Society’s Most Eligible Omega Review ~ Regency Romance with M/M twist… 8 out of 10!

Author: Shane Honorae

Release Date: 30 January 2018                   Price: $2.99

Reviewed by: Sophie

Cover Art: The colors are nice on this cover. The red and gold colors work well together. The bare-chested male was reminiscent of Michelangelo’s David.

Main Characters: Zane, is an omega who is newly out on society’s marriage market

Thomas, an alpha whom Zane meets at a society ball

Zane is an omega who out on in society for the first time, when he meets Thomas an alpha and heir to his family’s business and fortune. They have good chemistry with each other. Their intimate scenes are passionate.

Secondary Characters: The author has created a variety of interesting characters. A few and only a few are beneficially for the main characters, but most are villainous.

Writing Style: I liked the author’s narrative style. The story was told from Zane’s point of view and it was done rather well.  The dialogue between Zane and Thomas I think was realistic. The author makes their scenes together very nice to read.

Plot: I found it straightforward. It is a regency romance with a male male twist.

Conflict/Climax: Zane and his sister must deal with their father who is drinking the family fortune away. This means Zane must find a rich husband and marry to save the family fortune. The siblings’ problems are all solved by Zane’s marriage.

Conclusion: I liked the characters and the universe in which they lived. It was a regency romance, romance done right.

For all these reasons, I give this story 8 out of 10 stars!

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