Henry McBane had a wife. And a true mate. And they weren’t the same person. He once made a terrible mistake and it cost him everything. When he found his wife dead from a group of shifter hunters, he gets work as an enforcer for the Shifter Council in order to bring the hunting club down.
Ajay Orbin has been a prisoner for months, trapped with others as living science projects and held at the whim of a horrible scientist. When he’s finally rescued, he can’t believe it’s by the man he once loved with his whole heart.
Can he find it in himself to forgive Henry? And what happens when he finds himself…pregnant?
Be Warned: MPREG, m/m sex
They stared at one another, and Henry had the impression of free falling. His stomach flip-flopped, his dick hardened, and his bear prowled restlessly under his skin. Slowly, he lowered his head. Much to his surprise, and happiness, Ajay didn’t pull away, even though Henry gave him plenty of time to turn away.
He placed his mouth lightly against Ajay’s, trying desperately not to grab him. All Henry wanted to do was sweep his mate up and never let go. Bury himself in Ajay’s body until his bear was sated and the mating drive had been settled. Right now, the mating pheromones were raging out of control, and it took everything human in Henry to hold back his bear.
He was shocked when Ajay took the kiss to the next level, grabbing hold of his shirt and pulling Henry close. Henry swiped his tongue over the seam of Ajay’s mouth and immediately, Ajay opened up. Their tongues met, danced, twining together to relearn the feel and texture. Before it had all been too rushed, too overpowering. Guilt had been the defining emotion in Henry’s heart. Now, however, it was time to rebuild what they’d briefly had before the foundation had been blown to smithereens. In seconds, passion flared between them, flaring so bright that Henry thought he might burn alive. His cock pressed painfully against his zipper and all he wanted to do was tear their clothes off and sink into Ajay’s tight heat.
The kiss broke and Henry leaned his forehead against Ajay’s, breathing heavily. His bear growled in his head, wanting more, but Henry knew he’d have to be content for now. At least until he and Ajay talked further.
“Good night, Henry,” Ajay whispered.
“Good night,” Henry murmured. “I’m glad I found you again, Ajay.”