Aiden needs a mate, or his dreams of launching his startup go up in smoke.
Aiden has been working on his meal replacement shake, LifeFuel, for years while finishing up school. He's been using the funds provided by his wealthy parents to fund his enterprise, but they've laid down the law: find a mate in three months, or we pull our support. Aiden's not against the idea of mating, but he doesn't think it's fair to ask someone to split their attention between them and his business. And although his dads are the result of an arranged match, they're one in a million. He doesn't trust anyone to determine his future happiness like that.
Chris is having the worst year of his life.
When Aiden asks him to pose as his boyfriend for one dinner party at his dads', Chris is more than happy to play along. The pretend date highlights what a joke his relationship, if you could call it that, is with his somewhat-boyfriend, Will. He ends it, recognizing it for the dead end street it is. The next morning he finds out his apartment building has been condemned and to top it all off, he's pregnant.
It seems like the perfect solution.
Chris needs a safe place to stay and Aiden needs someone to parade in front of his parents without actually mating them. But in close proximity, the pheromones fly, making it hard to resist the attraction they already feel for each other. Chris doesn't see how anyone can accept him and his child, and Aiden considers himself married to his work. As the lies they tell others and themselves build up, will they be able to uncover the truths so they can claim their happy-ever-after?
His Pretend Omega is a 50,000 word novel with no cliffhangers that can be read as a standalone. It features a very pregnant omega, doting grandfathers, and lots of bedroom time.
Cafe Om, Tome 2 : His Pretend Omega
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