- File Size: 4118 KB
- Print Length: 134 pages
- Publication Date: July 18, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073TZTYT7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #352,510 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Camp Lake Omega Kindle Edition
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There’s no danger here from unbonded alphas and Jim won’t be getting his next estrus until the end of the summer. That’s when there’s a danger from alphas who might scent him and lose their minds in lust. Across the lake is another story—that’s where Camp Lake Alpha is located and the head of the camp is Hottie McHot Alpha – aka Zachary Ito—tall, “incredibly sexy and delicious-smelling,” muscular, in short—everything an omega might want all wrapped up in a sweet package. And when Jim first meets him, Jim wants him. And what has he got to lose? Neither are attached and this might be Jim’s last chance for a fling before his parents insist he find another mate when he returns home in the fall.
Through a series of unexpected circumstances, the two do eventually get together and since Zach wants no part of being bonded, committed to one person, tied down, etc., they decide to simply have a fling for the summer. Is that even possible when the two consistently spend time together, enjoy each other’s company and find sex to be more than just getting off? It’s worthwhile to simply buy this story and find out.
I enjoyed the world the author built for this story and am a bit saddened that this is a standalone. I would love to see more in this universe. I also enjoyed the bits of humor and sidebar comments the author sprinkled throughout. It made the characters more realistic and endearing and by the time I reached the epilogue, which was a treat in itself, I was feeling very good about this story. It had just enough heat, just enough humor, and just enough creativity to make it a solid four stars. I highly recommend it to MM romance lovers.
I loved, loved, loved Jim and Zach. When I read the description I was a little skeptical about whether I'd enjoy the story I mean - summer camp? I thought end up being cheesy but then I saw that it was written by Penelope Peters and I was totally on board. She wrote another book that I took a chance on and thoroughly enjoyed - A Christmas Caroling - so I was stoked to have the opportunity to read another of her stories. She didn't disappoint.
Jim and Zach had great chemistry and the interactions between them were engaging. I loved that Peters peppered the book with humor and just enough angst to make me an invested reader without making me depressed. The supporting characters, from the other counselors to the kids, were well developed and added to the story in meaningful ways without being intrusive. I also loved the world that Peters built, that both males and females could be alpha, omega, or beta. She had a real diversity of characters in terms of ethnicity and personality type and I appreciated that. I also really loved the sweet ending.
This story tugged at my heartstrings, made me warm with the feels, and made me laugh out loud. I'd highly recommend it.
The book blurb tells the story a lot better than I ever could. We have a camp named "Camp Lake Omega" where only omegas attend with betas as cousenlors. Jim, has attend this camp, for most of his childhood. Now, he gets to be a counselor, an anomaly; since betas only were counselors.
He meets Zach, a director, for the camp accross the lake for unbonded alfas; something new to Jim. They meet, and Jim is attracted to Zack but his body is not "sending out signals" as an unbonded omega due to a loss of his bonded mate 3 years ago: They were only together for a week before he died; leaving Jim bonded but not this world Penelope Peters created, which is different m/m omega stories out there, she defines the different "types" of omega: from mated, unmated, mated with death of mate. Poor Jim falls in this catagory. He devises ways to hookup with Zack. We have the normal pranks of campers, secondary characters having "fun" between both camps. I will stop now not to give out anymore information.
This is a very entertaining and fun read. It is light, humorous and satisfying for summer read This is a first book i read by her and I will be looking for her in the future. I liked the way she writes, her sentence stucture and her word usage. The one thing I really didnt like was her "conversations to the reader" threw me off of the story. Another tidbit threw me off was the use of mom for one of the male MC"S. I would have liked it to be longer and more fleshed out. Again i would recommend this book for those who likes m/m omega stories would be worth your time to give Penelope Peters' Camp Lake Omega a try.
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Is this book the best? No. But it is a quick summer read - literally give yourself 3 hours and you will definitely finish the book.Read more