Book Review · Omegaverse

#TBRChallenge2022 – Post #1

Donovan’s Girl (The Sacred Omega’s)
by Merel Pierce

This hadn’t actually been on my kindle for all that long, though I had pre-ordered it many months ago. However, it is one of those books that I would have promised myself I would read next, but never quite gotten to.

This was a much shorter read than I had realised, it took less than an hour to complete, so it fits the “quickie” bill perfectly.

The price and page length are clear indicators that this is a short book, so I held no high expectations of reading a deep or complex story. What we do get is more of an extended scene, a brief introduction with Donovan and December followed by the main body of the tale.


We only get Donovan’s point of view, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and as far as Alpha’s go he was pretty decent, respectful and caring. If the book had been any longer I would have wanted the heroine’s viewpoint too but I could appreciate why the author chose not to use it on this occasion.


Overall it’s quite a beautiful and touching story, one that definitely left me frustrated and needing more of this pair. Both protagonists are more mature in years, which is always a bonus for those of us who won’t see 35 again! As long as you go in expecting a quick read rather than a layered story you won’t be disappointed.

Goodreadshttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/59749547-donovan-s-girl

Genre – PNR/Omegaverse

Synopsis
No one should be alone on Christmas…
When Donovan checks in on the widow of a recently-deceased enforcer, he gets more than he bargained for.
Liv is alone, grieving, and going into heat.
Worried what she might do and unable to resist the instinctive need to care for the sweet, damaged Omega, Donovan decides to stay and see her through it. Whether she likes it or not.

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Donovan’s Girl is a short Holiday story set in the world of The Sacred Omegas. Specifically, December’s world, and features appearances by several characters in the series.

5 thoughts on “#TBRChallenge2022 – Post #1

  1. I’m doing this challenge this year, too! How fun. (I did a novella, too.) I love books that feature “mature” main characters since I’m nowhere close to my 20s and 30s any longer. This one sounds like it could be a good introduction to the series/world. Thanks!

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    1. I often struggle with YA/NA books these days. I’m too old to want to read about teenagers lol. Good luck with the rest of the challenge.

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