Own To Obey

Own To Obey

by Zoey Ellis

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BN ID: 2940161334706
Publisher: Quill Ink Books Limited
Publication date: 02/06/2019
Series: Myth of Omega , #7
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 69,232
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Zoey Ellis is a Dark Fantasy Romance author currently working on completing her M/F Omegaverse Romance series, Myth of Omega. She writes dark-edged romances about tortured, possessive, alpha anti-heroes and the sassy heroines who belong to them (even if they don't want to!). Filled with passionate, carnal steam, Zoey's stories feature couples that go through tough journeys and make mistakes but ultimately have to grow for each other to survive the dark worlds they inhabit.

Described as 'deliciously dark' and 'unputdownable', Zoey's thrilling, fantastical romances come complete with roller-coaster twists and turns, unique worlds, and happy endings.
Zoey is a Londoner, cat mama, and proud romance and epic fantasy addict. She loves jealous/possessive heroes, sexual tension that jumps off the page, and memorable, magical worlds. She reads most genres of romance and has a special love for the 'true mates' trope and dark angst.

When not working on her stories, she is usually gaming, buddying reading with friends or stumbling upon new and ridiculous ways to mess up a date!

She offers exclusive news, bonuses, and giveaways to her reader's group, Dark Halos; sign up at the back of her books to join.

Snoop around Zoey's online home for her favorite reads, release news, and bonus media about her fantasy worlds: www.zoeyellis.com

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Own To Obey 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
AnnieBGood 7 days ago
I loved this book!! I loved the shinno and Shaya. I felt that Shaya was at times too hesitant to embrace her situation but given the fact that she does not know the language *and* unlike her sisters was not trained to be a spy, this was a different flavor of novel as was a Drocco/Caitlin and Malloron/Amara. I greatly enjoyed the battle of wits between those couples as the alphas were constantly being thwarted from exerting their will on their omegas because of the latter’s craftiness. I enjoyed the push/pull of that dynamic so I did like their stories a smidge better. I did enjoy Shaya and her careful attention to her very curly hair (reminded me of me lol) and the dominance of the shinno. I found the worldbuilding amazing. Zoey Ellis has done it again by creating a completely different world that’s focused on the sea. The shinno as usual with Alphas did not make clear his intentions and misunderstandings ensue but what a cliffhanger! I cannot wait for the next installment to see how the tables turn... I received an advanced reader copy of this book to review.
BossAngel 11 days ago
This is the first part of the alpha Kardos and the omega Shaya dark romance. Shaya volunteers to be taken by Kardos to the Southern Isles instead of her sister. On the sea voyage home, Kardos trains Shaya on their traditions and what is expected of her. She starts to fall for him until she finds out that he going to give her to his High Chief and others. This story is full of angst, dark romance and betrayal. If you don't like to read BDSM such as punishments when you don't behave as you alpha demands then avoid this book, but if you do prepare to be titillated and seduced as you read another enjoyable dark romance.
Jenn2018 11 days ago
This is my first book in the Omegaverse series and boy it sucks you in! You don't need to have read the others, you get a feel for Kardo's world, and it's a dark one...not is a bad way. Their methods and desires are on the darker side, but you can see how much he cares for Shaya and how it kills him to think someone else might possess her. This has intrigue, grit, passion, lust, but is also at heart a love story!
Kaye_Gunter 11 days ago
ONE DARK DELIGHT!!! OMG! Talk about hitting the ground running. This is one action packed, fast paced, hard hitting, nailbiting, pulse racing, heart pounding, thrilling, page turning delight that will rock your world. All the twists and turns, ups and downs, really makes this bad boy an enjoyable experience. Zoey holds nothing back and takes no prisoners in this dramatic, suspense filled, dangerous and highly addictive storyline that pulls you in so deep that everything else ceases to exist. The characters are realistic and believable with such depth it's easy to become part of the tale instead of on the sidelines watching. You feel everything the characters feel, be it loss, fear, heartache, sadness, excitement or dread. The scenes are so graphic and detailed it's easy to picture each scenario as it plays off one another in perfect balance. Her imagination is astounding and with an eye to detail that really shows just how talented and gifted an author she is. I'm not sure what she uses for inspiration but I have a feeling that this is just the tip of the iceberg with endless possibilities she's capable of displaying to the max for her readers. Its no wonder she's one of my favorite authors. Zoey did a phenomenal job bringing this read to life flawlessly. Fantastic job Zoey, thanks for sharing this awesome read with us.
RoseyLovesBooks 14 days ago
Alpha Prince Kardos negotiated for a rare Omega and got the beautiful Shaya. Shaya is to be a gift to the high chief who will assign her a mate so Kardos has to stop thinking of Shaya as his Omega. Shaya is not his, no matter how much it felt that way. Omega Katashaya volunteered to go with the handsome Kardos in place of her sister Kyus. During the long voyage to Kardos' home, Shaya starts developing feelings for him and she believes the feeling's mutual. What happens when Shaya finds out her fate? Own To Obey is a dark, intriguing and steamy story that will draw you in. I can't wait to read Book 8 of the Myth of Omega series.
Tiff_S 16 days ago
The Myth of Omega series is made up of individual trilogies that are all closely related. Each trilogy follows a different couple. The trilogies can be read as standalones but I would recommend starting with book one and reading them in order. For one, they are fantastic. But also, couples from previous trilogies are mentioned in later ones, and it also helps to get a better understanding of the Omegaverse. Book seven starts the trilogy of Shaya and Kardos. We are introduced to them in book six, Amara and Malloron's story. This one is a little different than the previous stories. The entire book, until right at the very end, takes place on a ship (instead of a castle) as they travel to the Southern Lands. There is also not as much verbal communication between the couple as Kardos refuses to speak in Shaya's native tongue. He wants her to learn his and wants her to learn it by exposure and figuring things out on her own. However, she is only allowed interaction with one woman, Treska. Luckily she has Treska. I love her. She is Shaya's saving grace. Kardos is similar to Drocco and Malloron in that you want to hate him for his alpha barbaric thoughts and ways he treats Shaya. But, at the same time, he gives glimpses of someone who cares for and is developing feelings for her. Also, knowing what could be Shaya's fate, you can't help but root for these two to come together. Shaya is tough. In some ways, she grew up somewhat sheltered. What she is experiencing is new and frightening, but she doesn't let it get her down though. The chemistry between these two is sizzling. There is one heck of a cliffhanger at the end. It's going to be hard waiting to find out what happens next. *I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. This is my honest review.*
Ana94 17 days ago
When I started reading I couldn't put it down.Zoey Ellis is magnifysent and amazing writer.I cannot wait to read more of there books.Keep up the great work.You should definitely read this book.Can't wait for the next book.
Anonymous 17 days ago
I received an advanced reader copy of this book to review. I was so excited to read Own to Obey, and it did not disappoint. Zoey Ellis has done an amazing job making each alpha in her stories a different personality, while still adhering to the normal alpha tendencies that I love. She also scratched the surface of an entirely new culture that I can't wait for her to explore in the next book. I read the entire story in one sitting, and it was SO SO SO worth it. HOLY CLIFFHANGER though, so now I'll be eagerly awaiting the next installment. If you like overbearing alphas, I would definitely give this one a read.
Anonymous 17 days ago
MyOhMy. Wow! Words cannot do justice to this newest book in Zoey Ellis’s Omegaverse. You’ve been warned: this is very dark—if you have triggers this is not the story for you. That being said it was amazing. This is the third trilogy in the series and it does stand alone. You won’t want to miss the first two trilogies but this is a new couple, in a new land with a new dynamic. Shaya is an Omega who has been living in plain sight. She seems soft and gentle but has a backbone of steel and is stronger than even she knows. Kardos is a tribal leader in a brutal and ferocious land. He is determined to return Shaya to his land and earn the recognition he deserves. But Shaya is too soft and gentle for his homeland so he’ll have to break her, even though she is everything he could ever want. Major cliffhanger but worth every dark, dramatic second of reading, this is a page turner and I’m now eagerly awaiting the next book in the trilogy. Sit down with plenty of time but you’ll be at the end before you know it. The story lures you in, then grabs you and doesn’t let up for an instant. Tightly written, intense and moving, you’ll be hoping for help for Shaya and want to beat Kardos even as you see him changing. You’ll realize that they are just what the other needs as they learn and grow. Yes it’s dark but one of the things I love the most about Zoey Ellis’s characters is they are true to themselves. They truly believe they are in the right and you can understand their motivation based on what you know of them. It’s also nice to see them change and grow, learning from each other as time goes on. Hurry and write faster, I need book 2 NOW! (I voluntarily reviewed an ARC).