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Camp Lake Omega

Camp Lake Omega - Penelope Peters It was easy to finish the story in one sitting and I did enjoy it and felt it was better put together than the one book I read previously by this author. The story itself was paced well and entertaining, it was easy to get sucked into. Jim is an omega that lost his bonded mate after just a week. When he’s invited back to Camp Lake Omega as a counselor he sees it as a last chance to enjoy himself before his parents urge him back into the bonding pool.

Zachary (Zach) Ito is the camp director for Camp Lake Alpha, located directly across the lake from Camp Lake Omega. He by chance meets Jim when he returns one of the canoes that floated away from Camp Lake Omega. Zach doesn’t realize Jim is an omega since he has a neutral scent. Thinking Jim is a beta Zach doesn’t immediately realize what kind of danger he’s put them both in by allowing close contact. They both can’t seem to stay away from each other and finds themselves crossing paths plenty of times.

I definitely thought this was a cute and sweet read. I loved that Jim was so forward and didn’t give up just because he was discouraged. I love the tension and chemistry both characters had together. I enjoyed learning about the alpha and omegas in this universe and how they differed from each other. I also like that the author tried to touch upon the subject of anatomy, control and pheromones of alphas and omega and the psyche of betas.

A free copy was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.