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George is finally getting ready to discuss adoption with his husband. Leon, unfortunately, can take a lot of time to warm up to an idea. Meanwhile, George has been having disturbing dreams of medical procedures on an alien spaceship, and soon after that he starts experiencing strange symptoms. It isn't long before his baffled doctor gives him a diagnosis - George is pregnant!

With the pregnancy comes a whole host of new issues. George must fight to manage both Leon's expectations and those of the doctors. Then there's the puzzling issue of the baby's origin. He's determined to make things work for his growing family, though, because nothing is more precious to him than the bun in his oven.

©2016 Julian Clearwater (P)2016 Julian Clearwater

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  • 02-05-2017

Its okay

The narrators voice its just a turn off for the the story just doesn't match for me, maybe try a younger narrator

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