Series: Undercover Alphas 01
Author: Wolf Conan and L.C. Davis
Genre: Omegaverse, Mpreg, Contemporary
Length: Novella (150pgs)
Publisher: Wolf Conan and L.C. Davis (March 26, 2017)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Gray Roman is a CEO on an undercover mission, but the last thing he’s expecting to find in a place like the Cathouse is… a mate?
Dylan doesn’t lead an easy life, but he lives it on his own terms. He attends college by day with dreams of owning his own spa, and at night, he strips off his dignity and dons a less-than-modest uniform to wait tables at the Cathouse. The pay isn’t great and the management is worse, but when a self-described corporate drone shows up to lay the groundwork for a new omega bar across town, things get interesting. “Griff Styles” isn’t a typical alpha, but a night of heat-induced passion makes Dylan wonder if “Griff” is really who he claims to be.
Gray is an alpha who has it all: He’s handsome, driven and set to inherit Roman Enterprises, a multibillion-dollar corporation with a portfolio encompassing everything from security firms to…omega bars, apparently. Sent on an undercover mission as Griff to investigate his father’s latest acquisition, Gray finds himself surrounded by loud-mouthed alphas and scantily clad omegas. Falling for an omega was never in his five-year plan, but what he feels for Dylan is the kind of thing money just can’t buy.
Can an alpha and an omega who are far more interested in their respective careers find love in the unlikeliest of circumstances, or will their prejudices keep their shared attraction undercover?
~Approximately 40,000 words. This is the first book in the Undercover Alphas series and it can be read as a standalone, HEA guaranteed. Undercover Alphas: Gray is a steamy gay romance that contains mature subject material that follows MPREG tropes and may have a rough road leading up to the inevitable happily-ever-after. Adult audiences only.
Review: When Dylan meets Griff at the Cathouse where he works he has no idea who the man really is. The two strike up a conversation and due to Dylan going into heat one thing leads to another. Grey is all business when his father wants him to check out an investment. Gray is not impressed with the place but the cute waiter has him feeling things he never thought he would.
Misunderstandings, jealousies and deceit are all in abundance in this story. I really felt for both Gray and Dylan throughout the story. I was glad everything was straightened out between the two and with Gray and his brothers.