on Jan. 11, 2019 :
Omegaverse with a twist. Here we have not one, not two but FIVE Alphas vying for the heroine. Personally, a jealous/possessive hero is my favorite type of hero, thus my enjoyment of Omegaverse as it is the norm for this genre, however, this is the first time I read a RH (Reverse Harem) Omegaverse book and I was a bit sceptical how it would work. Would there still be that element of possessiveness? Heck yes!!! The author managed pull it off extremely well and I loved it!
Annabel, the human heroine, must suddenly accept that she is destined to have 5 mates, the Norse Gods exist & are not just part of some fairy tale AND she also has to help prevent the end of the world/s (Ragnarök) & everyone in it. The heroes (Saga, Bjarni, Grim, Magni and Modi) are the sons of Loki and Thor and all come across as alpha-holes, with the exception of Bjarni, and I found myself first rooting for one and then changing my mind and rooting for the other – you will see exactly what I mean once you read the book. I must add that although Modi is mentioned in this book, he has not yet made an appearance and without giving away too much, I can’t wait to read more about Grim (love a bit of darkness).
Ragnarök Rising is the start of a new trilogy, written from a multiple pov with an easy flow to it and has good steamy scenes. I consider this book to be a fast burn because things do get heated quite quickly, but then it cools off only to end on a HOLY HOTNESS 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥level once again. It contains magic with large alphas (everywhere 😲🍆) and there is forced seduction to a degree -- “no, but yes please”. I really recommend you give it a read if you enjoy a well-written Omegaverse. However, please be aware that it does end in a cliffhanger and as I write this review, I will be anxiously waiting to hear when the next book/s releases.
(reviewed the day of purchase)