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Angering an Alpha: Making a Family, #6

Angering an Alpha: Making a Family, #6

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Angering an Alpha: Making a Family, #6

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Length:
88 pages
1 hour
Released:
Nov 7, 2017
ISBN:
9781386670018
Format:
Book

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When you find that if you get pushed to the limit, there is a different side to you…

Clay
I can't believe what happened to Wes, and it brings into stark contrast the danger not only he, but also his kids are in. And, by extend, Aiden and the rest of my family…
I need to find the man responsible. I need to protect my family!

Aiden
Seeing Wes, seeing his pain… I hurt for him, but I also know that he needs help. Because when he opens up to me, the world turns a little darker and I find so much more pain…
Pain that I need to get him away from!

This is the sixth novella about Alpha Clay and Omega Aiden in Making a Family, which takes place in a non-shifter Omegaverse world and contains mpreg (male-pregnancy).
Author note: This novella includes conversations between Wes and other characters about abuse and miscarriages.

Released:
Nov 7, 2017
ISBN:
9781386670018
Format:
Book

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Angering an Alpha

Angering an Alpha

Making a Family 6

Rosa Swann

An Omegaverse Mates World Story

Angering an Alpha (Making a Family 6)

An Omegaverse Mates World Story


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: 20190308


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Contents

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Author Note

1. Clay

2. Aiden

3. Clay

4. Aiden

5. Clay

6. Aiden

7. Clay

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Blurb

When you find that if you get pushed to the limit, there is a different side to you…

Clay

I can’t believe what happened to Wes, and it brings into stark contrast the danger not only he, but also his kids are in. And, by extend, Aiden and the rest of my family…

I need to find the man responsible. I need to protect my family!

Aiden

Seeing Wes, seeing his pain… I hurt for him, but I also know that he needs help. Because when he opens up to me, the world turns a little darker and I find so much more pain…

Pain that I need to get him away from!

Author Note

This novella includes conversations between Wes and other characters about abuse and miscarriages.


Chapter two specifically mentions Wes’ miscarriages as part of an ongoing pattern of abuse.

These are horrible things to happen and my heart goes out to everyone who has ever had to deal with these situations, either directly or indirectly.

I did not go into this with a light heart, and I let the story take me where it went, even to the dark places, as happens with every story that I write. I can promise you that there will be a happy ending for Wes, just like there will be for Clay and Aiden.

Chapter One

Clay

Ican’t believe this.

I can’t fucking believe this.

I look at Wes, at the way he’s curled up on the bed, the way his breathing hitches and his eyes fill with tears. I thought we finally got him out of the bad situation, away from his Alpha, away from the pain and the fear. But this... How could this have happened?

I hear Aiden, Zeke and Felix leave the room, closing the door behind them, leaving me alone with Wes.

How? I don’t get it.

Wes closes his eyes, shaking his head just a little. I... His face distorts in pain and I reach out, carefully putting my finger under his chin. Wes fights me for a moment, but then allows me to move his head to the side. There are even red spots on his neck. Hands. The bruises become more visible, turning from pale to a darker red, not yet the blue-ish purple they’ll likely go in another few hours, they show a set of fingers wrapped around his slim neck.

I step back. My first instinct to hurt someone, to go out and find the asshole that did this to Wes. But I know that I can’t do that. I need to contain my anger. He... I look at Wes, at the way he cowers under my gaze, and I’m about to explode. That fear setting off all my protective instincts, but also the need to destroy whatever made him fearful like this in the first place. I need a moment. If I don’t... I may break something, or hurt someone I love. And right now... I can’t let that happen. I can’t be that guy. I need to be the protector, not the revenger.

I step out the bedroom. Aiden, Zeke and Felix are standing in the dining room, waiting for me. Zeke is carrying Evan, the little boy visibly upset. Their eyes are all on me, but I shake my head.

I’m going to go for a walk. I’ll be right back. My voice is like gravel. I stalk away, out of the apartment, down the stairs and out of the building. There, I walk along the side of the building until I find a more secluded spot where I can hide, away from people’s eyes.

I lean my back against the wall, slamming the side of my fist against it, trying to keep myself under control. Trying to contain the anger by creating a counterpoint.

Wes’ Alpha attacked him. He followed him and attacked him, right when we thought he was safe. I thought I felt helpless when we brought Wes here. But now, this is so much worse. I’m not an aggressive person, but each time I think about Wes... I want to do something bad to his Alpha. Something worse with every piece of information that I get. There is just no way that Daxton should be able to get away with this, treating Wes like this... No way.

I slam my hand into the wall again. Fuck.

I just can’t believe this. Today was supposed to be happy and good, but now...

My phone buzzes and I grab it, it’s a message from Aiden. ‘Wes needs to see a doctor. He may not want to, but he really needs to. Urgently.’

I look at the words, it takes a moment before they sink in. Wes is in bad enough of a state that he needs to go to the hospital. I can’t freak out right now. I need to take care of Wes first, before I do anything else. Or before I do something stupid. ‘On my way.’

I make my way back, taking deep breaths, forcing my mind to focus on one thing first, getting Wes the help that he needs, if he wants to or not. I don’t care about his financial situation or any of

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