Lennox by Joyee Flynn is the fourth book in the Resistant Omegas series.
The Omega Network came into effect in time to save Lennox Ashton's life. He was close to death from the physical abuse he received at the hands of his alpha when Hugo Cormac arrived with the Council enforcers. Lennox is taken to the High Council where he spends weeks recovering, but much of the damage can't be repaired. The worst is that Lennox can't feel his wolf anymore and is afraid he has lost him. Hugo never leaves Lennox's side through it all and he tells Lennox that he agrees to take over the position of alpha, a job he never wanted, if Lennox will stay by his side. Understandably, Lennox questions his real motive, because why would anyone want such a damaged omega at his side? In the end, he agrees, giving them a chance for a future, but part of his old inner circle is at large and they won't give up possession without a fight. Will Lennox finally find the love and acceptance he has yearned for? Can Hugo earn his love? Is there more in store for Lennox and Hugo than they ever imagined?
I can't imagine the horror of finding myself beaten, abused, and starved without anyone to help, as Lennox was before the Omega Network started, giving Lennox the chance he never thought would come. Hugo was a remarkable man who saw beyond Lennox's physical injuries to the truly beautiful person he was inside. Staying at Lennox's side throughout his recovery showed what an incredible and loving man he was. It was delightful how their new pack accepted Lennox knowing how injured he was. I will never understand how so many in the werewolf community never gave a thought to how the omegas were sold to the highest bidder, having no rights until they were forced to see the injustice head on. The way a few people were willing to intercede for the omegas, like Hugo, and were willing to do what must be done to protect them in their moment of need was amazing.
Reviewed by: Teresa
Originally posted at Fallen Angel Reviews