Red Ribbons (The Forgotten series, #1)

Red Ribbons (The Forgotten series, #1)

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Banana Queen By AnnaMLKoski Updated 11 hours ago

(PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS EMPTY)
[Waiting to be edited]
Book one of The Forgotten series. 
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An Omega must do as an Omega is told. 

The lesson had been burned into her brain since she was ten years old. A nineteen year old girl who does not know her name, her birthday or her parents. All she knows is what has been beaten into her. The Omega's Mantra.

An Omega must do as an Omega is told.

One moment changes everything. It sends her life spiraling into chaos and ruin and pushes her closer and closer to death. A simple rejection, a half severed mate bond and the order to tell no one what has happened.

An Omega must do as an Omega is told.

A red ribbon for banishment and a blue eyed man calling for justice as she makes her walk barefoot in the snow. Cold winds tearing at her skin and the howls of the wolves waiting for her beyond the tree line but she still moves her weak body forward at an Alpha's command.

An Omega must do as an Omega is told.

Being saved will always come at a price and the girl Alpha Lawrence affectionately called Mary Mary after her favorite nursery rhyme, has paid the price a hundred times over. Now she must be taught that 'Once an Omega' doesn't always mean 'Always an Omega' because family can be found at the darkest of times and not all Omegas need to do as they are told. 

Trying to work through the mess of her mind, she tries to discover who she is under the cloak of Omega. Drowning in her memories and her anxiety, she struggles to find solid ground before her problems pull her under completely, smothering her cries as she fights for normalcy.

Get what? Say it, asshat! My fist will have a debate with your face over it after!
Monkeyfake Monkeyfake Nov 26
Okay he seems okay until you realize he still treats her like garbage in front of others and keeps her as an omega
Sigh, no matter how many books I read on wattpad, I'll never read an extraordinary series such as this one. #rr
Oh phew! I thought he was telling her to leave and I was about to reach into my phone and slap him!
That came out of nowhere and I'm holding my breath as my heart starts to crack 😶
He reminds me of Anne's father in Tarnish by Katherine Longshore. He was manipulative amd he called her "his clever girl" like she was a possession.