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  • n. Plural form of lifemate.


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  • Something about the whole "lifemates" thing takes away the mystery.

    Fated to be Dated?

  • That trust never fully develops between womenfriends, or malefriends, or heterosexual lifemates or whatever they call themselves because there is always that threat of betrayal, of bereftness, when one eventually leaves for a more stable, socially-accepted mate.

    thinking about o’hana « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • The critters that light up near their lifemates are monogamous, but the ones who light up during family-type activities are nonmonogamous.

    poly people « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • Although many of us are separated from our lifemates for great periods of time, true lifemates do not seem to be so significantly altered in one another's eyes when they rejoin as you and Aari have done.


  • Mostly, they'd talked about Aari's life since the Khleevi, and especially of meeting Khornya and how they had become lifemates, joined in spirit and body.


  • But of course, so far in my lifetime, lifemates have only been separated by space.


  • "The Linyaari have lifemates, not formal marriages."


  • You have lost dearly loved ones to death for first one reason or another; some even nursingdear lifemates throughillnesses that took years to claim them.


  • Is it just me but do these dominants behave like some of the modern alpha werewolves who find their lifemates?

    Sweet Persuasion-Maya Banks « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • Charles is obsessed with her well being, but when he becomes the target, the omega proves that lifemates are alpha when their beloved is in trouble.

    Hunting Ground-Patricia Briggs « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews


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