Ryan is clumsy, frequently makes mistakes, and is now working for the four hottest alphas he’s ever met.
Ryan’s opinion has always been that it’s better for him to leave a job rather than be there long enough for his bosses and coworkers to realize how incompetent he is. At least he still has his dignity if he exits on his terms.
His latest job? Executive assistant at a consulting firm. However, he quickly realizes that he’s in over his head. The company is too big, and his job too important. It’s only a matter of time before he makes a critical error. But with the previous assistant leaving, he feels compelled to stay—at least until they can find somebody more suited to the role.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, his four alpha bosses are all incredibly hot. And the longer he’s there, the more he wants to stay. But it’s a matter of when, not if, he screws up, and he can’t bear the thought of disappointing the four men.
What’s an omega to do when his desires outweigh what he knows to be the right decision?
Executives’ Omega is a 30k word, non-shifter, MMMMM, mpreg, omegaverse romance