The Spaceman's Omega: A Mpreg Science Fiction Romance by Tabatha Austin

The Spaceman's Omega offers an interesting take on the omegaverse, filled with mystery, suspense, and intimacy. 

From the blurb:

Twenty years ago, boy-next-door actor Brandon Ward played a geeky superhero on a floundering television show – a show everyone, including himself, now wants to forget. Outed as a gay man, his acting career tanked, and the entire cast was blacklisted.

Two decades later, Brandon's relegated to minor comic con appearances and the lingering melancholy of missed opportunities and broken dreams. When a mysterious stranger offers to bankroll a revival of the show that ruined his career, Brandon's life comes full-circle.

Filled with questions and dreading dredging up painful memories, Brandon is at a crossroads: accept the billionaire's lucrative offer or walk away from the opportunity to revive his career and potentially save the world in the process?

Is the muscular billionaire a true fan or something more?

Note: The Spaceman's Omega is a complete standalone non-shifter mpreg (male pregnancy) story. This science fiction romance novel contains steamy descriptions of outdoor encounters with a muscled alien with a HEA, no cheating, and no cliffhangers.

This is a reworking of an old story. 

Tatted_book_freak's Review:

A new-to-me author that I have every intention of making a go-to one with this story! Even though mpreg isn’t usually my first choice, there was so much more to this book than pregnancy. The storyline was intriguing, with the rest of the narrative being just as good, if not better. There was suspense, mysterious events, and a recreation of a dying intellectual sitcom. 

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Alen, who was a different species, was a rather enjoyable character. Brandon, the human, is a little more difficult to explain. There was difficulty connecting with his character, probably because of the repetitive lines from his character. OAN, these two were absolutely adorable! Alen went above and beyond to make sure Brandon, and eventually their son Maurice, had everything needed. Smut scenes were interesting and unique, with evident chemistry. And that birth!!!!!

Rating: 4 Stars

The Spaceman's Omega is available to buy as an ebook or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.