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Publisher Description

He will make her choose – and take her anyway


The unknown fate of his Omega sends Drocco into unfamiliar emotional territory. Uncertain if their connection can ever be repaired, he sets himself on a collision course to fulfill his vow as Emperor, knowing he may lose Cailyn in all the ways that truly matter if he succeeds.


Her determination to have the truth laid bare has cost her deeply; the protection of her Omega sisters and the Alpha who would have once died for her. Without knowing how to tame him, the fierce warrior who comes for her could become a man she is unable to recognize... and everything she had once considered for her future, would be lost.

Crave to Claim is the third installment in the Myth of Omega serial, a dark, erotic, Omegaverse romance. This book concludes Drocco and Cailyn’s story. If dominant Alpha anti-heroes, sassy Omega heroines, epic fantasy worlds and captive romances are your thing, start with Crave To Conquer (Book 1).

The series includes situations and romance of a dark nature. Some aspects of this story may be sensitive to some readers. For ages 18 and over.

May 23
Zoey Ellis
Quill Ink Books Limited

Customer Reviews

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Wow! Just Wow! Awesome conclusion to the trilogy

WOW! Just Wow! Finally we have Drocco and Cailyn's HEA.

While you could read this book alone, why would you want to? The first two books set the scene and carry the story through to this point. Both Drocco and Cailyn continue to learn a lot about themselves and each other and how their relationship can work. They also discover a lot more potential than either ever thought was possible. This is a fascinating story of two people with totally opposite beliefs with a lot of preconceived ideas of what "should" happen without any real idea of what "could" happen. They both have to find a new normal and it requires both of them to make concessions and deal with a lot of new ideas and to learn to trust each other because their usual behavior won't work in their new situation. This story wasn't as dark as the previous two and we see both of them learning and compromising to find a better life for themselves and their people. There will be another book so the story continues and although I hate to say goodbye to these two, at least they got a great happily ever after. (I voluntarily reviewed an ARC).

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