Family Affair by Aiden Bates

AUTHOR’S BLURB: Matt’s father has been the toast of the New York tabloids for decades. Between his shady business deals, his affairs, and his multiple marriages, Matt’s father gives them plenty to talk about. Matt, however, avoids celebrity as much as he can. He just wants to be left alone to study and to teach.

When Matt’s older half-sister dies without a will, the state decides to award him custody of her three children. They have an uncle who loves them, and Matt didn’t even know that Stephanie had kids, but the judge feels that an omega would provide a more “nurturing” environment than an unmated alpha.

When Kevin’s brother and sister-in-law die in a car accident, the court doubles his grief by awarding custody of his nieces and nephews to one of Stephanie’s brothers. It doesn’t seem to matter that Stephanie hated her family as much as Kevin does; no, this guy’s an omega, so he gets the kids.

Kevin is determined to hate this new uncle, especially when he realizes that this alleged omega has never cared for a child or changed a diaper in his life. It doesn’t matter that Matt is hot; he’s useless just like the rest of his family.

Except… Matt does seem to want to put the kids’ needs first. When he asks for Kevin’s help in shielding the children from his father’s excesses, Kevin can’t very well say no. As defending the kids throws the pair into one another’s orbit, they’re inexorably drawn together.

They soon find that their nieces and nephew aren’t the only ones targeted by Matt’s father’s thirst for fame, fortune and notoriety. Will Matt and Kevin get swept up in an old man’s machinations, or will family and love triumph?

This is an alpha/ omega non-shifter male pregnancy gay romance book. This book contains sexually explicit content not suited for those under the age of 18. The book is approximately 75,000 words, has a happy ending and does not end in a cliffhanger. However, you can receive a bonus chapter to the book if you join my Insiders Club. However, the bonus chapter is NOT required to finish reading the book.

MY REVIEW: This book certainly provoked feelings in me. Which is my favorite reaction to a book. I love Matt and Kevin is annoying, arrogant and rude. But this was a good story. Definitely enjoyable.
I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book.

 

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