Release Date-September 1st 2016
Genre-Dark Dystopian Romance
Kindle Edition-302 pages
There is a greater threat than the virus.
Locked safely away in Shepherd’s nest, Claire is unaware of what stirs above ground. Her time is occupied fighting a war of another kind. Due to her mate’s relentless exploitation of their pair-bond, the nature of their link has grown consuming to the point that Claire has difficulty differentiating where her feelings begin and his end.
Under its influence, she’s forced to sense the man behind the monster. She can feel the truth of his terrible history. Claire can see the source of madness that drives Shepherd to do such terrible things: Svana.
His mate is desperate to open his eyes, but no matter Claire’s progress, Svana is not yet done with him.
Thólos is coming apart at the seams, and Shepherd’s men can do nothing to stop it. A real war is coming, and unless the Alpha tyrant is willing to pay the ultimate price, everything he has sacrificed will have been for nothing.
Reborn, the final instalment in Addison Cain’s bestselling Alpha’s Claim trilogy, is a dark Omegaverse tale with explicit sexual themes and complete power exchange. This is not your typical romance with an HEA. If such material offends you, please do not purchase
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
How to summarize Reborn to adequately express in my opinion how amazingly well written and addictive this story was, expressing myself without giving away any spoilers, that would ruin it for others is not an easy feat, but here goes, this third installment in the alpha’s claim series was beautifully heartbreaking but was also the most romantic in terms of emotions and feelings. The love between our two main characters Claire the omega and Shepherd the Alpha actually shone from the pages you didn’t need the words from Claire to know she loved shepherd even if she had a hard time admitting it to herself. Shepherd well I feel from reborn the main thing that came across was his immense need to experience real love, something he has never really had defiantly not from his psychotic ex lover, he just wants Claire to love him he has realised and regrets past actions but genially believes, if wrongly, he did them out of love to keep his mate safe . questions are answered and actions are explained everything is running so smoothly then, and this is the part I struggled with absolute tragic MAYHEM!!!! What I hated most about this story is actually what made it so epic and makes Addison Cain such a good writer, you can never imagine what is coming round the corner, a total train wreck of a storyline . I hoped, I prayed and I bawled my eyes out ,and believe me getting me to cry is a feat in itself, I have the emotional range of a teaspoon usually and very few books make me cry well this did i was absolutely gutted . My heart was in my throat till the final words luckily I was left with a profound sense of hope that I am clinging to. A brilliant piece of fiction that I really enjoyed.