Widower Mpreg books rated over 4 stars on Amazon.com
What’s a guy to do when his straight best friend proposes a fake marriage? Just say — Yes!Laurie Adams looked like he had it all, but his marriage was a sham, a Mr. Wrong chosen for all the wrong reasons. When his husband dies, Laurie has no time to s, Laurie has no time to mourn the cheating bastard—his in-laws have decided that Laurie isn’t fit to raise his children and they’ll do anything to take them from him. He’s lost his husband and lost his faith in people, but he won’t lose his children too. So he runs back home to the small farm town he’d left behind a decade ago.
Dean MacIntosh should be the perfect alpha for anyone, but all around town he’s known as Mr. Not-Quite-Right, the last man a woman dates before she finds her real Prince Charming. It should bother him, but it doesn’t. So when his childhood best friend comes running home for protection, Dean has no problem stepping in.
Except when Dean offered to fake-marry Laurie, he never expected the wedding kiss to feel so sweet, and he begins to question the sexuality he once took for granted. From an awkward wedding night to an even more awkward honeymoon, Dean and Laurie find their affection runs deeper than either of them ever guessed. And maybe now is Dean's chance to be somebody's Mr. Right.
This book is over 64k and contains mpreg, adults adulting in fun & sexy ways, and probably more pottymouth language than should be used in a book with kids underfoot. 18+ readers only please.
A haunted omega, a single dad, and the world's sweetest surprise...Music has always been the first love of singer-songwriter Kade Ashton. And it was that love that gave him the strength to defy his family and the cult they belonged to, running away fed to, running away from his arranged marriage to make a life for himself amongst the spotlights. He’s living his dream, until a media scandal derails his career and leaves him hiding from the very public he used to seek out.
But his dream is still alive, and to get his career back on track, he’ll take any job that gets him in front of an audience and helps him pay his bills. Even if it means performing at a wedding in that worst of all terrible places—a small town.
After his husband’s death, Shane is convinced he’s had his one chance at love and that part of his life is over. He has his kids, and they’re enough to keep a single dad on his toes—there’s no time or room for dating. Until he’s asked to host the singer for his cousin’s wedding. First, the sexy omega’s music draws him in, then he meets the omega himself. And he realizes that, maybe, love isn’t just a one-time thing.
Still, their one night together was supposed to be just that, until a positive pregnancy test brings them back together. Can they find a harmonious middle ground between small-town father and big-city star, or are they doomed to lives that are out of tune with their hearts?
Maybe it’s something in the water.Sweet Water, Texas—population 1378—possesses one of the highest percentages of Alphas and Omegas in the entire United States of America. Maybe it is something in the water, but boys get pregnant here. A lot. And regud regular folks have just kind of gotten used to it.
Omega, Hunter Thomas makes his living taking care of other people’s children. He adores kids, and would love to have a whole litter of his own, but he’s been mocked and ridiculed enough to know that won’t ever happen for him. No respectable alpha would ever want the son of a murderer to have his babies.
Alpha, Jake Windmire, is a widower with a five-year-old kid he doesn’t know what to do with. He loves his son, but he has no idea how to raise a child alone. He’s got a ranch to run and doesn’t have time for a kid too. When Hunter comes into his home to take care of Avery, Jake is resistant to the changes at first. This is a working ranch, not some damn daycare adventure park.
But as time passes, Jake begins to see his son blossom just by being around Hunter. And Jake also notices that he likes being around Hunter too. Maybe even a little too much.
This is a sweet and sexy, contemporary, non-shifter love story with mpreg and a HEA ending. Though part of the Omegas of Sweet Water, Texas, this standalone story does not need to be read as part of the series.
If you can't throw your fears away, give them to me.Widowed, pregnant, and mourning his kidnapped son, the last thing omega hawk Benjamin wants right now is a serious relationship. So he seeks comfort in the arms of the one man he doesn't have to wordoesn't have to worry about falling in love with him.
Growing up rejected by the people who love him, it doesn't surprise alpha mountain lion Kurt that Ben doesn't see him as potential mate material, but he's content to give whatever Ben will take, even if it's just sex, and love on Ben's little boy.
When Kurt is injured saving Ben's life, Ben realizes how isolated he'd made himself, and how much he'd come to care for Kurt without even realizing it. But before their relationship can settle, they have to find the man who killed Ben's mate, kidnapped his oldest son, and set fire to their house. But their enemy is more dangerous than they realized, and the lives of everyone they love are at risk.
Healing For His Mate is a 36k word novella featuring a dangerous arsonist building an army of powerful children, a hawk who can't fly, a mountain lion who doesn't know what it feels like to be loved, and the found family of the Outcasts Pack. It is the third book in the series, and will be best enjoyed when read in order. Warning: contains mpreg, knotting, and vortex.
Books in The Outcasts Chronicles
1. Freedom For His Omega
2. Acceptance For His Omega
3. Healing For His Omega
FOUND: An Omegaverse Story(Breaking Free Book Four)A widowed alpha finds something unexpected with a rescued, pregnant omega…Two years after his longtime mate passed away, Senior Constable Isa Higgs lives for his work solving crimes and protecting thlving crimes and protecting the citizens of Sansbury Province—and he won’t admit to anyone that he’s lonely. His three beta sons barely speak to him, he has no real friends to speak of, and his home feels too empty most nights. When he helps free five omega prisoners from a life of torture and abuse, Isa is unexpectedly drawn to one in particular—an omega six months pregnant with another alpha’s child.
Liam Haley lost everything in one single tragedy—his family, his freedom, and his ability to make choices. And then he’s whisked out of hell by an alpha constable twice his age who should terrify Liam, but instead, the man makes him feel safe. Protected. Wanted. But Liam is carrying a child he isn’t sure he wants to keep, and the last thing he needs is to get attached to a widowed alpha who can’t possibly want him back…right?
With Liam pregnant and Isa previously mated, neither man is sure exactly what they’re feeling—only the more time they spend together, the closer they become. And Liam is still sorting through the trauma of his kidnapping, so friendship is their only recourse—until someone from Liam’s past shows up to claim what he believes is his. Now Isa has to choose between letting Liam go, or fighting like hell for the damaged, young omega he’s unexpectedly fallen in love with.
NOTE: This is a non-shifter Omegaverse story with alpha/omega/beta dynamics, heats, knotting, and mpreg. In this world, omegas are second-class citizens with few civil rights and almost no protections under the law. Trigger warnings for physical, emotional, and sexual abuse.
Bax is desperate.Recently widowed, he takes his pups and flees his pack to avoid a new mate who wants him—but not his babies. At Mercy Hills, he finds the help he’d hoped for, but also a man who both attracts and unnerves him. He doesn’t want anotherwant another alpha mate, or even any mate, though he knows that an omega has to have one. But Abel is unlike any other alpha he’s ever met, and the hope that had been crushed out of him begins to grow again in the warmth of Abel’s kindness and strength.
Bax is a dream come true for Abel—smart, loyal, strong, and loving. Everything Abel’s ever looked for in a mate. Except the independent omega has no reason to trust an alpha and Abel’s going to have to work his way through layers of hurt if he wants to convince Bax he’s safe opening his heart.
But to keep him, he’ll have to fight for him.
Approximately 130,000 words in length, with a happy ending, some questions answered, and some hints about what's coming in the next couple of books.