEO of his company. He has also been able to use that to change some laws where Omegas are concerned. Not everyone is happy about him being the CEO of the company and that fact could not have been made more clear than it is with the threats to not only Phoenix but his daughter also.

In order to find out who is behind all of this a bodyguard named Lucius is brought in and low and behold to both men’s surprise, they are mates. Phoenix does not know how to feel about it because of everything that happened with Jasmine’s dad and reality is that Phoenix does not trust people easily. So to have to put his trust in someone he has never met before now is hard for him. Seeing as how he is Lucius’s mate also, it makes things more complicated.

Though Phoenix tries to avoid the mating and Lucius, he finds it impossible because the more he gets to know of this man the more irresistible he becomes. As things heat up with the investigation and the closer these two men get, the danger becomes more intense also.

Can Lucius figure out who the person is behind the threats before something happens to his mate?

This was such an exciting read. I truly enjoyed this read. I read it all in one setting. This is definitely on my recommended read list. Will not disappoint.

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Galley copy of Protecting His Omega provided by Giovanni Reaves in exchange of an honest review.

Author

Hello, I am an avid reader of male/male books. I do not have a favorite genre when it comes to male/male books because I love all of them from romance, dark reads, paranormal, shifter, threesome, whatever I see that catches my eye at the time.

I read books about rock stars, CEOs, military, cops, and just the original plain old good boy types of books.

Basically when it comes to a book, I read whatever I am in the mood for at the time. So my tastes varies from day to day and sometimes even hour to hour.

3 comments

  • No worries. I know how that can be. My examples are from the first four pages, before I was able to get into the story.
    It‘s just that a recommended read used to be a sure bet for me (even way back in the jessewave years) and they haven‘t been for a while.

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  • Hi Tosha. I would have loved if you had mentioned the iffy writing. I‘m not a native speaker, but even so I can’t stomach sentences like „And that made him smiled.“ or „However, no matter how rare omegas are, they have a low standing in society and, in most cases, not seen as leaders and are supposed to be submissive to their mates.“

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    • Nika I am sorry you found the writing iffy as you put it. I am going to be honest when I say that when I get into a book I am completely embraced in the book and do not really notice things like that. I am just one of those readers that when I read and like a book I am reading I get completely engrossed in it. Agin sorry if I missed something that should have been in my review.

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