Ragnarök Rising (The Omega Prophecy #1)
Five possessive gods and the end of mankind. That’s my fate.I always thought the end of the world was a myth. But then, I also thought Norse gods were make believe too.They’re not.Five of them are coming for me. They claim I will only survive if I surrender to them, body and soul.But they don’t realize it’s about so much more than carnal servitude. I am so much more than they could ever suspect. So much more than even I knew.I am the only one who can stop Ragnarök from covering the world in ice and darkness. The only one who can save gods and men alike from annihilation.And in the shadows lurks betrayal so deep it will change the fate of the world…

Ragnarök Rising (The Omega Prophecy #1) Details

TitleRagnarök Rising (The Omega Prophecy #1)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 1st, 1970
Rating
GenreParanormal, Omegaverse, Fantasy, Romance, Polyamorous, Reverse Harem, Paranormal Romance, Adult Fiction, Erotica, Magic

Ragnarök Rising (The Omega Prophecy #1) Review

  • Ex Libris
    January 1, 1970
    Nora Ash new series! EXCITED!!!I love Nora's writing style. It is the perfect balance of adventure and steamy!Our leading lady Annabel, thinking she's just your average everyday human (beta model) heads off on an awfully big adventure to visit family friends in Iceland. Things come undone pretty quickly once Annabel discovers that not only are these 'family friends' not your average Icelandic Farmers, but they are actually a trio of Alpha 'Godlings' sired by none other than Loki the Trickster go Nora Ash new series! EXCITED!!!I love Nora's writing style. It is the perfect balance of adventure and steamy!Our leading lady Annabel, thinking she's just your average everyday human (beta model) heads off on an awfully big adventure to visit family friends in Iceland. Things come undone pretty quickly once Annabel discovers that not only are these 'family friends' not your average Icelandic Farmers, but they are actually a trio of Alpha 'Godlings' sired by none other than Loki the Trickster god himself. Without giving too much away, Annabel soon discovers that she is not only NOT a beta, but she is in fact an Omega, fated to be the bonded mate of the three Alpha sons of Loki, plus a couple of extra Godlings thrown in in the form of two Alpha sons of Thor (yes that's right, God of Thunder). I can hear you thinking "Five Alphas" surely not! Surely yes!!! *fans self*We are given a wild ride for the first couple of bondings! Magni (son of Thor) and Saga (son of Loki) both manage the initial mating with our reluctant little Omega Annabel. The scenes are explosive and well written, as we have come to expect from this author, and we can feel the reluctant submission of our Omega in every paragraph as the steam factor heats up and rises from the pages to surround us with its lusty fragrance. *exhales*If you love mythical adventure with a hefty amount of sassy Omega and dominant Alphas thrown in, then you are going to love this new series! I can't wait for book 2, Weaving Fate! I gave this one five stars!!!
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  • Ciru
    January 1, 1970
    3 out of 5 stars rating.This is my first time reading a female oriented omega verse. I did not know they existed. That being said, trigger warning of dubious consent for many of the sex scenes in the book. The story also ends in a cliff hanger.Magni was asshole number 1, followed by Saga. In the scale of my least favourite of Annabel's mates, this is followed by Grim, who really wasn't bad to her, if anything he was the one most against taking her without her consent, but his asshole indifferenc 3 out of 5 stars rating.This is my first time reading a female oriented omega verse. I did not know they existed. That being said, trigger warning of dubious consent for many of the sex scenes in the book. The story also ends in a cliff hanger.Magni was asshole number 1, followed by Saga. In the scale of my least favourite of Annabel's mates, this is followed by Grim, who really wasn't bad to her, if anything he was the one most against taking her without her consent, but his asshole indifference annoyed me. Bjarni so far was my best mate character. The last one, I won't even spoil it for you, read to find out.I enjoyed the insults in the book when the guys were initially fighting for Anna. I know there was a yo mama joke (or was it yo father joke) and someone was also called a thundercunt, which made me laugh. I have to say, as the Marvel movies are mentioned in the book, I was like Anna, imagining Marvel's Thor and Loki as the dads of these misfits. I also enjoyed the Norse mythology in the book, again, most of the times I was just picturing the Marvel book when bifrost was mentioned or even for the description of Asgard.The quest that we have in the story was too long. All the guys have daddy issues. I honestly felt like hitting Magni+Saga over the head when continually they were forcing issues on Anna with the premise of you're-our-mate-and-you'll-like-it. Due to this aspect, I don't think I will be going on with book two. It was an okay start to the series.
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  • KIRSTY
    January 1, 1970
    You can expect the usual alpha omagaverse that Nora Ash is known for. When I read the description I was like, Thor-like over the top alpha males, strong-willed female, polyamorous....looooove.... So engrossing. I do have to say there were a number of typos. If you're like me and find typos take you out of the story- then just be aware. With lesser authors and books I usually instantly stop reading. I was able to overlook though as I felt the story was so good. Hate to knit-pick, but another thin You can expect the usual alpha omagaverse that Nora Ash is known for. When I read the description I was like, Thor-like over the top alpha males, strong-willed female, polyamorous....looooove.... So engrossing. I do have to say there were a number of typos. If you're like me and find typos take you out of the story- then just be aware. With lesser authors and books I usually instantly stop reading. I was able to overlook though as I felt the story was so good. Hate to knit-pick, but another thing that disappointed me was that there was so many POVs. I enjoy reading from the lead female and am OK with the occasional line or two from the male but there was too many in this one for my liking. I have come to expect and enjoy the 'romantic' parts (to get my review approved I'm trying to choose my words carefully) but let's say eggplant and taco parts from the female's POV.....anyway, I was disappointed where a lot of it was in the POV of the males during these parts and for me....that was disappointing as that's what gets me 'into it'. one scene in particular which would have been amazeballs if it was from the female's POV....oh well. Just me. I hate that it ended on the dreaded cliff-hanger, but I am so invested in the story and characters I can't wait!
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  • Mandy
    January 1, 1970
    Personally, a jealous / possessive hero is my favorite type of hero and I therefore enjoy reading Omegaverse as it is (usually) the norm for this genre. This is however the first time I read a RH (Reverse Harem) Omegaverse book and I was a bit sceptical how it would work and if there would still be that element of possessiveness, but the author managed pull it off very well and I loved it.First, we are introduced to Annabel, the human heroine, who suddenly must accept that she is destined to hav Personally, a jealous / possessive hero is my favorite type of hero and I therefore enjoy reading Omegaverse as it is (usually) the norm for this genre. This is however the first time I read a RH (Reverse Harem) Omegaverse book and I was a bit sceptical how it would work and if there would still be that element of possessiveness, but the author managed pull it off very well and I loved it.First, we are introduced to Annabel, the human heroine, who suddenly must accept that she is destined to have 5 mates AND has to help prevent the end of the world/s and everyone in it when all she wants to do is continue with her studies. The heroes (Saga, Bjarni, Grim, Magni and Modi) are the sons of Loki and Thor and all come across as alpha-holes, with the exception of Bjarni, and I found myself first rooting for one and then changing my mind and rooting for the other – you will see exactly what I mean once you read the book. I must add that although Modi is mentioned in this book, he has not yet made an appearance and without giving away too much – I can’t wait to read more about Grim.Ragnarök Rising is the start of a new trilogy, written from a multiple pov with an easy flow to it and has good steamy scenes. I consider this book to be a fast burn because things do get heated quite quickly, but then it cools off only to end on a HOLY HOTNESS level once again. It contains magic with large alphas (everywhere ladies) and there is forced seduction to a degree -- “no, but yes please”. I really recommend you give it a read if you enjoy a well-written Omegaverse with a bit of a twist. However, please be aware that it does end in a cliffhanger and as I write this review, I will be anxiously waiting to hear when the next book releases.I received an ARC of this book and this is my honest review
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  • Alisha Utesch
    January 1, 1970
    This was a great reverse harem read with so much adventure, mystery, suspense, and so much steam! I was glued to the pages, wondering what twist would happen next. It was utterly captivating! Nora Ash is a wonderful writer and knows how to capture an audience! Highly addictive! Can't wait for the next one, give it to me!!!!!I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Kay
    January 1, 1970
    This review may contain mild spoilers, and it definitely contains adult language. But if you're about to read Ragnarök Rising, then you better get used to smut.Since I don't leave negative reviews, especially on books that I barely finish reading, this review of mine is more along the lines of "please, explain things to me", rather than "hey, here's my useless rant about why I disliked the book".So here goes: I have no idea what this book was about or what its purpose was. Was it supposed to be This review may contain mild spoilers, and it definitely contains adult language. But if you're about to read Ragnarök Rising, then you better get used to smut.Since I don't leave negative reviews, especially on books that I barely finish reading, this review of mine is more along the lines of "please, explain things to me", rather than "hey, here's my useless rant about why I disliked the book".So here goes: I have no idea what this book was about or what its purpose was. Was it supposed to be romance? Erotica? Mythological? Just very smutty and supposedly 'hot'? Or just omegaverse? And what, exactly, is this omegaverse - is it just about the alpha/beta/omega hierarchy and penis knots? Omegas being dominated, yet revered? Omegas saving the world? Dominating from a submissive position? The sex scenes in this book borderlined hentai type of grossness/sillyness with gaping vaginas and flowing rivers of lady liquids, coupled with rapey vibes, because "me Alpha, you Omega, me give big cock and you take big cock, or two..". I get that the men are meant to be dominant, but are they also supposed to be so, well, rapey? And is this also typical of omegaverse? While I don't mind dominant alpha males and all that, I just felt that in this particular book, the male characters weren't all that dominant - they seemed like surly little boys who lacked the intelligence to outwit or charm a woman, so they relied on hormones (aka Annabel's heat, her body's natural responses, etc.) to get the job done. And eventually, when love and romance are mentioned or hinted at, it all seems hollow and forced, just to placate the readers that might not be totally into gushing semen filled vajayjays.And I still have no clue what type of a man Saga is supposed to be. (Also, Saga is a woman's name in, at least, Sweden and Finland, which is confusing.) One of the Loki brothers is the funny one, and the other is the grim one (aka Grim, who hates everything, but who will probably fall riiiight in love with Anna just like the rest), but what about Saga? His personality is a bit all over the place. Oh and, what is with the references to Marvel and Chris Hemsworth? Is this book trying to be serious or silly/humorous? But like I said.. Not trying to be negative here. Just asking!
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  • Vicki
    January 1, 1970
    I really enjoyed the Omegaverse aspect of this book - I find that theme super hot (though I know it is not to some peoples' tastes) and it was hot in this book too, though the book is more story than sex, so no need to worry about lack of substance. For some reason in this book I found myself more interested in the story taking place in the beginning - when the heroine is just meeting some of the potential harem members at their farm in Iceland. Each of those brothers were intriguing and I am a I really enjoyed the Omegaverse aspect of this book - I find that theme super hot (though I know it is not to some peoples' tastes) and it was hot in this book too, though the book is more story than sex, so no need to worry about lack of substance. For some reason in this book I found myself more interested in the story taking place in the beginning - when the heroine is just meeting some of the potential harem members at their farm in Iceland. Each of those brothers were intriguing and I am a sucker for the grumpy, broody ones so I took a shine to Grim right away. Even though I knew going into this that the book was really about gods and mythology and Ragnarok, etc., my interest wasn't as high the more it delved into those things. I do like all of those things so I suspect it was more about my mood at the time of reading than anything else. The writing is good and I liked how much of the mythology was incorporated - not too much, and with its own spin. I am definitely interested in what happens next, especially in watching the harem grow. I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free, unedited copy.
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  • Carol 27
    January 1, 1970
    This is a very entertaining paranormal romance featuring several gods and demi-gods of Norse mythology. In a time when Omegas are scarce, Annabel has had the luxury of gaining an education and enjoying her independence as a Beta. Never a fan of overbearing, insufferable Alphas, she’s therefore surprised by her strong attraction to the Lokissons brothers when she arrives in Iceland on vacation. The discovery that the secretive brothers have lured her to Iceland as the key to their survival of Rag This is a very entertaining paranormal romance featuring several gods and demi-gods of Norse mythology. In a time when Omegas are scarce, Annabel has had the luxury of gaining an education and enjoying her independence as a Beta. Never a fan of overbearing, insufferable Alphas, she’s therefore surprised by her strong attraction to the Lokissons brothers when she arrives in Iceland on vacation. The discovery that the secretive brothers have lured her to Iceland as the key to their survival of Ragnarök sets Annabel’s life on a path that’s full of danger and otherworldly adversaries. As she gains more knowledge of her role in the coming Ragnarök can she convince her Alphas to accept that there’s more to her beyond their inherent preconceptions? The story is very imaginative and well written with interesting and compelling characters. There’s plenty of drama, action and adventure, magic and mythology, betrayals and brutality, plus some snarky banter and humour. I’m looking forward to the next installment of this story.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving my review.
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  • SBee Reviews
    January 1, 1970
    ~Glorious God mayhem~Myths, magic, glorious Alphas who are pitted against each other. For many centuries, five demi-gods have been waiting the appearance of their fated mate. When Annabel Turner arrives in Iceland intending to delve into Norse history for her doctorate degree, she ends up running from her hosts, the Lokisson sons Saga, Bjarni and Grim right into the eye of a storm, thinking she was going to feature in a pagan sacrifice. Instead, the claiming of her as an Omega by five Alphas and ~Glorious God mayhem~Myths, magic, glorious Alphas who are pitted against each other. For many centuries, five demi-gods have been waiting the appearance of their fated mate. When Annabel Turner arrives in Iceland intending to delve into Norse history for her doctorate degree, she ends up running from her hosts, the Lokisson sons Saga, Bjarni and Grim right into the eye of a storm, thinking she was going to feature in a pagan sacrifice. Instead, the claiming of her as an Omega by five Alphas and its purposes are revealed to her…and revolve around her and her Alphas. But biting at everyone’s heels is the Ragnarök event, indicated already by the Fimbulwinter storm she almost perished in, if not for Magni and his claiming of her. So Annabel supposedly does have a choice, but a monumentally heavy one, to make for the greater good of all realms, it seems, and all three of Loki’s sons cannot wait to claim her. However, first they have to deal with Thor’s sons, Magni and Modi as well as other unforeseen forces, because this is one Omega female who is definitely worth fighting for.
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  • Hillary
    January 1, 1970
    Omegaverse + Viking Gods= some dominating fun with a little magical in-betweenMaybe it's the combinations of genres between RH romance, Norse mythology, and Omegaverse!! Who would have thought they could work together but it do. First of all this book fits firmly in the Omegaverse that Ms. Ash and others like Zoey Ellis write in (there is the classic Alpha/Omega dynamic and of course the "knot"). Usually, the author's books tend toward the darker part of the Omegaverse-domination aspect (Feral s Omegaverse + Viking Gods= some dominating fun with a little magical in-betweenMaybe it's the combinations of genres between RH romance, Norse mythology, and Omegaverse!! Who would have thought they could work together but it do. First of all this book fits firmly in the Omegaverse that Ms. Ash and others like Zoey Ellis write in (there is the classic Alpha/Omega dynamic and of course the "knot"). Usually, the author's books tend toward the darker part of the Omegaverse-domination aspect (Feral series, Alpha series), but this one didn't feel like that to me which was okay. I enjoyed this addition to her other books. Some may say she is giving in to the RH hype, but I think it fits in to the Omegaverse as wolves are pack animals so would for in this world easily. It is a very enjoyable read and I hope for more like it.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Nickole
    January 1, 1970
    Rcvd an advanced reader copy from the author for giving my two cents. Interesting reverse harem story involving the end of the world as we know it. We meet Annabel, who is 10 yrs late getting to Ireland at the request of her parents to stay with family friends. When she arrives tall norseman Sage greets her. Back at the family farm she meets brooding Grim and joyful Bjarni. Annabel is feeling off...shes sick with hot flashes and knows smtg is wrong. When she wakes up and finds the brothers in th Rcvd an advanced reader copy from the author for giving my two cents. Interesting reverse harem story involving the end of the world as we know it. We meet Annabel, who is 10 yrs late getting to Ireland at the request of her parents to stay with family friends. When she arrives tall norseman Sage greets her. Back at the family farm she meets brooding Grim and joyful Bjarni. Annabel is feeling off...shes sick with hot flashes and knows smtg is wrong. When she wakes up and finds the brothers in the barn planning smtg with her, she panics and takes off. In a snowstorm and lost, she is saved by a red haired man and thr next thing she knows shes in heat...actual heat and Magni will oblige the omega and Mark's her. When Magni takes her back, hell breaks loose and Sage Mark's her as well...well dayum. The prophecy is in motion and only annabel can save the world...even with men who cant stand the other. Drama, lies, betrayal and a fiesty woman makes an interesting journey.
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  • C. Erani Kole
    January 1, 1970
    This was... wow. I love norse mythology and it's always fun when people play with folklore and the end-of-the-world type things, but this, combined with Ash's amazing story-telling talent blew my mind. I'm currently in a reading funk and my reading experiences are usually half-way filled with irritation or critique if it isn't "perfect" but with this one, I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Ash writes intensely hot scenes that I totally felt in my stomach and I love those reactions. It's fun to get som This was... wow. I love norse mythology and it's always fun when people play with folklore and the end-of-the-world type things, but this, combined with Ash's amazing story-telling talent blew my mind. I'm currently in a reading funk and my reading experiences are usually half-way filled with irritation or critique if it isn't "perfect" but with this one, I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Ash writes intensely hot scenes that I totally felt in my stomach and I love those reactions. It's fun to get something out of reading a book, and I love that the characters were so different. They're real jerks, the guys, and I loved it, because it was just a breath of fresh air from what I've been getting so far.I wouldn't recommend this to people who don't like dubious content type things because, obviously, you wouldn't enjoy it. Otherwise I think those who like what's advertised about this baby will seriously find themselves enraptured. Recommended so hard!
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  • Ginger
    January 1, 1970
    I really enjoyed it. The Norse mythology, though not completely accurate, was engaging. The character are seemingly multifaceted and the intrigue behind who the baddie is sets up the next novels in a great way. I will say that the h’s reaction to finding out about Ragnarök was less than what I anticipated. Though, I imagine my reaction of “but what about all the cats? the horses? koalas?” wouldn’t be quite the normal response either. Seriously though, what about cats? Could we port all the anima I really enjoyed it. The Norse mythology, though not completely accurate, was engaging. The character are seemingly multifaceted and the intrigue behind who the baddie is sets up the next novels in a great way. I will say that the h’s reaction to finding out about Ragnarök was less than what I anticipated. Though, I imagine my reaction of “but what about all the cats? the horses? koalas?” wouldn’t be quite the normal response either. Seriously though, what about cats? Could we port all the animals into other realms? People are a blight upon the earth but sharks didn’t do anything to deserve this! Anyway. Easily a five star, however, I will as always be removing a star for the life or death cliffhanger. Cliffhangers are barely tolerable on their own but throw in a character’s possible death (regardless of how absurdly unlikely it is to occur) and I’m driven to near violence.
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  • Martha
    January 1, 1970
    I am voluntarily reviewing an advanced copy of this book. I am always looking forward to Norah's book releases and as always the wait was totally worth it. Ragnarok rising follows Annabel and her alphas as she discovers what it means to be an omega & how they could stop Ragnarok from destroying the world. The squabbling between the Lokissons and Magni had me laughing alot and made the book more enjoyable to read. Annabel's journey is nothing short of difficult but her gifts make their travel I am voluntarily reviewing an advanced copy of this book. I am always looking forward to Norah's book releases and as always the wait was totally worth it. Ragnarok rising follows Annabel and her alphas as she discovers what it means to be an omega & how they could stop Ragnarok from destroying the world. The squabbling between the Lokissons and Magni had me laughing alot and made the book more enjoyable to read. Annabel's journey is nothing short of difficult but her gifts make their travels easier. With a fiesty heroine like Annabel and her alphas, nothing is ever as it seems and they will stop at nothing to prevent the destruction of the world. As it is, book 2 couldn't come sooner. I am looking forward to more from the triology!
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  • Caroline Doig
    January 1, 1970
    This is book 1 to The Omega Prophecy and I loved it, I’m a big fan of Norse Mythology and this story has it in spades. 5 sexy alpha’s Bjarni, Grim, Magni, Modi and Saga are the sins of Norse gods and they are as arrogant as they are alpha’s they all fight over 1 woman. Annabel is human she is a kick a$$ and gets questions later kind of woman and she has 5 sexy alpha’s fighting over her, god help her how can she choose just one or does she?. I’m not going to get into spoilers but I will say that This is book 1 to The Omega Prophecy and I loved it, I’m a big fan of Norse Mythology and this story has it in spades. 5 sexy alpha’s Bjarni, Grim, Magni, Modi and Saga are the sins of Norse gods and they are as arrogant as they are alpha’s they all fight over 1 woman. Annabel is human she is a kick a$$ and gets questions later kind of woman and she has 5 sexy alpha’s fighting over her, god help her how can she choose just one or does she?. I’m not going to get into spoilers but I will say that there is plenty of action, adventure, danger, passion, hot sexy scenes and so much more to keep you entertained and turning the pages. A fantastic story and I highly recommend this book it’s definitely well worth the read.
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  • Marissa
    January 1, 1970
    I love this book! Although I don't know anything about Norse Mythology I really enjoyed this book and I can not wait for the continuation of series. We do not go into much depth of Bjarni and Grim as characters in this installment but I did start to like them, I like their complete opposite personality. I was afraid that the characters where just going to be just 5 carbon copies of each other but they seem well drawn out. I love Saga and Magni interacting, especially a certain healing session th I love this book! Although I don't know anything about Norse Mythology I really enjoyed this book and I can not wait for the continuation of series. We do not go into much depth of Bjarni and Grim as characters in this installment but I did start to like them, I like their complete opposite personality. I was afraid that the characters where just going to be just 5 carbon copies of each other but they seem well drawn out. I love Saga and Magni interacting, especially a certain healing session that goes awry. Sadly we do not see much of Modi, can't wait to see how he starts bossing around Annabelle thinking she is an easy girl to deal with.I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    Wait until these Viking demi-gods get their filthy hands on herI was surprised that there's a little bit of a playful aspect to the story. It's still dark and dirty but there are some lighter moments and some funny exchanges between Anabel and her mates that keep the story really fun to read. Her mates mean business but they still joke around or tease each other, but these moments of levity don't take away the overall feel to the story. If you're unfamiliar with this author, you should really re Wait until these Viking demi-gods get their filthy hands on herI was surprised that there's a little bit of a playful aspect to the story. It's still dark and dirty but there are some lighter moments and some funny exchanges between Anabel and her mates that keep the story really fun to read. Her mates mean business but they still joke around or tease each other, but these moments of levity don't take away the overall feel to the story. If you're unfamiliar with this author, you should really read the preface to see if this is the kind of book you'd like to read. It explains what an Omegaverse is and lists some of the other themes that might not be for everyone.
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  • Jan Grass
    January 1, 1970
    Viking God Omegaverse sign me up. I am a huge fan of Nora Ash's books and this was no exception. I loved the push and pull of the characters. It did need more clothing optional interaction and I expect we will get more in the following books. It does end with a cliffhanger. The heroes are alpha to the extreme bordering on Alpha ass... but what do you expect it is an Omegaverse. I look forward to seeing Annabel become more of a bad ass heroine. To me this book is the build up for what is to come. Viking God Omegaverse sign me up. I am a huge fan of Nora Ash's books and this was no exception. I loved the push and pull of the characters. It did need more clothing optional interaction and I expect we will get more in the following books. It does end with a cliffhanger. The heroes are alpha to the extreme bordering on Alpha ass... but what do you expect it is an Omegaverse. I look forward to seeing Annabel become more of a bad ass heroine. To me this book is the build up for what is to come. I hope Ms. Ash does not disappoint (I don't expect she will).Highly recommend to anyone who loves Alpha males, Viking myths, and strong female characters.
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  • Dana
    January 1, 1970
    This was my first omegaverse book. I thought it was very good. Annabelle is headstrong and kickass. Didn;t care for some of the crude words used, or the forced interactions but it didn&t detract from the story. The world building was good, the characters are pretty well described. I'm really anticipating her relationship with Grim. I'm betting it will be explosive! Overall, this was a great read and i cant wait for the next one.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am volunt This was my first omegaverse book. I thought it was very good. Annabelle is headstrong and kickass. Didn;t care for some of the crude words used, or the forced interactions but it didn&t detract from the story. The world building was good, the characters are pretty well described. I'm really anticipating her relationship with Grim. I'm betting it will be explosive! Overall, this was a great read and i cant wait for the next one.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Deb Cechak
    January 1, 1970
    Nora Ash starts her latest series, The Omega Prophecy, with an intensely heart wrenching and provocative tale, Ragnarok Rising. An omega whose heart may break as she tries to save the world, by loving the sons of Loki and Thor. A story like you have NEVER read before. And one that will leave you wanting so much more, in the best possible way. Can the ‘alphaest alphas’ actually claim her heart, with the intensity of which they claim her body? Will the sons protect their omega or risk failing thos Nora Ash starts her latest series, The Omega Prophecy, with an intensely heart wrenching and provocative tale, Ragnarok Rising. An omega whose heart may break as she tries to save the world, by loving the sons of Loki and Thor. A story like you have NEVER read before. And one that will leave you wanting so much more, in the best possible way. Can the ‘alphaest alphas’ actually claim her heart, with the intensity of which they claim her body? Will the sons protect their omega or risk failing those they love?Can’t wait for the next book in this series!
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  • Kathryn
    January 1, 1970
    The world created has been marveoulouslly constructed. Using viking/celtic and the asgardian culture, has built a world full of prophecy and the start of Ragnarok.Betrayal, secrets, and amazing characters are contained in this wonderful start of the series.Please keep in mind this is an omegaverse, containing triggers like dubious consent. I received an advanced copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving an unbiased , honest review.
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  • Christa Livingstone
    January 1, 1970
    WOW WOW WOW! I couldnt wait to read this because I loved Nora Ash's Feral series. This was even better than expected. The world the author creates is so interesting. All the anti heroes are great and I cant wait to read more about them. Annabel is feisty and strong. This story has all the sexiness of an omegaverse story with the detail and intrigue of a full lenghth novel. I loved this book and I hate that I have to wait even one minute to read the next one in the series!!
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  • Jennifer Ehninger
    January 1, 1970
    Annabel thinks she's going to Iceland to work on her degree. Instead she's there to stop the end of the world and needs to take five men as her mates to do it. A wonderful fast-paced story. I loved everyhting about this book! Strong alpha men and a strong feisty woman to keep them in their place! A great start to a new series.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Perri Stephens
    January 1, 1970
    Wow - this story just reaches out, grabs you by the throat and won't let you go! A creative spin on Norse mythology coupled with unforgettable characters, plenty of steam and a plot filled with action, suspense and adventure make this one a real winner. Highly recommend, and can't wait to read the next book in the series. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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  • Reena
    January 1, 1970
    I love all things mythology and when combined with RH romance, I really devour every book I can find. This was a steamy RH based on North Mythology, with wonderful characters, well-written and with a great plot. I'm anxious to read the next book in the series|!I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Luna Wompy
    January 1, 1970
    Ragnarok Rising is an omegaverse, reverse harem romance. Annabel's parents send her to Ireland under false pretenses, and she soon learns she's been lured there to be claimed by not one but five alphas, and on too of that, they do not all get along.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Tammy
    January 1, 1970
    I really liked this Omegaverse read. Annabel must save the world and to do so she must take on 5 mates from Norse legend. I really loved the characters and the story really draws you in. The story is fast-paced with lots of twists and turns. The chemistry is off the charts hot and I look forward to more in the series. A great read!
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  • Scarolet Ellis
    January 1, 1970
    Ragnarök Rising by Nora Ash is a wonderful storyto read. This is a brand new author for me and this is book number one with a start to a brand new series that I fell in love with. I highly recommend this story to everyone who loves magic.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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  • Beth DiLoreto
    January 1, 1970
    This is my very first Omegaverse book. I absolutely loved it. So much mystery, suspense, and steamy action. There are several various Nkrse Gods and demi gods, which I adored because you dont see it often. The heroine has gained and education as a beta. This has drama, action, romance, adventure and of course betrayal. Cant wait for the next one
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  • Melissa Hedrick
    January 1, 1970
    Its hard to write reviews without spoilers, so I will do my best. Buy this book! This author is extremely talented!! If you like great chemistry and lots of action in a paranormal setting... this book is for you! I have yet to be disappointed by any of this authors books. Shes one of my top favorite indie authors.
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