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Marriage, Love and a Baby Carriage

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Marriage, Love and a Baby Carriage (2016) C.S. Poe

Marriage Love and a Baby CarriageTheodore Reinhart’s convention in San Diego is not what he was expecting.

I was attending a singles’ convention for special people like me to find their forever penguin partner. But after I paid the attendance fee, got a hotel room, and booked my flight, I found out it was specifically for guys and gals.

This story is hilariously over-the-top. It’s about gay penguin shifters. It’s adorable.

“My name’s Theodore Reinhart, I look like a rainbow puked on me, and I’m a gay penguin— Magell— attending a meet and greet for straight folks.”

Theodore is a mess, arriving at the convention with lost luggage and only the suit on his back.

“Good plan,” I told myself. “Better plan: ditch the coat.” I took it off, only to realize it tied the ensemble together. Without the jacket adding to the plaid and stripes to show I’d purposefully mismatced, I looked like I’d gotten dressed while blindfolded.

Did I mention this is ridiculous? It’s ridiculous. It’s fated-mates and love-at-first-glance.

I thought a walk on the beach after this would be nice.”

“Can you read minds?”

“Am I reading yours?” he countered.

“Plagiarizing it,” I answered.

It’s utterly marvelous and I completely adore it.

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Rating: 8.5/10

Categories: 8.5/10, Fantasy, LGBT, Romance, Sexual Content, Short Story, Supernatural     Comments (0)    

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