Two Mates

Two Mates

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Ray By Pay_Ray Updated Feb 15

CHAPTER 10 AND 13 ARE MARKED PRIVATE BY WATTPAD. FOR YOU TO BE ABLE TO READ THEM YOU WILL NEED TO FOLLOW ME FIRST, THEN ADD THE BOOK TO YOUR LIBRARY. THEY WILL NOT SHOW UP IF YOU DON'T, OR IF YOU ADD THE BOOK FIRST THEN FOLLOW.  I APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE, THIS WAS NOT MY DOING. :(

This book involves manxman sexual contents if you don't like that sort of thing or not of age to read such, then I suggest you not even open this book. 
Adult content and strong language, 
that means...  lots of cussing and lots of sex. 

This is a gay romance.... .


LewisxLynnardxVincent,

 Vincent a vampire, Lewis an Alpha werewolf, and Lynnard, well... I cant tell you everything now, can I?

Things are about to change for the three.

They will face challenges and have to over come the fact, that poor Lynnard, is both Vincent and Lewis's mate.

How can one mere human handle a both a beastly wolf and a needy vampire?

Will Lynnard be able to handle them both?

How will they handle having to share Lynnard?

What will this mean for the three?

Well I guess we wont know till I start writing it

  • gay
  • lgbt
  • mxm
Asiyahxo Asiyahxo Jul 25
Tu j'adore  is the how u say i love you
                              Je t'aime means i like tou
C je vous ai enfin trouvé , but we say vous when we re talking to someone in respect like a teacher , the principle , an older person ... We dnt say it to our lover or crush or friends , 
                              So tge correct way is : je t'ai enfin trouvé
catherineoue catherineoue Apr 22, 2016
It isnt "j'ai enfin trouvé vous" its "je vous ai enfin trouvé"
DcLovesMagicStick DcLovesMagicStick Jul 13, 2015
woah you learned that just by following him. it sounds like srcaism but it's not.
bubble_gum75 bubble_gum75 Jun 01, 2015
i'm your fan cause you're plain human and that makes you special...hahaha
dantesaristotles dantesaristotles Mar 25, 2015
did you know that "dammit I'm mad" is spelled the same backwards and forwards