New Release – The Alpha's Manny by Susi Hawke (MacIntosh Meadows)

Mpreg New Release from Susi Hawke - The Alpha's Manny! What’s an omega to do when denied custody of his late sister’s baby? Become his manny!
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What’s an omega to do when denied custody of his late sister’s baby? Take the job offered to be his manny!

Dusty Williams has the worst day of his life when he wakes up in a hospital bed after yet another miscarriage, only to receive divorce papers and a call saying that his custody bid has been denied for his newly orphaned five-month-old nephew because his father has been located.

Zeke MacIntosh is a flirty, fun-loving, and happily-single bisexual attorney with zero plans to change the status quo. Commitment? Not this alpha! He never looks back or goes for seconds. Hit it and quit it—that’s his motto. Zeke gets the shock of a lifetime when he’s contacted by social services to let him know that a former one-night stand gave birth to his son… and never told him.

He can’t be angry with her though, because she passed away unexpectedly and left his son behind. When he goes to meet his baby, he’s also introduced to a down-on-his-luck omega—who’s not only in the market for a job, but is also the baby’s maternal uncle, and a perfect manny candidate. Never one to think before he speaks, Zeke spontaneously hires Dusty and invites him to live in their home.

The more time that Zeke and Dusty spend together—the more they learn that they simply can’t stand each other. Dusty’s Mr. Perfect ways drive the alpha crazy while Zeke is an uncouth manwhore with no filter who irritates the omega to no end.

Both men stick it out for one very important reason—the sweet baby boy who needs them both. This is a book about making a family and finding joy after loss. Zeke's large, supportive clan is there to give these two a nudge and remind them about what's truly important… family.

Return to MacIntosh Meadows one final time and spend a little time with the MacIntosh clan. Filled with pushy grannies, multiple pregnancies, cute babies, and kids being kids—this book will hit you in the feels and leave you smiling.

This is the final book in the MacIntosh Meadows trilogy and is about 54k. This book contains mpreg, adults adulting in fun & sexy ways, and probably a lot more pottymouth language than should be used in a book with kids underfoot. 18+ readers only please. Trigger warning for miscarriage and loss of a sibling.

Awesome. Adorable. And a thousand other words of praise for this beautiful story of woe turned to wonderful. Susi Hawke has a way of taking the lowest times in a person's life and elevating them to the mountain tops of victory. If you want a book that will cause you to smile and feel good long after you put it down, I highly recommend The Alpha's Manny.
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Excerpt:

I watched him surreptitiously while I fought my nerves and tried to find my voice to introduce myself. In all my planning to be here this morning, it hadn’t occurred to me what I’d actually say to the man.

He raked a shaky hand through his hair, then dropped into his own seat. He looked tense as could be as he sat there stiffly, the only sign of nerves the trembling hands that rested on his lap as he stared at the floor and chewed his lip.

Between his dismissive attitude toward me, and his obvious nerves, it was evident that the dude was out of his depth. I forgot him for a moment as I jerked my head toward the door to the inner office when it finally opened and a stern-looking older woman came walking out holding my crying nephew.

We both jumped to our feet, but I held myself back reluctantly as Zeke walked over and introduced himself. The social worker strained to hear him over Natty's sobs, instead she seemed to just nod and smile.

Zeke stretched his hands out, and the woman quickly passed Natty over. I felt a little better as I watched Zeke gently greet Natty before bouncing him on his shoulder.

Okay, maybe he would give a shit about his son, at least. Natty kept crying; his entire face was bright red as he screamed, yet the alpha remained calm with him. Zeke lifted him up as though to get a good look at him, just as Natty began to spit up.

He puked right into Zeke's face and down the front of his suit. I burst out laughing, but quickly stopped when Zeke’s head snapped my way as he glared in my direction.

But to be honest, the puke dripping from his frowning face was even funnier. Still, I kept it together as I rushed over.

“Please forgive me, I'm so sorry. It's just that you can't bounce him when he's agitated—he’ll puke every time. Tracy and I learned that the hard way,” I tried to explain.

Zeke's eyes narrowed as if he were seeing me for the first time. “I'm sorry… Who are you?”

The social worker flashed me a pinched-lip frown before she began explaining. “Mr. Williams is Nathan's unc—”

“I'm Dusty Williams, Natty's uncle,” I interrupted, moving closer to them. “Listen, if you wouldn't mind allowing it, I'll hold him and see if I can’t soothe him while you clean up.”

Zeke seem to hesitate for a moment, then almost reluctantly passed Natty into my outstretched hands. While he whipped a handkerchief out to wipe his face, he watched carefully as I calmed my nephew. Natty settled right down once he recognized me.

“Excuse me for a minute, I'll just go see if I can't find you some damp paper towels to help clean that up,” the social worker said before abruptly leaving us alone.

After a long moment, Zeke seemed to thaw a little. “Did you just call him Natty?” he asked with a curious expression as his gaze swept almost hungrily over my nephew before meeting my eyes.

I smiled fondly at Natty who was now cooing happily as he cuddled against my shoulder, his face buried in the crook of my neck. “Yeah, that's what his mother called him.”

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