Waiting in the Wings by Coyote Starr

Two alpha dragon shifters find their omega third as they all rehearse Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet.'

Waiting in the wings

One alpha dragon…
Meets another alpha dragon…
And can’t even see the omega who’s right by his side—the one who’s been loving him for years.
Unless they realize they all three belong together—and always have. 

I had found my calling at the Vale Valley Repertory Theater. Not as an actor—my plans aren’t that grand—but as a stagehand.

I’ve worshipped Aidan since I met him. When Tyson joins the cast, it’s all I can do to contain my lust. If only they’d realize I’m here, watching them. Waiting in the wings.

Hooking up with another alpha dragon is playing with fire. As much as I adore Tyson, I’m afraid his passion for me could burn out overnight, leaving me heartbroken and alone.

And if I stick with Tyson, I might never get the chance to pursue the quiet warlock stagehand, an omega I’ve had my eye on for months now.

When I took the role in the February play at the Vale Valley Repertory Theater, I never expected to meet not one, but two of my soulmates there. But what will we do when this play is over and our lives change again?

And what will we do if that pregnancy test Brent just took is positive? If we can figure out how to stay together, will our love take flight?

Genre: FICTION / Romance / LGBT / Gay

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal / Shifters

Language: English

Keywords: Alpha/Omega romance, shifter romance, gay shifter romance, Mpreg romance, m/m/m romance, gay romance, Mpreg

Word Count: 25,000

Sales info:

This book is the second book in the holiday romance series set in Vale Valley. The first is Omega It's Cold Outside. It's a M/M/M book featuring MPreg, and I usually sell the equivalent of 1000 copies of those books during release week. This one releases Jan. 29, 2019.

Sample text:

1. Brent

The first time Aiden noticed me was the day I prevented the scrim from crashing down on his head in the middle of rehearsal.

I had done a walk-through of the backstage area of the Vale Valley Repertory Theater, checking for anything that might cause a problem.

As a stagehand, it was my job to make sure things ran smoothly.

As a magician, I felt like it was my job to use my powers—slight though they might be—to keep everyone safe.

And if I spent part of my time watching Aiden and Tyson, two of our leads in the play and coincidentally, also both alpha dragon shifters, then it was nobody’s business but mine.

When I say it was the first time Aiden noticed me, I don’t mean he didn’t know I existed at all. After all, we’d work together for almost six weeks by that point. He knew my name, he said hello to me, a couple of times he even laughed at my jokes. But everyone knew he and Tyson had a thing going. So I had simply watched the two of them from a distance.

And oh, dear God, they were worth watching.

Dragon shifters are gorgeous. Even in their human form, they always look like they’re about to take flight, to breathe fire across a field of enemies and leap into the sky.

The thought of it made me want to leap with them.

I spent more time than was probably wise imagining the two of them holding me between them, taking turns pumping into me, before they shifted and lifted into the air, holding me close.

Just the thought of it made me shiver and have to adjust myself to keep from flaunting the hard-on it gave me.

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Already translated. Translated by Christiane Jost
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