Shameless review from the author!! HOHOHO! It' not the first because some readers beat me to it <3 This story is a slow-burn, with our two authors dealing with their own broken heart while slowly opening up to the other. It's an omegaverse so it will contain all the elements but I promise you, this is not you typical omegaverse with dominating alphas and submissive omegas! If you like some sweet angst, please proceed!! Also, just so you know, this contains spoiler for my other novel The Claimed Omega, but I will put a spoiler warning at that chapter :3 Hope you enjoy and let me know your thoughts! <3
As the other story of this author this one is well Writted and portrait interesting characters. Is not the kind of history where the main characteres fall in love at instant. Is slow burn, yes but the kind you enjoy. Y aquí va en español. Quieres leer una historia donde los protagonistas van descubriendo poco a poco sus sentimientos, abriendo sus corazones y sanando sus heridas? Pues esta es tu historia. esta muy bien escrita y muestra personajes más realistas que los clásicos CEO y Cenicienta que hay por ahí . Realmente se les recomiendo esta historia.
I gotta say this author is just amazing. I have read every book and I'm just amazed. The writing is perfect, the characters are perfect and the storyline is perfect. And on top of that it's a Omegaverse, my favourite genre. I can recommend this book to everyone that loves Omegaverse and good writing.
This novel – as did the previous one - has the gift to make you hooked right away : well written and endearing main characters; a stiff background story that makes you shiver and keeps you in the edge of your seat (It’s not mentioned a lot for now, but we know it has happened) and a sharp sense of situation comedy. Knowing the author previous work, I can’t wait for the (conscious) romantic parts to kick in. This is a strong work and a strong start. Well done! On a personal note, what a pleasure to meet these characters again. But if you havent already read « The Claimed Omega », it’s not a problem (just a shame 😉) Merci @Tiffany_JC
I love slowburn story, and this book is my type 🥰 The prologue is clear and systematic, but somehow I found it too detailed and contained too much information. Perhaps some information can be shared in the next chapters little by little to make it more interesting 😁 But, the writings in this book are decent and neat, and it's almost perfect in any aspect. This book is highly recommended [img=recommend]
The main character was well developed and interesting and the main supporting characters were also compelling and likable. This was my first Omegaverse novel so the concepts were new and interesting to me. The story kept my interest well enough to buy the book, in spite of the fact that the writing was hampered by many errors in English conventions of grammar and punctuation. It was often difficult to tell which character was speaking, the use of plurals was often grammatically incorrect, personal pronouns were sometimes mixed up and the vocabulary was often awkward. The story is compelling, interesting and often very moving. It deserves the attention of a skilled editor and I hope that he author will be able to attain this.
This is a good book. The romance is slow-burn, with both characters having a lot of interactions before officially getting together. It's sweet and fluffy, and the darker bits are done via plot, as opposed to random melodrama. Actually though, the part I liked the most was the way the author portrayed the MC, Haneul. The way the author wrote about his past, and the way it continues to heavily affect him throughout the story, is well done. As readers, we also get to see Haneul's progress as he learns new things. Haneul's past isn't there as a decoration or plot device, and his problems don't magically go away via a perfect-instant-fix-relationship. Even at the end of the story, we see that Haneul is still struggling with certain things. I really appreciate that. After all, in real life problems don't just magically disappear when you fall in love. Some people might like to read that kind of story, but I disagree. Seeing the way the characters have to struggle, learn to communicate, adapt, and gradually work things out piece by piece is actually really motivating. I can relate to Haneul in some respects, so I think seeing him making progress in this kind of way is actually a massive relief. It was comforting to be reminded that even if it's slow and not always immediately noticeable, making an effort to improve yourself will make a difference eventually. I don't entirely know how to explain myself here, but just that when I put down the book after binging all the chapters, I found myself left feeling somehow reassured about my own life. It was pretty comforting. Anyway, I think the writing was very good. Pacing, plot, etc., were all nice, with the characters and relationship building being the strongest points. I felt the way mental health was handled was pretty true to life, and felt relatable, emotionally. I would say that, provided you pay attention to the warnings and make sure you're in a good place before reading certain chapters, this is a book I would definitely recommend giving a try.