Book Reviews

Omega's Power (Irresistible Omegas 8) by Nora Phoenix

Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / MPreg / Omegaverse / Shifters / Menage MMM / Polyamory / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Christy Duke on 25-September-2020

Book Blurb

When one needy boy makes taking it slow impossible…

Sivney is determined to take his sweet time to get to know his new lovers, Naran and Lev. After all, they each brought quite a bit of baggage into their relationship and figuring out how they fit together is not easy.

But Lev can’t wait until Sivney is ready for more. He needs Sivney and Naran to take care of him now. Preferably, like, yesterday. Will Sivney step up when Lev needs more than he’s willing to give initially?

The pack as a whole has bigger worries. Civil War is on the verge of breaking out, and since the capital is only miles away, that doesn’t bode well for the pack members. But when one of the pack members becomes deadly sick, even war isn’t their first concern anymore…


Omega’s Power is book 8 in the Irresistible Omegas series which needs to be read in order to enjoy the plot lines fully. This MMM romance has a little kink, a lot of love, and some high angst moments, but ends with a HEA for all characters.

Book Review

Naran, Lev, and Sivney’s story continues in ‘Omega’s Power’, the eighth installment in Nora Phoenix’s ‘Irresistible Omegas’ series. The worldbuilding in this series is truly phenomenal and the way the author weaves various storylines throughout, while staying true to the protagonists, is absolutely a joy to read. This book, by far, showcases main characters who are throwing away society’s rulebook on what makes an alpha, beta, and an omega, and embracing who they are.


So much happens in this book and I was hanging on for the ride, trust me. Naran, Lev, and Sivney are still finding their way within their relationship and it isn’t until they successfully shift that they accept that they’re fated mates. Shifting reveals more than that, though, it also shows that Lev isn’t only an alpha… he’s also a bit of beta and omega mixed in. Lev represents characteristics of all three and the acceptance he gets from his mates and the pack go a long way to helping him start to heal the hurts caused by his father and brothers.


A huge medical crisis happens revolving around Pelani and if the author had taken that plot anywhere other than where she did, I’d have been furious, believe you me. It was a very powerful part of this book and it also displayed the True Omega which Grayson has spoken of from prophecy. Along with this crisis comes Lidon and the whole pack’s realization that marshal law has begun in the capital city, with a coup of the government, and an army general is running the show now. Not good as this man and his followers are all members of the conservative movement which wants nothing to do with wolf shifters at all.


I loved the growing D/s relationship between Naran, Sivney, and Lev as this throuple really does have an open view of “roles” between alpha, beta, and omega. Sivney was able to express his desire for more dominance and Lev could just let go and be who he is with his men. Naran kept growing and changing from the “alpha” mindset he’d always had and these three men’s love story was refreshing.


I’m so looking forward to the next installment in this series. It’ll focus on a new threesome but I’ll get to visit with my favorites and see how the new pack is doing with Sivney as second-in-command. Thank you, Nora, this series is utterly wonderful.




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Additional Information

Format ebook and print
Length Novel, 296 pages
Heat Level
Publication Date 09-November-2019
Price $4.99 ebook, $13.99 paperback
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