5-star reads,  Delicious smut,  M/M,  Paranormal,  Sweet sweeter sweetest

Heat for Sale by Blake Moreno (a.k.a. Leta Blake)


This was a super steamy, omegaverse story with all that juicy goodness A/B/O reads usually contains; heats (obviously), knotting, mpreg, insatiable lust, and some interesting hormonal aspects of alpha and omega biology. Dominant alphas and submissive omegas are HOT.

M/M erotica at its best. Just awesome.

Synopsis: Adrien is an omega about to start his first heat, and without a family to help or the finances to manage on his own, he does what most other omegas do – he offers up his virgin heat in an online auction. Heath is an older, wealthy alpha who lost the love of his life many years ago. But when he discovers a young omega that looks just like his lost lover, he is entranced. And when he discovers that the omega is in fact his lover’s son, he decides he must purchase his heat and breed him.

Granted. The storyline is a bit fucked up. But strangely enough, it manages to be both crazy sexy as well as sweet with a very fulfilling HEA. Also, it’s never boring. Apart from the sweaty, hot sex and growing affection, there’s the ever present secrecy of Adrien’s omega father, as well as the slightly more superficial conflict with Heath’s brother and nephew.

Considering how short this book is, it’s quite impressive that Moreno still succeeds in writing such a thorough and fleshy story. It didn’t feel rushed, both MCs – but Adrien in particular – felt very 3 dimensional with a solid personality. There was even room for character development. I especially liked how Adrien’s confidence grew towards the end.

The only thing I didn’t like about this book was the cover. That’s creepy as hell if you ask me.

I’d say this is pretty much the perfect omegaverse smut for anyone in need of a quick fix, and I highly recommend it. 5 stars!


I'm a Swedish book nerd reading mostly steamy English romance novels. And since there is so much good stuff out there, and so much shitty stuff too. I just want to give credit where it's due (and diss the rest).