December

December Review

In a desperate bid to find relief from a mysterious illness, December steals from the most dangerous crime syndicate in the city. Her botched burglary attempt leaves her at the mercy of the Bratva and its leader Nikolai Petrovski, and after an incident with one of his men lands her in the hospital, the horrible truth is revealed.

Nikolai wants to punish the tiny female who wreaked havoc in his holding pens, but after catching the scent of the girl his enforcer almost strangled to death, instinct prompts him to alter his course. When doctors confirm what was believed to be a sickly beta woman is actually a chemically sterilized omega, a plan to secure himself an heir becomes his first priority.

When December awakes, it is Nikolai himself who breaks the devastating news. The faulty device that the state implanted in her when it deemed her unworthy of breeding has been removed, and she will soon experience her first true heat as an omega. December owed a debt, and she'd pay with her body, or her life.

But what would happen when the alpha Nikolai discovered just how valuable a prize he'd caught? Would he honor the terms of their arrangement once he realized she was one of “The Sacred Omegas”?

This is a Dark Omegaverse Fantasy Novel. Omegaverse often features themes of noncon, dubcon, power exchange, and more. If you enjoy these tropes, please continue. If you don't, this book may not be for you.

*****WARNING*****
This book is set in a world where criminal regimes reign. There will be strong language, violence, and scenes of assault that may trigger some readers. You may cringe, you may cry, you may rage, but I promise, if you can bear to fight through that darkness, light and a HEA wait for you on the other side. PROCEED WITH CAUTION. You have been warned.

Title:December
Edition Language:English

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    December Reviews

  • Meredith

    Edit: I'm upping this to five stars because I'm already having the urge to reread it. I don't always feel like rereading books. Idk something about this story really calls to me; I love it. 4.25 stars...

  • Louise H  -  ? Life in the Book Lane Reviews ?

    This is one amazing debut novelCalling all M/f omegaverse lovers! The Sacred Omegas - December is an absolutely fantastic story and one you really should read. The majority of the plot is set within a...

  • Puss'N'Books

    Reviewed by PussnBooks.netPuss'n'Books, reviewing the darkest, most erotic and taboo books we can findI loved this book! Yes, I may be a little biased due to Omegaverse being my favourite genre but it...

  • BJ

    Wow! This is great writing, triggers will make this unsuitable for some. She is a survivor, tough, adaptable but doesn't know that she is also special. He's a typical Alpha, hard, and absolutely smitt...

  • Courtney Green

    I Received this Book from Author for Honest Review.This is an Omegaverse, if you don’t know what it is, please take the time to look it up before you judge this book. It may not be everyone’s cup ...

  • E.J. Frost

    Devoured in a day - unique addition to the Omegaverse.Omegaverse plus Mafia? Sign me up. This was a fresh take on the Omegaverse, with a well-developed world that felt both familiar and alien. Decembe...

  • Badh

    It's not often that a freshman author hits it out of the park like Merel Pierce did. She took the Omegaverse and made it her own, and made it work within her own framework. I think that she did a real...

  • Maddy

    4.5 stars.Enjoyable read in the omegaverse. Well written, in a similar vein to Addison Cain (where the Alphas are brutal folks and the poor heroine is brutalised and abused horrifically (not by the an...

  • Leann Ryans

    Awesome combination of a mafia story and Omegaverse. Love Nikolai! Story is very graphic so be prepared because the author doesn’t spare any details about her abuse....

  • Covertly Curated

    Wow. So, so good. Be forewarned: (view spoiler)[ the heroine experiences repeated rape and abuse by a group of violent alphas, but the author mercifully doesn't spend a gratuitous amount of pages devo...