Owen’s dreams are crushed when Prince Devin, the alpha he gave his virginity and—he thought—his life to, severs their betrothal and sends him back to the Western Pack where he was born.
Donovan isn’t an omega. He’s an alpha—a big, competent, ferocious one. So why does he have an irresistible and shameful urge to submit to another alpha in the most painful and degrading ways possible?
Daisy has come to North Leland to pursue his calling as a sex worker. He’s a feisty, independent, and intentionally delectable piece of omega eye candy. The last thing he needs is an interfering sheriff.
North Leland’s fight for equality and against Prince Devin comes to a satisfy end in Omega Reimagined volume 2.
Omega Returned: Best friends Alpha Fortis and Beta Keesh have been charged with getting Owen safely back home, but as they travel through the woods together, the lust they feel for each other and for Owen ignites, forcing them to figure out which two of them belong together and who ends up alone.
Omega Replaced: Alpha Tarek isn’t ashamed of his taste for dominating other alphas. Now if only he and the rest of North Leland could teach the strong, stubborn, and submissive Alpha Donovan that it’s okay for him to be who he is.
Omega Redeemed: Sheriff Quoitrel is only trying to do his job, which is to enforce North Leland’s anti-prostitution laws. Why does Daisy have to be the most tempting morsel he’s ever tasted? And why does watching Daisy service other men make his own desires skyrocket?
Volume 2 of Omega Reimagined includes Omega Returned, Omega Replaced, and Omega Redeemed, all of which have been published separately. This is a non-MPREG universe.
Susie on Amazon wrote:
All three stories in this volume are original, amazing omegaverse romances. They have everything I love in the genre: well-rounded main characters, a strong attraction between the potential mates, an important enough conflict to make things difficult for them, intriguing secondary characters, and good storylines. I especially liked the world-building and thought it was fascinating how the author played around with stereotypes and societal conventions based on gender and sexual orientation.
Alias1 on Amazon wrote:
I read and reviewed the first collected volume quite some time ago, but I was amazed when this second volume came out how much I remembered about that earlier volume. Tanya Chris has a way of writing about the alpha/omega/beta shifter world that doesn't just give you great characters but puts them in a complicated world where they are called upon repeatedly to make ethical decisions that are never black and white. The villains in the stories range from those who are completely evil to those who have not had the courage to challenge the status quo and have been morally compromised by this failure. There are always heros, however, who are willing to stand up and fight for their own rights and relationships and to change the system for the benefit of others. These stories will linger in your memory and make you think about the choices you would make in these stories.
I so love this series. These three books complete the series, and the struggle against Devin and his followers to ensure Omega rights comes to a conclusion. I loved the various alpha and omega characters and the way the author wrote them with twists that ran contrary to usual stereotypes. I loved the way they were true to themselves, or learned to be, and ended happy and content with their lives. The final conclusion with Devin was very satisfactory, although I felt sad for Marta and the position she was in. She was a strong leader to the end.