Wynn was born an omega but raised as an assassin.
His kind is weaker and needs protecting—at least that is what the alphas in power have been saying for decades. In his twenty years, Wynn has seen omegas stripped of their rights, only to have those rights placed in the hands of the nearest alpha. But Wynn is different, recruited at a young age, he’s always known his purpose, to eliminate the worst of the worst. Alphas who should be convicted of the most heinous crimes may avoid prison, but there is no avoiding the tip of Wynn’s blade. When he’s given his next mission, a billionaire alpha developing tech that could take even more autonomy away from omegas, he’s ready, willing and able to do what needs to be done.
From a gritty neighborhood on the wrong side of the tracks, Magnus has spent his life clawing his way to the top.
He may have started in the slums, but now he’s a billionaire alpha whose name is the only one that matters when it comes to tech security and defense. He’s close to finally succeeding in creating the omega protection device that may have saved his brother’s life all those years ago. His success hasn’t come without sacrifice. His life is his work, so when a gorgeous omega with a golden gaze and pretty smile bumps into him, he doesn’t have time be interested. But, Magnus can’t ignore his inner wolf and soon all he wants is to be near Wynn, to see him, smell him, claim him.
Immediately after first contact, Wynn is conflicted. He’s positive that he’s never known an alpha like Magnus, but if his name has shown up on Wynn’s list then he must be evil. To think otherwise is to doubt his life’s devotion.
And it doesn’t take long for Magnus to have a list of questions a thousand miles long for Wynn, his secretive omega. But his questions don’t stop him from realizing Wynn isn’t just the bravest man he knows, he’s also his mate.
When outside forces begin to press in—Wynn’s jealous boss for one—the two must decide what their love is worth, because it may well cost them everything.
Fervor is the first book in the Omega Assassins Club. It is considerably more violent than the average Kiki book but with the same spice, humor, and heart. Readers should be aware Fervor contains mentions of graphic violence and abuse. However, a swoon-worthy HEA is guaranteed!
Van is an omega assassin used to taking care of himself. Hudson is an older alpha who sees through Van’s rough exterior to the mate within.
When Van’s latest mission forces him into hiding, he’s certain all the free time will drive him insane. Working as an assassin for the OAC is his life. He takes on the worst of the worst—alphas who don’t see value in an omega’s life. And he doesn’t want to ever stop. To be an effective agent, Van has had to turn away from his nature. The meek, mild disposition of most omegas has no place on a mission. He isn’t coddled or doted on. No one worries if he comes home with a scratch or bruise. Not until Hudson.
Van is skittish and untrusting, but Hudson can be patient, especially when the reward is so sweet. When Van stops by to say goodbye, but won’t say who he’s hiding from or why, Hudson knows he can’t let him out of his sight. He offers Van an alternative hideout on his farm hours away from the city. He knows how dangerous this world is for omegas, he lost his brother over twelve years ago and gained four sons in the process, all teenagers by now. And while Van isn’t very forthcoming, Hudson knows he’s worth the wait and effort. He’ll earn Van’s trust, even if he has to do it the hard way.
What started as an experiment for Van to see how the other half lives turns into so much more. Van never expected to love a life of early morning chores and school lunches. He thought he’d be bored stiff way out in the country, but every day, Hudson shows him something else to appreciate, something else to miss when his real life comes calling.
If the OAC taught Van how to stand strong, then his time with Hudson has taught him how to also rely on the strength of others. But, when an old threat comes knocking on his door, the pristine life Van has made in the country comes to a shuddering halt. Can Hudson love the man Van is? Will Van have to choose between his life helping people in the OAC and his mate?
Quench is the second book the Omega Assassins Club series. This book contains mentions of violence as well as topics that may arise in an a/b/o world where power is not distributed evenly. It is an mpreg/omegaverse romance with comedy and heat and just the right amount of spice!
The big, bad wolf meets his match in this pint-sized assassin…
When the angel of the Omega Assassins Club, River, is given a second chance on his latest mission, he swears this time, he’ll put that bullet where it belongs, right between the eyes of the hitman who nearly killed his packmate.
Known only as Behemoth, the hulking alpha hitman is feared due to his humongous bulk, but he’s not all talk. He’s a ruthless warrior who sold his soul long ago and has spent every moment since then earning his nightmarish reputation. So, when he catches the tiny omega trying to put an end to him, he should have no problem repaying the favor.
River’s inability to kill the alpha a second time forces him to believe there must be more to the man of legends beyond the way he makes River feel warm all over. How can he feel safety in arms that have done so much evil? Behemoth’s sole goal in life has been to protect his younger brother but the things he’s done to ensure a safe future have convinced him that he is a monster—only River can see through to the good man within.
But, Behemoth made his deal with the devil and now, the devil wants his due. All he has to do his hand over his angel.
Behemoth is the third book in the Omega Assassins Club. It is packed with action but with the same spice, humor, and heart. A swoon-worthy HEA is guaranteed!
A ruthless omega with a chip on his shoulder meets the alpha patient enough to show him love.
Nolan found solace as an agent in the Omega Assassins Club. The only place he ever felt accepted, it is his home and the other operatives in his pack are his family. He knows he’s messed up, everyone in his pack is in their own way, but Nolan’s past refuses to let him think about the future.
Without his pack knowing, Nolan moonlights in a kink house where the rich and powerful pay him large amounts to tell them they were worthless. He doesn’t have to touch them, not if he doesn’t want to, and on the plus side, he gets to see alphas for what they truly are, spineless.
But when one of his clients is dead before Nolan can walk into the room and the police rush in, he knows he’s been set up. Too bad the detective assigned to his case is the only alpha Nolan ever opened his heart to. The same man who had set Nolan’s life into the tailspin that ended with him begging to be let into the OAC.
Detective Benjamin Barlow never forgot the omega who got away. Nolan had dug a hole in his heart that still festered, but the self-possessed omega he sees now is nothing like the shy, grateful boy of his memories. Nolan’s loathing for him tells Benjamin there’s more to the omega’s story than he’s letting on.
It’s clear someone is after Nolan, and after a second attempt at his life, Benjamin puts his foot down. His omega will stay with him, in his home, maybe then they can find out what tore them apart all those years ago.
But will he be able to accept the truth?
Shatter is the fourth book in the Omega Assassins Club. It is packed with action but with the same spice, humor, and heart. A swoon-worthy HEA is guaranteed!