Prairie Heat, Prairie Fire: A Prologue [M/M Non-Shifter Alpha/Omega MPreg] (The Shale River Series)

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A thin, smoldering line burns between love and hate.

Kyle Daniels vows never to return to Shale River, not after his best friend Tyler died in the wildfires last year. When his father gets ill, Kyle has no choice but to return home to face his painful memories. Kyle's homecoming is stained by bad blood: he comes face to face with a former friend and the man whom he blames for Tyler's death. Jake. A rugged smoke jumper who has Alpha written across his chiseled features. Kyle wants nothing to do with the handsome firefighter, but upon seeing him after so long his heart tells him something very different.

It had been a hard year for Jake Fournier. He lost his friend and fellow firefighter Tyler to the blazes that consumed the countryside. Shortly after, his childhood crush Kyle left town for good. Jake hears that the Omega is heading back into town to take care of family. His wounded heart skips a beat at this one, last chance to reconnect. How will the Alpha approach his former friend? What will the heartbroken man say to the only Omega that he’d ever truly desired?

As a freak storm boils across the whispering grasslands, wildfires aren't the only thing that heat up. Kyle finds himself working with Jake to save the lives of those he cares about most. Can he trust his former friend? More importantly, can he trust himself around the hunky firefighter in the sweltering heat of the night? Will venturing into the wilderness finally ignite this Alpha and Omega’s long-burning desire for one another?

This edition of Prairie Heat, Prairie Fire is a 7,000 word prologue set in the prairie town of Shale River. It is intended to be read prior to the full novel. It contains an enemies-to-lovers story line, explicit scenes of love and lust between an Alpha/Omega couple, pregnancy risk, filthy language, non-shifter MPreg, and handsome country gentlemen in cowboy hats and tight jeans working their hardest for a happy ending.

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