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Friday, January 4, 2019

Book Review: The Omega Objection: The San Andreas Shifters by G. L. Carriger (Gail Carriger)

The Omega Objection: The San Andreas Shifters
by G. L. Carriger (Gail Carriger)
November 4, 2018
317 pages
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 bestselling 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 need to be read in any order. but if you're a stickler this book comes after Bryan & Max's story, The Sumage Solution.

Delicate Sensibilities?
This book contains M/M sexy times and horrible puns. If you get offended easily, then you probably will. San Andreas Shifter stories include blue language, dirty deeds, and outright admiration for the San Francisco Bay Area. Not for the faint of heart or mouth or tongue.

The Omega Objection is the second book in Garriger's gay paranormal romance series The San Andreas Shifters. I really enjoyed book one The Sumage Solution and was looking forward to more stories set in this world. The series is full of snarky humor, warm and fuzzies, and representation. You find all sexualities, races (human and supernatural), and genders.

I loved Issac's character. Poor guy has spent his whole life on the run and disconnected from his wolf. He is an omega (this is not a/b/o story...if you don't know what I'm talking about it don't worry) A very rare occurrence and something all werewolf packs want and even kill for. And when it comes to sex, he wants to be in charge. Tank is a "...demigod-mountain-werewolf-dream-creature..." Issac's words. He has no rank in the pack and sees himself as just a grunt. And when it comes to sex, he's a sub all the way... put the two together... hubbahubba.

There are a lot of characters to keep up with in the SA pack. But each one is fun and essential to the pack family dynamic. The story moves at a fast pace from the POVs of Issac and Tank. And as expected in a house full of shifter men it's all about the rooster (euphemism) jokes. My favorite line from Tank "Come to the dude side, we have 🐓." (insert four letter word for rooster) 

Already looking forward to Jude (pack enforcer, no one knows how old he is) and the emotionally fragile and broken Colin. Both have secretive pasts and you can bet they will collide in a spectacular way.

4 "🐺🐓+🐺🐓=🌈🎆" Sheep


About the Author:
Gail Carriger is the author of over a dozen New York Times Bestsellers, her latest is The Sumage Solution written under the pen name G. L. Carriger. Almost 20 books later and she still gets excited every time she sees her book in a bookstore or library, and she still loves Drinks with Stuff!

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