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Chapter 100 Fingers Crossed

  • Del’s baby was squishy and adorable. I snuggled him for ten solid minutes before he started to shift, and then she wanted him back. Shifting didn’t hurt babies and little kids because their bodies were so malleable or something I thought that was a stroke of luck for them and something that probably brought peace of mind to a lot of wolfy parents.
  • Watching Zed hold the baby was strange. I was nowhere near ready to have kids, but it did a weird thing to my stomach. Not the nauseous thing it did when I ate things that it didn’t like, but a fluttery thing.
  • When we left, I hugged Del fiercely and told her I better be her number-one babysitter when she was out of the hospital. Zed hugged Rocco—not a dude hug, but a real hug.
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