Rogue (The Omega Group) (Book 2)

Rogue (The Omega Group) (Book 2)

by Andrea Domanski

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The Omega Group has one purpose: to save mankind from preternatural and supernatural threats. After all, it takes one to know one, right?

Being sent home to investigate a rash of unusual events at the Grand Canyon is a mission Carter Mockta would really like to avoid. He's worked long and hard to forget his past and the reasons why he first joined the Omega Group. Unfortunately, missing people, tourists losing time, and unexplained auras are problems that can't be ignored.

Thrust into the middle of a tribal war that began over a thousand years ago when a God granted a single wish, Carter and his team must put an end to the vicious feud and scramble to survive as the ancient past, troubled present, and not-so-distant future collide.

The Grand Canyon holds many secrets, but one of them is far more sinister than anyone knows.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157178253
Publisher: Andrea Domanski
Publication date: 01/25/2017
Series: The Omega Group , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 267
Sales rank: 694,342
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Born and raised near Toronto, Canada, Andrea Domanski moved south to get away from the snow and cold when she was 24 years old. She now lives in Savannah, Georgia with her husband Mark, their two children, and their goldendoodle.

After selling her business in 2012, Andrea focused her energies on raising her two children and finding a new career path that excited her. It wasn’t long before she decided that writing a novel—something she’d always wanted to do—would be her next big adventure.

Andrea is a member of the WorldWiseWriters group and is currently working on the next book in her Omega Group series.

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Rogue 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gaby_A More than 1 year ago
I didn't know what to expect when I started reading Rogue by Andrea Domansky and I was pleasantly surprised! I was given a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. It's a well written, easy to read book full of action. I enjoyed reading it and the author has an elegant writing style without any pompous words. I really liked how the native American tribes are depicted in this story. The prologue is a great introduction chapter in the history of the two main tribes: Havasupia and Yavapai. The plot is complex and interesting. I found myself not being able to put the book down, always curious to see what happens next. Carter is a great and strong character, similarly like the others from the Omega Group. They all have their own powers and strengths and together they make the perfect team able to tackle anything. Carter is really not looking forward to coming back home for this mission, he knows many problems will emerge and he will have to deal with them. I like how the author digs into the past bit by bit offering more insight into Carter's life. This story has it all: action, love, secret missions, government agencies, tribes and wolf and bear shifters; a great mix designed to make you lose yourself in this fascinating world. It reminded me of the TV series Lost girl. I think the book can be successfully transformed into a movie or even series. If you want to immerse yourself into a fascinating world and empathize with strong and likeable characters I highly recommend this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I''ve got to say, this is the third book I've read by Andrea Domanski (all a part of the Omega series) and this is my favorite so far. I love her characters! Carter is hampered by his past, but remains a kind and dedicated man despite (because of?) his history. Though he tries to keep people from getting too close, I felt I learned so much about him! The action-packed speed of this book made it a fun read as well. An unknown villain, a lot of ancient anger and hurt, and a strong core of friendship within the Omega group create a gripping and entertaining tale. My daughter, who is also a Domanski fan, read the book in two days and says it's one of her favorites. It's nice to be able to let my daughter read a book knowing she'll come across strong characters, both male and female. It's not necessary to read the other books in this series first, to get a handle on the storyline, but I highly suggest you do-- not just for more details, but because they are so enjoyable! I recommend this book to anyone who likes magic, mayhem, preternaturals, and action.
Jhnellorx More than 1 year ago
I was given a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. Rogue, Book 2 of The Omega Group Series, deals with the concept of an Avengers-type of policing body. The story really began over a millennium and a half before the present day setting, with Ahiga and the rest of the Havasupai tribe and their conflict with the rival Yavapai tribe. From this setting I enjoyed the representation of the tribes and how they were described: brave, proud and willing to go to great lengths to protect their own. As a fan of ancient cultures in general, this was a big plus for me - and by the author’s rendition of events relating to these tribes, I can see that the topic was well-researched and studied. Carter Mockta, present day blood member (but estranged) of the Havasupai tribe, and his purpose with the Omega Group along with Han and Jackie were soon introduced in the following chapters. Enroute to the Grand Canyon to investigate strange anomalies, we get a glimpse of a “super soldier” testing program that was being conducted there. However, before they could even get to their destination, we already see some major action in the book. I found this to be consistent throughout the chapters, never lacking in action or excitement. Definitely a great way to keep the story at a good pace. Carter is made out to be a spectacular character, relatable yet a true superhero. His uncomfortable reconciliation with his family and his past brought about a wide range of emotions, mainly due to his past relationship with Gina. Mirissa, whom we met in the first book Crossfire makes appearances in this book as well. Steeped in ancient culture, full of superhero-type of characters, intense conflict and characters to love and hate - Rogue was one breathtaking book to read!
Glo400 More than 1 year ago
I was given a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. Disclaimer: I did not read the previous books in the series before reading this one. I found this book to be immensely enjoyable. It was very interesting to get immersed in the world of this supernatural cast of characters. From the very prologue you are pulled into this action packed and thrilling setting. The actual writing is descriptive and compelling. It was a very difficult book to put down if I am honest. The characters are deep and they come to life on the very pages. This is a book for an active imagination and a challenge for thoughtful readers and readers who like a bit of mystery. There is a twist with this book and some mystery to it, along with the deep characters, (and some very strong female characters too) that keeps you turning the pages. The main character Carter is a likeable character who is easy to relate to. There is some romance but thankfully it doesn't overshadow the plot or dampen the action in any way. There was also some humour in the book which was good to see, so many authors these days omit it because they imagine it lessens the drama, but this is definitely not true. I am looking forward to reading the other books from this author. I would recommend this book and the series for any teenagers/young adults, who crave action, drama, and mystery. I will be keeping a look out for Domanski's future writings and will recommend to a friend.
1949JD More than 1 year ago
Rogue The Omega Group Series Book 2 by Andrea Domanski        Carter Mockta is on his way home with his Omega team and knows that the mission is first but that his return will probable start a lot of problems.  Once landed Carter and the Omega group is caught up in a mystery that is taking both the Havasupai tribe and the Yavapai tribe into a war.  People are missing then some turning up days later with no memory of what is going on.  Who is kidnapping the people and trying to start a war.  On the one hand the Havasupai have a history of wolf shifting and now there is rumor that the Yavapai have bear shifters.  This is dangerous.  One lone park ranger seems to hold the key and is trying to investigate on her own.  One government general with a secret base up in the Park Mountains says he will help, or is he just providing a smoke screen to something more dangerous?  Carter’s Omega group finally get a look at the man that they have depended on to have their back and what they find will open up even another mystery in the canyon area.  Join Carter and Mirissa on another mission to find out who really has gone rogue.   Fast action and lots of paranormal activity will keep your imagination on fast speed.  You will not want to stop reading and once done you will be anxious to see what happens next to the Omega Group.