Forbidden Flame: A Dark Mafia Omegaverse Fated-Mates Romance Novella
He's out for revenge. She's out to escape. Neither intends to fall in love.
His instructions are simple: do not open the bag.
To escape exile and enact revenge, crime boss Magnus Avitus agrees to play the part of errand boy. But when the volatile package he’s been tasked with delivering begins to squirm, he has to take a peek.
He never expects to come face-to-face with her. Or to have everything inside him roar "mine."
Her plans are simple: escape the bag and those intent on using her.
But when omega Amora Rose's prison is unpacked before she can free herself, she is claimed by ferocious, scarred warlord who makes her heart whisper "mine."
Except she has a secret that’s about to send all their simple plans up in flames.
Forbidden Flame is a scorching-hot, standalone novella in the Dark Mafia Omegaverse Fated-Mates world of the Ruthless Warlords series.
Like the other stories in this world it contains:
A ruthless alien mafia boss
A strong heroine
A fated omega bond
Plenty of hot omegaverse action
And an epic romance that proves forbidden love can triumph over hate.
If you like your love stories DARK and KNOTTED, Forbidden Flame will heat you up and leave you oh-so-satisfied. There is no cliffhanger, and a HOT happily-ever-after is guaranteed.
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"Some things cannot be molded to your will. I will always be a weapon and a danger to you and those around me.”
This is a great little Omegaverse novella. I loved this heroine! She was sarcastic & had a few funny quips, especially in the beginning of the story. It's always refreshing to have an Omega that doesn't fight the bond/her attraction to the Alpha and recognizes what he could provide for her. Except in this situation she did fight her attraction to the Alpha, but the conflict wasn't between the Alpha/Omega, it had to do with the Omega's gift.
In Alison Aimes Ruthless Warlord series all the Omegas have gifts, and I really liked what she did with the heroine's gift in the book. I can't imagine how isolated the Omega must have felt and admired her strength through adversity. As usual, Aimes' writing was fast-paced and vibrant.
"But what she liked best of all about her latest jailer was the haunted look in his incandescent gaze. As if he knew pain. Betrayal. Struggle. As if, like her, he’d experienced set back. Instinct cried for her to slide to her knees and worship at his feet. Care for him. Heal him. But that was not her lot in life. And chances were good that, like always, she was allowing for far more decency in the Alpha than he deserved."
This ended up being a touching love story of two outcasts finding love <3 Recommend if you're in the mood or a short, quick Omegaverse love story.