Everyone has secrets. For some, it might be a report card that they "forgot" to bring home. For others, it might be an illness with which they don't wish to burden their loved ones. For Tracey Collins, it's his entire existence.
In a world where one's place in society is determined by orientation in a dynamic of Alphas, Betas, and Omegas, masquerading as a Beta is the one security that a closeted-Omega has at his arsenal. With a widowed, athletic legend Alpha for a father - and the judgment of an entire community nipping at his heels - the last thing Tracey can afford to do is reveal himself to someone like dreamy, all-star soccer captain Aaron Harper.
Caught between his duty to his prestigious father and his forbidden, innermost desires, Tracey is faced with a difficult choice: (1) continue to hide behind pheromone dampeners and omissions, cementing his father's reputation, or (2) take that leap of faith, where a particular green-eyed Alpha may or may not catch him.
Disclaimer: This book contains sexually explicit content that is intended for a mature audience only.
©2016 Noah Harris (P)2016 Marini Publishing
This is literally the word that made me cringe so hard I stopped listening to this book. I don't know if it's the author's writing style or the way the narrator chose yo emphasize his speech while reading, but nothing about this book worked for me.
Couldn't connect to the characters, found the college setting off putting (though I'm not sure why) and the dialogue felt forced.
It also made me uncomfortable to listen to repeated descriptions of the MCsbest friend eating a lollipop at the beginning of the book.
Really disappointed as there are other books by this author that I was interested in, but now I'm not sure about purchasing them. I'm bummed. :C
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