His First Family by Victoria Sue

Title: His First Family

Series: His First

Author: Victoria Sue

Genre: Contemporary

Length: Novella (172pgs)

Publisher: Victoria Sue (January 21, 2019)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: 💖💖💖💖💖 5 Hearts

Blurb: Thrown out and thrown away.

Lorne Austen—on the very day his alpha’s youngest children were fifteen—was told to pack his bags and leave the only real home he had ever known. Heartbroken and alone he takes shelter from the snowstorm with other stranded travelers, miles away from the family he had always considered his.

Doctor Jonathan Owens has personal reasons for never wanting to mate an omega, but all his good intentions are tested to the limit when he meets Lorne. After spending the night together he is devastated to find Lorne has vanished without a trace.

Soon enough, Lorne discovers the impossible has happened and he is pregnant. But the law says unmated omegas cannot keep the babies they give birth to. Eventually, realizing something is badly wrong with his pregnancy, he goes to the clinic and comes face to face with Jonathan again.

All Lorne has wanted is a family he won’t lose. Jonathan has spent years making sure he never needed one. Faced with the real danger that the babies won’t even survive long enough to be born, can these two find love and the strength they need in each other or will their differences always pull them apart?

ISBN: B07N16H845

Product Link: Amazon US | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Shorty

Review: I absolutely loved this story about Johnathan and Lorne. Lorne’s situation broke my heart yet at the same time I had hope for these two. I realize Lorne was leery of trusting anyone but he should have asked Johnathan about certain things instead of just believing a conniving woman’s word.

These two struggle with a dangerous pregnancy as well as those who would cause trouble between them. Still it was a wonderful story of hope and love in a world where doubts are prevalent. I do want to know more about Cal and Shay and how their lives turn out considering their situations.

Fantastic read and highly recommended.