His Savior

A Bad Boy Mpreg Romance (Hellion Club, Book 4)
Narrated by: Smooth Aussie
Series: Hellion Club Series, Book 4
Length: 8 hrs and 26 mins
Categories: LGBT, Romance
4.5 out of 5 stars (33 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

An omega bartender working his way through college. A rookie lawyer crusading to save everyone he can. Sparks fly from the moment they meet. When one resurrects an old tradition, will he keep “his” omega safe or ruin everything they’ve built?

Greg is a bartender at the Hellion Club. Sure, it’s got its seedier side, but the pay is better than anything else he could get right now, the hours are flexible, and his sex life has never been better. Some people look down on what he does, but Greg doesn’t care. He’s not looking for forever right now anyway. He has big plans for the future, and he needs to stay focused if he wants to achieve them. 

Ryan is a Hellion Club legacy. His family has belonged to the club for generations. Ryan finds the whole thing repulsive, but his father buys him a lifetime membership without his consent. Ryan meets Greg on his initiation night, and he can’t get the beautiful bartender out of his head. 

Ryan thinks the way omegas are treated at the Hellion Club is disgusting, so he revives an old Hellion Club tradition. He asks Greg to sign a “contract” with him in order to protect Greg from the attentions of other club members. 

Not everyone is on board with this scheme. Ryan’s alpha family members are furious he would come so close to blurring a line. His omega family members are horrified he would associate with someone they consider to be little better than a prostitute. And Ryan soon realizes Greg might not be the one who needs saving after all. 

©2018 Shehan Peiris (P)2018 Shehan Peiris

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Underlying dark themes

There are underlying dark themes and a group of characters that you love to hate. Aiden Bates has brought forward one of his most levelheaded and truly good Alpha characters he's written thus far in kind-hearted Ryan. This story was not one of my favorites, but was in no way bad. Definitely give it a shot as it may just be your brand of tea.

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Narration gets better

OK so the narration has a rough start but stick with it, it smooths out and is actually pretty good once we get through the initial wooden kind of reading. This was a great addition to the series I like that it brought in a lot of the older characters and it had just enough angst making this a sweet listen.

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Excellent Series

Reviewing these books is difficult because each one I listen to becomes my favorite. As of right now, His Savior is my favorite. The books can be standalones as any info on characters or events is touched on to bring the reader up to date.

Our hero is a bartender omega working at the Hellion Club. In that position, he sees and hears a lot of talk. When he overhears club members threatening violence, he puts himself in jeopardy to save an omega spouse and his two girls.

Narrator Smooth Aussie has an accent that delights the ear and makes the reader/listener keep right on going with the book. A particular word that had me giggling and raptly listening for was Hellion. He pronounces it Hell-Lion. It's a hoot.

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Greg and Ryan happy despite family

Another great addition to the series. Typical alpha initially fails Greg. Greg is slow to let him back. Enjoyed the story, characters, and the narrator. On my way to hear the next book!

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Wow...Just Wow! Another great book from Mr. Bates

This is book #-4 in this series and was a very thought provoking book. There is a lot of angst, family abuse, child abuse and not much intervention by anyone in the beginning. It is a given in the society that this book is written in that omegas are worthless and omega children are useless as well. It hurt my heart in several instances but our hero in this book is Greg, an omega with a strong work ethic. A backbone and working as a bartender who see's an alpha, Ryan who catches his eye and visa versa and they sign a contract for his supposed protection, Ryan's father is having him inducted into the Hellion's Club, but Ryan is not interested! When his family finds out that he has signed a contract with Greg, oh brother all hell breaks out and they let Ryan know in no uncertain terms that that is not right. But that's hard pressed to happen, as the alphas family decides that he has stepped below his station in life and they let him and Greg know their feelings in no uncertain terms. The brutality that they unleash on Greg is so awful and almost non-stop. Greg's father just stands by and does nothing to stop the abuse. Eventually Ryan comes to his senses and puts a stop to everything. The writing, the character development is very well written. This series is a thought provoking one for sure. An avid reader/listener in Rock Tavern, NY

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Ryan & Greg

I really enjoyed this story even though there were times I wanted to knock some sense into Ryan. Greg is wonderful and I was very glad that after Ryan failed him, he didn't let Ryan back in right away. I really don't like Ryan's family especially as you start to see their true colors throughout the story. The narrator did a great job with this one except for some mispronunciations, but it doesn't detract from the story or the rest of the narration. I voluntarily reviewed a gifted copy of this audiobok.

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Great story

I enjoyed the narrator and loved his accent. The alpha MC made me want to knock some sense into him at times. Overall it was a pretty good book.

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Greg & Ryan

Omega Greg is working at the Hellion Club to put himself through college. Alpha Ryan is made a member by his father. Ryan has terrible ideas of what occurs at the club and is ready to save every Omega, especially Greg. Nothing is what it seems. Ryan learns his family is more terrible than he believed, but it may be too late and at the cost of any chance at a real relationship and the life of his brother. Ryan's family treats all Omegas terribly and treats the Omegas at the club as if they are little more than prostitutes.

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Interesting story

This is a pretty decent story. There are moments you want to shake the alpha MC but everything works out into the HEA ending. Performance is not bad. There are some moments when you don’t know which character is talking but it doesn’t take from the story.

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Shees! Ryan gave me whiplash

So, okay, I'm a little of two minds with this story. I really, really liked the storyline, and I adore Greg. He's determined and strong and willing to take control of his own life. Ryan... he looks good on the outside, and talks big but when push comes to shove his true colours shown and he proves to be his father's son.

He fails Greg horribly, and I'm really happy that the distrust that comes from that isn't magically erased, and Greg is VERY reluctant to let him come back into his life. And, TBH, I'm not sure he should have done so, but, oh, well!

And, now, I must say this: I LOVE Keegan, and I can't wait to listen to his story :P He has grown a lot on me :D

Smooth Aussie does a good job with the narration.

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  • Claudia CG Lezár
  • 12-20-19

as good as the ebook

The story is always 4 or 5 stars, because if I wouldn't like the story as ebook, I wouldn't listen to the audiobook.

The performance from the narrator is also very important for me. I can't listen to a lot, because my English as a non-native-speaker isn't so perfect to follow a whole story over hours, when the narrator speaks too fast or too sloppy. Normally I have to SEE the person, who is talking to me in English. It took me a little bit, to come into the narrator, but at the end, it worked. I only have to take a few breaks between. I'm just not yet finish with the book, but I listen enough to give a review.

PLEASE READ MY RATING SYSTEM!!!

To my ratings:

5* - very very good
it's like an A+

4* - very good and will be often re-listening
it's like an A

3* - it's more then a one-time-listening.
it's like a B

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  • Starwarslover
  • 11-18-19

very good

i enjoyed this a lot.. sexy.. rumbly.. the narrator has this sexy smouldery sounding voice haha.. it was fun to hear the personalities of these characters come to life. very good

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  • AliE
  • 11-17-19

Interesting story

I greatly enjoyed this book even though the alpha, Ryan, is another dithering main character. So, once again, I empathised more with omega Greg. It seems to be a pattern with these stories, too, that the parents, in laws, exes etc. are absolutely obnoxious. Here, they are totally, over the top, awful! I relish this. It makes a story so interesting.

In a society where the omega seems very much the underdog, Greg is written as a strong and independent character. Ryan, on the other hand, lacks maturity from being under the thumb of his parents.

I loved two of the secondary characters. Again, Keegan shines and I'm glad he has his own story. I like seeing Ryan's omega brother begin to grow stronger as the story progresses as well.

There is nothing wrong with the narration by Smooth Aussie, except it does seem a bit out of place. (I am trying to remember if it is mentioned that the stories are set in an alternate USA.) He reads clearly and, of course, smoothly.