This audiobook contains erotic, graphic, and sexually-charged scenes and language.
We first met Jacob and Allison in Alpha Awakened and traveled through a harrowing year of revelations. Their fierce passions that brought them together in a torrid moment in time, and then the separation that left Jacob on the brink of insanity and Allison in a spell like trance the doctors called a coma.
In Omega Rising, they are reunited in Alaska and must now face uncharted territory as their dormant lycanthropic blood is awakened. They have been welcomed into a burgeoning family with similar genetics and as the next full moon approaches they all prepare for dramatic, and life altering events to unfold.
This book is about the passionate affairs of unsuspecting individuals thrust upon each other and unable to fight the magnetic draw they both feel. Time, distance, and even mythological forces cannot keep them apart in this journey of mated love.
"Aside from the mythology and lore aspect that these creatures did in fact exist, and aside from the fact that she was apparently one of these creatures, and actually mated to another. Yeah, aside from all that hooey, she was just a bit excited. For the first time in her life she felt as if she belonged. There was a family downstairs that wanted her, an impressive man that desired her, and to top it all off, she was somehow integral to their pack balance. So yeah, she was into this.
She would no longer be forced to merely survive. Maybe, now she could thrive and become all she was meant to be. Bring it! She nodded at her reflection one more time, checking that her hair was up and tight against her scalp. As tight as that much curly hair could get, and she left the bathroom on a mission. Lets get bit!"
©2013 Payne Hawthorne House of Payne Publishing (P)2015 Payne Hawthorne House of Payne Publishing
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4 out of 5 stars
By Mrs M D Attenborough on 21-03-15

read oct 2013 listened march 2015

Any additional comments?

*originally read oct 2013, listened to, march 2015*

Jacob has found Allison, in the wilds of Alaska. she has been learning about her Omega status and what that means to her and those around her. Jacob turns up, and together they experience their growing attraction and what needs to be done to complete their bonding. but the new moon is coming, and there are more questions than answers as to how this will affect not only Jacob and Allison, but those (both human and animal) around them.

i enjoyed this one much more than the first. the time scale in this book is short, weeks only, compared to the months and months in the first, and it flows so much better (for me, anyway). i love the way that Allison greets her new status, and how she deals with it. Jacob is a proper Alpha male, but first and foremost he is human. he has to deal with not only his wolf's emotions, but his own. emotions from both humans are written well and you feel for them, you really do.

i will be looking for the next one, because i feel love in the air for several characters, both human and animal.

I also LISTENED to this in audio. I found that there was much I did not remember reading, and it made for like I was reading it as a new book! Thats not like me, I can usually rememebr much of a book, once I start reading it again, so it came as a great surprise to me, and it also put the book star rating up a notch!

Joshua Story continues to narrate this series, and he excels here. His *reading* voice is smooth, really smooth! He has new characters, new accents and I loved it! Jacob does tend to be more Scottish in his speech here, but that does get explained in the tale.

I have Lumen next to listen to, indeed, I started it already, and its gonna be another great instalment!

4.5 stars for the story (up from my original 4) and 5 stars for the narration.

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5 out of 5 stars
By cindyc on 08-03-15


What made the experience of listening to Omega Rising the most enjoyable?

Being able to listen to the book allowed me to just kick back, relax and soak in the entire book without distractions. Joshua Story's voice is soothing and allowed me to concentrate on the story itself.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Omega Rising?

Their mating is one of the most memorable moments in this book, even though there are many throughout the entire book.

What does Joshua Story bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

His wonderful voice. His accent makes you want to melt.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

This book made me cry and laugh. It makes you ache for the two main characters of Jacob and Allison with all of the hurdles they have had to jump to get where they are now.

Any additional comments?

I love this series and can't wait to read/listen to the final chapter. Payne has an awesome imagination, and she has dug deep within to come up with this wonderful series. This is definitely a winner in my books and would recommend to anyone interested in the paranormal/shifter genre.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Christina on 16-02-15

HOT!! Loved this 2nd installment

What did you love best about Omega Rising?

Allison and Jacob were awesome and I loved how the story continued. The narrator's accent is great and we all know with audiobooks, it's really all about the narrator. If the narrator isn't good, it makes the book not good. I hadn't read this one ahead of time so listening was my first time. Highly recommend! Great job, Payne! Keep them coming!

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