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Publisher's Summary

Scott Tanner doesn’t panic about problems - he plans solutions - but when he finds himself knocked up with his alpha roommate’s baby, his life begins to spiral out of control. Scott decides all his efforts must go into maintaining the grades for his scholarship, rather than risk his future. He can’t keep the baby; adoption would be more responsible. He refuses to allow his emotions or his omega instincts to keep him from the successful life he envisions for himself.

Australian Luke Loughty takes a happy-go-lucky approach to life, and he always lands on top, which is exactly where he likes to be when it comes to Scott Tanner. When their friends with benefits arrangement results in an unexpected pregnancy, Luke is prepared to roll with the surprise and take on the new responsibility of being a parent, alongside a job, football practice, and school.

When the time comes, Scott forces himself to hand over his newborn baby to Luke and signs away his parental rights. He worries he isn’t doing the right thing for either one of them. Scott might plot and outline every second of his life, but Luke has a plan of his own - a family plan.

This 53,000-word story is the fourth book in the Cherry Hollow series.

©2019 Ki Brightly and Meg Bawden (P)2020 Ki Brightly and Meg Bawden

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A good book that I recommend for Mpreg lovers

Luke's Omega Roommate was a feel good book with a wonderful narrator. I liked the fact that they eventually came together and got their HEA. The narrator did an amazing job on this book and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes MPrg and Omegaverse.

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Omg I couldn’t even listen to this - the author sounds like a creepy drunk uncle . Wouldn’t be fair to review the story

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  • 12-17-20

Good Story

I liked how Luke stepped up to the plate and wanted to take care of their baby no matter what. He was very supportive of Scott even when Scott was scared and thought he was doing what was best for everyone. Good story and I will be listening to the other books in the series. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review.

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Great listen.

This is such a great listen. I really like Luke and Scott's story. It's great to see how these two grow their relationship and in themselves. Guy Verner does a great job with this narration. He brings the story to life. Such a cute story.

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Stunning

I was so excited for this book I loved the story and couldn’t wait to listen to it. The storyline was soo good and interesting. The characters Scott and Luke are soo cute and intriguing together. Loved there adventure to love and there HEA. Amazing series.

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I was disappointed that Scott's mom didn't support him and made him choose between an education and his baby. I empathized with both young men and appreciated the hard decisions they had to make. I liked seeing Luke step up and accept his responsibilities and not giving up on his relationship with Scott. The growth in both young men was admirable A feel good story. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a good job bringing it to life.

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  • Donna Hirsch
  • 01-15-21

Luke and Scott

Luke is an Alpha and somehow doomed with omega Scott, they have been mucking around and Luke helps him through his heat, but the tablets don't work and an unexpected pregnancy results. It is sad that the boys fight and separate, but come together after Sophia is born, love this series. Narration was good, but Aussie accent wasn't the best

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  • Alan
  • 12-07-20

An interesting MPREG character study!

Luke and Scott are college roommates until Scott falls pregnant and they disagree about keeping or putting the baby up for adoption. Although there is a huge focus on the pregnancy, this was also a strong and enjoyable contrasting character study: Luke is a relaxed and laidback Australian who knows what he wants and works hard to get it; Scott is more uptight, someone who tries to plan and control everything to quell his panic about life. It’s easy to like Luke and dislike Scott, but I felt both characters were pretty realistic personality types, and it was heartwarming that Luke could see past Scott’s spikiness to his good points. 🎧 I needed to speed up Guy Veryzer’s narrations to 1.5x, as I found his pacing a little slow to my ear; having done that I enjoyed his voicing of Scott. I think most Australians will find Guy’s Aussie accent for Luke uncomfortable listening at first, he doesn’t hit the right notes, but my ear adjusted and I was able to let it go, especially at the higher speed. ———————— I received a free copy of the audiobook from the author in exchange for an honest review.