A tale of seduction, selkies, and sushi.
Writing as G L Carriger, New York Times bestselling author Gail Carriger brings her humorous voice to contemporary urban fantasy and gay romance.
Alec is a werewolf with problems – he's unexpectedly alive, he's quite definitely gay, and he's been ordered by the Alpha of his wolf pack to partner up for an investigation with one very flirty merman.
In this sweet little love story, Alec must discover his inner Alpha or suffer the consequences of neurotic ghosts and criminal masterminds with (literal) offshore accounts.
"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." ~ Boy Meets Boy (The Omega Objection)
Contains confused lovelorn werewolves and very pretty ex-Goth mermen who are exclusively interested in each other. May also contain fish, Irish mafia, and a shocking lack of tea.
Perfect for fans of Amy Lane, Lily Morton, or TJ Klune, the San Andreas Shifter stories stand alone and do not have to be read in any order. However, this short story started it all, it's the prequel to The Sumage Solution, The Omega Objection, and The Enforcer Enigma.
Also by G L Carriger
The San Andreas Shifter series (start with The Sumage Solution )
The 5th Gender
As Gail Carriger
The Curious Case of the Werewolf that Wasn't
The Finishing School series (start with Etiquette & Espionage)
The Delightfully Deadly novellas
The Parasol Protectorate series (start with Soulless)
The Supernatural Society novellas
The Custard Protocol series (start with Prudence)
The Claw & Courtship novellas
A cute fun fantasy m/m short story
I loved this short when I first read it years ago and have re-read it at least 3 or 4 times. It's just a story that makes me smile and revel in a merman and a werewolf getting together. Now it acts as a lovely prequel to the even better "The Sumage Solution." Read it. Both of them.
Fun spicy read!
Another great dollop from Gail. I really wouldn't a longer version of this.
Good short read
Oh man that was too short. I love that it did move fast paced but I care about the characters now and wanted more to read. The flirting is cute and not over scandalous pretty PG-13 not rated R stuff. I am happy that Gail is writing more based on this series. It's very uncommon pairing of sea creatures and werewolves. But I like it.