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Can a stubborn beta and a sassy omega tame their proud alpha?

Alpha Bray wants a sweet, pliant omega who will bear him an alpha heir. But he doesn’t want one now. He’s too young to settle down. That’s why hooking up with Kean is perfect.

Kean thought he could keep things casual with Bray, but when he starts yearning for more, Bray makes it clear he’s not interested. When Ruari, a single-dad omega, arrives on the ranch with his baby, Kean instantly connects with him. He breaks things off with Bray to pursue Ruari, leaving the alpha confused and angry.

Ruari doesn’t hesitate when he and his baby are offered a safe place at the PTP ranch. He’s in desperate need of support, and meeting Kean makes him want to stay. But when Ruari runs into the alpha-father of his baby, things get complicated fast.

Bray, Kean, and Ruari try to figure out where they each fit as sparks fly, tempers rise, and a stubborn beta and an equally sassy omega prove to be more than a match for a slightly arrogant alpha. Meanwhile, they and their fellow pack members have to take a stand against a rising threat to the pack. When trouble comes, the pack fights back, but it will come at a cost.

Alpha’s Pride is an MMM mpreg romance and the fourth book in the continuing Irresistible Omegas series. All books need to be listened to in order and are not stand-alones. The love story between Bray, Kean, and Ruari ends on a soft cliff-hanger in this book and will continue in the next book.

©2019 Nora Phoenix (P)2020 Nora Phoenix

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so far i have got all 4 books that have been released on Audible. of this book series and i can tell you now i cant wait for the all the other books that come after. you see i was looking for a book to listen to when i came across this series. when i read what it was about i was like okay sounds good. i then went to check to see if the book also included the audio that way i could save some money and not pay the whole $24.95 for the audio. but it didn't. i like the John solo so i took a chance after reading some reviews and got the audible. i ended up listening to it in one day then i went and bought the next books for the series not even mining the fact that they also were 24.95. that's how much i love the books.

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  • MrsOls
  • 01-10-21

The story continues

I really like Noras ability to introduce new MCs into the ongoing story. The suspense is building in this saga and I love it. John does an amazing job with his ability to act and form every single character and their personalities and emotions.

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  • Bette
  • 01-07-21

Loving this Irresistible Series~Brilliant Story🎧📚🎧

I am loving this series and can not give it enough praise. Nora phoenix is a gifted author with a creative and imaginative mind. She has a wonderful writing style, her descriptive details gives you an inside view of what the characters are seeing, thinking and feeling. This fourth book features alpha Bray, beta Kean and Ruari, Bray is Greyson’s alpha son so you expect more from him but he is a bit of a jerk and hot head. Kean is Palani’s older brother and has similar traits as him. Ruari is a new to the ranch, he is on the run, hiding from his evil father. He needed help and found it at the ranch. Bray used to visit a club to take care of his needs and desires but with everything going on it is becoming more dangerous to leave the ranch so he and Kean turn to each other. Since Bray is not going to give him anything else Kean it ends that after he meets Ruari. But they learn Bray is something to both of them, they just have to wait for Bray to wake up and see it. I loved how much he grew as a person in this book, he became the man he should be. Also loved who Rauri turned out to be, a nice twist to pull storylines together. I am looking forward to what comes next for these three. In addition to this new hot a/b/o trio we get more of Lidon, Enar, Palini and Vieno and the other pack members. More mystery unfolds in the investigation involving the Melloni gene and they learn of one party who they are up against as pieces start to fall together. Like the others, this book is cleverly plotted and there is plenty of drama, some angst, twists and turns, thrilling and suspenseful moments, heartfelt and emotional moments and some hot romance. Nora Phoenix, thank you for another fascinating story and emotional rollercoaster ride. 🎧📚🎧 And for the wonderful narration, John Solo is a fantastic narrator and versatile voice artist, he continues to bring these characters and their story to life. I love how he give each character their own unique voice and personality and how he takes each role and makes it his own. He is an entertaining storyteller and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for another amazing listen🎧

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  • Lex Buchanan
  • 01-02-21

The growth of a character

So I’m back here again reading A/b/o, and I want to start this fourth review of this series off by saying: A/B/O isn’t usually my thing. But Nora and John quickly changed my mind. You know an excellent story if it can change you from not liking a trope to adoring it when written so incredibly well. Alright so this fourth instalment of the Irresistible Omega’s series was just as wonderful as the others. Until now we have seen so many awesome characters already. We’ve met different families and friends all connected by one thing: this pack living in the old ways and making moves to change their societies ways of exclusion, hierarchy of alphas betas and omegas, and the traditions that aren’t really all that traditional, it’s really new age and everyone’s been taught to ignore the traditional ways in favour of this horrible new way of life in the last few generations. So it was really eye opening to get to see a character (Bray) go from a very narrow minded thought process and very “traditional” views grow and change through the book. Nora brought the elements of change together seemlessly, creating an open environment and caring people who just want to help the man become the best he can be. It was really beautiful to watch him improve himself, see him go from wanting to be accepted, to just wanting to change because he knows he’s been in the wrong, and subsequently opening his heart to true love and his fated mates. I really adored the new character Rauri in this book. Despite being an omega he really fought the stereotypes and stepped outside the box to be himself. Nora develops characters incredibly well through a book and through the series. Despite this book being mainly about the next thruple of fated mates, we get to see further development with the other characters not just as a side bit, but from their POVs. I can only applaud Nora for having the ability to write from 3-6 characters pov in one book. That takes seriously knowing your characters and talent. John solo hits the nail on the head again with a spectacular narration. John never looses character, always makes characters even more interesting with the passion and enthusiasm he delivers his work with. There this moment in a story that is high emotion, everyone is on the edge of their seat, and can’t wait for what’s coming. John delivers those moments with so much excitement that listeners can't help getting sucked into the moment. It's not just listening, it's experiencing. It's weathering the trials of the plot with the characters instead of just watching it happen. John Solo is a disgustingly talented narrator, and it's no wonder such a wonderfully talented author chose him.