Stolen (Alpha’s Control Book 1) by Addison Cain

stolen.jpgHe stole her off the streets in broad daylight—the first Omega discovered in Bernard Dome in generations. He took her with violence while none intervened. He broke her, swearing he’d put her back together.

Brenya Perin was ordered to submit.

Bernard Dome is the jewel of Europe, a bastion of art and culture, pleasure and decadence. But life in the city depends on the occupation chosen for you at birth. There is no subversion, no question of who rules. There is no freedom.

Peace has a price, a price the Commodore of Bernard Dome is willing to pay… so long as the Omega remains his.

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Shepherd’s influence is on the rise. His machinations are subtle, his hands full tending to his recovering mate. Her safety is his priority, and something he’s willing to risk war to assure. Bernard Dome has what he wants, and they will all be dammed if they deny him.


 

About The Author…

Head Shot.JPGUSA Today Bestselling author, Addison L. Cain, was born in sunny California, but found herself drawn to dwell in older, history-rich places. Japan, Ireland, Qatar, and now Washington DC, Addison is always on the move, always eager to immerse herself in new cultures and people. Her stories reflect the antiquities she loves: deep and sometimes very dark. Driven to push her characters beyond the pale, Addison’s books are not for the faint of heart.

Author Links:

Website: addisonlcain.com

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Author Page: www.facebook.com/AddisonlCain/

Book Links:

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2f5XPfR

iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/stolen/id1270774785


 

Review of Stolen by Addison Cain

This is my first Addison Cain novel, and lordy, I was not prepared for it by any means! The world she creates in her Omegaverse is gritty, loud, and beautifully dark. I had just come from another romance novel of the same thread, and so this was a great second-run for me to experience. I loved her unique writing voice, and keeping things in such an “alpha” or an “omega” point of view can be difficult, but Cain manages to make each one come alive in their own right. Overall, I was quite impressed with her storylines and character arcs. I’m looking forward to reading more from Addison Cain in the very near future.

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