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Publisher's Summary

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 need to be listened in any order. But if you're a stickler, this book comes after Bryan and Max's story, The Sumage Solution

Delicate Sensibilities? 

This audiobook 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.
 

©2018 GAIL CARRIGER LLC (P)2019 GAIL CARRIGER LLC

What listeners say about The Omega Objection: The San Andreas Shifters

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  • 2019-05-22

Wonderful

I loved this. Tank and Isaac are lovely and sweet, and it's great to see old friends. I can't wait for Judd and Colin's book, and I really hope Lovejoy and Mana get a book, too.

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  • Gunhild
  • 2019-05-22

Beautiful

Gail Carriger is my absolute favourite contemporary author. I have read or heard every one of her books at least twice, and I always hope she will write more. She is original, insightful and amazingly imaginative. The main characters in this book are a perfect example of that. I will go so far as to compare miss Carriger to Jane Austen, in that the inner struggles of her characters are engaging, touching, amusing and believable. I have completely ignored my family for the ten hours it took to hear through this book. Please give us more!

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  • 2021-02-22

Outstanding

This story was not only beautifully written, with engaging characters, but also outstandingly narrated . The narrator truly brought both characters and story to life.

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  • Jack K Hagen
  • 2021-02-20

Excellent!

Awesome!
Thoroughly enjoyed it!
I'm recommending this entire series, and the author as well!
Weeeee!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2021-02-07

A hidden treasure

Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou! So often Gail writes about the value of overlooked traits. calm, prrsence, caring for others and that briken does not mean hopeless. They really come to the fore in this series and I adore that. Tank is such a treasure and Issac is a delight. love it!

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  • Amy M
  • 2020-06-01

Loved it

Loved this recording. The book was already fabulous but the narrator added even more depth.

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  • M.L.L.
  • 2020-03-17

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For some reason in this book Marvin, raised in Boston and California, suddenly has a British accent.

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  • travis
  • 2020-01-26

Better than the last, but still not the best

The last book in the series was nothing but a porn novel with almost zero plot. This one was much better. The plot was pretty solid, but it still had just so much sex in it that it still made for a weak plot. There was a lot more, but it still seemed a little weak for the amazing books that Carriger has written before. Better, but still disappointing. More thought on the plot next time please.

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  • L. Hubertus
  • 2021-05-06

Delightful, funny, sensitive, hot

My only complaint is that I've stayed up way too late several nights in a row because I can't stop listening to these wonderful stories.

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  • Elena Ripley
  • 2021-05-01

An excellent continuation of the Pack story

Before I listened to this, I went back and read the prequel short story, Marine Biology, which introduces us to Alec and Marvin. I'm very glad I read it instead of listened, because the audio version was narrated by someone other than Kirt Graves and I didn't like his voice as much.

This book takes on new protagonists who are pack members who've already been introduced. I really love Max and was hoping he'd make more of an appearance in this one, but even though his part is minor, he still shines as only Max can. Isaac is another complex character and the author does a really good job of fleshing out all her MC's. Isaac and Tank are a perfect pair. The sexual energy between them is brilliant.

The narrator is excellent as always.