During the week Simon Seymore is a good little bookmobile librarian. He lives and breathes his job providing library access to the rural towns south of Grayson City. But every weekend he heads to the bar in search of another alpha to go home with. If he preps himself beforehand, they never have to know his secret: Simon can't slick.
Omegas who can't slick can't have children either, and alphas aren't accepting of that. At twenty seven, Simon's learned that relationships simply aren't worth the risk. It's better to focus on his job, and stop dreaming about the mate he's never going to have.
Art Hitchens buried the love of his life five years ago. At forty five, he has no intention of chasing after omegas ever again. But when a bookmobile librarian shows up in his hometown and gives him a wild proposition, Art feels alive for the first time in years.
Simon may be too young for Art and slow to trust after being rejected so many times, but Art feels a need to take care of Simon that's impossible to ignore.
The Bookmobile Baby is a 48,000-word May/December romance with knotting, MPreg, BDSM, and a nurturing Dom. It's the second book in the Nerds Who Knot series, but it stands alone.
Rating: Five cups
Simon has a heart of gold. He runs his little bum ragged trying to help out the tiny little towns with the bookmobile, off the books, of course. His boss's heart is more concerned with money than the literacy of the poor town.
Art is going through the motions of living but he's not doing much living. He expects to live without love for the rest of his life after his mate died. Simon changes things.
If you don't know, I LOVE age gap. I don't know why, I just do. Doesn't matter who is the alpha and who's the omega either, I've read some lovely young alphas with older omegas. Just. Give. Me. Age. Gap. And. I'm. Happy.
I loved this book so much. Simon and Art are hot as fuck together. FYI, they do it IN THE BOOKMOBILE! Yeah! I love that Simon isn't the perfect omega and Art is 100% okay with that. Art accepts Simon. We should all remember we don't have to be perfect to be loved and accepted, even in books.
What Amy Bellows does best though? Balancing angst. I'm an angst wuss. I don't like being sad. Reading is my escape, my happy place! Amy's books always have the perfect balance of angst. She'll hit you with it, hard. If I didn't cry, I sure felt like it. Yet, she doesn't let it linger too long. I don't have to wallow in the sadness so I get depressed (I've literally been put into a down mood from a book, I had to watch my fave happy movie to get out of the funk). She replaces the sadness with happiness as it should be. I adore this series! Read it if you haven't, you won't be disappointed! I am anxiously awaiting the next book!!
Hi. My name is Jordan K Prince. I live and breathe MM fiction. I am particularly fond of mpreg; I can never get enough. I'm in the process of writing my first MM novel, mpreg, of course.