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  • What the Hel?!! … Ends on a cliffhanger

    I’m really enjoying this entertaining, Omegaverse reverse harem series featuring several gods, goddesses and demi-gods of Norse mythology. ‘Weaving Fate’ picks up exactly where ‘Ragnarök Rising’ left off. Annabel has joined Bjarni Lokisson and Modi Thorsson in their quest to return Loki to Valhalla, as per Odin’s command. I’m not sure which will be the greater challenge though – out-maneuvering the trickster god or convincing Modi to re-think his inherent attitude towards omegas. I love Annabel – her feisty nature, her determination to succeed as well as her courage in the face of danger. For an itty-bitty human, she sure packs a lot of punch! The story is well written and the characters are compelling. There’s plenty of drama, action & adventure, danger, magic, mythology, suspense and humour. There’s also some snarky banter and dirty talk too, along with some graphic Alpha/Omega encounters including ménage, but no M/M action. I’m looking forward to the next installment in this highly adventurous tale. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving my review.

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  • Everything you want in a great RH Omegaverse

    This book was the perfect blend of action, suspense, heat and even humour -- what made for is what a fantastic, five star Omegaverse read. Before reading this book, I did a quick re-read of Ragnarök Rising (book one in this series) and would recommend others do so too. For those who have not yet read the first book, don’t even attempt to read this one before doing so because you would be lost. So, we pick up at the end of book 1 and Annabel is left in a flat spin when her two mates are part of the four who were just “arrested” and are surely to be severly sentenced by the "Allfather" - Odin. The 3 Lokisson brothers and Magni’s only hope is if Annabel, Modi and Bjarni complete a challenge set out by Odin himself and he does not make it an easy one. I won’t say much more about the content of the story as the author too has said plenty in the blurb and saying anything more would just spoil it. What I can say is we get to know more about the 2 Alpha’s highlighted in this book (Bjarni and Modi) and I loved how even though Bjarni is known to be the brawn & fighter amongst the Lokisson brothers, he is actually the gentle one with a kind heart and loves to cook for his Omega but pushed too far, then yes, that fighter in him comes out with a vengeance. Modi Thorsson comes across as s "alphahole" for most of the book but a person can't help falling for the big brute. He is most definitely a warrior alpha and tries his best to ignore Annabel and what he sees as “only instincts” but there is also more to him and a reason for the way he acts but can Annabel break through to him? The book is written from a multiple POV, it is a fast burn that seriously heats up the pages and is a RH romance. There is a slight dub con warning but written in such a way that you do know the actions are actually what everyone wants/needs and this is an Omegaverse after all. Please also be aware that the book does end on a cliffhanger … you thought the ending of book 1 was bad, then this one might just have you pulling your hair out (I for one will be counting down to the release of the final(?) book in this series - Betraying Destiny). I was fortunate enough to receive an arc of this book and this is my honest review.

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  • ★ Fast-paced & engaging installment to a series I

    “Five possessive gods and the end of mankind. That's my fate.” Leaving her two bonded mates, Saga and Magni, in the hands of the Allfather of the gods, Annabel sets out with Mogi and Bjarni on a challenge to return with Loki to prove to all back at Asgard that they mean them no harm and have every intention of stopping Ragnarök. They are given a mere three weeks, and this period is definitely fraught with much action and adventure as they try to outwit the God of Mischief himself, the one who has always looked out for himself, and safety return with him to stand trial for treason. However, challenging their task may turn out to be, none may be more important than the ones battling within each of them, while trying to work together to capture Loki in time to reunite with Annabel with her mates. A fast-paced and engaging installment to a series I look forward to continuing!

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  • Best one yet!

    *Spoilers* Big fan of Nora’s writing and this is by far the best of her work that I’ve read. In this book, Annabel is forced to leave her two mates behind and return to Midgard to capture Loki in exchange for her mates’ freedom. Bjarni and Magni join her on this quest but keep butting heads. The challenge however is quite difficult as Loki is after all the god of mischief. The alphas also find the call of fate to be irresistible when it comes to the fierce omega. I was happy this book focused mostly on building the story rather than just the sex. Also we get to see the feelings of the characters and understand why they act in a certain way. I felt Grim was kind of abandoned and not mentioned a-lot in this book but if the ending is anything to go by, we’ll be seeing more of him in the next one. Overall, this was an interesting read which I really enjoyed. Looking forward to the next release. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • A fantastic second installment to the series...ome

    Having read Ragnarok Rising, I was really excited to recieve an ARC of Weaving Fate and let me say...it did NOT disappoint! The characters felt real and multifaceted in spite of the fantasy theme, which made them really relatable. The plot moved quickly enough to keep me enthralled, whilst not rushing the development and kept me reading late into the night. I genuinely did not want to put it down. I don't want to give any spoilers but the Norse God setting is brilliant and if you're a fan of omegaverse and/or the reverse harem genre, then I definitely recommend this book...it's not often we get both in one decent novel. The ratio of story to kinky times was perfect, I hate a long drawn out wait for the juicy parts but like a strong plot to support it and this book definitely had all that. This is the second book in the series, so if you've not read Ragnarok Rising, then definitely start there...I honestly can't praise this highly enough and can't wait for book three.

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