Cuffed: M/M Mpreg Alpha Male Romance


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Special Agent Gabriel Scott is the best that the FBI’s Hate Crime division has to offer. He’s got an impressive record of solved cases on his resume and a brilliant, slippery mind that keeps even the worst criminal minds on their toes. When he comes to Plymouth, Massachusetts, to investigate a series of apparent hate crimes, he quickly realizes that everything is not what it seems. When the town’s prettiest alpha lawyer starts laying it on thick, he knows that something’s definitely not right. So does his temporary partner, Plymouth PD Sergeant Vinnie Curtis.

Vinnie’s lived in Plymouth his whole life. He knows that Plymouth isn’t a hateful place, so he resents the demand for FBI involvement. He’s not sure if he’s more or less upset that said involvement comes in the form of a drop-dead gorgeous omega who seems to be made for him.

Gabe and Vinnie connect almost immediately, and it doesn’t take long before they give in to the attraction that they’ve struggled to ignore. When the ghosts of their respective pasts reach out from the grave to interfere with the case, will history keep them apart or will love conquer all?

This is a 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 50,000 words, has a happy ending and does not end in a cliffhanger. The book does include a bonus chapter for insider's club members. However the bonus chapter is not required to finish the book.

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