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(Alternate cover edition of ASIN B073CGDW4V). Five years ago, Felix fled his hometown, leaving behind lies, a proposal, and a fifteen-year relationship with his alpha. Now, fresh out of money, he's back, guilt-laden, struggling to shore up his savings so he can flee again. Ever since Felix rejected him, Kade's been programming, helping his family out of bankruptcy. Felix (Alternate cover edition of ASIN B073CGDW4V). Five years ago, Felix fled his hometown, leaving behind lies, a proposal, and a fifteen-year relationship with his alpha. Now, fresh out of money, he's back, guilt-laden, struggling to shore up his savings so he can flee again. Ever since Felix rejected him, Kade's been programming, helping his family out of bankruptcy. Felix had said Kade wasn't rich enough as an alpha, wasn't good enough to marry. Kade still isn't. All he has now: the silver ring he proposed with. When they meet again, Felix goes into heat. After a scorching night together, Felix discovers he's pregnant. He'd slept with the bondmate he helped bankrupt. Kade can't possibly want this child; Felix has hurt him, has kept so many secrets from him. But as his belly grows, and as he's drawn to his alpha all over again, Felix can't deny the bond between them. He can't hide their baby forever, either. The Omega's Secret Pregnancy is a 100,000-word slow-burn second chance romance, with many erotic scenes, LOTS of pining, and some hurt/comfort themes. There is no cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed HEA.


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(Alternate cover edition of ASIN B073CGDW4V). Five years ago, Felix fled his hometown, leaving behind lies, a proposal, and a fifteen-year relationship with his alpha. Now, fresh out of money, he's back, guilt-laden, struggling to shore up his savings so he can flee again. Ever since Felix rejected him, Kade's been programming, helping his family out of bankruptcy. Felix (Alternate cover edition of ASIN B073CGDW4V). Five years ago, Felix fled his hometown, leaving behind lies, a proposal, and a fifteen-year relationship with his alpha. Now, fresh out of money, he's back, guilt-laden, struggling to shore up his savings so he can flee again. Ever since Felix rejected him, Kade's been programming, helping his family out of bankruptcy. Felix had said Kade wasn't rich enough as an alpha, wasn't good enough to marry. Kade still isn't. All he has now: the silver ring he proposed with. When they meet again, Felix goes into heat. After a scorching night together, Felix discovers he's pregnant. He'd slept with the bondmate he helped bankrupt. Kade can't possibly want this child; Felix has hurt him, has kept so many secrets from him. But as his belly grows, and as he's drawn to his alpha all over again, Felix can't deny the bond between them. He can't hide their baby forever, either. The Omega's Secret Pregnancy is a 100,000-word slow-burn second chance romance, with many erotic scenes, LOTS of pining, and some hurt/comfort themes. There is no cheating, no cliffhangers, and a guaranteed HEA.

30 review for The Omega's Secret Pregnancy

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tanu Gill

    This is the worst alpha/omega book I've ever read! The writing was so choppy and repetitive that I ended up skimming so many pages just so I could reach the end. I did not like Kade's passiveness, and I hated the childishness of Felix. Everything put me off from the first para to the last. There were a few moments which made me smile, but this type of story is just not for me, at all. This is the worst alpha/omega book I've ever read! The writing was so choppy and repetitive that I ended up skimming so many pages just so I could reach the end. I did not like Kade's passiveness, and I hated the childishness of Felix. Everything put me off from the first para to the last. There were a few moments which made me smile, but this type of story is just not for me, at all.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Emily

    I LOVE that authors are totally getting on board the a/b/o mpreg train, be it shifters or contemporary, and I loved that this had everything I wanted in that type of story - a heat, KNOTTING, scent glands (which was nice to see, I see that in fanfic more than published stories), bondmate marks, getting the mpreg from start to finish, some angst, and a HEA. I've been looking forward to this story since the author first told me it was coming, and for the most part, I was not disappointed! First of I LOVE that authors are totally getting on board the a/b/o mpreg train, be it shifters or contemporary, and I loved that this had everything I wanted in that type of story - a heat, KNOTTING, scent glands (which was nice to see, I see that in fanfic more than published stories), bondmate marks, getting the mpreg from start to finish, some angst, and a HEA. I've been looking forward to this story since the author first told me it was coming, and for the most part, I was not disappointed! First off, I adored Kade, his love and his patience for Felix, how understanding he was with everything, and he just wanted the best for Felix, thinking that he wasn't enough just himself. Oh my heart, I just loved Kade. I also loved the flashbacks to them as kids when they were first meeting and discovering each other. Heck, I would have loved even more of that as they were growing up together! My personal pet peeve, however, is the whole big misunderstanding - when characters just won't talk to each other, they interpret something how they want and never discuss it, and the whole entire conflict could be avoided if they would just sit down and talk! That's what this story felt like for me - if Felix had just talked to Kade, there wouldn't have been any angst, separation, etc. I get that it makes for conflict, but it's just a trope that is used too frequently and I wish characters would just talk. I wanted to shake Felix and tell him to man up a few times in this story. The pace was sometimes a bit slow, and I remember being in the last third bit of the story and thinking that there was just a LOT of sex, which normally I'm all for, but I almost think there was...too much? I would have preferred more story, more of them talking and having meaningful conversation and interaction, than just resorting to sex. Still, I adored the story and yearned for that HEA, which we did get. Also! I would REALLY love to see Felix's brother, Taylor, get his story as he seemed like his would be very interesting! He's also an omega but his job seemed like it'd make for a great story. I love this author and always look forward to what she writes next, and do hope for more mpreg! I received an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Emily Seelye

    *ARC provided by author for honest review* Kade and Felix are bonded mates, they have been since they were 10. 5 years ago, ashamed that he unwittingly took part in bankrupting Kades family, Felix ran away. His circumstances have made it so that he's had to come home. His first night home, he goes into heat and they make a baby. Felix thinks Kade doesn't want kids, or that he'll reject him for events in the past, so he tries to hide the pregnancy. Because of the bond, Kade still wants to take car *ARC provided by author for honest review* Kade and Felix are bonded mates, they have been since they were 10. 5 years ago, ashamed that he unwittingly took part in bankrupting Kades family, Felix ran away. His circumstances have made it so that he's had to come home. His first night home, he goes into heat and they make a baby. Felix thinks Kade doesn't want kids, or that he'll reject him for events in the past, so he tries to hide the pregnancy. Because of the bond, Kade still wants to take care of his omega, so they grow closer and fall in love again. When Kade finds out about the pregnancy, Felix lies about the father, but eventually he comes clean about it when they have a long overdue heart to heart. Overall, I liked this, but I think it was too long. Felix shouldn't have waited so long to come clean about the pregnancy and his secrets about the past. Because of the length and the fact I came close to DNF this, I think the actual rating is closer to a 2.5.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Daesy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I Knew that they had been apart for 5 years, but a tiny part of my mind still wished that they hadn't slept with other ppl in that time. Sure that can't be cheating, but they were still(and are) bonded mates, and in a shifter book I wanna see more romance, loyalty and devotion(mostly bcs they still loved each other and they were claimed)... Anyway it started so well, so probably I'm gonna finish it. But damn ... I Knew that they had been apart for 5 years, but a tiny part of my mind still wished that they hadn't slept with other ppl in that time. Sure that can't be cheating, but they were still(and are) bonded mates, and in a shifter book I wanna see more romance, loyalty and devotion(mostly bcs they still loved each other and they were claimed)... Anyway it started so well, so probably I'm gonna finish it. But damn ...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    I loved The Omega's Secret Pregnancy which is the first book in the Men of Meadowfall series by Anna Wineheart. It was full of storytelling and passion. I loved the glimpses into when Kade and Felix were young and how they exchanged bonding marks when Kade, who hadn't even presented yet as an alpha, so that he could protect Felix, who had presented early as an omega, from the bullies at school. However, circumstances pulled them apart and then will bring them back together five years later. This I loved The Omega's Secret Pregnancy which is the first book in the Men of Meadowfall series by Anna Wineheart. It was full of storytelling and passion. I loved the glimpses into when Kade and Felix were young and how they exchanged bonding marks when Kade, who hadn't even presented yet as an alpha, so that he could protect Felix, who had presented early as an omega, from the bullies at school. However, circumstances pulled them apart and then will bring them back together five years later. This book will teach you the importance of communicating with your partner as Felix should have done with Kade instead of running away. This is an excellent second chance love story with plenty of angst and passion. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    F.

    Boring! Felix was a drip and wallowed in self pity. Don't see what Kade saw in him. My second book by this author and same problems. Too drawn out and wordy and the reason why Felix left Kade in the first place - ludicrous!! 2.5 stars Boring! Felix was a drip and wallowed in self pity. Don't see what Kade saw in him. My second book by this author and same problems. Too drawn out and wordy and the reason why Felix left Kade in the first place - ludicrous!! 2.5 stars

  7. 5 out of 5

    Finnegan

    I usually love abo books, I love a big age difference, especially if the younger partner is more dominant, so I thought I would like this book a lot. Well, I was wrong. The story did not flow, the characters was annoying, and I ended up speed reading to the end.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sadaharuhi

    frustratingly long and repetitive with annoying mc (felix) but strangely hot and hard to put down though it may just be my ocd

  9. 4 out of 5

    Darlene

    All the books I’ve read by Anna Wineheart I’ve loved, and she didn’t let me down with her new book “The Omega’s Secret Pregnancy”. Felix has returned to his home town, Meadowfall, California. He’s what you might call a starving artist. He left town five years ago after breaking it off with his bonded mate who had proposed to Felix. All because of those drawings of mansions his wealthy father had ask Felix to do. His father used the drawings to attract buyers for the mansions at high prices. The p All the books I’ve read by Anna Wineheart I’ve loved, and she didn’t let me down with her new book “The Omega’s Secret Pregnancy”. Felix has returned to his home town, Meadowfall, California. He’s what you might call a starving artist. He left town five years ago after breaking it off with his bonded mate who had proposed to Felix. All because of those drawings of mansions his wealthy father had ask Felix to do. His father used the drawings to attract buyers for the mansions at high prices. The problem was those mansions housed people of the community that rented them. His bonded mate’s family was one of those who went into bankruptcy. Felix felt it was his fault for doing the paintings that drew in the rich buyers. There was no way he wanted to hurt and fail his mate and he was not strong enough to face Kade, his bonded mate, so he ran away. Felix had left the pharmacy with his prescription of suppressants; he was on the cusp of his heat. It’s late at night; his brother cancels on him to pick him up and suggests calling their father. When hell freezes over he might have called his father, but he’s not getting into an argument with the man. That night while Kade’s out on his motorcycle he caught his mate’s lavender scent. It was easy to find Felix and their uncomfortable meeting happens. Kade offers a ride, Felix accepts, but being close to his mate bring his heat into play and they have a roll in the bed. The torment these two lover’s have from the pass is hard to overcome and Felix’s lies don’t help their situation. I felt sorry for Kade. He was torn apart with Felix’s untruths but stayed by his side. He’d take as much as Felix was willing to give him. Kade’s patience is incredible and I praise him for sticking in there to reclaim his mate. Felix starts with one lie when he left five years ago and continues - lie on top of lies formed quickly. There were times I wanted to smack Felix on the back of his head because his lies shredded his mate’s heart. But Felix also was tearing himself apart not being honest with his mate. He had never wanted to lie about his feelings for Kade or the baby Felix ends up carrying. Instead he tells Kade it isn’t his. You can imagine how Kade felt. They are a loving couple that just can’t seem to get things right. What they needed to do was to have stated how they felt long ago. But Felix was afraid Kade would hate him for the bankruptcy and now the baby that Kade had stated in the past he didn’t want children. So Felix was tormented with wanting Kade to accept the baby and not telling him so he wouldn’t hurt him. All Kade wanted was to have Felix back in his life as did Felix wanted Kade back and the two struggled within their own thoughts. They have been together since they bonded at ten years old and they both wanted to have those same feeling again. They do end up, finally, back together. Felix had a break down and confessed to all his lies. This is a touching and endearing book about these two young men who have been together for decades. They overcame the heartache they both had suffered and now have their HEA ending. This is a wonderful book. I enjoyed it immensely and would highly recommend it to anyone. I read a complimentary Advanced Reader Copy of this book & am voluntarily leaving an honest and unbiased review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Su

    A love story based on a miscommunication that goes on for far, far, FAR too long. I quite liked the story overall. But it loses it's charm midway as the story squeezes the miscommunication plotline of every single possible moment of the book. Goes on for a bit too long, which got me annoyed at the Omega. Like, geez, seriously? That being said, this is still a fairly enjoyable story and I do love my mpreg themes. A love story based on a miscommunication that goes on for far, far, FAR too long. I quite liked the story overall. But it loses it's charm midway as the story squeezes the miscommunication plotline of every single possible moment of the book. Goes on for a bit too long, which got me annoyed at the Omega. Like, geez, seriously? That being said, this is still a fairly enjoyable story and I do love my mpreg themes.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Qin

    Yet another badly paced, choppily written, alpha/omega romance of the non-shifting variety. Advertised as a second-chance story, it is not actually anything of this kind, since the heroes jump straight into sex a few pages after the beginning and then end up beating around the bush for the remainder of the book. As a minority of readers here, those (I reckon) with literary tastes which do not incline them to vapid romances as if those were much better than trashy PWPs, I was infuriated by the ch Yet another badly paced, choppily written, alpha/omega romance of the non-shifting variety. Advertised as a second-chance story, it is not actually anything of this kind, since the heroes jump straight into sex a few pages after the beginning and then end up beating around the bush for the remainder of the book. As a minority of readers here, those (I reckon) with literary tastes which do not incline them to vapid romances as if those were much better than trashy PWPs, I was infuriated by the choice of tense, the pervasive interior monologues of the heroes which do not contribute one bit of characterization due to their triteness, the sheer length of the story uncompounded by any interesting things, and the utter absence of communication between Kade and Felix. The author really does push her few plot devices too far (miscommunication, the hidden pregnancy) ; small wonder the net result is an unbalanced tale in which one struggles a lot to feel any sympathy towards the Omega. And do not get me started on the many silly touches in the book ; I shall only quote one, which showcases the author's appalling disregard for the basics of human physiology : "Felix wakes the next morning feeling like utter crap. The curtains are too thin. The heater is cranked too high. The bed sheets are too rough. His ass is sore, and when he relaxes, thick fluid oozes from his hole. He frowns, reaching down. His heat makes him drip thin, colorless slick, and... The smear on his fingers is a pearly white. The memories from last night slam back into him (...). Felix lingers on the sensations of being stretched, the way Kade fucks him like no one else can. It makes his body flush with warmth, makes him hard. When he pushes his fingers inside, he finds more of Kade’s cum, thick and sticky." One is supposed to swallow that sperm does not dry and then flake inside one's cavities (plus the mere use of "hole" here brutally ruins the dramatic illusion ; who does speak of oneself in this way, pray tell ?). Aye sure; and soon "black" will mean "white" and pigs will fly to the moon and back. Sorry, Mrs Wineheart, you are not in any literary capacity to make this reader forget his education.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    2/3 stars

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ricardo

    DNF This book was like a bad country song

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marion

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The Omega’s secret pregnancy Anna Wineheart Review contains spoiler! Oh da*** it! I hate giving just two stars to books with such a cute cover and a story that promises so much and could in fact actually be cute if it wasn’t for this long middle part without much story but a lot of repeating lines. The thing is, if it was just for the beginning and the end of the story I’d have given 5 stars but there are so many words in between and so little is happening. But let’s start at the beginning. We have The Omega’s secret pregnancy Anna Wineheart Review contains spoiler! Oh da*** it! I hate giving just two stars to books with such a cute cover and a story that promises so much and could in fact actually be cute if it wasn’t for this long middle part without much story but a lot of repeating lines. The thing is, if it was just for the beginning and the end of the story I’d have given 5 stars but there are so many words in between and so little is happening. But let’s start at the beginning. We have got the Omega Felix who messed up his relationship with his beloved Alpha five years ago and moved to another city. He comes back now and of course meets his Alpha Kade again right at the moment he comes in heat. Although their first intimate contact after all that time is during Felix’ heat both realize that the feelings they had for each other didn’t disappear over the five years. So they start meeting again. But soon after their first night together Felix finds out that he is pregnant with Kade’s child. But he can’t tell him that because Kade told him five years ago that he doesn’t want children on his own and besides that Felix still has this bad conscience because he hurt his Alpha so badly five years ago. He is totally sure that he will never forgive him and they can’t have their HEA. And all this happens right at the beginning of the story. And then there are several chapters of a quite long book where both guys think that they still are madly in love with each other and would like to renew their bond but they don’t tell it the other. Felix because of the bad conscience and Kade because he thinks that he isn’t good enough for Felix (because he told him so 5 years ago because he wasn’t and still isn’t as rich as Felix’ family). So they just make out and Kade knots several times into Felix but they don’t tell their feelings to each other. They just think them and then at a certain point I just started thinking. ‘Yea, even I got that they love each other and Felix did a stupid thing in the past by just disappearing without telling Kade why?’ So all the middle part is about making s**, thinking how much they love the other one and that they can’t be together anymore. Sometimes these scenes are interrupted by some short flashbacks of their adolescents, how they got together at the age of 10 and how they struggled through their teenage years together and eventually you get to know why Felix left five years ago. And that was just another thing which I didn’t get. So Felix was all the time afraid that Kade would hate him, if he learns the truth… At least I had to read this over several pages. So he told him that he Kade wasn’t good enough for Felix. Seriously why shouldn’t he hate him exactly the same after this statement and all the lies? (But of course Kade doesn’t hate him and wouldn’t have hated him if he had told him the truth straight away, because… guess what… Kade loves Felix…) And then finally there is the HEA. But seriously…. I didn’t get the Alpha – Omega story in this at all. I mean there are just misunderstandings between the two of them and secrets that made Felix leave in the first place. But when this all happened Felix and Kade had been a couple for 15 years. So where is the total trust of this couple towards each other which is actually common on love-based Alpha-Omega relationships specially after such a long time? And then when they finally meet each other again, they still keep so many secrets from each other…. And then there is Kade who runs after Felix like a dog. Please don’t get me wrong I don’t like the macho-type Alpha but seriously Kade’s behavior drove me nuts. He is the worst softie I’ve ever read about. Whatever Felix does, he forgives him without being angry for just one moment. Felix can treat him as badly as he wants, Kade just shakes it off. Kade isn’t even really mad when he finds out about Felix’ baby and Felix tells him that it isn’t his. And when Kade finally gets to know the truth he states that he is angry but takes Felix up into his room and they make out…. And that’s what the whole middle part is about making out… I actually have to admit that I left some parts out because there was too much making out for my taste. I really missed the story. The book started so cute and the end was really cute again (That’s the reason for the second star – without that I’d just given 1). It could have really been a good book if the middle part would have been shorter and if there was another reason for Felix leaving Kade. Because this one really let me doubt their trust to each other and as conclusion their perfect Alpha-Omega love story.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    Sooooo, I looked through the author's books, and I REALLLY wanted to read Omega's Stepbrother... I figured after my not-so-receptiveness to Burning for My Prince see review here, better to stick with safe... and what hits-the-spot more than omegaverse with incest a sprinkle of taboo ????? Thing is though, reading Burning for My Prince some characters made an appearance, and I didn't really know the history, I mean, it's mentioned, and these books can absolutely be read as standalones Sooooo, I looked through the author's books, and I REALLLY wanted to read Omega's Stepbrother... I figured after my not-so-receptiveness to Burning for My Prince see review here, better to stick with safe... and what hits-the-spot more than omegaverse with incest a sprinkle of taboo ????? Thing is though, reading Burning for My Prince some characters made an appearance, and I didn't really know the history, I mean, it's mentioned, and these books can absolutely be read as standalones, but, I don't like questions when enjoying my smut romance... Hence the bright idea to start from the top! And so we did: enter Kade and Felix. Now, don't get me wrong... I LOOOOOVVVEEEEE ME SOME KADE 💜💜 He has his issues... who doesn't? 🤷🏾‍♀️🤷🏾‍♀️ But LAAWWWWDDDDD that man DID NOT deserve the SHIT-FUCKING-SHOW that is Felix JEEESUSSSSSSSS!!!!!! Soooo I have some theories developing: 1. I suspect I'm REALLLLY NOT going to like the omegas in this omegaverse (assuming I continue reading the series). They're just soooooo... can you just talk the shit out like fucking adults??? What's with all the stupid secrets and even MORE STUPID LIES??? 2. WHY ARE WE DRAGGING THIS SHIT OUT FOR FOUR HUNDRED FUCKING PAGES???? I mean, I got it, THE FIRST TWO TIMES when you explained in fucking detail that he feels guilty, and he lied, so did his Omega neighbor next door, as well as the one across the street, why are we still revisiting this trope??? 3. Me thinks this author doth has a template for sex scenes...     ...they're beginning to look the same at least in the two books I've read... down to what the alpha says... Mmmhhhhhhmmmm.... we shall see! Overall... this was better than Burning for My Prince, which I attributed to a change in the age/maturity of the alpha MC. ⬅️ see, this is part of what frustrates me about this author, her writing is good enough to have nuances clearly visible, such as age difference in character presentation, but the overall story with the annoying omega is just uggghhhh, seriously?!?!?!? I would  LOVE her work, easily one of my go-to Omegaverses (of which there are only a handful) if she'd do a better job with the omegas, make them less annoying (and I can't believe I'm about to say this) and shorten her books too... or maybe keep them long, but make the content worthy of the length. 3.5 ⭐ s for not putting me through another immature alpha, but instead, giving me Kade who ALMOST made-up for my dislike of his bond-mate!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lissa

    Mpreg of any kind usually isn't my thing, but this book promised to be so full of tropey goodness and delicious angst, and it delivered on both of those promises, so I ended up being fine with the mpreg parts. I needed an infusion of angst and feels, and this book certainly delivered! I kind of felt bad for Felix. (view spoiler)[He felt guilty for his boyfriend's family's bankruptcy, which was fueled by his father, so he ran away to the city five years before, even though he loved Kade something Mpreg of any kind usually isn't my thing, but this book promised to be so full of tropey goodness and delicious angst, and it delivered on both of those promises, so I ended up being fine with the mpreg parts. I needed an infusion of angst and feels, and this book certainly delivered! I kind of felt bad for Felix. (view spoiler)[He felt guilty for his boyfriend's family's bankruptcy, which was fueled by his father, so he ran away to the city five years before, even though he loved Kade something fierce. (hide spoiler)] Although this was definitely the case of "omg just sit down and TALK TO ONE ANOTHER FOR FIVE MINUTES and most (if not all) of your problems will be solved" trope (which usually annoys me), I actually kind of understood how it happened when it came to Felix. (view spoiler)[His whole life, Felix's powerful father had pretty much told him that he was worthless, so Felix had a hard time imagining that he WASN'T worthless. He was so afraid of rejection because that was all he had ever known at home. And I...really relate to that, in so many ways. And I can look back at my own (quite disastrous) relationship history and see, well, dang, I'm a runner too. Haha. (hide spoiler)] So it'd be rather hypocritical of me to say anything about that, since I am pretty much the same. Kade was a good character, but I felt that he was a little too forgiving and understanding. In my personal experience, no matter how "good" people are, run long and hard enough (no matter how reasonable that seems to you, because that is the only path you know when it comes to dealing with emotions) and they'll give up on you, without fail. Usually it doesn't even take them that long to move on from you, which just fuels the whole "I'm not good enough to be loved" tapes running through your head. It was kind of hard to believe that he would stick around for five years, pining for Felix. (view spoiler)[Granted, they both did have sex with other people during that time, but still. (hide spoiler)] But was the book an enjoyable read? Hell yeah! I read it all in one afternoon, and considering that I am a serial "start this book and if it doesn't grip me right away and thoroughly at all times I will put this fucker down and start something else posthaste" type of reader, that's saying something. And I'd totally recommend it to people who are looking for some trope-heavy non-shifter mpreg. I'm also looking forward to reading the next book in the series, which will hopefully be released soon.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cee Brown

    ♥.•*¨)☆♡¸.•* ♡☆(¸.•♥´ Honesty is the best policy. A good start to a new series! I am a slave to MPREG, and I love any author who puts a spin on it. Ms Wineheart made her main characters soul bonds, who met as children and drifted in each other's orbit yet who were still able to walk away from each other without the regular, we-can't-live-without-each-other-once-bonded. She also decided to introduce mating marks that did not necessarily have to be on the shoulder as I am so used to. And the. Hell!! ♥.•*¨)☆♡¸.•* ♡☆(¸.•♥´ Honesty is the best policy. A good start to a new series! I am a slave to MPREG, and I love any author who puts a spin on it. Ms Wineheart made her main characters soul bonds, who met as children and drifted in each other's orbit yet who were still able to walk away from each other without the regular, we-can't-live-without-each-other-once-bonded. She also decided to introduce mating marks that did not necessarily have to be on the shoulder as I am so used to. And the. Hell!! Scent marks? Then there was Felix's omega brother who was WAY out there and definitely needs his own story. For Kade and artist Felix, it was like playing footsie under the table. The tension was obvious, the chemistry high. It was five years since Felix had walked away from his bondmate, the one person he had loved and hurt unknowingly. Now he was back in town having been unable to survive. He finds himself in the midst of his heat and facing his down past. Felix made me want to slap him left and right. He was protecting himself, yes, after hearing what he thought Kade had said. But like Felix, Kade was protecting himself. Communication was definitely not key to these two. Kade, Alpha, IT entrepeneur, smelled his bond mate from blocks away. He had not thought he would ever see Felix again. Now he was helping the one he still loved, starting a troubling relationship with his omega, even though Felix was adamant that they were never going to be together again as he was only home for a short time. But plans had a way of changing, and fate is an evil mistress. Kade wanted... He wanted Felix. He wanted the life they had. But his omega was determined to keep him at arms length despite the obvious passion between them. Now if Felix can give up the secrets he was holding, maybe, just maybe they could find their happy ever after. I voluntarily and honestly reviewed this book without bias or persuasion from the author.

  18. 4 out of 5

    L Cam

    Arc review So this is a little on the late side, sorry. This book was a 2 for me. It may seem bad to say that I took off more stars for the point of view and writing than the overall story concept, but to me execution is very important in writing and this story just didn't seem to have it This was written in present tense third person. I love third person, but I've slowly become to not loathe first person/ alternating first person past or present perfect tense. You get the real sense of being in Arc review So this is a little on the late side, sorry. This book was a 2 for me. It may seem bad to say that I took off more stars for the point of view and writing than the overall story concept, but to me execution is very important in writing and this story just didn't seem to have it This was written in present tense third person. I love third person, but I've slowly become to not loathe first person/ alternating first person past or present perfect tense. You get the real sense of being in the ,omens or in the story. You'd think you'd get that in this because its at least present tense, but the fact that it's in third just screws it all up. It's like some other reviewers say, it's very repetitive because you have to distinguish between the characters since it's not in first person and you have to clarify so the reader doesn't get confused while reading. Alas this still was hard to get through because of the tense of the story. Now on to the rest of the story. I don't like insta-love but if it can be done without being cheesy as heck, it works this was ok. It's not exactly insta-live because the characters already have prior history to when they next meet up. But, when they do it's like they instantly succumb to their baser needs and desires and tah-dah! An instant one night stand pregnancy. Felix and Kade are both hot and sweet together. I don't like the juvenile feel I got when reading about their lack of communication, though. It played on unnecessary actions to create drama and tension and it just didn't work for me. I like the way the pregnancy flows some authors just make the character pregnant without any of the other characteristics of pregnancy and they skip the birth completely so the characters suddenly have a kidder three in the epilogue. Overall this had potential, but the tense of the story changed how the story was told and it just negatively affected the overall impression of the story.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Silver

    So this book made me truly appreciate all those after school specials I saw as a kid. You know, the "safe sex" and "teen parents" and "the value of honesty" specials that were so achingly earnest you felt guilty about snarking over them? Yeah. Felix clearly should have watched a few more of those. While far from being a teen parent in age, he has all the good decision capability of your average 16 year old. That's without even getting into the whole hiding-a-pregnancy thing. Felix. Boo-boo. I hav So this book made me truly appreciate all those after school specials I saw as a kid. You know, the "safe sex" and "teen parents" and "the value of honesty" specials that were so achingly earnest you felt guilty about snarking over them? Yeah. Felix clearly should have watched a few more of those. While far from being a teen parent in age, he has all the good decision capability of your average 16 year old. That's without even getting into the whole hiding-a-pregnancy thing. Felix. Boo-boo. I have SEEN that Molly Ringwald movie, and it does NOT end well. But I thought this book was adorable. It's exactly what it says on the tin, which made it easy to relax and enjoy the ride while muttering about stubborn characters. The sex is scorching, although there were a few instances where my analytical brain piped up with hygiene concerns, but honestly that's just the pedant in me. I wanted a hot, sweet, HEA mpreg, with pregnancy schmoop and an overabundance of misunderstandings and that is PRECISELY what I got. Cons: I would have liked more world building, if only to better appreciate the internal sub-hierarchy within the overall ABO structure. There were a lot of things related to that that were just told to me that didn't really make sense in the grand scheme of things. And overall, I felt like the secondary characters could have done with a bit more love. I'd normally give this 3 stars, but I'm adding an extra star on because The Omega's Secret Pregnancy is exactly what it promises to be; a fun, sweet read with just enough angst to make the happy ending worth it. This book doesn't pretend to be anything other than what it is, which is delightfully refreshing in and of itself. I received a complimentary ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm not sure I thought this through, though, because now everyone will know I read mpreg.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jess A Jaye

    I'm a huge mpeg fan and have read quite a few by now. Some are amazing, some are ok, some are not so great and then there some that just give you everything you hope for. The Omega's Secret Pregnancy is definitely the later. This was such a good read. As well as being non-shifter mpreg it's also a second chance romance which is another trope I really enjoy. Omega Felix ran from Meadowfall and his alpha Kade when he discovers that his father is responsible for a horrible misfortune which befalls K I'm a huge mpeg fan and have read quite a few by now. Some are amazing, some are ok, some are not so great and then there some that just give you everything you hope for. The Omega's Secret Pregnancy is definitely the later. This was such a good read. As well as being non-shifter mpreg it's also a second chance romance which is another trope I really enjoy. Omega Felix ran from Meadowfall and his alpha Kade when he discovers that his father is responsible for a horrible misfortune which befalls Kade's family. Felix mistaken believes his own actions helped his father and unable to cope with the guilt he leaves the alpha that he loves and has been bonded with since they were children. They were true childhood sweethearts. After five years away Felix is back in town and quickly bumps into Kade. The draw between them is as strong as ever and they are unable to resist each other. One slight problem is Felix is in heat and soon discovers he's pregnant. Felix is convinced that Kade deserves a better mate, one who hasn't betrayed him. And he believes his alpha won't want the baby. Kade meanwhile has never gotten over Felix and very much still loves him. He has his own insecurities about money or being a powerful enough alpha for his mate. I loved seeing an alpha who showed his vulnerabilities and an omega who can totally look after himself. Some mpregs rush through the months of pregnancy but TOSP didn't do that which i'm pleased about. The scenes where Felix talks to his bump were adorable. Really hope there's going to be another book in this series. I totally wanna read a book with Felix's brother's as MC as i'm totally inquired by his story.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    The Omega's Secret Pregnancy is the first book in the Men of Meadowfall series by author Anna Wineheart. This one is written in alternating POV. This story has friends turning into lovers. What stops them along the way is mostly their own insecurities and misunderstandings between them. Felix is coming home. He is in heat. While he has been through heats before, he forgot his suppressants this day. What does that mean? Well he will be in desperate need of sex. He is an Omega. There is one Alpha The Omega's Secret Pregnancy is the first book in the Men of Meadowfall series by author Anna Wineheart. This one is written in alternating POV. This story has friends turning into lovers. What stops them along the way is mostly their own insecurities and misunderstandings between them. Felix is coming home. He is in heat. While he has been through heats before, he forgot his suppressants this day. What does that mean? Well he will be in desperate need of sex. He is an Omega. There is one Alpha he wants. But he ran away from him many years ago. Can he trust him now? And Felix has to find the courage to know he is enough for someone else. I think he is a very insecure character who needs to know he is perfect just the way he is. Kaden I felt his character was a little under developed. But he shows up sees his old flame and childhood friend Felix. The feelings he has had for Felix never have really gone away. But he has to convince his other half that they belong together this time forever. This story has some good ideas in it. I did feel some could use a little more flushing out, but over all I really liked this story. It is a good read if you like MM pregnancy stories. This one does have some good heat in it, and love that kept me turning the pages. Four Twinkling Stars

  22. 4 out of 5

    R.B. Austin

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. "The Omega’s Secret Pregnancy" received ONE AND A HALF stars. I liked Kade and Felix. I just wish their story had been better. The prologue was completely unnecessary and was just a future scene of the story copied and pasted into the beginning to draw readers attention. It would’ve been better if the author actually started the story there and weaved in the important bits of the “real beginning”. Also, the conflict of the story wasn’t an actual conflict. At any time Felix could’ve told Kade the "The Omega’s Secret Pregnancy" received ONE AND A HALF stars. I liked Kade and Felix. I just wish their story had been better. The prologue was completely unnecessary and was just a future scene of the story copied and pasted into the beginning to draw readers attention. It would’ve been better if the author actually started the story there and weaved in the important bits of the “real beginning”. Also, the conflict of the story wasn’t an actual conflict. At any time Felix could’ve told Kade the truth about it all and Kade would’ve forgiven him. They could’ve start their HEA as soon as Felix found out he was pregnant. This was disappointing as I read the second book of the series first and loved it so much that I’d been excited to read this one. The novel gained *stars* for these items: 1/2 * gained for: "I thought about the book when I was forced to set it down and re-enter society." 1/2 * gained for: "There were no info dumps, poor writing, or copy edit mistakes that jerked me out of the story." 1/2 * gained for: "I was sad when the book ended. I wanted more!" The novel failed to gain stars for these items: NO STAR gained for: "The book caught my interest in the first five pages." NO STAR gained for: "That's it. I'm hooked on this author. I will automatically try anything s/he writes."

  23. 5 out of 5

    John-Torleif Harris

    Kade and Felix were an interesting coupling for me. Felix's choices, all led by his fear and his guilt over the past, were pretty consistently bad - but they were believable and fit his character. The lack of communication between the two didn't feel forced or there just for the sake of the drama of the story. While the two main characters were good, I found that I didn't particularly like (or believe) any of the secondary characters. It's like a picture with a fisheye filter - there is a sharp f Kade and Felix were an interesting coupling for me. Felix's choices, all led by his fear and his guilt over the past, were pretty consistently bad - but they were believable and fit his character. The lack of communication between the two didn't feel forced or there just for the sake of the drama of the story. While the two main characters were good, I found that I didn't particularly like (or believe) any of the secondary characters. It's like a picture with a fisheye filter - there is a sharp focus on a specific point (the MCs) and then everything else is blurry to the point of being indistinguishable. I didn't think that any of the interactions with the secondary characters did much to add to the story. Then there were the random flashbacks. Again, they were there, but I didn't find them to be particularly enlightening or illuninating to either the characters, or to the story. If they hadn't been included, I don't think that anything would have been missed. Overall, this story was ok; I enjoyed both Kade and Felix and I liked the progression of their romance, but I was disappointed that the storytelling itself didn't have a stronger focus and organization. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Claudia Lezár

    3,5* PLEASE READ MY RATING SYSTEM!!! To my ratings: A 3,5* is clicked with a 4* but in review marked as 3,5*: 5* - very very good and rare (it would be a Blow-Away-book like ‘Jesse's Smile’ or ‘Joey’ from Angelique Jurd, ‘Save the the kids’ series from EM Leya, ‘Love’s Tethered Heart’ from C.L. Etta or ‘Liberty’ from Seth King), it's like an A+ 4* - very good and will be often reread and is a WOW-book with interesting plot and surprises (like most of Andrew Grey books and Davidson Kings 'Haven Hart'-se 3,5* PLEASE READ MY RATING SYSTEM!!! To my ratings: A 3,5* is clicked with a 4* but in review marked as 3,5*: 5* - very very good and rare (it would be a Blow-Away-book like ‘Jesse's Smile’ or ‘Joey’ from Angelique Jurd, ‘Save the the kids’ series from EM Leya, ‘Love’s Tethered Heart’ from C.L. Etta or ‘Liberty’ from Seth King), it's like an A+ 4* - very good and will be often reread and is a WOW-book with interesting plot and surprises (like most of Andrew Grey books and Davidson Kings 'Haven Hart'-series) it's like an A 3,5* - a really good book, which will be reread a few times (most romances where you can enjoy for relaxing and during waiting times in hospitals). I can recommend them definitively! It's like an B+ 3* - it could be more then a one-time-reader (2-3 times a year), it's like a B 2* - it was ok to read, but it's more a one-time-reader (I wouldn't recommend it heartily, but it was ok) It's like a C-, D 1* - sorry, but that isn't really a book for me (too many mistakes, not nice plot, illogical, so an absolute NO-GO). It's like failure in the whole line, dismissed, repeat the class

  25. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    I received an ARC from the author. I've read lots of paranormal books. Several male pregnancy books. Lots and lots of shifter books. This was unique in that neither the alpha nor the omega shifted. The omega had a 'normal' delivery instead of a surgical delivery. And the entire town seemed to either be an alpha, beta or omega and the humans lived alongside them with no problems. The omega cried a lot, and at first I thought it was due to the hormonal changes of being pregnant. But when the alpha d I received an ARC from the author. I've read lots of paranormal books. Several male pregnancy books. Lots and lots of shifter books. This was unique in that neither the alpha nor the omega shifted. The omega had a 'normal' delivery instead of a surgical delivery. And the entire town seemed to either be an alpha, beta or omega and the humans lived alongside them with no problems. The omega cried a lot, and at first I thought it was due to the hormonal changes of being pregnant. But when the alpha didn't comment on it, I decided he must just have always been emotional. There is an HEA, which I always appreciate. I thought the mayor gave in too abruptly when he was confronted with his grandchild. Even though he did say she reminded him of his wife. For some reason I just couldn't connect with these men, or the plot, like I have with all the other books by Anna. So it must just be me. I'm still trying to wrap my head around the whole 'male pregnancy' scenario and I think I have a ways to go!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Dark_Shadow

    It started out well enough, but as the story went on I started feeling bored (skipped almost all sex scenes) and frustrated. Felix kept crying about his problems to poor Kade and when Kade kept offering to pay for him he was all "no no I can't accept that" to "I'll pay you back" bla bla and again. He accepted all the help after everything he did to the guy and even stayed at his place! After THE lie that he said. Poor Kade. Man. The guy is a damn saint I tell you. After all the mean and unaccept It started out well enough, but as the story went on I started feeling bored (skipped almost all sex scenes) and frustrated. Felix kept crying about his problems to poor Kade and when Kade kept offering to pay for him he was all "no no I can't accept that" to "I'll pay you back" bla bla and again. He accepted all the help after everything he did to the guy and even stayed at his place! After THE lie that he said. Poor Kade. Man. The guy is a damn saint I tell you. After all the mean and unacceptable things Felix said and did, he kept loving him and accepting him. I was feeling so sorry for Kade. At some point I stopped caring for their HEA. Actually if Kade found someone else it would be a little satisfying *is mean* Ok ok. Anyway. Really Felix? (view spoiler)[ Telling Kade he's not good enough for you and later on that the kid is not his because you are scared of rejection? come on. (hide spoiler)] Honestly i wanted it to be over. And I could care less about the whole marriage sweet ending.

  27. 4 out of 5

    P Leslie

    *I voluntarily read a review copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else's* 3.5 stars I found this review difficult to write because I was left quite conflicted as to whether I actually liked it enough to over look the negatives. This book was very slow paced and there were times I just wanted to give up. The story dragged on too much to the point it became boring and I started to lose interest. Felix was hiding a lot of secrets from Kade and the list grew longer as *I voluntarily read a review copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else's* 3.5 stars I found this review difficult to write because I was left quite conflicted as to whether I actually liked it enough to over look the negatives. This book was very slow paced and there were times I just wanted to give up. The story dragged on too much to the point it became boring and I started to lose interest. Felix was hiding a lot of secrets from Kade and the list grew longer as the story progressed. I got so frustrated with Felix - I felt like shaking some common sense into him. He doesn't make any effort to talk to Kade. He assumes the worst and lets his fears hold him back from giving Kade a chance. I liked Kade; he was perceptive and knew Felix was holding something back. Kade was caring, attentive and sweet - his love for Felix echoed throughout the whole story. One thing that really bothered me was the characters internal monologues. The characters inner thoughts drove me crazy. Kade and Felix don't have many meaningful interactions. They talk in general/flirt and screw each other but they never actually talked properly or openly about the issues in their relationship. I wanted Felix to gradually open up and confide in Kade but he pretty much spent most of his time hiding or running. This was on ok read but too slow paced for my taste. Felix was annoying/frustrating and I struggled to connect/like his character. Please don't let my review deter you from giving this book a go. Everyone has different tastes and although, this one didn't do it for me, it doesn't mean others will feel the same. I've read and enjoyed several books by this author and will continue reading her books in the future.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    Ok This book is very well written and we'll edited. It flowed well even though it was quite repetitive. That being said I didn't really love the book because of the main character of Felix who was so flawed. His constant lies and behaviour became annoying especially when they were directed at Kade who is the absolute hero in this book. Kade is besotted with Felix and even though Kade is an alpha he allows Felix to call all the shots. Because of Felix's constant lying, the complete lack of communic Ok This book is very well written and we'll edited. It flowed well even though it was quite repetitive. That being said I didn't really love the book because of the main character of Felix who was so flawed. His constant lies and behaviour became annoying especially when they were directed at Kade who is the absolute hero in this book. Kade is besotted with Felix and even though Kade is an alpha he allows Felix to call all the shots. Because of Felix's constant lying, the complete lack of communication, and the fact that they are both idiots, the two MCs don't actually get their s**t sorted until near the end of the book. The bs just went on for too long between Kade and Felix that it kind of ruined the story. The other aspect that sort of ruined it for me was when Kade's own Mum, who hasn't seen Felix in over 5 years and who broke Kade's heart, agrees to keep Felix's secret against her own son. Not cool and not right. Hope the other books in this series are better.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Pam Kay

    A beautiful story of revived love amongst lies and betrayal. Kade, an alpha, and his omega, Felix, have known each other since they were 10. Being bonded at 12 never parting until they reached 25. Felix was from a rich family, his father determined to bankrupt the people in their small town including Kade's parents forcing them out of their homes. Feeling guilt, Felix leaves Kade distraught, but never losing hope. Five years later Felix comes back to town. One of the first people who sees him is A beautiful story of revived love amongst lies and betrayal. Kade, an alpha, and his omega, Felix, have known each other since they were 10. Being bonded at 12 never parting until they reached 25. Felix was from a rich family, his father determined to bankrupt the people in their small town including Kade's parents forcing them out of their homes. Feeling guilt, Felix leaves Kade distraught, but never losing hope. Five years later Felix comes back to town. One of the first people who sees him is Kade. Felix is in heat and his attraction to him leads them to bed and Felix's lies begin. He's pregnant and he can't tell Kade because Kade never wanted children and Felix knows he will be leaving soon. This is their journey as their past and their present are revealed...Very well written. Emotional and HOT...Two mates finding their way❤️❤️

  30. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The only reason I'm giving this book such a low rating is that it was TOO LONG! Normally I wouldn't mind the length as long as I'm engaged enough in the story, but I was just too pissed at Felix for all his lies & stupidity! And telling Kade the baby wasn't his?? That really blew my mind. Felix lies went on for far too long before finally confessing the truth. And I really dislike the situation of the pregnant party not telling the father that they're pregnant. Maybe the father wasn't ready to b The only reason I'm giving this book such a low rating is that it was TOO LONG! Normally I wouldn't mind the length as long as I'm engaged enough in the story, but I was just too pissed at Felix for all his lies & stupidity! And telling Kade the baby wasn't his?? That really blew my mind. Felix lies went on for far too long before finally confessing the truth. And I really dislike the situation of the pregnant party not telling the father that they're pregnant. Maybe the father wasn't ready to be a dad, but the carrier parent should NEVER make that decision for them. It's just wrong & it bothers me. A father should always have a right to see his children. Plus if Felix really loved Kade, how could he keep hurting him like that? No one deserves that.

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