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Raising an Omega: Making a Family, #3

Raising an Omega: Making a Family, #3

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Raising an Omega: Making a Family, #3

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4/5 (5 ratings)
Length:
80 pages
1 hour
Released:
Sep 26, 2017
ISBN:
9781540177940
Format:
Book

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When your very cute nephew suddenly becomes your son…

Clay
After Aiden was pushed away by his parents for having mated but not married me, I try to cheer him up, even a little, by showing him around my unfinished house.
Only, I didn't expect the feelings I get when I see him walk around the hallways, or when he stands on the balcony overlooking the city…

Aiden
I can't believe it. I can't believe I'm all on my own now. Hailey left, my parents don't want to see me anymore, and I'm standing here holding the baby. Quite literally.
And what about this suspicion that Seb's an Omega, like me?

This is the third part of Making a Family, which takes place in a non-shifter Omegaverse world and contains mpreg (male-pregnancy).

Released:
Sep 26, 2017
ISBN:
9781540177940
Format:
Book

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Raising an Omega - Rosa Swann

Raising an Omega

Raising an Omega

Making a Family 3

Rosa Swann

An Omegaverse Mates World Story

Raising an Omega (Making a Family 3)

An Omegaverse Mates World Story


Copyright © 2017 ROSA SWANN

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


Edition: 20190308


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Contents

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1. Aiden

2. Clay

3. Aiden

4. Clay

5. Aiden

6. Clay

7. Aiden

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Blurb

When your very cute nephew suddenly becomes your son…

Clay

After Aiden was pushed away by his parents for having mated but not married me, I try to cheer him up, even a little, by showing him around my unfinished house.

Only, I didn’t expect the feelings I get when I see him walk around the hallways, or when he stands on the balcony overlooking the city…

Aiden

I can’t believe it. I can’t believe I’m all on my own now. Hailey left, my parents don’t want to see me anymore, and I’m standing here holding the baby. Quite literally.

And what about this suspicion that Seb’s an Omega, like me?

Chapter One

Aiden

The trip back into the city is tense. In the back, Seb is asleep, but in the front I try my hardest to stay together. I try to keep my mind off what just happened. Try to not break down, even though it’s not easy... Being told to leave by my own family. Having my dad turn me away instead of offering to help, it stings. It hurts.

When we reach the edge of the city, I can feel that Clay’s staring at me. Aiden... His voice is soft, careful.

I shake my head. I can’t talk, not yet. I don’t want to think about this, but I know that my dad won’t go back on what he said. I knew that if he found out, this would happen...

I’m sorry. Clay reaches out, putting his hand on my knee, holding me a little.

Why? What does he have to be sorry for?

I shouldn’t have gotten involved in all this. I shouldn’t have asked you to lie about being my husband. I shouldn’t have taken you to the wedding. Then this would never have happened. He sounds so... defeated. I’m sorry.

It’s not your fault. I put my hand over his. Everything was tense from the moment I chose to support Hailey instead of staying at home. This is just... another way in which they show that they don’t actually want to help. They just want to stay perfect, be the perfect family, be the perfect parents, having perfect kids. Hailey broke that image, and now they’re just unhappy. I sigh, leaning back in the chair. I wish it wasn’t, but this is the reality. A reality I’ve been trying to ignore for the last months, a reality I’ve been trying to tell myself isn’t actually true.

No matter what, I’ll be here for you. Clay squeezes my leg and then turns into a direction that’s not my home or the cafe.

Clay? I’m not exactly sure what he’s planning.

Give me a moment. I want to show you something. He starts driving through the streets and I slowly realise the direction we’re going in. This is towards the centre of the city, towards the canals, towards where Clay said his other house was.

I stay quiet as the city passes us by, the little shops, the high buildings, the new and old all together, side by side. I love living here, there is so much history, and also so much other stuff to see. It’s... magical, in a way. There isn’t a corner to turn that doesn’t show you something totally new.

We turn into a small parking lot between multiple buildings and Clay turns off the car. I know that you’re not having a good day, and I don’t know if this is too early or whatever. I don’t care right now. But I do want to show you this. I... He colours a little and looks away. Anyway. Maybe this will cheer you up. He gets out of the car and I’m curious as to what he was about to say. He’s not just being cryptic, he’s unsure of what he was about to say.

Clay opens the back door and takes Seb’s seat out of the car, carrying it in his arms as he waits for me to get out too. So, at least we won’t be going far, I presume. I get out of the car and look around. The small parking lot is surrounded by old buildings that loom over us, I can hear the streets that we just left, but in here, between these buildings, it’s quiet. It’s nice.

Come. Clay takes my hand as he takes me to one of the buildings, to a door that looks old but that Clay opens with just an electronic key fob on his key chain, so much for being just an old building.

The hallway we step into looks nice and spacious. Clay checks his mail slot, but only pulls out some junk mail and stuff like that. He looks at each piece before he dumps it into the box next to the mailboxes. Nothing interesting. There’s never anything interesting in these. He takes my hand again and walks me to the elevator at

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    the end is very romantic i almost cried. every thing was perfect, the caracters , the acts, the words everything. i liked it