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My Pregnant Boyfriend (My Boyfriend is...,…

My Pregnant Boyfriend (My Boyfriend is..., #4) (2014)

by Elizabeth Monvey

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This most recent volume in the “unusual boyfriend” series was a little different from the three first ones. Before, there was always a human who faced the fact his boyfriend was some sort of a supernatural or otherworldly being. In this story, there is Ethan, who is a cat shifter, meeting Peter, another cat shifter - except Peter’s cat is thought to be extinct. And since Peter is the last of his species, and his true mate is male, Mother Nature, or the god of shifters, or whoever is in charge, has to come up with some sort of solution not to let that happen. And, with all the magic bouncing round in shifter books anyway who is to say that is not possible? I certainly found it a very amusing idea which is executed in an entertaining way.

Ethan lives on his own for very good reasons, but he is lonely. So when he finds another cat shifter in his territory, one who is being hunted, he approaches with the intention to help. But when he discovers that Peter is the last surviving member of the saber tooth species, he is determined to keep him alive. That determination soon turns into admiration and more—but the hunter who is after Peter won’t give up. Not that this stops Ethan from wanting Peter with him.

Peter has been running all his life. So have his parents, grandparents, etc. For them it has become not just a way to survive, but a way of life. He feels the attraction to Ethan and wants to stay, but he is scared and has no idea how to make it happen. When nature intervenes and he becomes pregnant, much to his and Ethan’s shock, the game changes and Peter decides to learn some new skills. Like how to stand up for himself and his yet-to-be-born cub, and how to build a home with the cub’s other father..

If you like stories with straightforward plots, fun characters, and don’t mind a somewhat simplified and idiotic villain, if two cat shifters fighting for their life and needing to adjust their world view sounds like fun, and if you’re looking for a read that is entertaining, and hot at the same time, then you might like this short novella. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
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