Evan Zenas and Seth Trivos are now a couple. After a rocky start, things are finally the way they should be in a nice, loving relationship, until something happens to Seth. After visiting the doctor, both men are shocked by the prognosis. Seth is pregnant and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Now their relationship sets a new course. Will it survive the new change? Breeding Seth is the second book in The Agency series. As part of a continuing series, it’s best read in order for maximum enjoyment. I really enjoyed this one better than the first. The flow is well contained, so it’s a more cohesive story. Evan and Seth are settling nicely into their relationship when Seth starts to feel sick. He finds out he’s pregnant, now they must deal with significant change in their lives. I’ve read many M-Preg books so I have no issues with the male pregnancy them. It’s done a little different here but overall I was intrigued. The main and secondary characters work in perfect harmony to deliver a very engaging read. I look forward to book three.
The Agency, 2
Evan Zenas and Seth Trivos had a tumultuous start to their relationship which has finally mellowed out. But now, something is wrong with Seth. Concerned for his health, Evan convinces his boyfriend, Seth, to see the doctor, and the prognosis is alarming.
Seth is pregnant.
The mystery is how. Not only is their relationship at stake due to the life altering news, but so is Seth's life.
Be Warned: mpreg, m/m sex, public exhibition
“I guess my basketball gut isn’t a gastrointestinal problem after all. Though a baby would explain the movement and fluttering I’ve been experiencing.” Seth shook his head. His cheeks lost their color, and he wrung his hands together. “A baby. Me. I-I-I don’t know how this could be. Zen, if I’m dreaming, pinch me or something so I can wake up.”
“I’m sorry, love.” Evan stroked the back of Seth’s head. “You’re not dreaming. This is real.” Evan’s heart went out to the man he loved. They’d talked about what could be wrong and had glossed over what they’d do if Seth’s issue had turned out to be x, y, or z. But a pregnancy? Neither of them would have ever imagined that being the problem. And Seth wanted to go to term with it. His boyfriend wanted to keep the child. He looked at Doctor Hayes. “It is real, right? I mean this isn’t some kind of twisted dream or alternate reality that we’re in, is it?”
“I’m afraid not,” the doctor said, keeping a level gaze upon the two of them. There was no hint of guile in his serious expression. “We’re all very much awake and present. Mr. Trivos is most certainly pregnant.”
Seth’s gaze darted to Doctor Adams, then Doctor Hayes, and back to Evan. “Oh God, Zen. You’re right. I should have been more concerned about what was going on with me much sooner. What about all the prenatal care I’ve not done? Has my neglect put our child in danger? What if because I’m a man carrying her, there are genetic or chromosomal defects? What—”
“Seth.” Doctor Adams interrupted, lifting and pushing her hand toward the floor a few times as if to say, calm down. “Everything is fine. Your baby is fine. Your blood work came back completely normal. It is all as it should be. Remember, there have been women who never knew they were pregnant until they had the baby, and the child was fine. You and your little one will be okay.”
Taking a deep breath, Seth nodded. “Sure. Sure. Everything’s okay.” He breathed deep again. “I’ve always dreamed of having a girl, someone who’d be able to pal around with the boys and then be completely feminine as well.” Seth paused.
Alarm shot through Evan as he watched Seth’s fingers dig into his swollen abdomen and turn white along with the rest of his skin. “Seth! Is something wrong?”
Seth shook his head. “No, I feel fine. I just think… No. I don’t think. I know how this happened.”
In Breeding Seth, we meet Seth and Zen again as we follow up on their relationship. They are now a loving couple but for the past three months, Seth has been undergoing some physical changes. Zen is very worried that his lover is very ill. So they've gone to see a doctor. The doctor gives then a very unexpected news. Seth is pregnant. This raises so many questions especially how is it possible for him to be pregnant? They can't think of how it would've happened until Seth recalls their camping trip three months ago and a weird dream he'd had. It turns out he was abducted by clown-bunny aliens. That bit was kind of freaky and funny. LOL. A good thing from their camping trip was the outdoor sexy scene between these two. Another steamy one.
Wow! Great story, great action. A little bit scary. This is a short romance that continues from the first book The Encounter and it definitely leaves a small opening for the next book. The two men, Seth and Evan, are a couple and after a camping trip in the woods, Seth begins to experience sickness. Tumor? Cancer? Nope, baby. WTF? Evan had his own experiences with alien abduction and now has to help his partner. But is Even in on why this happened to Seth? A wonderful short story that can be read as a single read, but should be read as a sequel. Two thumbs up!