Proud Mary by Liza O’Connor

Hi all,

today we have Liza presenting us the latest story in her Requires Rescue Series: Proud Mary is a difficult story for an amazing heroine. Here’s what Liza tells us about it:

In this story, Mary has babies in her womb from two different fathers, and yes, it is possible. Dogs and cats frequently have pups and kittens from different males of their species. However, normally for humans when this happens, (and it does happen) it will be at a fertility clinic where the equipment wasn’t washed thoroughly between uses and a determined little sperm sneaks in from the prior effort.

However, in Mary’s case, it was a bit different. Her fiancé took her to a bar and got her really drunk, then he took her out in the back and had her against the wall. Then their boss came out and mentioned to her fiancé that his wife was expecting him home.

WIFE!!!!

Mary starts pounding on the cheating, lying scum, but she’s still really drunk. (He doctored her drink.)

Her married ex-fiancé runs off, and evidently her boss thinks since she’ll do one married man in the back alley, she won’t mind doing another. She does mind, and tells him ‘no’ but she’s too drunk and weak to fight him off, so he has sex with her as well. And sperms from both men find their ways to her ovaries and plant the seeds of a baby.

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Blurb.

Mary Mason may have lost her job and reputation, but she has too much pride to allow vengeful women and their manipulative husbands to destroy her life and steal her new born babies. Unfortunately, pride alone isn’t going to save her. When Captain Chad Danton answers a call about a prostitute soliciting at the local library, he discovers a determined woman in desperate need of medical care. Upon hearing Mary’s story, he resolves to help her, not realizing her enemies will join those who wish to destroy his career.

EXCERPT

Captain Proud Mary banner1.jpgMary began with the nurse’s comments that a judge was certain to agree she was an unfit mother and ended by stating her fear she might lose her children. “I was hoping you could tell me if they could really do that.”

His continued frown worried her. “Had they successfully gotten you arrested for solicitation, then yes. Fortunately, I got there first. However, if you’re right about this being Danny’s plan all along, then you’re still in trouble, especially if he and Charles work together as their wives are doing. They can make you out to be as unfit as they want, and with two of them, the judge will probably side in their favor.”

Mary lost the ability to breathe. She felt like a fish out of water, and no matter how hard she gasped, no air would fill her lungs.

Chad stood up and rubbed her back. “Relax, you’re having a panic attack. We’re not going to let them win. You’ve got the chief of police on your side now. I’m going to do everything I can to put a stop to this before it gets anywhere near a judge.”

His promise unfroze her lungs and desperately needed air wheezed into her body. She clung to his chest and sobbed tears of relief.

He patiently held her until she gained control, then stepped away.

She wiped her eyes with a tissue. “Sorry, after the day you’ve had, I doubt your greatest wish was to have a sobbing, pathetic woman clinging to you.”

He shook his head. “You’re not pathetic by any means. You’re amazingly strong. I endured only a small measure of the torture you’ve had today, and I’m exhausted.”

Find Mary and the whole series on Amazon

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5 Comments

  1. This sounds like such a great story! I knew about the multiple fathers because I almost used that device in one of my own books, but it is a fascinating event that does happen quite often when women have multiple partners. Best of luck, Liza!

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