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Omega Challenge - Pine Creek Lake #4

Quinn Michaels

Publisher: Enticed By Books Press

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Summary

One is forsworn. One is forsaken. One will pay. 
Noah and Luther are in love. The problem, Luther is a beta, Noah is an omega, and their mating is forbidden. Worse, if Noah can't find an acceptable alpha in the next three days, he will have no choice but to mate with Raymond, an alpha he despises. 
Then Arthur arrives, and everything falls apart. 
Arthur is an alpha with a secret. He and his mother were betrayed, and both wear the mark of it. Now, Arthur will stop at nothing to make the alpha who cursed them pay. Now, with revenge in his teeth, Arthur's own body betrays him. Twice. Will Arthur sacrifice love and happiness for vengeance? Or will he choose another path? 
Find out in Omega Challenge an action-packed Omegaverse romance. This is a short book set prior to the events of the other three books of the Pine Creek Lake series. 
If you love shifters, mmm menage, alpha, omega, and beta dynamics, adventure, magic, and a touch of mpreg, grab Omega Challenge now!

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