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The Omega Objection
Book 2 in San Andreas Shifters Series
A werewolf walks into a bar.
Tank is working as a bouncer when he notices something odd about the sexy-as-sin bartender. He’s odorless, he’s amazingly popular with shifters, and he’s terrified.
A man without a smell.
Isaac is trying to escape his past. He hides in San Francisco because everyone knows that there are no werewolves in the Bay Area.
Until one walks into his bar.
Can a gentle werewolf with a trampled heart show a man who’s been running scared that sometimes there are monsters worth running towards?
New York Times best selling author Gail Carriger (writing as G.L. Carriger) brings you the next in her charming gay werewolves series. The San Andreas Shifter books stand alone and do not have to be read in any particular order. But if you’re a stickler this book comes after Bryan & Max’s story, The Sumage Solution.
This book contains M/m sexy times, mild themes of dominance and submission, and horrible puns. If you get offended easily, then you probably will. San Andreas Shifter stories contain bad language, dirty deeds, and outright admiration for the San Francisco Bay Area. Not for the faint of heart or mouth or tongue.
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Isaac Mercer has three problems – a werewolf crush, an angry stalker, and a secret past.
A werewolf walks into a bar and falls in love with a man who has no smell.
Accolades & Praise
The Omega Objection was a Borderlands bestseller.
“The Omega Objection was a sweet, sexy, low angst read that’s entertaining and balances the line between romance and action well about a man who finally finds his place among a bunch of so called misfits and another man who finally understands his worth among a bunch of misfits; it was exactly what the doctor ordered. Carriger has created a world that’s uniquely her own in the shifter-verse that I thoroughly enjoy visiting and can’t wait to see what comes next.”
“I love the characterization of this particular book because it’s about listening; not only to who you are, but who your partner is as well. It’s about finding your boundaries in a relationship and staying within those boundaries.”
“Although the book explores some weighty storylines, such as why Isaac has been hiding from werewolves for so long and Tank’s inability to see his worth to the pack, there’s plenty of humor and romance to balance them out. While this isn’t Max’s show, he still manages to steal a few scenes with his biting bon mots.”