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Faking a Husband: Making a Family, #1

Faking a Husband: Making a Family, #1

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Faking a Husband: Making a Family, #1

ratings:
4/5 (14 ratings)
Length:
89 pages
1 hour
Released:
Aug 15, 2017
ISBN:
9781540116833
Format:
Book

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When you ask the cute Omega frequenting your cafe to be your pretend-husband for the weekend…

 

Clay

I have my pride as an Alpha and I don't want to be the only unmated Alpha at my younger sister's wedding.

What's an Alpha to do? Well, maybe ask the cute Omega who seems to be in need of some cheering up after his Alpha leaves him.

Nothing should go wrong if I invite him to be my fake husband for the weekend, right?

 

Aiden

After my sister leaves me her three-month-old to look after, I want to be the parent that she can't be for him.

Life as a single Omega parent won't be easy, but I'm sure I can manage. Although, even I can't resist the looks from the handsome Alpha who runs the cafe I frequent, or the way that he makes me smile during this crappy week.

What could go wrong in accepting to be his fake husband for a weekend?

 

This is the first novella about Alpha Clay and Omega Aiden in Making a Family, which takes place in the non-shifter Omegaverse Mates World and contains mpreg (male-pregnancy).

Released:
Aug 15, 2017
ISBN:
9781540116833
Format:
Book

About the author

By day Rosa Swann spends too much time playing videogames and coming up with new ideas for stories, by night she writes sexy stories for the adult public.Sexy men, paranormal creatures, a bit of angst? Definitely right up her street! Rosa Swann writes sexy stories about men, with other men, both in romantic and erotic (and often both) settings.


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Faking a Husband

MAKING A FAMILY 1

ROSA SWANN

AN OMEGAVERSE MATES WORLD ROMANCE

Faking a Husband (Making a Family 1)

An Omegaverse Mates World Romance

2nd edition

Copyright © 2022 Rosa Swann

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Copyright © 2017 ROSA SWANN

All rights reserved. No part of this story may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without express written permission of the copyright holder.


This book contains sexually explicit content which is suitable only for mature adults.

Edition: 20220217


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Contents

Blurb

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

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Blurb

When you ask the cute Omega frequenting your cafe to be your pretend-husband for the weekend…

Clay

I have my pride as an Alpha and I don’t want to be the only unmated Alpha at my younger sister’s wedding.

What’s an Alpha to do? Well, maybe ask the cute Omega who seems to be in need of some cheering up after his Alpha leaves him.

Nothing should go wrong if I invite him to be my fake husband for the weekend, right?

Aiden

After my sister leaves me her three-month-old to look after, I want to be the parent that she can’t be for him.

Life as a single Omega parent won’t be easy, but I’m sure I can manage. Although, even I can’t resist the looks from the handsome Alpha who runs the cafe I frequent, or the way that he makes me smile during this crappy week.

What could go wrong in accepting to be his fake husband for a weekend?

This is the first novella about Alpha Clay and Omega Aiden in Making a Family, which takes place in the non-shifter Omegaverse Mates World and contains mpreg (male-pregnancy).

Get updates about Rosa Swann's books by signing up to the Easily Distracted Media Newsletter:

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Chapter One

AIDEN

Islowly get up out of bed, too sleepy still to really do much, but I know that I need to get up on time for work… I slip into some clothes and get out of the bedroom, walking through the small dining room and into the kitchen.

There, I turn on the electric kettle and slowly walk to the bathroom to relieve myself. I’m not really the best person early in the morning, but after some tea and breakfast, it should be fine. I generally am, I think…

I turn on my laptop in the dining room and make my way back to the kitchen right on time to pour some hot water into a mug with a teabag and prepare some cornflakes as I wait for the tea to brew. I bring both the mug and the cornflakes to the table and sit down, ready to check my social media while fighting to wake up.

As far as morning routines go, it’s probably the most boring thing in the world.

The first thing I hear is a little sound, just a whimpering, coming from my sister Hailey’s bedroom. I don’t pay much attention to it, Hailey sleeps with her young son, Seb, and the little man usually just wants a snuggle with his mum around this time.

I click on an interesting article and start reading as the whimpering increases. I sigh, but Seb’s not my kid, he’s not my responsibility. I can’t keep going in there and help her out all the time, we agreed on that.

When, after a couple more minutes, Seb’s whimpering starts to turn into soft cries, I stand up and walk over to the bedroom, knocking on the door. Hailey, don’t let Seb cry. Please. He just wants a snuggle.

But there is no response from the room, which is not normal, at least not for Hailey. Normal would be for Hailey to yell at me to mind my own business.

But apart from Seb’s cries intensifying, I’m not hearing anything.

Hailey, I’m coming in. I wait a couple of seconds with my hand on the doorknob, but I really don’t hear anything inside.

My heart starts beating loudly and I fling the door open.

Is there something wrong with Hailey? Is she hurt?

But what I find stops me in my tracks…

There, in his little crib, is Seb, all blubbery and crying, his small face scrunched up. But I don’t find the person I expect to find there. No Hailey.

I quickly take Seb in my arms, keep the little kid close, hoping he’ll calm down that way. Because I’m not sure what else to do. I can’t believe what I’m seeing.

Hailey’s bed is perfectly made, her room is the neatest I’ve seen it since we moved in. Everything is cleaned up. Everything is neatly stashed away in closets and drawers and on top of desks and things.

I bounce Seb in my arms a little, the movement calming both of us down because I’m not sure I can believe this. I pull open one of the closets and find nothing inside, well, not much anyway. A lot of Hailey’s clothes are gone.

When I open another closet and some drawers I find the same, there are still some clothes, but more than half of it is gone.

I turn to the other side of the room, hoping to find more clues there, but instead of her laptop being on the desk, there is a letter.

Handwritten, barely readable, with crinkly dots on it that make me think those used to be tears.

Dear Aid,

I’m sorry. I can’t do this. I can’t live like this and take care of Seb.

I can’t have a kid at eighteen. I can’t have a kid and no finished education before my life is even supposed to start. I can’t do it.

I thought I could. I thought I could do it as long as you were with me.

I’m so sorry. I don’t deserve all the help you’ve given me,

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