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5.0 out of 5 starsOld fashion wooing.
Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2017
Another outstanding book in this series. Who would have guessed that uber serious Daniel would be such the romantic. Who could blame Luke for wanting to see how far Daniel would go with his romancing. All the Omegas were clearly impressed. It is great keeping current with the pack. There is a lot to say for good old fashion wooing. I highly recommend reading this book and the entire series.
Reviewed in the United States on September 7, 2018
This is the fifth book in The Northern Lodge Pack Series. This is for the audiobook version. This was a sweet book the writing was good. The plot was entertaining and it was steady throughout the book. I found the story and characters delightful. The characters were developed and thought out. Daniel is an Alpha and Luke is an Omega and they are the MC’s of this book and mates. There was humor, wolves, family and friends, shifters, roses, an accident, injuries, a plan and so much more in this book.
Here is a quote from the book, “Please, honey. I’ll slay dragons for you. I’d even hunt down dinner and kill it with my bare hands, just please don’t ask me to move again for a week. Maybe a month. Definitely not longer than a year.” “…, did I get an old man for a mate?” I teased.”. There is more but you will need to read the book which I can recommend as a good listen.
Although the narrators voice didn’t work for me. Unfortunately, I am very picky about voices. His voice did work for the story however. He did a good job narrating. He wasn’t monotone, and each character had their own voice. These are the 2 most important things for a narrator to do. So overall it was well done. I voluntarily read an advance copy of this book for an honest review.
2.0 out of 5 starsStarting to go downhill from here.
Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2018
The books are starting to get not only repetitive, but kind of tiring. None of them are meant as stand alones, so why on earth must you repeat the same things over and over the series? In every single book we've gotten the description of Aunt Kat's erotica novel writing and blogging job. I mean, we get it, that's what she does, but you've also told us that in the past four books. Cut the crap. Same with the doctor's rule of "no alphas allowed in the delivery room" that so conveniently is used to skip to the alpha's point of view when it's delivery time so the author does not need to explain or come up with a way that omega males deliver their pups. And same with the abhorrent pregnancies all throughout every single book. Really? ALL of the omega had to have horrible pregnancies, and the process had to always be described as awful? If it was that horrific all the time, people would not do it. I don't know what this author has against pregnancy, but I'm guessing theirs didn't treat them well if they hate it so effing much.
The book was not bad, but I had to give it a two star instead of my usual three for the books of this series, because it was just a carbon copy of all the other books with nothing new apart from the roses. You'll see what I mean when (or IF) you read it.
I am was so happy for this book. Finally Luke is grown enough to get his own story. Knowing what his younger brother and him had to go through to get to this point is just a HEA in the making. Love that Luke ends up with the stoic Daniel. OMG and Daniel is just adorable doing his best to "Woo" and "date" Luke after the accident and before they mate. And the parts with the roses *swoon* was a cute addition to the story. I loved book it was super sweet.
Audio - John Solo is a wonderful narrator. He always does a great job getting into character to provide us with the best listening experience. I am really glad the author went with the same narrator with each of these books so far. Really great job voicing each of their individual personalities.
5.0 out of 5 starsCute story of shifters and mpreg..
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018
This was a very enjoyable read. Low angst, sweet wolf shifters, and a HEA. I really liked the fact that Daniel had to find a different way to win over his mate and the way he went about it had me smiling ALOT. I have not read the books prior to this one in the series but I found I still very much enjoyed the story line and wasn't lost at all, however I will most likely go back and read the others so that I can experience more of this sweet shifter world the author has created.
This was my first time hearing this narrator and I was pleasantly surprised that the narration was well done with each character's voice being easy to pick out. Easy to listen to and very enjoyable.
Reviewed in the United States on November 30, 2019
Omega Matured was one of my favorite books in this series. The book started off with some drama when Luke got into an accident, but the way Daniel handle it, and how their relationship developed, was lovely. I enjoyed the story, and love that Luke had twins.
Overall Rating: 3.25 Stars. Luke and Daniel were great characters. This was a fun book and I enjoyed reading it.
5.0 out of 5 starsThis series just keeps getting better and better
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 6, 2017
Enjoyed this book this series just keeps getting better. Daniel an alpha is a by the book organised member who plans everything until one morning he smells the enticing scent of his fated mate, he goes to investigate which omega it is when the pack is in shambles due to a pup wandering off. Luke is interrupted by his fated mates scent when he has to track a pup unfortunately in doing this he's involved in an accident and loses his sense of smell thus the chance to acknowledge Daniels his mate. Daniel then has to full back on dating and romancing Luke. I really liked this book yes there was some mistakes with names and ages but it didn't prevent me from enjoying it. I also liked how the author had researched the meaning of flowers and put this into the story. A sweet read with a side of funny from the ever colourful aunt cat "Had that little omega riding that fat alpha knot? Played hide the salami?” Brilliant read