His breath came in short gasps. His lungs burned. The cuts on his face and arms from shoving through the underbrush stung. His limbs protested. He wasn't used to this. Adrenaline and fear were the only things pushing his body onward.
Ori always believed there had to be more to life than the boundaries of his village. There was only one problem: omegas were not allowed to leave. Ever. Willing to risk everything to find something more than life as a breeder, he runs. His path inevitably crosses that of a handsome, charming, red-haired wandering alpha simply called Siv. The two make an unlikely pair and surprisingly good traveling companions. For once in his life, Ori finds himself happy, and in that happiness, he finds he might just trust this mysterious stranger. And Ori has a tendency to follow his instincts. For better or for worse.
©2016 Noah Harris (P)2016 Marini Publishing
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"Skip 1; This is Book 1 Improved !"
This isn't actually a second book in the series.
It is a rewrite of the hot mess that is "Werebear: Trace: Hunted MM Bears, Book 1".
The Only reason I even gave this a chance is because the new narrator, Craig Beck, did such an EXCELLENT job w/ Indra Vaughn's M/M romance "Patchwork Paradise".
The basic story is still the same, but it has been expanded and most of the plot holes mended. There are still some issues w/ mating heat/pregnancy, but the story flows now. The characters and their world are much better developed. The improved narration helps as well.
This is a HUGE improvement over Werebear: Trace & a sweet little story now
Awesome book, looks like I have found another great author. I loved the omega he was so feisty. I had a hard time putting the book down. Can't wait to read more of this author's works.
"Feel good quick read."
characters needed more development but it was enough to be an enjoyable quick read. it's one of my go to's when I just want a feel good slightly humorous quick read.
"slave whore beta bears"
An alpha-phobic werebear escapes from slavery and meets the first kind and gentlemenly alpha werebear ever in this shifter story written with a happy nod to fairytales.
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