The uproar about the new US dystopia got me thinking about how the Omega on Top series is, at its core, about reproductive justice.
Glitterati Omega, book 2 in the Omega on Top series, explores how gender works in this world--and should make us question our own.
We all know the stereotypical omegaverse alpha character: growly, possessive, jealous, and so on. Do all alphas have to be like that though?
Even if we don't see it on the page, faith provides a powerful motivator for the ethos of Boardroom Omega--and particularly for Jake Cohen.
Mpreg isn't always a genre that considers abortion. But we need to be cautious about the subtle messages we could be imparting in our works.
When I set out to write a billionaire romance with Boardroom Omega, I had a few goals in mind. One was that I wanted to end the novel with this obscenely wealthy person, to some degree, changing their ways and using that wealth to contribute to society instead of being a parasite. The other goal was to showcase how utterly insane—and I do not use that term lightly—the existence of a billionaire...
Omegaverse often explores catastrophic biological evolution. What if an a/b/o system was a lot simpler to explain?
I wrote a billionaire romance. Yet I don't like billionaires. Writing these characters in romance, though, allows for escapism.
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The following is an excerpt from Cherry Pickett’s Boardroom Omega. You can read more about the book here. Chapter One As the clock struck one, Percival breezed back into his office, not quite slamming the door behind him. He heaved a heavy sigh as he slung himself down into the plush of the incredibly expensive leather executive’s chair, the glow of the three monitors dominating his desk...