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Loving Kit

by L.M. Brown

Loving Kit - L.M. Brown
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Logan McRae never expected to see two aliens when he woke from cryogenic sleep. He has lost his ship and his people and he questions whether he has lost his mind. As he gets to know Halor and Kit he realises he might just lose his heart as well.

Logan expected to wake on the spacecraft Mercury, ready to pilot the ship down to New Earth. Instead he comes out of cryogenic stasis to find he is on another ship with two alien beings, neither of whom can understand anything he says. Unfortunately, they are all the help he has if he wants to find his people and resume his journey.

Kit doesn't know what sort of creature he has accidentally purchased, but it is definitely male and isn't so very different from him and his lover, Halor. The language barrier might be a problem, but Kit knows the language of love doesn't always need words.

Prince Halor of the Hawk Clan has always been reluctant to expand his nest beyond himself and Kit, but it is obvious from the start that his feline lover is attracted to their unexpected guest. Halor will do anything to give Kit the happiness he deserves, even invite another man into their bed.

Logan has no idea that Kit isn't quite like other men until their passion results in unexpected consequences. Now he must choose between his mission and the two men who have given him everything he ever wanted, as well as things he never dreamed of.

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Kit rubbed against Logan and purred loudly. "We were just talking first. Logan is worried he might come between us."

Halor approached them and took a seat beside Logan. "Does your species only have the capacity to love one other being at a time?"

"What?" Logan replied.

"Do you have siblings?" Halor asked.

"He has a sister," Kit replied before Logan could say anything.

"Your mother loved her and you, and presumably your father—or fathers, if you and your sister didn't share the same parents. Right?"

"Yes, I guess, but what does that have to do with our situation?"


Halor held out his hand for Kit, who climbed onto the sofa, squeezing in between them. "Each of us has the capacity to love, not just one other but many—our parents, our siblings, or most of them, anyway, our friends and our lovers. If Kit were to fall in love with you, it would not mean he loved me any less. Likewise, if you were to come to care for me, it doesn't stop you from developing feelings for Kit, as well."

"You believe it's possible for three people to all be in love with each other at once?" Logan asked. He had heard of such relationships between humans, though he had never met anyone who was in such a ménage.

"I have seen it many times," Halor said. "My people, as you'll have heard, have nests. Mine, until now, has been comprised of myself and Kit alone, but most of my kind have much larger nests. My father's nest has seven women in it plus two men. My mother is the queen. If she were any species other than a hawk herself, she would have the role of Prime Beak, but as she's a hawk, too, she takes the title of queen. My father loves all of them—or he claims he does, at least—but the larger the nest, the more risk there is that one or more of the members will be neglected in favour of another. I don't wish anyone in my nest to feel they've been put aside while another takes their place. Nests that grow too fast fall apart as the occupants fight for the attention of the owner. I don't want that. I love Kit and he is my Prime Beak, but that doesn't mean I can't love another, as well."

Logan nodded. "What did your brother mean about felines being Prime Beaks?"

Halor snorted. "My brother believes in the purity of the nest hierarchy. Hawks at the top, lesser birds below, and other species at the bottom."

"And felines below that," Kit added. "Whores are generally ranked lowest in a nest."

"I guess there aren't many feline Prime Beaks, then?" Logan guessed.

"None," Kit confirmed.

"One," Halor amended as he stroked Kit's fur. "In this nest, all are equal, but when we're on Hawkri, there are, unfortunately, formalities that we have to adhere to. No matter who joins this nest, whether it's you, Logan, or even another hawk, Kit will always be Prime Beak. This nest will never include someone who won't accept that. Can you live with a feline outranking you in the eyes of my people?"

Logan nodded. "I would never want to come between you and Kit."

"You wouldn't be," Kit said. "You'd simply be joining us. I don't understand all the avian hierarchy myself, but I can promise that if you do join us, we'd all be equals, just like Halor said. It might not seem so to outsiders, but I would be Prime Beak only in name."

"You might think that, but I believe Halor would disagree."

Halor smiled. "I'd like us to be on an equal footing, too. It might not work here on my planet, where the nest hierarchy is so ingrained within my people, but off-world, our nest is our own concern and each of us deserves to be equally loved by the others."

"That sounds good to me," Logan said.

"Then you'll consider staying with us?" Kit asked. "Because we really want you to." Kit slipped out of Halor's embrace and knelt between Logan's legs once more.


About the Author

L.M. Brown is an English writer of gay romances and all male ménage romances.

She believes mermen live in the undiscovered areas of the ocean. She believes life exists on other planets. She believes in fairy tales, magic, and dreams.

Most of all, she believes in love.