The Controllers Series by L.V. Lane (1-3, 5)
Overview: I love a happily ever after, although sometimes the journey to get there can be rough on my poor characters.
An unashamed fan of the alpha, the antihero, and the throwback in all his guises and wherever he may lurk.
Genre: Fiction > Romance
1. Taking Control – There is a war, and people with skills are deployed when and where it suits the cause. Even Omegas.
Where necessary, they are allocated protection.
And they are told to submit fully to the controller. That it is recommended.
But the war brings many changes. Omegas must be protected at all costs and what was once a recommendation might soon become a mandate.
Eloise is an Omega, and with her first deployment imminent she has already decided that she won’t submit to full control—not while the law still protects her.
But they haven’t allocated her to an ordinary controller, they’ve let the best of them fight for the right. And nothing is going to stop the one who comes out on top from claiming his prize.
2. Complete Control – There is a war, cities are falling, and prisoners are being taken.
With her city in ruins, Anna is on the run. Enemy patrols comb the streets and she knows what awaits her if they find her—death if she is lucky, imprisonment if she is not.
Cornered, and out of hope, she is rescued…by an Alpha.
She has just been revealed as an Omega.
Law changes are coming.
And her new fate might be worse.
3. Deviant Control Part 1 – With her father on the ruling council, Doctor Lillian Brach had lived a coveted life. Rising to Director of the viral research program, she had carved a place for herself within the Empire.
But her life plans changed the day she revealed as an Omega.
Her former research partner, Erison Tsing, has assumed control of the program. Her singularity—unique Omega gift—brings more challenges than benefits. And Tsing’s methods of testing her gift stamp over moral and ethical boundaries.
Secretly suppressing her heat, and clinging to a measure of independence unheard of for an Omega, her life is precarious enough.
But when the viral research center comes under attack, she makes some questionable decisions.
Her escort soldier has been shot…by her hand…she was trying to save his life.
Now she is trapped outside the safe zone, and enemy soldiers are closing in.
Her father promised she would never be allocated a Controller. But that’s about to change.
5. Deviant Betrayal – Before the Copper virus came along, we were ordinary people.
Developed in a lab, the virus was hailed as the next stage of evolution. Little did we know how it would change us, physically and physiologically.
It divided us.
There were still ordinary people among us, those for whom the virus did not latch. And then there were the dynamics—Alpha through to Mu.
And Omega, the lowliest dynamic.
★ Part 3 of Lilly’s story★
Lilly had experienced one perfect moment of acceptance. For the first time since she revealed as an Omega, she could see a future with her two Alphas that did not fill her with dread.
So, with a measure of mischief and independence, she went to meet Tsing alone without telling her Controllers.
Erison Tsing doesn’t want Lilly to stay, and he doesn’t want to help her to run.
He’s not her friend, nor does he harbor latent regrets about their past moment of intimacy.
Tsing has an agenda, and Lilly is about to become collateral damage…