Omega: My Most Shocking and Steamy Interview: Pregnant by the Alpha
- Gay Omega Mpreg Steamy Short Story Romance
- Narrated by: Trevor Clinger
- Length: 33 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-24-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Marini Publishing
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There is an alternative Joe can take, but it involves working under Jack's desk while he gets on with his work....
Omega is the steamy, hot, and quirky story of how Joe gets his new job through a super horny interview conducted a bit under his boss' table, a bit bent over the boss' table, sometimes pleasuring the boss while he talks to his personal assistant, and even while he has a meeting with clients.
Joe's interview must be one of the longest and steamiest interviews ever, as he is asked questions to which he replies not with words but by showing his boss what he can do to please him if he gets the new "position".
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By n1ght0wl on 10-01-16
Okay to pass the time
- story was repetitive
- you could hear the grammatic through the reading
- it really wasn't an mpreg book at all, there's no reference besides the title that suggest this is an alpha/omega nonshifter story. there is a kind of dom/sub feel tho.
- the narration was monotonic making this a dull story to listen to. there were some good moments when infliction was added to voice Jack but that was few and far between.
- for a short erotica this was okay but I don't know if I would try anything else by this author if it wasn't gifted to me or free.
A copy of this audio book was provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.
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By GiniSue on 03-24-18
Would you try another book from Johnson Woodstrong and/or Trevor Clinger?
I might if I didn't have to pay for it.
Would you ever listen to anything by Johnson Woodstrong again?
If he got another performer to do his stories, maybe.
What didn’t you like about Trevor Clinger’s performance?
His performance was monotone and choppy. I found myself repeating the lines with more fluidity and emotion so that the story didn't leave such a bad residue in my mind.
It was quite easy to tell when the performer was taking a breathe, swallowing or even drinking something.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
It has promise if it is made into a novel or part of a serial that actually ends with mpreg somewhere actually in the story.
Any additional comments?
There is so much promise with the story itself, it just needs to be complete and have a different performer.