The Alpha's Forbidden Omega
Alpha businessman Carter Christian knows he's somewhat of a recluse, but he likes living out in the country with only the rare visitor. When his best friend and business partner suddenly asks him to house his omega son--a son Carter never even knew about-- for a short time, Carter is shocked, wary, and intrigued all at the same time. Omegas are rare, and until then, Carter had never met one. For his friend, however, he's willing to do it, even though the act requires that Carter take rut suppressants for the duration of the omega's stay.
Nineteen-year-old omega Jackson is tired of being hidden away. His parents plan to mate him to some alpha he doesn't even know, and until then he has to stay with his father's best friend. He finds he doesn't mind the latter so much because Carter listens to him and even tries to help Jackson research omegas. But, all too soon, the time comes for Jackson to mate the strange alpha. Only he doesn't want that alpha--he wants the alpha he's been living with who treats him like a person rather than something to be owned. Jackson doesn't care that Carter's old enough to be his father, but Carter isn't willing to break his friend's trust. Learning his parents may have been right about a government conspiracy against omegas only makes things more complicated for the two men who seem destined to be kept apart.