After how much I enjoyed Brigg's last Alpha and Omega novel, I was disappointed that this one was more like the first full-length novel in the series, in that the author seemed to be more in love with the idea of the dynamic of the relationship than in telling a story.
This time Charles and Anna are called to Boston on a serial murder case, partially to soothe Charles's tormented soul. (Finding a killer is better than being a killer.) I think some of the trouble for me is Briggs's omniscient narration. I know it's called Alpha AND Omega, but I'd really rather just follow Anna/Omega's voice. Sometimes Briggs even throws in some minor character, which may seem necessary for the storytelling, but I think she could find creative ways to handle those challenges.