Chosen by a Wolven

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Chapter 42

Melissa was curled up on Trenton’s lap, feeling sleepy and content after pleasuring her man.

“You should go home and sleep now, little momma,” Trenton whispered.

“Mm… but I don’t want to leave you,” she murmured. “I was thinking about making some calls and telling everyone the news. Or do you think it’s too early to do that?”

He grinned and kissed her forehead before saying, “No, I don’t think so. How about we tell my parents first?”

“Sounds like a plan.”

Trenton pulled the phone closer, putting it on speaker as he dialed the number.


“Hi, Mom.”

“Trenton, honey, is everything alright?”

“Yeah, Mom, everything is good. Is Dad close by?”

“I’m right here, son,” Dad said.

“Well, Melissa and I have some great news. We’re expecting a little one, well, actually, we’re expecting three little ones,” Trenton told them excitedly.

Kay squealed. “Oh, Henry, did you hear that? Grandbabies! Wait… three?”

“Yes, ma’am three,” Melissa answered with a laugh. “My Dad was a twin and I think my granddad was too, so multiples run in my family.”

“Three children right off. Son, I’m glad I’m not in your shoes, but congratulations,” Dad said. “You let us know if you need anything.”

“Yes, Trenton, anything!” Kay added. “Melissa, dear, do you have a due date yet?”

“Not a definite one, just a general, “it could be between this date and this date”,” Melissa stated, hoping they wouldn’t ask for too many details. “My doctor told me that with me having more than one it’s a bit harder to tell because they could come early.”

Melissa knew her pregnancy would be shorter since she was wolven, she just wasn’t sure by how much. With Trenton being human both she and Landon were flying in the dark.

“Oh, I believe I’ve heard that somewhere. I think I also read that sometimes the woman must be put on bed rest toward the end of the pregnancy. If you should have to do that, dear, just let me know and I’ll come to stay with you if I’m needed,” Kay told her.

“Thanks, Kay.”

“I’ll come down there in a few weeks and we’ll go shopping, or you could come here,” Kay added excitedly.

Trenton tensed. To reassure him, she murmured, “Trenton, by then I’ll be old news. It’ll be okay.”

He nodded. “I’ll call you later, Mom, Dad.”

“Love you, son,” his mom said.

“Love you too, Mom,” Trenton said before hanging up. “Lisa and Stella next?”

Melissa nodded and dialed the number.

“Hello?” Lisa answered.

“Hi, Lisa.”

“Melissa! How is married life treating you?”

“It’s all good and going to get even better ‘cause Trenton and I are adding to our family in roughly seven months,” Melissa informed her excitedly. Since Lisa already knew about the wolven side, she didn’t mind telling her about the seven months’ thing.

“Oh, Melissa, I’m so happy for the two of you. You’re going to be such a good Mommy, but I’m confused… seven months? I know it’s not been almost three months since you had your heat.”

Melissa began to explain how wolvens were different. “So, we know I’m showing further along than I should be, but other that, we’re going to have to play the pregnancy by ear.”

“Ah—gotcha. Well, either way, it’s all good.”

“Oh, and we’re having triplets,” Melissa said and waited.

Then it happened, Lisa let out a yelp then practically screamed, “Triplets!”

Trenton and Melissa both laughed. “Yeah, three babies for you to love and be an aunty too.”

“Oh, wow! I- I am… speechless!” Lisa stuttered. “How do you feel about that, Daddy-to-be?”

“I am incredibly happy. I know they’re going to keep us busy but… still, I’m excited for them,” Trenton informed her has he rubbed Melissa’s belly.

“Tell Stella for me?” Melissa inquired.

“You know it, and you let us know if you need anything,” Lisa said.

“I will love you, my heart sister.”

“Love you too.”

Melissa hung up with a happy sigh, leaning back against Trenton. “I know we have a lot of things to do before the babies get here, but I’m so excited, I can hardly wait!”

“You and me both.” Then, kissing her on the shoulder, he said, “Now let’s go tell everyone else important to us.”

Melissa stood, as did Trenton, and they left the office to do exactly that.



“My back hurts,” Melissa whispered, her voice pained.

Trenton was propped up against the headboard reading while she laid with her head in his lap. He’s been running his fingers through her hair and she was content to enjoy his touch until her back started to ache. At her words, his hand moved down, and he began massaging her lower back.

“Is that better, little momma?”

“Mm… oh, yes,” Melissa agreed right before one of the babies kicked, making her grunt. She was now close to the seven-month mark and had been mostly bedridden for the last couple of weeks. She’d gotten extremely big, fast, and they were now sure all the babies were going to be wolven.

Uncle Landon had done an ultrasound, so they knew we were having two boys and a girl. He’d also mentioned she could go into labor any day now when he’d come yesterday.

“Mom called me this morning and said she and dad will be here tomorrow,” Trenton said as he continued to rub her back.

“Mm… Lisa called too. She said she and Stella plan to come in the next day or two. Oh, and Sonia came to visit today. She said yesterday was her last day of work and she’s on maternity leave now. I guess she and Landon have been talking though about her being a stay-at-home mom.”

“Well, from what you’ve told me that seems to be the wolven way.”

“True,” Melissa agreed, giving another grunt as she felt another kick. Rubbing her belly, she frowned, that one felt different than the kicks normally did, not really like a kick at all. “Um… Trenton, I think… I think I might be going into labor.”

His hand stopped its movement. “Are you sure?”

“No, but my back has hurt all day and what I thought was kicking I just realized didn’t feel like kicking and…” Melissa moaned as another pain shot through her. This time there was no denying that it was something besides a kick. “Nope, not a kick.”

Trenton shifted around and grabbed his phone from the nightstand. “I’m going to call Landon.”

Melissa nodded, grunting as another pain went through her stomach. She began to whine as her wolven howled inside, letting Melissa know she was ready to give birth to her babies. “Trenton, my wolven says they’re coming! Tell him to hurry!”

“Hi Landon, the babies are coming! Okay… see you in a bit,” Trenton said before hanging up. “He’s on his way, little momma, just hang in there.”

Trenton hated to see Melissa in pain, but he knew when it was over, they would have their babies to hold and love. So, standing up, he helped her turn in the bed so that she was propped up and comfortable against the pillows. Then he headed to the kitchen to get her some ice chips and unlock the door, so Landon could get it. Once that was done, he walked back into the bedroom.

He noticed Melissa’s eyes were now the red and amber of her wolven. “Hey, baby, are you doing okay?”

She whined and held out her arms.

Sitting down on the edge of the bed, he pulled her to him and gently ran his fingers through her hair. She continued to whine into his shoulder, her breathing almost a pant as she worked through her contraction. Her body had just begun to relax when he heard the kitchen door open and close.

Turning, he saw Landon was standing behind him in his wolven form. He grunted a greeting and Melissa grunted back.

“Okay, I need to be able to understand at least one of you,” Trenton mused, then saw there was another wolven behind Landon. “Um… I’m guessing that’s Sonia?”

Landon gave a nod. Then there was a strange pulsing in the air and suddenly Landon and Sonia were standing there as human.

“Next time warn a person,” Trenton muttered as he quickly looked away.

“Okay, now tell me, how long has she been having contractions?” Landon asked as he walked over to the bed, now fully dressed.

Melissa lay back against the pillows, still panting softly.

“I’m not sure,” Trenton answered. “She said her back has hurt all day, but she just started complaining of pain right before I called you.”

“Well, let’s have a look, shall we.” Then he sat down as Melissa pulled her legs up. He proceeded with the exam with a humming sound. “Well, I’d say it won’t be long before she’ll be ready to push.”

Melissa whined once more and began to pant heavily, half sitting up.

“Okay, she’s obviously ready to push,” Landon murmured. “Let’s get her situated a bit better, so I can be in front of her.”

Trenton helped Landon adjust Melissa down toward the end of the bed. Then he sat down behind her to help her sit up and the pushing started. It seemed like hours, and many pushes, later that the first baby came sliding out.

“It’s a boy,” Landon said.

Sonia quickly took the little brown-haired boy from Landon and walked over to the makeshift bath to clean, weigh, and measure him. After she’d wrapped him in a towel, she handed him back, saying, “Baby one is six pounds, twenty inches long.”

They barely had time to awe over him before Melissa began to whine again. So, Sonia took baby one and placed him in the special bassinet they’d bought that would hold all three.

“And baby number two is… a girl,” Landon said when the pushing was over.

Sonia quickly cleaned her up too before bringing their little brown-haired beauty to them. “Baby two is five pounds and nineteen inches long.”

Trenton didn’t even get to hold baby two before Melissa whined and began to push again.

“Baby three… another boy,” Landon said, handing the black-haired baby.

Sonia took him, and Landon quickly finished up with Melissa. Once he’d finished, Trenton moved her to the top of the bed, propping her on pillows. Then he pulled all the towels they’d lay under her on the bed and put them in the bag they had ready for them. Tying the bag up, he tossed it by the door to be taken to the garbage later.

“Baby three is six pounds and twenty inches long,” Sonia said as she handed him to Melissa.

Melissa lay making light a quiet grunting growl sound at the baby as he stared at her.

Trenton brought the bassinet over and picked up the girl. Kissing her on her cheek, he snuggled her to him for a moment before laying her next to her mother. Next, he picked up the first boy and did the same with him.

“What are you going to name them?” Sonia asked.

Trenton looked at Melissa and saw her close her eyes to push back her wolven. When she opened them back up, they were once again blue, indicating it was Melissa once more.

“Our firstborn will be Trenton James, he’s daddy junior,” Melissa said softly. “Our little girl will be Rita Kay, after our mothers. The second son will be Blake Henry after our fathers.”

“Those are beautiful names for beautiful babies, Melissa,” Sonia murmured.

“Thank you.”

“There won’t be any confusion over the boys either,” Landon mentioned as he gazed at the babies. “TJ has brown hair like his dad, and Blake has black hair like his mom.”

Trenton looked at them then closely. “You’re right, and I like TJ. Can we call him that, little momma?”

“I like that too,” Melissa agreed.

“I’m going to go clean up a bit now and give you some alone time. Just yell if you need anything,” Landon said. Then he and Sonia both left the room.

Sitting down on the bed, Trenton gazed at his beautiful children. “Thank you so much, Melissa, for our children.”

“I love you, Trenton, you are my sun and my moon. You have given me a love I never would have dreamed of having and now we have three children to share that love with,” Melissa told him with tears in her eyes.

Moving forward carefully, so as not to bounce the baby in his arms around too much, he leaned in and gave her a gentle kiss. “I love you too Melissa, and I am so glad I met you that day. After everything that happened to me, I guess I gave up on the thought of finding someone to love and cherish the way I do you. But now? Now I know I find that my greatest blessing was the day I was chosen by a wolven.”

Then, he kissed her again. Their love and their family was complete.

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