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The Vampire's Wolf

The Vampire's Omega, Book 2
Narrated by: JJ Jenness
Series: The Vampire's Omega, Book 2
Length: 4 hrs and 49 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Publisher's Summary

Can an omega shifter and an alpha vampire from opposing clans find happiness?

Sven

I knew the moment I went away to college, I was letting my family down. They think omegas exist to find an alpha and have pups, but I’m holding out for my own destiny - and my destined mate.

I just never imagined he’d be the gorgeous second-in-command of the neighboring vampire coven. Or that one night of passion was going to change my life forever.

Claude

My second life began as violently as the first one ended, and it’s taken more than a century to find my lost humanity. Not that I expected it to take the shape of an omega wolf - and the son of my coven’s greatest adversary, no less.

I’ll do whatever it takes to protect Sven and our hybrid child from a world that says our love shouldn’t exist.

This is a standalone story, unrelated to the first book. This is a MPREG romance that features forbidden love and ends in an HEA. Audiences 18+ only, see inside cover for content warnings.

©2019 Joel Abernathy (P)2019 Joel Abernathy

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Forbidden Love

I loved this story of forbidden love between an omega wolf and an alpha vampire who discover they are fated mates (referred to as Imprinting here). The struggle to deny fate and their feelings sets a rich tapestry of angst, uncertainty, and secrets. Family and pack/coven relations set up barriers, but in the end love will not be denied...or will it? I loved Claude and Sven, and all the secondary characters, too, even Reyland. I hope we get to see him find his mate in a future book. I would love to see more of these characters.

The narration is okay, but I was expecting a firmer, deeper voice for Claude. This is just a personal preference. There is nothing wrong with Mr. Jenness' narration, I just didn't like it for this story. I recommend that you listen to the sample and decide for yourself.

I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook at my request from the author, narrator, or publisher and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.

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Good listen.

Such a sweet star crossed lovers type of story. I like Claude and Sven together. JJ Jenness did a good job with this narration. I really like how he did Claude's voice. Such a good listen.

*I was given this free review copy at my request and have voluntarily left this review*

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Star crossed lovers

Claude is a successful vampire who does not actually like being a vampire. He was turned, not born, and retained a lot of his humanity. The Coven leader is suspicious of him because he lacks ties to the community.

Sven is an omega wolf who chafes at society’s expectations of omegas. He wants to take his time and find his fated mate, but his parents pressure him to date. Ironically, he dates a wolf approved by his parents while having hook ups with Claude. And he gets pregnant.

Claude and Sven get together and I thought that was the end of the story, but hold on there! Not so fast, sonny. There is more.

The second half of the story has kidnapping, betrayal, some angst and forgiveness? Claude has to make a choice and Sven argues for the path that leads to forgiveness. That was a bit too sweet for me because the shifter-vampire life seems like it would be more brutal. Like the first book. I was hoping to see some familiar friends and a little crossover, but that did not happen.

JJ Jenness does another good job of telling the story. I found Sven could sound annoying at times, but he is young so that is expected. I liked the voice he gave Claude. It fit and really brought him to life.

"I was given this free review copy at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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Okay Shifter Story

I was given this book by request for my unbiased review.

The story itself is actually an okay story. I have book 1 in this series and it is not a bad series. The writer is pretty decent which is why I agreed to listen to this book and give my review.

The narrator, however, is not so great. He is not terrible but I don't think he was a good fit for this particular story. I ended up just reading the ebook version as it was difficult to get into the story with this narrator. After actually reading the book, I found that I quite enjoyed it.

So. Good read, but not so good narration.

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it is so good

you will love it too I don't want it to end I can't wait for the next book