Kian (The Boundarylands, #1)
No woman willingly travels to the Boundarylands. It’s where they are—the Alphas. They keep to themselves in the wilderness, and beta civilization knows to keep its distance. Especially beta women…for fear they may not be a beta after all. The only way to know your true nature is to feel the touch of an Alpha. Omegas may be rare, but every woman knows their fates are hellish—held captive, broken, mated, knotted, and bred. But Paige doesn’t have a choice. Hunted by a vengeful fiancé, her only hope for survival lays in the hands of a primal Alpha miles beyond the boundary. The reality she finds in the Boundarylands is different than the horror stories she’s been told her whole life. Life is feral and wild, but it’s calls to her in a way she can’t refuse. When Paige touches Kian’s body, everything changes, and in an instant she knows the Alpha beside her will either be her salvation or her doom. KIAN is the first book in The Boundaryland Omegaverse, a hot new ABO romance series featuring knotting, heats, and possession. Wear gloves, cause this sh*t is hot.

Kian (The Boundarylands, #1) Details

TitleKian (The Boundarylands, #1)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseFeb 18th, 2020
Rating
GenreParanormal, Omegaverse, Fantasy, Romance

Kian (The Boundarylands, #1) Review

  • Birjis
    January 1, 1970
    Not the usual dark Omegaverse, it's lighter and fast. The story was easy, not complicated and action-packed. The characters were strong at the beginning but gradually I lost interest in them.
  • Elizabeth B
    January 1, 1970
    A Softer OmegaverseI really enjoyed this book. The characters were easy to get to know and I'm a sucker for (what appears to be) a HEA. I also liked that this story didn't go the 'I'm an alpha and I always get what and who I want route' that seems to be so typical of the genre. There was genuine care and empathy on both sides and it was refreshing. If you're into to the... harder? ... Alpha and Omega stories then this might not quite fit the bill. If, however, you've been looking for a sweeter A Softer OmegaverseI really enjoyed this book. The characters were easy to get to know and I'm a sucker for (what appears to be) a HEA. I also liked that this story didn't go the 'I'm an alpha and I always get what and who I want route' that seems to be so typical of the genre. There was genuine care and empathy on both sides and it was refreshing. If you're into to the... harder? ... Alpha and Omega stories then this might not quite fit the bill. If, however, you've been looking for a sweeter plot in this type of world then this is for you.
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  • Lise Dunning
    January 1, 1970
    So mayne we could learn a little about the main characters?This is the first non dark omegaverse I've seen and I was so excited but it just lacked content. We didn't learn anything about these characters. The world was unique, and not overwhelmingly dark, and it had so much potential but there needs to be more meat on these bones.
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  • DoubtFire
    January 1, 1970
    A quick read that would be good for someone interested in Omegaverse stories, but doesn't want to trend too dark. I enjoyed this, but I think it has more potential. Like other reviewers, I also noticed the typos - every 5 pages or so. The characters, though likable, are simple and fairly one-dimensional.
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  • Alisha Hudson
    January 1, 1970
    I wanted to give this book 5stars but the editing is horrible. I read it in less than 2 hours and there were so many errors it was hard for me to enjoy it. I love omegaverse and this fell right in line with it. I liked the characters. They're not well developed but I expected that because it is a short book.
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  • Jane
    January 1, 1970
    I really liked the idea of a lighter omegaverse, but honestly the h got on my nerves. The scared rabbit act was obnoxious . Page after page of being too frightened to move grew tiresome. I like my h's with a bit more backbone.
  • Jennifer Turner
    January 1, 1970
    Pretty decent read Could have been better but I will give credit where credit is due it was written well the story line was interesting. Overall I enjoyed it but I think she could spice it up a bit more but that's just my opinion
  • Jamey d McDaniel
    January 1, 1970
    New omegaverseSweet, first time love, heat filled, protective, caring everything you want in a love story. Willing to do anything to protect her.
  • Angee
    January 1, 1970
    A good plot but a lot of typos.
  • Nessa
    January 1, 1970
    DNF.AVERAGE OMEGAVERSE, but when there's no background setting to it apart from the Omegaverse plot points, and the fact that the heroine was all jittery and such a scaredy cat, got me annoyed.
  • Leannie Ly
    January 1, 1970
    3.5
  • Robin
    January 1, 1970
    Light readingVery light for an omegaverse book... not overly heavy on the sex either. But, it was still a good read.
  • Sibi
    January 1, 1970
    2.5 actually.
  • Pamela K McCauley
    January 1, 1970
    Nothing very original The book was ok. A quick read. The writer needed to develop the characters and the plot. The story line was very predictable
  • Brittany
    January 1, 1970
    Loved this! Such a hot way to start a new series! Love a hot alpha who can save his woman? Breed her with a knot! Then look no further!!
  • Anna Alves
    January 1, 1970
    Wasn't really expecting much so it was alright. It did what I wanted so 👌
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