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The Omega's Muse

Wolves of Gypsum, Book 3
Narrated by: Zachary Zaba
Series: Wolves Of Gypsum, Book 3
Length: 4 hrs and 6 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
4.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Henry
 

Packs equals pain. That was drilled into me since I was a child, and honestly, I’m glad to be rid of mine. I’ve lived the life of a lone wolf for years, writing my way into enough rent and grocery money to live all over the country...albeit in as many backwoods, out of the way places as I can find.
 

I didn’t come to Gypsum thinking it would be anything special. After all, I didn’t want to find my alpha. I just needed to finish my next book. But with trouble brewing in town and my muse deserting me when I need it most, an unexpected connection with Jim might be my lifeline...or my undoing.
 

Jim
 

I’m only in my 20s, but I’ve got empty nest syndrome - hard. With both of my brothers wrapped up in their own lives, I feel like I’ve been left at loose ends. And losing my job hasn’t exactly helped in the "get out and keep myself busy" department, either.
 

A chance meeting with Henry is enough to prove how captivating an older omega can be. Getting to work with him as an assistant is enough to keep me on my toes. But finding out he’s my mate? That’s a twist I never expected.
 

It’s clear that Henry is running from his past. I can only try to be the safe place he can land. But with hunters combing our woods and out of control alphas drawing attention to themselves, I’m afraid that safety and Gypsum might not be synonymous any longer....

The Omega’s Muse is a mpreg shifter audiobook featuring an eager alpha, a disgruntled omega, and one guaranteed happy ending. Each audiobook in the Gypsum series can be listened to in any order.

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Another Fine Book for this Shifter Series

This third installment of the Wolves of Gypsum series is another great story. The concern of illegal hunters in the area is a carry over from Book 2, and continues to face that challenge.

Jim, a local alpha, lost his job and is looking for work. Henry, an author who has a difficult time meeting his deadlines, needs an assistant. These two characters have nothing in common. How can they work together? It's pretty amusing.

Between the MC's trying to live their lives, there are real problems facing the town of Gypsum. Leaning heavily on human tourism, anything dark, dangerous, and wolfish needs to be kept under control. Not so easy when opposing political factions don't necessarily have the town's best interests at heart.

Narrator Zachary Zaba has a great voice for shifters... low and kinda growly. He's fun to listen to, and adds major characteristics to the story.

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Finding more than just love

This is a wonderful story about Henry an older omgea trying to finish his latest book and Jim a twenty something alpha in need of a job. Henry hires Jim as his assistant and not only does Henry finish his book but he finds his fated mate and a pack family where he belongs.
Narrator Zachary Zaba has a beautiful voice but his narration would've been better if there was some vocal differences between the characters.

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Love the story

I love the story. It’s never easy to leave your comfort zone but this story shows that good things can happen when we’re brave enough to try new things and meet new people. While the narrator did an overall good job, there were times that his voice seemed to become monotonous with little emotion. I enjoyed the story so much though that I’ll still listen to it again.

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  • Gwen
  • 09-16-19

Jim finds his omega...

Henry has come to town to finish his book. He has trouble finding his muse. He finds Jim, a young sexy Alpha he takes home. It was a one and done. Or was it? I liked that the Alpha was older, a bit jagged against pack. Jim is young but not afraid to love. They work well together even when Henry struggles with it. A nice romance with a bit of an edge.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-10-19

life's a work in progress

Really liked this book. The narration could do with some work. This doesn't spoil the story.

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  • Rebekah
  • 09-06-19

Brill

I really enjoyed listening to this book as Henry has hit a writers block and is told to get an assistant so he hires Jim. It starts to help but Henry has a lot of old baggage to do with his old pack and all that comes out when he talks to Jim about it. They have problems with a member of one of the packs. Being around Jim has brought Henry closer to his wolf than he has been for years and they work out their problems to be together as fated mates.