Born to be Bound : Alpha's Claim

  • by Addison Cain
  • Narrated by Logan McAllister
  • Series: Alpha's Claim
  • 5 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Surrender is not survival.
Claire is desperate. Her once-thriving city lies in ruins. The strongest of the three human dynamics, Alphas, have grown feral. Common Betas circle like vultures. The lowest in the hierarchy, rare and weak, Omegas like Claire, are being destroyed. Sheltering amidst a dwindling enclave of frightened Omega women, Claire cannot provide enough to feed them all; her friends are starving.
All due to one escaped convict's violent rise to power.
Shepherd is every bit as ruthless as his reputation suggests, but Claire cannot continue watching her friends suffer. Her last recourse is to beg the most powerful Alpha in the city for aid.
Up close, the sheer size of Shepherd, the raw power of the man, terrifies her. But he may be her only hope.
Before she can render her plea, Claire's disguise and careful plans fail. Despite taking every possible precaution, she is captured. The moment the Alpha senses her, Claire's worst nightmare is realized: Shepherd, discovering a rare Omega in his midst, claims her like a prize, forcing a pair-bond that ties her to him forever.
Claire becomes his.
Shepherd keeps his wayward mate locked away where only he might enjoy her, and refuses to help her fellow Omegas unless they, too, are irrevocably bound to favored soldiers of his choosing. Claire cannot allow such a thing. She fights her instincts and his will, because no matter how many times he's knotted her, how manipulative the bond might be, she despises what he's done.
She escapes.
And Shepherd vows he will hunt her down - ready to burn the city to ash if he has to. Because Claire is his. His mate.
The first book in Addison Cain's exciting, raw, and suspense-filled Omegaverse trilogy is a dark tale with explicit sexual themes and complete power exchange.


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This book was to dark for me. I am used to the H and H having some chemistry even though they may go through bad times before they get to the good. The narration was good but again i do not like books where the Hero cheats on the Heroine when they are in the next room. I am not putting the writing down because i think it is bad. The story just was not for me. I received this audio book free for an honest opinion.
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- Troublemer

Unpolished with a Cliffhanger

I was provided a free copy of this book from the author or narrator for a honest review. I regret giving poor reviews to books, but unfortunately, this one is on the receiving end.

First of all, the narrator was very monotone throughout the book and the production quality was not up to par with other Audible titles. Notably, the editing did not catch a throat-clear that was not written as part of the story. It might seem picky, but it's a short 5-hour book so I would imagine it would have had at least one listen-through before publishing.

About the book itself. The characters in the story are not fleshed out. We did get some backstory as the book progressed, but the overall character development was just not there. The main female character had moments of courage followed by bouts of complete uselessness. The book also jumps directly into sex scene after sex scene in which there's some sort of wolf or dog inspiration. There were times when I would just think to myself "who would find this appealing?". Overall, I am glad that the book was only 5 hours, as I was having my doubts less than an hour in. I stuck it out though, just to be rewarded with a cliffhanger. Not pleased.
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- Stephanne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-05-2016
  • Publisher: Blushing Books Publishing