Title: The Omega’s Physician (Bundle of Joy Series #1)
Author: Kenna Grace
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: May 19, 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance, MM mpreg romance
Length: 60, 000 words/260 pages
I’m ready for a baby, but haven’t found the right alpha. Most of them are alpha-holes, and I’m tired of waiting. I don’t expect to meet a great guy when I go in to discuss my options to get pregnant without a partner, but one of the doctors in the practice is hot and seems different from the alphas I’ve met in the past. I risk letting Donovan in and start thinking about a future, but then he ghosts me. He doesn’t return calls or messages, so I give up, figuring it’s over—until I find out I’m carrying his baby. He seems to want to be involved with our child, but how can I trust him again?
Lachlan is the perfect omega. I get close way too fast, at first ignoring my personal rule of doing no harm to my own heart. Watching my fathers’ marriage splinter has left me wary of involvement, and I don’t do long-term. When I realize I’m falling for Lachlan, I run until I find out I’m going to be a father. I only have a few months to convince Lachlan I can change, and figure out how to do that, while watching out for my omega and our unborn child.
It is a standalone story.
It was only a few weeks later that I really noticed that my pregnancy was starting to show. When I got out of bed, I rushed to the bathroom feeling the now daily nausea starting to rise up. When I was sure I wasn’t going to be sick, I tossed on some sweatpants and an old baggy shirt. It was the only thing I had in my closet that still fit.
Just then, the doorbell rang. Slowly, since it was the only speed setting I seemed to have anymore, I made my way down and opened the door. “Oh, Donovan. I didn’t know you were coming over.”
“Hope you don’t mind? I brought some breakfast.” He held out a brown bag and a tray with two drinks. “It’s just tea, in case you were wondering,” he added when he noticed I was curiously looking at the cups. “Mint tea. It should help with the nausea.”
Playfully, I pretended to roll the idea around in my head. “Well, I guess that depends on what you brought over for breakfast.”
Donovan gave me a smirk. “Bagels with cream cheese and salmon.”
“I guess I approve,” I joked. Standing to the side I let him walk inside before I shut the door behind him.
He followed me into the kitchen and took a bagel from the bag and put it on the table with one of the teas. “How’s our little dude doing today?” he asked, looking down at my baby bump, which I was rubbing a hand over.
“Still fussy in the mornings, but what else is new? According to everything I read, though, the nausea should be ending soon, so at least I have that to look forward to.” I took a seat at the table and took a bite of the bagel. “What do you have going on today? Not that I don’t appreciate you coming by.”
Donovan took a seat next to me and grabbed the other tea from the tray and took a sip. “Nothing really. Hence why I decided to stop by. What about you?”
I shrugged. “I didn’t have anything planned, but thinking about going to the mall for a bit.” I put my bagel down and motioned to my outfit. “Sweatpants seem to be the only thing that fit me anymore, so figured I’d do a little shopping. I at least want to look presentable for when I have to leave the house.”
He let out a laugh. “Well, I think you look great.” He took a sip of his tea.
His comment made me blush a little. “Thanks.” I hesitated for a moment before continuing. “I wouldn’t mind some company if you want to kill some time.”
“I’d love to,” he said almost immediately.
Donovan’s enthusiasm made me smile. “Would you mind driving? I’m getting a little tired of having to adjust the steering wheel. Seems like my bump is getting bigger every minute.”
He let out a laugh. “Sure,” he agreed. “As long as I get to pay for the outfits.”
“You don’t have to do that, Donovan,” I contested. Donovan cut me off before I could continue.
“I mean, I’m the one who got you pregnant after all. Buying a new wardrobe for you is the least I could do.”
Well, I couldn’t argue with that. Reluctantly, I agreed. “Fine, if you insist. “
Donovan gave me a wink and took another sip of his tea. “I do.”
When I finished eating, Donovan picked up the trash and tossed it in the garbage while I washed my hands. “Ready to go when you are.”
I followed behind Donovan and locked the front door behind us. I rolled my eyes when he opened the car door for me. He got in the driver’s side and turned on the car.
“Hope you don’t mind, but I read a study where music apparently helps with child development during pregnancy,” Donovan said. He reached into his pocket and grabbed his phone and plugged it into the auxiliary cable. After adjusting the knob on the dash to play the music from his phone, he unlocked the screen and clicked on a playlist.
I couldn’t help but laugh as soft classical music played over what sounded like a whale call. “Well, not my typical driving music, but you’re the doctor.”
Donovan chuckled. “You know, I didn’t listen to the music before I bought it. I’m not sure what I was expecting, but it definitely wasn’t this.” He reached back towards the cord to unplug it.
“No, it’s nice. I’m sure the baby loves it,” I said, putting my hand on top of his to stop him. Just as I did, I felt a wave of electricity run through my body. Quickly, I took my hand off his and put it back down on my lap.
He gave me a smile. “Well, alright then.”
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About the Author
Kenna Grace is a small woman with a huge personality. By evening, she can be found writing, reading, and getting lost in her wild imagination.
In her other life, she’s a behavioral analyst and devoted partner, but writing about men falling in love and their happily-ever-after is so much more exciting!
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