Saturday, January 18, 2020

Necessary sacrifices. Read a snippet from PIKA OMEGA PLUS ONE! #MPreg #MMromance #PNR #romance #WeWriWa #8Sunday

Hello and welcome to another Weekend Writing Warriors post!

Thank you to everyone who visited me last weekend! This weekend, I'm continuing with a snippet from the third story in my Shifter Towers series, PIKA OMEGA PLUS ONE. It's an MM MPreg Shifter Romance. The story is finally finished. YAY!! And it has been submitted to the publisher of the other two books in the series.

Set-up: Continuing from last weekend's snippet, Milo is heading to work for the first time after having his son. He has just said goodbye to his son, brother, and nieces.

At the same time, I couldn’t expect my brother’s husband, Thadeus, to financially support me and my son forever. Thadeus and Malone had been kind enough to take me in after I found out I was pregnant. Widowed and a single parent at the age of twenty-three. But Thadeus wasn’t my alpha, my mate. I needed to repay him somehow.

When the bus pulled up to the stop a couple houses down from my brother’s, I trailed on behind the other passengers using the same mode of transportation. They were mostly young omegas who hadn’t been claimed yet, and a few claimed ones as well. On the bus, a couple young alphas sniffed around like they were selecting their choice of delectables from the dessert cart. Yet not one omega gave them the attention they wanted.

I turned my back to them, hoping I still smelled of Daniel’s claim even though it had been over a year since he was killed in a car accident.

Shifter Towers book three

My mate died in a horrible car crash the night after he claimed me. I didn’t know I was pregnant with his child until he was buried in the ground. Luckily, my brother and his family supported me through it all. Now, it’s time for me to earn my keep. I’m going back to work. Not only to earn money, but to have a social life again. Even if just during the hours I’m at my job. Because I’m nowhere near ready for another relationship. Not sure I ever will be.

I moved to Saramto to take a paid intern position at the local news station. My first time living in such a big city. And as the time limit on my contract kept looming closer, I hoped to come across something to keep me here. Nothing did. Until I met Milo and his adorable son. Now, I want them to be mine and I have no desire to leave. But my time is drawing near. While I pray for some miracle to come along and let me stay, I must find a way to tell Milo I have to go.


The first book in the series,
is available in digital and print:
Amazon US | Universal Buy Link

The second book in the series,
is available in digital:
Amazon US | Universal Buy Link

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  1. That is simply a fascinating world you've built! I feel bad for him.

    Good writing! Best wishes on the launch!

  2. Wow, I feel bad for them. I like the sadness of their backstory. Makes me root for them.

    Keep smiling,

  3. You have a way of writing your snippets so well.

  4. This is one smelly bus. Not in the odorous sense, either.

  5. Great imagery of the scene. What a sad backstory.

  6. Congrats on getting the book finished! I really feel the sadness coming off him in this scene, especially in the last line.

  7. Another sad milestone of having to move on with his life. I'm sure this first day back will be a hard one--and the journey itself seems difficult as well. Great snippet!

  8. I like Milo already. Hope he finds his new mate fast!

  9. The line about the young alphas sniffing about the "dessert cart" - awesome. And very visual.

  10. Just the simple act of getting on the bus to go to work tells us so much about him and his world. Nice snippet!

  11. Awww, kind of bittersweet and sad, yet I admire Milo's determination. Lots of good details as always...terrific snippet!

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    1. Things aren't going to be easy for Milo, that's for sure.

  13. You have built an incredible world. I can understand Milo's need to repay his brother for all the help he's given. he trained to do anything? What skills does he have? All questions I'm sure you'll answer. That would make me turn the page.