The Alien's Pregnant Omega, The Alien's Omega #2.5 by Sienna Sway

If you loved book one in the Alien's Omega series by Sienna Sway, then you can't miss the The Alien's Pregnant Omega novella because it features Saar and Alex while they get ready to meet their hybrid baby!

From the blurb:


I'd known what I was signing up for when I decided to stay with the Alien who had kidnapped me. And while life with Saar is good in some ways, the fact that I'm knocked up has made everything harder.

Maybe I'm an over-emotional wreck. If the way Saar keeps treating me like I'm about to explode is any indication, I probably am. Then again, it might be the fact that I'm the only human male in known history to suddenly develop a uterus and I feel like my body and worse—my baby—have turned into a science experiment.


Navigating life with a human omega as my mate has been challenging from the start. As of yet, I have been finding it difficult to understand Alex's needs. I want to make him happy, to please him, but the things that he wants don't make any sense to me.

Add to that the human doctor that he insists on meeting, his disregard for my opinions on the matter, and then my best friend running into the wilderness with yet another stolen human and I am unsure whether I should be forcing anything to be my way. After all, we alphas have a bad track record with human omegas.

The Alien's Pregnant Omega is an accompanying novella set in The Alien's Omega series. It takes place simultaneously with Devin and Eisa's story and should be read directly after the second book, The Alien's Runaway Omega . This novella is technically number 2.5 in the series and sets up the third book.

Note, to understand this novella, you have to read both The Alien's Kidnapped Omega and The Alien's Runaway Omega.

It is not necessary to read this novella before reading book three, The Alien's Defiant Omega.

Jacqueleen the Reading Queen's Review:

Loved catching up with Alex and Saar. It was cool to see the entire Devin and Eisa debacle from a different perspective. It seems Alex needed Devin's friendship as much as Devin needed his when they met. I love how they're friends.

Unfortunately mating issues happen with humans and alien pairings, just like between married humans. Poor Alex. He just needed to feel his humaness wasn't being erased or ignored. And Saar couldn't understand how that wasn't a rejection of him. I thought it was so sweet that Saar goes to his parents for advice. He admires and respects their mating so much.

I also found it interesting that when mating problems occur, if they last too long, the council gets involved to help mediate the couples' issues. I'm waffling back and forth on my opinion on that from a human perspective. Would it be helpful when on the rare occasion there's a lasting fight between my husband and I that people we admire meet to calmly help with the matter? Or would I get even angrier that the fight lasted that long and blame my husband for us having to air out our business? I can't decide, but to be completely honest I'm leaning more toward the latter when it pertains to me.

I already have book 3 on my TBR and I'm excited to read what adventure the author has for us next. It's a human alpha and an alien omega pairing this time. I have a good idea that the aliens are not going to like a human alpha soiling one of their own precious omegas. Not one bit. It's gunna be good!

Rating: 4.5 Stars

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