Audiobook Review: Obsession (Feral, #1). ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Obsession by Nora Ash

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I never wanted a mate. 

Until I was put in chains. 

Strapped down. 

And claimed.

I always believed I could analyze any situation until I found a solution. Solve any problem if I just applied my brain. 

I went to university, studied science and told myself my academic cocoon would protect me from the alphas dominating our society. 

I was wrong. 


No textbook prepared me for my meeting with test subject 351. 

The biggest, scariest alpha on death row, hauled into my lab to uncover how to control the beast of a man. How to make him submit. 

Mold him into a weapon. 


But there is no controlling the feral alpha, and no logic strong enough to save my mind once he unleashes his fury on my body. 

Once he claims me. 

Obsession is the first book in Nora Ash’s second suspense-filled Omegaverse serial, Feral.


Short and Smutty!

This was a bit of an odd one for me. It was like Lora Leigh’s Breeds series with most of the story cut out of it. It takes place in an Omegaverse, and this is my first book about that. Alpha’s dominate society and Lillian is submissive and a bit afraid of them due to something that happened in her childhood. So she dedicated herself to being a scientist.

She is hired by a company that works for the government and it turns out they are running experiments on humans. Those humans are Alpha males that were on death row who volunteered to get out of their sentence. They are given a drug that turns them into Feral Alphas, that are barely human. They would make perfect super-soldiers, except the fact that the scientists have no way to control them when they are on the drugs.

So the men in charge think that mating the feral alpha’s will get them under control. Because once they have a mate, the scientists can hold the mate and force them to comply. When Lillian discovers how they are mistreating the people they are studying, she is determined to free one of them, called #351, whom she has some sort of affinity for.

The book was told solely from Lillian’s point of view and the narration was good. I enjoyed the woman’s voice and 351 didn’t do much more than grunt and growl so there was no issues having only a female narrator. The book is only about 118 pages, so the audio was really quick, it was on sale so I didn’t notice it was so short, but if you are in the mood for something short and dirty, this will do the trick!


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