Broken Omega (Broken Trilogy Book 3) by Paulina Vasquez

Rating: 4 out of 5.

A storm is coming!

Lukas Theodorus is unlike any other Alpha. A descendant from the Gods, Lukas possesses elemental gifts never before seen and couldn’t care less. This powerful Alpha isn’t used to being challenged. Feeling cursed by the Moon Goddess a fire burns deep inside that has turned into a slow burn. After years of suffering and slavery, Syble Martin has a secret that needs to remain hidden. She tries to hate him but craves his touch.

Bound by the Moon Goddess and tied by a prophecy, his pride is no match for her will as he fights his destiny. These star-crossed lovers risk everything for future hope. From New York to New Orleans the storm will rage!

This book is the end of the Broken Trilogy and the end of this book is the start of the Golden Series!

Warning: This werewolf trilogy is not intended for anyone under the age of 18 or anyone who doesn’t enjoy a good spanking. It will take you on adventures around the world, make you laugh, fall in love, crush your heart and possibly leave you drooling. Side effects can only be cured by reading the next book in the Golden Series Spin Off Coming this Spring 2021. Now Golden Prophecy is available to read.

My Review

This book starts out with a bang, nothing like an occasion and a new pack to grab your interest. We meet Sybil Martin, a pack slave at Sapphire Moon pack. This book comes full circle from the first one, and once again, we are introduced to a pack broken by hatred, except Sybil hasn’t shifted yet. This book starts in the mountains of New York. This book is from a dual point of view, jumping from Sybil to Lukas. 

This book is cruel. I feel so awful for Sybil, and, of course, I really wish the worst to Alpha Jaxson. I might have missed it, but we don’t find out her mother’s name. We do know she is from the Blue Mountain pack. But, then, in a time of the most need, we find out Syble is elemental as well. This book is action-packed from the beginning. It doesn’t slow down as you get more in it. 

Wow, Syble really defeats the odds in this book. I love her wolf, encouraging her she finally hears it. This book is a whirlwind of activity, and Sybil gets new abilities very fast. This book gets more romantic and steamy as it progresses. Like all of the books, as soon as you think things will settle and be expected, the author twists the plot adding mystery and intrigue. Now the characters must figure out the puzzle of Sybils’ inability to shift .once the mystery is solved, this book is heartbreaking. Not a happy ending. Definitely have your tissues ready. I love this story, even though it has to be my least favorite. 

 This book is a whirlwind of emotions, romance, and disasters. The author is fantastic at connecting the reader to the characters and story. You feel everything in the book, from happiness to loss and everything in between. This book is all about life, love, and sacrifice. This book is unlike anything I’ve ever read one second, I’m in shock, and the next, I’m rooting for the romance and then quickly trying to finish the book and not cry. Sybils’ character is sassy, funny, and relatable. I love how she develops their personality as they go through the book. The epilogue really helped end this book for me and not leave me with a complete cliffhanger. 

If you havent read Broken Luna and Broken Alpha you will want to read thoose vefore you read this final book in the trilogy, They all interlink with family genelogy and prophecy.

Do you want to know more about the Author check out our exclusive Q & A with Paulina Vasquez.


Published by Tanya

I am an avid reader who loves amazing romance, fantasy, or paranormal books. I spend as many hours reading as I can and love to find a fantastic story,

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