Based on Flona’s novel, with the same name.
Born as a non-dominant Alpha to a noble family, Carlyle feels strongly about having an obligatory relationship with an Omega, so he receives counseling. The counselor encourages Carlyle to sleep with another Alpha to overcome these strong feelings. Carlyle, who didn’t want to have sex with another Alpha, met Ash while meeting his partner. Ash had kissed Carlyle six years ago on New Year’s Eve, but he doesn’t remember.
After his encounter with Ash, Carlyle begins to develop new feelings. What will become of their relationship?
The dynamic between Alphas and Omegas is typically driven by desire, with Alphas longing for Omegas and vice versa. However, Karlyle defies the conventional mold of an Alpha. He isn’t driven by an insatiable thirst for every Omega he encounters; his preferences and experiences are more intricate. Yet, when Karlyle faces troubles in his sex life, his doctor suggests an unexpected solution: try engaging with Alphas instead of Omegas. This proposition strikes Karlyle as peculiar, but he trusts his doctor’s expertise and decides to give it a chance. That’s when Ash enters Karlyle’s life, seemingly out of the blue, and with each passing day, Karlyle finds himself increasingly preoccupied with thoughts of Ash. Their relationship defies easy categorization—they are more than friends, yet not quite lovers. How can one define this complex bond that continues to evolve between them?