Bodies drained of blood are scattered around New York City. With a serial killer on the loose, Mackenzie Grey is obsessed with solving the murders. She dives into her work at the Supernatural Investigative Unit to forget about the events that dismantled her Pack a year ago. When the killer makes Kenz the target, she falls down the rabbit hole and discovers she has a lot more to do with these murders than she realized.
As her past creeps up behind her, she must swallow her pride and seek aid from old and new friends.
In the epic finale of the Mackenzie Grey: Origins series, she will finally become the wolf she is destined to be…
4.75 out of 5 stars
Cannot be read as a standalone
Omega is now my favorite book in the series. Mackenzie Grey is still a bit disrespectful and full of attitude, but she has evolved into such a strong character. This story just has more of everything. More romance. More heartbreak. More evil. I couldn't put this down.
My only complaint would be the ending of the book. I dived into this thinking that this was the final book in the series. The last chapter made me feel a bit disappointed and empty. BUT DON'T WORRY. Karina Espinosa plans on continuing MG's journey.
Karina Espinosa is an amazing storyteller. As a reader, I've noticed the way she has evolved as a writer. For example, Omega has more layers and mystery behind the characters, and I couldn't help getting attached to Mackenzie's friends. I'm hoping that the spin-offs will come out soon.