An Omega for Two Bears by Kelex

tmp_b985963bd65ca7d0ee3055464bd022a5_0s79oq_html_4adb8f42Title: An Omega for Two Bears
Series: Bear Mountain, #3
Author: Kelex
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Novella (103 pages)
Publisher: Twisted E-Publishing, LLC; 1st edition (September 6, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb: Asher McCreary not only has a terrible family name, but he’s an omega as well. After years of abuse by his wild family, he’s finally broken into too many pieces by a would-be pair of murderers. As he lies in his hospital bed, he finds champions in Graham and Airan, the Bear Mountain sheriff and doctor, both adamant they’ll protect him from the ones who fractured him.

Graham found the omega bear battered and left for dead in the woods of Bear Mountain. Unable to ignore the mating scent, he’s shocked to learn he and Airan are bound to another bear, not the human they’d expected.

Overcoming their odd match will be the least of their worries when Asher’s attacker comes after the trio full force, ready to destroy as many bears that get in his way to the head of the council table.

ISBN: 9781311506849

Product Link(s): Smashwords | Amazon US | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Shorty

Review: This is book three in the Bear Mountain series. Asher, an Omega, has been abused by his family all his life. He yearns to escape and be free. When he is brutally attacked and left to die it seems as though his prayers have been answered when two sexy bears, Graham, a sheriff and Airan, a doctor, claim he is their mate. Asher will have to decide if he is willing to take a chance with everything he has been through.

I found this book to be very well written. There is drama, mystery and of course chaos at times with someone intending to get things they don’t deserve. I found Tyson, I think it was, to be downright despicable and disgusting in the things he did to be Alpha. I hated him with a passion at what he and Oberon did to Asher.

I loved this story of someone going through something so traumatic and shining through rather than letting it ruin their life. The author’s letter at the end both broke my heart and made me happy. No one should have to go through something like that ever. But to be able to move forward and take control after something like that happening is absolutely fantastic in my book.

I applaud all of those who rise above such horrible events saying to the world and those who hurt them. They didn’t win and never will.

Highly recommended.

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