Of Iron and Gold: An F/F Omegaverse Fantasy Romance

· The Kingdoms of Gyldren Book 1 · Luthor Publishing
13 reviews

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Princess Kinsey has been given four Alpha slaves, and she must choose one to impregnate her.

Aubrey, a She-Alpha, was sold into slavery at an early age due to her misunderstood "degenerate" nature. Trapped in the Tharnstone Castle, Aubrey has a chance to win her freedom, if she can show her Alpha's worthiness and be chosen to impregnate the princess. But when she learns the Alpha will be forbidden to see the child, she considers the real cost of freedom.

Kinsey will one day be the Omega queen of her father's kingdom, but first she must provide an heir for the House of Wymarc. All she must do is pick an Alpha, despite her aversion towards them. But she soon discovers there's more to some Alphas, than the volatile, dull beasts she's used to.

Now, the choice isn't so simple.

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Of Iron and Gold is a third-person, fantasy romance F/F Omegaverse standalone novel. Contents include: G!P*, Fempreg*, Omegaverse, and intimate scenes for mature readers. No cliffhanger, no rape, no cheating, and no shifters.

*See the author's blog for more details about g!p, fempreg, and other related terms.

Ratings and reviews

13 reviews
Rena Marc
April 13, 2022
first book I read from this author. really great story, I think it was very original the idea of the princess need an alpha to breed her, and it can be a slave who will have no claim to the throne. I'm only giving 4 because I didn’t like the end very much, is not bad, is just so "cliche" but the whole experience was good. I'm really bad at reviewing but I liked very much.
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