Ragnarök Rising

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Five possessive gods and the end of mankind. That's my fate. More

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About Nora Ash

Nora Ash writes the sort of books that have your toes curling and your blood pulsing. Her stories are often dark and always thrilling, with lots of sexy bad boys and the women who spur their desires. When not typing away at a story, Nora paints, eats chocolate or goes for hikes around the English countryside with her very own bad boy.

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About the Series: The Omega Prophecy
Annabel Turner thought she was a beta. She also thought the Norse gods, magic and the end of the world were nothing but myths.

Turns out, she was wrong. Very, very wrong.

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Reviews

Review by: Mandy 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)
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