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Lola is being hunted by her past, stalked with every step she takes. Sheltered with the pack of her dreams, at first it seems like the hardest challenge isn’t even staying safe from Indy. Tensions at work are at a tipping point and after taking the role of management’s spy, Lola’s in the crossfire if anything goes wrong. As romances between Lola and the pack members are dev Lola is being hunted by her past, stalked with every step she takes. Sheltered with the pack of her dreams, at first it seems like the hardest challenge isn’t even staying safe from Indy. Tensions at work are at a tipping point and after taking the role of management’s spy, Lola’s in the crossfire if anything goes wrong. As romances between Lola and the pack members are developing left and right, the woman who swore she wanted nothing to do with alpha is turning to them like a bloom to the sun. If only it weren’t just one monstrous alpha that twisted her own thoughts. Lola is quickly realizing that her worst enemy is herself, and it’s like walking the tightrope to find a balance with the pack that gives her strength rather than sends her toppling to the ground. But Indy won’t be ignored. One way or another, he’s determined to get his hands on her again. Lola needs more than a pack to shield her. She needs to be ready to fight.


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Lola is being hunted by her past, stalked with every step she takes. Sheltered with the pack of her dreams, at first it seems like the hardest challenge isn’t even staying safe from Indy. Tensions at work are at a tipping point and after taking the role of management’s spy, Lola’s in the crossfire if anything goes wrong. As romances between Lola and the pack members are dev Lola is being hunted by her past, stalked with every step she takes. Sheltered with the pack of her dreams, at first it seems like the hardest challenge isn’t even staying safe from Indy. Tensions at work are at a tipping point and after taking the role of management’s spy, Lola’s in the crossfire if anything goes wrong. As romances between Lola and the pack members are developing left and right, the woman who swore she wanted nothing to do with alpha is turning to them like a bloom to the sun. If only it weren’t just one monstrous alpha that twisted her own thoughts. Lola is quickly realizing that her worst enemy is herself, and it’s like walking the tightrope to find a balance with the pack that gives her strength rather than sends her toppling to the ground. But Indy won’t be ignored. One way or another, he’s determined to get his hands on her again. Lola needs more than a pack to shield her. She needs to be ready to fight.

30 review for Lola & the Millionaires: Part Two

  1. 5 out of 5

    mina reads™️

    everybody shut up I’m in mourning im crying and screaming and throwing up and smoking a newport 🤧 I can’t believe there’s no more of lola and her millionaires for me to read i loved them so much im not ready to leave the sweetverse

  2. 4 out of 5

    D.L. Howe

    4.5 stars This part was more sex than story, not that that’s ever been a problem for me. 🤣 Calebs never been with a woman ... so, obviously looking forward to that! Oh Wes, let’s fix that unrequited love, shall we? But of course, Lola won’t let it stand for long. I adore that she’s the one to finally see him. I can’t wait for them to come together because i just know it’s gonna be amazing. I failed to mention in my review of Part One; while I’m obviously a big fan of the RH aspect I’m also a fan of 4.5 stars This part was more sex than story, not that that’s ever been a problem for me. 🤣 Calebs never been with a woman ... so, obviously looking forward to that! Oh Wes, let’s fix that unrequited love, shall we? But of course, Lola won’t let it stand for long. I adore that she’s the one to finally see him. I can’t wait for them to come together because i just know it’s gonna be amazing. I failed to mention in my review of Part One; while I’m obviously a big fan of the RH aspect I’m also a fan of the fashion. Matthieu, Cyrus and Lola all work for a fashion magazine/corporation. While I may not be the most fashionable person I know, I do love it. In my own writing I like to include a lot of designers in my descriptions. It all stems from a love of Project Runway and movies like The Intern (w/Dominique Swain) and The Devil Wears Prada. While I truly adore them all, I have to admit Cyrus has been at the bottom. Until Rake said the magic word ... Dom. Mmhmm, show me what you’re working with Cyrus! Oh Caleb is into edging? Well isn’t he just multidimensional! Suddenly I wanna be in a room with Cyrus and Caleb. I don’t think I’ll ever get over all the purring, it’s both comforting and strangely a huge turn on. Easy enough to find a dude that growls but where the hell can I find one that purrs?! Oh Kathryn Moon ... first you gave me the best orgy. Then there was foreplay in the theater balcony. And then the first time with Wes?! Good god, it’s as if you know my deepest, darkest fantasies. And hell, I already knew I was looking forward to Cyrus and his domineering ass! I got a little teary eyed when she could finally feel Leo through the bond. While I love them all, Leo will always have a special place in my heart. Even though I’m sad to see this end, the conclusion is just perfect, wrapped in the most beautiful package.

  3. 5 out of 5

    ⭐Toonasa⭐ •Romance Book Lovers' Haven•

    I love this duet soo much!! I'm having a book hangover😭. I love Lola & the guys so much!😍 That epilogue's the best! Nevertheless, I'm totally going to read more books by Moon! I love this duet soo much!! I'm having a book hangover😭. I love Lola & the guys so much!😍 That epilogue's the best! Nevertheless, I'm totally going to read more books by Moon!

  4. 5 out of 5

    goodreadss

    dnf @ page 16 i dont even know why i bother starting this. i liked book 1 but i was skimming by the last few chap (coz i was clearly losing interest) and aint that just a sign

  5. 5 out of 5

    Namera [The Literary Invertebrate]

    ARC provided in exchange for an honest review - thank you! Still a great book, but IMO just a little less great than the first one. To get the negative out of the way first: The Lola duet is more one books split into two than two separate books in the series, so this one picks up right where the last one cut off plot-wise. Thematically, though, I feel like there were a couple of significant shifts. Right up until the end of Book 1 Lola clearly still had massive self-worth issues linked to her ARC provided in exchange for an honest review - thank you! Still a great book, but IMO just a little less great than the first one. To get the negative out of the way first: The Lola duet is more one books split into two than two separate books in the series, so this one picks up right where the last one cut off plot-wise. Thematically, though, I feel like there were a couple of significant shifts. Right up until the end of Book 1 Lola clearly still had massive self-worth issues linked to her status as a beta, and I feel those were overshadowed in this book by her self-worth issues linked to her involvement with Indy. True, those things are connected, but they're still distinct elements of her character and I kind of feel like the former wasn't addressed as much as the latter. (At least on page; Lola visits a therapist, which unfortunately isn't witnessed first-hand by the reader). Her family situation is described but also not really addressed head-on, which contributes to my overall slight dissatisfaction with this bit. My other nitpick with this book is I'm still not really sold on Cyrus's character. I guess that isn't too surprising; the highest number of harem members I've seen handled 100% successfully is five, and THAT took five books to work through. Here we have six in two books, so it's understandable that one might slip through the cracks in comparison. We're told over again that Cyrus loves falling in love, is a bit of a playboy, and Lola at one point even implicitly seems to be giving him permission to go out and find the 'shades of love' he needs. He denies needing anyone but their pack, but I wasn't convinced he'd changed enough from what we saw in Book 1. This isn't helped by the end of the book, where (view spoiler)[he seemed to be a lot more interested in Rake's safety than Lola's. (hide spoiler)] The good news to balance that, though, is I'm now TOTALLY into Matt (the older guy). He's great. Overall While not a 5-star read like Book 1 was (bearing in mind I am extremely extremely miserly with my 5 stars, so that doesn't mean this is in any way significantly inferior) I'm still impressed with Kathryn Moon's navigation of character and relationship dynamics. Lola will always, always have a special corner of my heart for being the first beta heroine I've seen who actually has hangups about not being an omega. I adore Rake, who is completely one of a kind. Looking forward to seeing what other characters we dive into next! Eve gets my vote, as well as that alpha guy Wes work with... [Blog] - [Bookstagram]

  6. 4 out of 5

    Meredith, Empress of the Sock Puppet Army

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I enjoyed this...but not quite as much as Lola Part I;I felt the same level of suspense was missing and I skimmed some. I still enjoyed it. What's brilliant about having a contemporary setting for Omegaverse with this author's style of reverse harem is that it brings in a very human element to all the dynamics and bonds between the members of the pack. While I've certainly never been in a polyamorous relationship I've watched a couple documentaries--many of the issues, challenges and dynamics in I enjoyed this...but not quite as much as Lola Part I;I felt the same level of suspense was missing and I skimmed some. I still enjoyed it. What's brilliant about having a contemporary setting for Omegaverse with this author's style of reverse harem is that it brings in a very human element to all the dynamics and bonds between the members of the pack. While I've certainly never been in a polyamorous relationship I've watched a couple documentaries--many of the issues, challenges and dynamics in this pack mirrored real human relationships, especially ones people in polyamorous relationships have. This is sorely lacking in just about all other Omegaverse reverse harems. I enjoyed the chemistry between all the characters and think this author excels at writing interpersonal dynamics. The treatment of past trauma & the healing process was done very well. Quick notes: I agree with the review that brings up an issue with Cyrus. I have nothing against him being a dom, but it felt....not completely natural? Almost like the author decided last minute to make him a dom in order to spice up Cyrus & Lola's relationship because there wasn't else much there (especially compared to her developing relationships with Matthieu, Wes, & Caleb). Matthieu & Lola's relationship was done very well, as was Caleb's (I wish there had been more of him). There were a lot of dudes in this pack to balance out. Overall I'm glad I read this series and will probably read more by this author. 3.5 stars

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    I really liked this series, I think. It was my first Omegaverse series (which I had never heard of or if I had, thought they were talking about some shifter series) and I'm not sure I love the genre. It was well-written, but I would have preferred about 50% less sex and 50% more plot. There wasn't enough conflict. Sex scenes went on for pages, only to be followed with a new scene a paragraph later. Just too much for anyone that reads a book a day. Maybe it's a better fit for readers that read a I really liked this series, I think. It was my first Omegaverse series (which I had never heard of or if I had, thought they were talking about some shifter series) and I'm not sure I love the genre. It was well-written, but I would have preferred about 50% less sex and 50% more plot. There wasn't enough conflict. Sex scenes went on for pages, only to be followed with a new scene a paragraph later. Just too much for anyone that reads a book a day. Maybe it's a better fit for readers that read a chapter or two a day? My favorite aspect of the series was Lola's personal growth. The cruel inner voice she dealt with in book 1 to her speech she gave to her "non-villain" was really inspiring. That speech was awesome, if brief. It was very satisfying. I think I'll read this author again, but I may be more careful of which genre I'm choosing.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cindy ✩☽♔

    Well, I am late to the game as usual. But I just have to say this RH/Omegaverse definitely lived up to the hype. Lola and her pack are my absolute favorite out of the four books in this series written by Kathryn Moon. If I had to rank them I think it would go: Lola > Eve > Baby I do confess the order in which I completed this series thus far has been all over the place. As I sometimes tend to do with series that are interconnected but do not necessarily spoil each other's main plot points. I rea Well, I am late to the game as usual. But I just have to say this RH/Omegaverse definitely lived up to the hype. Lola and her pack are my absolute favorite out of the four books in this series written by Kathryn Moon. If I had to rank them I think it would go: Lola > Eve > Baby I do confess the order in which I completed this series thus far has been all over the place. As I sometimes tend to do with series that are interconnected but do not necessarily spoil each other's main plot points. I read about 50% of Baby and the Night Howlers and then I was like Baby isn't being badass enough for me let's read Bad Alpha, which is about a certain character who makes a guest appearance in this book, I finished that one in a day easy peasy. Then I went back and finished Baby and the Night Howlers. Seeing that I was still hooked on this universe, I went straight into Lola & Millionaires and finished both books in about a day. Safe to say I thoroughly enjoyed them. And I am not ashamed to say that Leo has my whole heart. Love that guy, as Lola said, he's perfect. Rake was a little self-absorbed, Caleb and Wes tried to dim their own brilliance, Matthieu was getting complacent in his place at Voir and forgetting that publishing was about publicizing change, and Cyrus was coasting at Designate instead of pursuing his passion in painting. Leo was perfect though. I’d have to remember to tell him later. Don't get me wrong, I liked all the packmates. But there's just something about Leo. Anyways, I can't wait for Kathryn Moon's next installment to the series Faith and the Dead End Devils.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nadia

    My heart is so full. I’ve loved reading about Lola’s journey. She’s grown so much since the first book. And her pack just keeps getting hotter and hotter. That double bond mark scene… wow. I think my favorite would have to be Cyrus (that man knows how to praise). The bond between Lola and the rest of the pack solidified in this book, with her slowly exploring her relationships with them. I love that she took it one person at a time, because it allowed for her to build the trust that she needed t My heart is so full. I’ve loved reading about Lola’s journey. She’s grown so much since the first book. And her pack just keeps getting hotter and hotter. That double bond mark scene… wow. I think my favorite would have to be Cyrus (that man knows how to praise). The bond between Lola and the rest of the pack solidified in this book, with her slowly exploring her relationships with them. I love that she took it one person at a time, because it allowed for her to build the trust that she needed to make this work. This entire series has been utter perfection.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rena

    I called it. Two books for Lola but the author couldn’t even create a connection with all men. The first book was more Rake & Leo. Now book 2 is more Matthieu (which I love), but I find it extremely unfair for Cyrus. There’s barely any scene connecting them (except the end where it seems rushed). I also didn’t like how Wes’ chemistry with Lola feels forced. If an author can’t establish a romance between each of the harem members, then please please lessen the number of men 😮‍💨 If this were a rom I called it. Two books for Lola but the author couldn’t even create a connection with all men. The first book was more Rake & Leo. Now book 2 is more Matthieu (which I love), but I find it extremely unfair for Cyrus. There’s barely any scene connecting them (except the end where it seems rushed). I also didn’t like how Wes’ chemistry with Lola feels forced. If an author can’t establish a romance between each of the harem members, then please please lessen the number of men 😮‍💨 If this were a romance book with just Leo, Rake, Matthieu and maybe Caleb, I would’ve given it 5 stars. There was little to no heartwarming/bonding scenes with Wes, and with Cyrus it was literally a bare minimum. Caleb had a nice scene in the opera but it ended there. Love the doting on fmc trope but the imbalance in the romance threw me off and made me mad. I didn’t even want to finish this because I knew I would be so disappointed in the end. Giving it 2 stars because I love the sweetness between Matthieu and Lola in this book, other that that everything is imbalanced. Plus why did the hitwoman have to appear 3 times??? I get Eve would have her own book later on but those were very useless scenes that made me go “wtf, just use the pages to create deeper connections with the men like Wes and Cyrus”. sheesh. I would most likely stay away from future releases from this author because it was more sex than connection/chemistry (Not a bad thing, but even the most erotic reads have really good chemistry between characters. It makes everything hotter and better with an established relationship). Honestly I can’t count the number of RH authors who love big harems but can’t even establish a connection with each of them 😩

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Parting is such sweet sorrow!! I need an extended epilogue of how everyone handles the surprise at the end of this book. And it ended so lovely. I love this whole pack and I want to be friends with all of them. It is rare to have such beautifully blended relationships. And as always, this author excelled at writing a steamy story without losing the plot or the flow. Everyone is three dimensional and my only complaint is that it wasn't longer so it could get to the back stories of more of the men. Parting is such sweet sorrow!! I need an extended epilogue of how everyone handles the surprise at the end of this book. And it ended so lovely. I love this whole pack and I want to be friends with all of them. It is rare to have such beautifully blended relationships. And as always, this author excelled at writing a steamy story without losing the plot or the flow. Everyone is three dimensional and my only complaint is that it wasn't longer so it could get to the back stories of more of the men.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Fingers crossed Eve gets her own story. I’m gonna say emotion wise I preferred the first part. There was a lot of sex in this one and it felt like some of the stuff had been glossed over. The build up rise of Wendy and she’s gone. With Eve I thought it would go the same way. Nice to see Baby’s pack again. I completely forgot who they were apart from Bomber, Bullet and Green. I was a little shocked about Rake getting a loose detail when he’s the most important member of the pack. I’m glad it turn Fingers crossed Eve gets her own story. I’m gonna say emotion wise I preferred the first part. There was a lot of sex in this one and it felt like some of the stuff had been glossed over. The build up rise of Wendy and she’s gone. With Eve I thought it would go the same way. Nice to see Baby’s pack again. I completely forgot who they were apart from Bomber, Bullet and Green. I was a little shocked about Rake getting a loose detail when he’s the most important member of the pack. I’m glad it turned out alright in the end. Good story, I’m loving sweet omegaverse.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Katyana

    I made a "squee" tag, and I made it just for this book. That should speak for itself. I'm having a hard time not rereading the series immediately. Also... Eve in the next book, you think? She's badass! And nuts! Fingers crossed! I made a "squee" tag, and I made it just for this book. That should speak for itself. I'm having a hard time not rereading the series immediately. Also... Eve in the next book, you think? She's badass! And nuts! Fingers crossed!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Valkyrie ✨

    I wish there were 4 more books about Lola and her pack. This is definitely my new comfort read and I’m already planning to reread soon. There were some tough moments to read through, like when Lola watched the video her rapist had of her. I wasn’t expecting that and the way Moon wrote Lola’s struggles, suffering and self-loathing was so well done, I was right there with her along the way. But Lola conquered her life back, she fought to get better, sought professional help and more importantly, ga I wish there were 4 more books about Lola and her pack. This is definitely my new comfort read and I’m already planning to reread soon. There were some tough moments to read through, like when Lola watched the video her rapist had of her. I wasn’t expecting that and the way Moon wrote Lola’s struggles, suffering and self-loathing was so well done, I was right there with her along the way. But Lola conquered her life back, she fought to get better, sought professional help and more importantly, gave herself a little bit of kindness and understanding, which she deserved. The attempt at some kind of plot outside the romance was still there but it was done better than in the first book at least. I still didn’t care about anything else but Lola climbing each member of that pack like a tree. But it was a nice attempt, I supposed 🤣 Leo was even more perfect than in the first part. Even Lola thought at one point every pack’s member’s issues until reaching Leo and realizing he’s perfect, because he really is. I missed more scenes with him alone, but I understood the other relationships needed more development. His last scene with Lola made me cry like a baby. Rake is probably my favorite, I think?? Or maybe Leo. Or both together… Anyway I loved his little argument with Lola, how he was such a brat but so full of heart and good intentions all the time. He made every sex scene ten times hotter by default. I still don’t understand why he didn’t fight harder against getting kidnapped, though. It felt a bit too convenient and it could’ve been done better. Caleb was such a nice surprise. The idea of Lola being the first woman he was with was so incredibly hot to me. And how he was so tender and caring, and then lost himself in his rut during sex. I just knew Matthieu was going to be the first to bond with Lola. I just did. I loved to see Baby and her Howlers agains. That little glimpse at Books and Tornado, hot damn y’all. And then Bullet’s reaction to Matthieu just about killed me. I wouldn’t mind a PWP crossover 🥵 We finally got more Wes, and it was good but I was expecting more I guess. I loved to see a big, hot Alpha like him being inexperienced, to learn he had never knotted anyone before, and how Lola helped him get closer to the pack, but at the same time it didn’t sit well with me to think this pack was functioning the way it did before Lola arrived. They treated Wes like a bodyguard/chofer. He didn’t sleep with them in their cuddle piles, kept his distance and basically just worked all day. Wtf? Rake was supposed to be his family but it never felt like they were close, either. I don’t know, it just weirded me out. I feel like with a better pace and development, Wes could’ve been amazing and the missed opportunity just makes me sad. Cyrus is complicated. I actually loved the little surprise of sunshine Cyrus being a Dom, but some bits of their scenes together made me cringe a little bit. Their pet names while “playing” being one of them. Calling him Boss when he was literally her boss at work… yikes. During their games, he overstepped a few times and even though he profusely apologized to Lola, it just made me uncomfortable and it kind of ruined their scenes for me. I feel like dynamics would’ve worked better and things would’ve felt more real if Lola had bonded with some of them and not all. For example I feel like her connection with Wes and Cyrus was a bit shallow and forced. I didn’t mind it that much but I feel like I’d have LOVED if she remained just friends with some of them, the way Matt and Rake were just family for example. If Moon wanted all of them to end up bonded with Lola, perhaps she should’ve worked on those relationships in a more clever way. Eve the alpha hitwoman was fascinating. I felt like there was so much more to her and her motivations, I literally squealed when I found out we are getting her book next. Overall, I feel like this second book suffered from a lack of better pacing and development. Personally for me, it’d have worked better if the story held to Lola’s apprehension to Alphas and very slowly changed that. She got involved with Caleb and Wes too fast. And things with Cyrus were a bit ridiculous. Better and slower development and leaving some alphas out of the bond would’ve been perfect for me. But I’m still giving this book 5 stars based sorely on my level of enjoyment and investment. I mean, I cried at the end, which always makes a book a 5 stars for me.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rambling Reader

    Sigh. And it's over. Lola and the Millionaires: Part Two had me just as riveted as part one. The pieces fit together nicely, as part one sees Lola establishing roots that will help her gain some of her strength and sense of self back while also leaving a lot of room to grow. Part two really digs into the parts of her story that need resolution- will she be able to commit to the pack through a bond (or bonds) with an alpha? How will Indy's involvement in her life finally be finished? Thankfully, Sigh. And it's over. Lola and the Millionaires: Part Two had me just as riveted as part one. The pieces fit together nicely, as part one sees Lola establishing roots that will help her gain some of her strength and sense of self back while also leaving a lot of room to grow. Part two really digs into the parts of her story that need resolution- will she be able to commit to the pack through a bond (or bonds) with an alpha? How will Indy's involvement in her life finally be finished? Thankfully, Moon doesn't leave us hanging on either of those fronts, and I think that she satisfies both of those questions in a way that left me super happy with how the plot panned out. As far as the relationships go, there's some lovely development on all fronts here. What I liked the most is that the men she was originally most comfortable with, Leo & Rake, aren't just left behind. Lola has room to grow her relationships with the others in the pack- Matthieu, Wes, Caleb, and Cyrus- but she still develops a deeper understanding and connections with those first roots that helped anchor her to the pack. (view spoiler)[As most may suspect, though I'll mark as a spoiler in case there are any skeptics who want to be surprised, Lola does wind up bonding with each of the alphas, and it's just so wonderful. Each of her moments with them are completely unique and tailored to the style of their connection as well as the alpha's other relationships in the pack, and it just feels so satisfying because it seems like Moon left no detail unattended. She doesn't just make these characters and then do what she wants with them; she makes choices that show how deeply she respects the people they are, and she's just so good at creating these cozy, romantic, fiery, and even sometimes funny moments that are perfectly aligned to those involved in the scene. (hide spoiler)] Now, I didn't mention this in my review of part one because my brain was just having too many feelings to deal, but I do want to make a point of saying that the sexy times in both books are just straight fire. Not to mention, and this is going to sound so WEIRD, but I never thought that I would ever describe a fivesome as wholesome. Don't get me wrong, there's all the detail and cock and everything else you could want to make the thirstiest reader happy, but the scenes are also purposeful for storytelling and have an awesome emotional aspect to them where you're like damn, this is hot, but I'm also getting such a case of the warm fuzzies. It's conflicting but in the greatest way because it means that Moon isn't just using sex for the titillating factor (yes, I do have to laugh every time I use that word), but she's using it as a plot and relationship device. #MasterfulStoryTelling Along with the emotional and physical relationships with the pack, Lola's also working on her relationship with Baby and the Howlers. There are these wonderful moments where Lola comes to realize what Baby has with not just her alphas, but the entire pack (even certain snarky betas included), and it's awesome because we get to see Baby and her pack shining in the bond they've created as well as how that positive relationship, that family, can sort of pay forward what they've learned from their successes and failures. Baby has been absent a lot because Lola's working through her trauma, but that doesn't make those girl bonding moments feel any less than the real friendship Moon's created where these two women can help each other deal and become stronger together. Most importantly, Lola's working on one relationship that will make all the difference: her relationship with herself. She makes such huge strides toward the end of the book, and I love that some of them are ones she comes to make/realize on her own, and others are thanks to Baby, the Howlers, and Lola's millionaires. I think it's important to see that this FMC both has her own strength but can still use a boost from others. It's all done in a very smooth way where we can rightfully feel Lola triumphed on her own but also see how she fits into the needs of the pack and how they fit into what she's still lacking. Finally, Indy, the f*cking greaseball. That end is wrapped up quite sufficiently, and I like that although the ending of part two has open doors for more content, his arc is not one of them. He's already left a mark on Lola, and she can continue her journey of self-discovery, self-confidence, and self-strength without needing him physically looming in the background. I don't want to say much more than that because I think that was a really important part of the story to experience through Lola's eyes, and I don't want to rob her (or other readers) of that. Overall, I'm still just so happy. I'm also not too proud to admit that I might have messaged the author begging [demanding?] there be more because there are such squeal-able moments at the end that I just don't want Lola's story to be over. I'm a bit (just a bit) enamored with her and her crew, and I would totally snap up any future novel(las, because I'm understanding that the muse might have other plans in store for Ms. Moon) in a heartbeat.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Claypot_Reads

    I absolutely loved this story. Yes it’s omegaverse. Yes it’s RH. But it’s seriously one of the best love stories I have read. The dynamic between each couple within the pack. What they mean to each other. The amazing character growth and the witty dialogue had me hooked. Not to mention the kindle melting chemistry. It’s got everything!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rachael*Caribbean*girl*bibliophile

    Review at book 1

  18. 4 out of 5

    Belle

    This was my first duet in any omegaverse and i think i was always thinking it was shifters, so I’m still not certain about the bites and perfumes and stuff like that. I enjoyed Lola’s character, and the male characters, even though i think some of the developments (like Caleb and Cyrus) kind of was forced and came quickly. The steam is really well written, but it goes on for pages and pages at times, and there’s multiple times that it’s brought up, which really cut into the plot for me. When alm This was my first duet in any omegaverse and i think i was always thinking it was shifters, so I’m still not certain about the bites and perfumes and stuff like that. I enjoyed Lola’s character, and the male characters, even though i think some of the developments (like Caleb and Cyrus) kind of was forced and came quickly. The steam is really well written, but it goes on for pages and pages at times, and there’s multiple times that it’s brought up, which really cut into the plot for me. When almost every situation is brought to sex, it gets repetitive if you read a book a day like me. I’m glad Lola got her closure and confidence. I wish there had been a bit more of Wes, since she mentions he’s always pushed to the back, and it felt like he still was. I feel like her romantic developments only really came out with Matthieu, who got a lot of the glory. The main conflict was expected but happened quickly. It was an overall good read, i think i just wasn’t sure of what i was expecting overall. Maybe I’ll go back and read Baby’s book since i didn’t before.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brandi

    So happy for some resolution & forever HEAs! Lola wasn't my absolute favorite heroine in the history of heroines (dang, she could get on my nerves at times) but I understand why she was so uncertain about her place in the pack. Buzz & Indy did more than a number on her in the past. Thank gods for the bonding bites that happened during this second half of Lola's story! I only wish that Leo & Rake could've marked her in the same way. But... I do like how they linked themselves with her at the end s So happy for some resolution & forever HEAs! Lola wasn't my absolute favorite heroine in the history of heroines (dang, she could get on my nerves at times) but I understand why she was so uncertain about her place in the pack. Buzz & Indy did more than a number on her in the past. Thank gods for the bonding bites that happened during this second half of Lola's story! I only wish that Leo & Rake could've marked her in the same way. But... I do like how they linked themselves with her at the end so that they shared something unique with one another. (Rake unknowingly but still super cool.) Stinks that it's over (because it's so much more fun now that they're all in sync with one another) but now I'm gonna make my way back to the beginning & Baby's story!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Part Two starts right where Part One ended. For me, it felt like both parts were just one long continuous book. That said, I had to pick up Part Two right as I finished Part One to see what was going to happen to Lola and the pack. This installment sees Lola deepen her connection with the pack, and she finds her place bringing all of the men together. In the end, she faces the demons from her past and comes out stronger for it. This second part ups the ante when it comes to the suspense, and is Part Two starts right where Part One ended. For me, it felt like both parts were just one long continuous book. That said, I had to pick up Part Two right as I finished Part One to see what was going to happen to Lola and the pack. This installment sees Lola deepen her connection with the pack, and she finds her place bringing all of the men together. In the end, she faces the demons from her past and comes out stronger for it. This second part ups the ante when it comes to the suspense, and is just as spicy. Another really fun read!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sarah A

    So lovely, really. There are a lot of steamy moments in this book about Alphas and Betas and Omegas, but there was a lot of love and caring and sweetness and humour as well. I loved this story and am surprised at how much I loved it. I think my feelings are cemented by Lola's mental health journey, coming from a place of fear and moving into a place of joy, with the help of her men and with Baby and her pack of Alphas and Betas (from Baby and the Late Night Howlers). There's a nice message of not So lovely, really. There are a lot of steamy moments in this book about Alphas and Betas and Omegas, but there was a lot of love and caring and sweetness and humour as well. I loved this story and am surprised at how much I loved it. I think my feelings are cemented by Lola's mental health journey, coming from a place of fear and moving into a place of joy, with the help of her men and with Baby and her pack of Alphas and Betas (from Baby and the Late Night Howlers). There's a nice message of not letting society dictate your worth, too. Despite what society or your family or partners or friends might have told you, you are worthy of love and acceptance and beauty and deserve to be cherished. What a lovely message, right? Loved this book and this world. I'm so happy to have discovered this author and series.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlyn

    4.5 Love, love, loved this! I really just enjoyed how much Lola and the relationship with her pack grew. They all cared about her in different ways that complimented each other’s so well, the dynamic was just so great to read about. The smut, amazing. The ending, amazing. Loved this duet lots!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rim

    Ok this one got me. All the tension, drama and relationships in here really had me on the edge of my seat through the whole thing. It was a very satisfying ending, even though I just wanted more

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ren

    4⭐️ *chefs kiss*

  25. 5 out of 5

    ✧ Flinn ✧

    Not as good as the first book, a bit long and boring some times but a great finale for this pack.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Fictional Katelyn

    I couldn’t read the first book and not read the second I needed to know that Lola got her happily ever after and I won’t lie and say that I did not get emotionally attached to the characters in this smutty omega-verse book.

  27. 5 out of 5

    georgia

    Lola deserved! Overall I quite enjoyed this, although, admittedly not as much as part one. I will always be delighted by how deft the author is at exploring the interpersonal relationship dynamics between characters, particularly in something like the omegaverse where packs and love interests abound. This is a consistent strength I've observed in what works of theirs I've read. Unfortunately, this edition to Lola's story feels somewhat unmoored from part one. I understand that there's a lot more Lola deserved! Overall I quite enjoyed this, although, admittedly not as much as part one. I will always be delighted by how deft the author is at exploring the interpersonal relationship dynamics between characters, particularly in something like the omegaverse where packs and love interests abound. This is a consistent strength I've observed in what works of theirs I've read. Unfortunately, this edition to Lola's story feels somewhat unmoored from part one. I understand that there's a lot more necessary emotional ground to cover and I suspect that in light of that, a particular character fell by the wayside.......................Cyrus. Talk about bestie vibes only. His relationship with Lola beyond that of a boss and a packmate just did not read as organic to me. I almost wish the duology was longer, but maybe that's just the part of me that loved seeing all of the other pack members talking. I will continue to manifest an addition that explores female alphas, please join me in this and maybe the energy from our concentrated thoughts will reach the author 👁️ P.S I did cry in the epilogue I love Leo and Lola pls........

  28. 4 out of 5

    ★Me Myshelf and I★

    The bar for smut has now be set impossibly high See review for book 1 https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... Everything apply here too. Awesome buddy read with the girls in Reverse Harem Revolution! We need more of Lola I wouldn’t mind a book 3! The bar for smut has now be set impossibly high See review for book 1 https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... Everything apply here too. Awesome buddy read with the girls in Reverse Harem Revolution! We need more of Lola I wouldn’t mind a book 3!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tashi

    Lollipop Ooooooh I loved this I need more love how they were all so different I need more of this story !!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Missy Brown

    Lola and the Millionaires is a two part series. I am going to include a review for both one and two. I came across this series when I saw part one was out, and I was so thankful that the second one was as well. Lola is a beta. She has been hurt by a pair of alphas that has left her fearful of all alphas. She likes to keep to her self but sometimes she has to find a hookup at her favorite Beta bar. She cannot stand to be touched but sometimes the loneliness gets to her and she has to have the touc Lola and the Millionaires is a two part series. I am going to include a review for both one and two. I came across this series when I saw part one was out, and I was so thankful that the second one was as well. Lola is a beta. She has been hurt by a pair of alphas that has left her fearful of all alphas. She likes to keep to her self but sometimes she has to find a hookup at her favorite Beta bar. She cannot stand to be touched but sometimes the loneliness gets to her and she has to have the touch and release that one night stands give. But only with Beta's. One such night she finds the perfect guy for the night, her need for him great. It is only when she gets a peek at his shoulder that she notices his alpha bite. She panics, he is part of a pack, a pack with an alpha. She leaves, never expecting to see him again. Until she gets a job at the magazine of her dreams. There her life changes. For not only is she living her dream, but she meets her mysterious man and realizes that he could forge a new life for her, with his pack. But there is an alpha from her past, one that makes her want to scream as beautifully for him as she used to, and he will not stop until her gets her back. I literally could not put my kindle down. I was so hooked on Lola and her guys. Her story got me. So first off I will explain that this is not a shifter series. There are Betas, Omegas and Alphas. But they do not shift. Also there is a lot of mm, mmf, and mm with mmf on the side. I am not a huge fan of mm but if done right, it is a turn on. This was done right. Also I have to say that it was such a twist to have a male as the Omega with four alphas. I really liked this dynamic. Lola because of what happened to her, yes if you have a trigger you may be weary of this read, she is scared of alphas. That fear I think is what raises their protective instincts and they from the start look out for her. She needed them but did not know if she was good for them. They let her go at her pace and when they pushed she could push back. There was some running on her part, but as she liked to say she has to take a step back and think about things. She got caught up in her head a lot, which we all sometimes second guess what we do. Now there are two parts, the first one is introducing the characters, and getting the plot going. The second half is her coming to terms that there is several someones who want her for her, messed up mind and all. There are so many levels to this story that I just really could not stop reading. I love Lola and her guys and I love their ending. I have a feeling that you will too.

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