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To Love and Protect His Omega - Justice Brothers Omegaverse - cover

To Love and Protect His Omega - Justice Brothers Omegaverse

Quinn Michaels

Publisher: Enticed By Books Press

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Summary

Gunnar swore to serve and protect, but he couldn't save the omega he loved. Will a sick kitten give him a second chance at love? 
Police Detective and single dad, Gunnar Justice swore an oath to serve and protect, but he couldn't save the omega closest to him. Now he's raising his 8-year-old daughter alone. But when his daughter adopts a sick kitten, will a hot veterinarian with his own secrets offer a second chance at love? 
Pursued by a relentless stalker, omega veterinarian, Liam Chandler, packs up his entire life and moves across the country to start over. He has lost faith in romance and instead devotes his time to saving his animal patients. But when a handsome alpha detective and his daughter come into Liam's exam room with a kitten who needs a miracle, will Liam give romance a second chance? 
Can these two men overcome their pasts to make a family together? Even as a final threat from Liam's past threatens not only their relationship but their lives. 
To Love and Protect His Omega is a single dad m/m Omegaverse romance with mystery, action and all of the feels. 
If you love Omegaverse romance that keeps you turning pages into the wee hours of the morning, start reading To Love and Protect now!

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