Title: Lonely No More (Sanctuary #1)
Author: Really very Bozman
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: May 15, 2019
Genre(s): Mpreg, Romance
Page Count: 53 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 2 stars out of 5
Casey LaRue is hiding from himself. As an omega in Sanctuary, Texas, he’s already watched carefully. Being gay makes things even worse – or it will when he gets the courage to open up to his mother. After his younger brother Chris came out, he was kicked out of the house. They no longer talk about him. Casey can’t imagine taking that risk. When a sexy as sin alpha catches his eye at Sanctuary’s first ever gay bar, Casey may have a reason to take a leap of faith.
Aries Niel has followed his friend Finn to Sanctuary, Texas. Finn is determined to open a nightclub that doesn’t seem welcome in the little town. Still, Aries knows his job: watch the books, add a perfect decorator’s touch, and keep his best friend’s dream from dying. When an angelic omega enchants Aries, he tries to show Casey that being yourself doesn’t have to lead to the end of the world.
This is a 15k prequel story, intended for mature audiences only. All events described within take place between consenting adults. This is a stand alone story and includes Mpreg and a HEA ending.
Alright to start off with I have to be completely honest when I say this series turned out to not be for me. That does not mean I think that others will not enjoy it, it just means I did not enjoy it.
This book in my opinion is one of those books that may be a short story but the storyline drew on for me and so it made this book way less enjoyable.
Sanctuary Texas is not what the name makes it out to be. By the name you would think this is a sanctuary town for omegas but it is the exact opposite. Omegas in this book are treated poorly. They are thought of as less than and that is very apparent in the way alphas treat and talk about the omegas.
Aries followed his friend to Sanctuary Texas to help him open a club/actual Sanctuary to help omegas. And though he is an Alpha, he knows from not being local the way omegas are treated is not right.
Casey is an omega and he is gay so he knows after his brother was thrown out of the house for being gay that once his family finds out about him then he will also probably be thrown out as well. Now that he has met Aries and he gets to know him better he realizes that maybe coming out will not be so bad if he has someone like Aries in his corner.
Will these two men find a way to start and keep a relationship going in such a bigoted town?
This book as I said is based around how badly omegas are treated in the town they live in. I think that may have been one of the reasons that I did not enjoy this book because I had hoped the issue of the omega’s treatment would have been at least rectified somewhat but that is not really what happened. Even though I did not enjoy this book, that does not mean I think others will feel the same. So read it and decide for yourself.
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