When not exorcising the voices in her head, she toils away in a retail job that tests her patience and gives her lots of story fodder. She can also be found in her kitchen, pretending she’s an amateur chef and trying to not poison herself or others with her cuisine experiments.
And okay, it’s actually kind of sweet, Dean being unusually snuggly like this, even though Cas knows it’s a ploy and even if it’s a bit uncomfortable with all that extra weight against him—though Cas certainly knows better than to mention as much. (He does now, at least.)
Spy by this point, had taken to lying on his side. He breathed into the mask. But still, the gas and air did little to alleviate the pain. anything, it only made him feel woozy and nauseous. He felt another contraction begin. Now they were really strong and coming just minutes apart. Spy breathed in the gas and air, but when the contraction reached its peak, he let out an anguished cry.
Only a week prior he saw the article in the paper about 20 men found pregnant and having babies. He read and reread the article gazillion times. He found it really hard to believe. He couldn’t be pregnant could he? He’s really not like the men mentioned in the news is he?
Another book I needed to finish, and I’m glad I finally did because it, too, was one I needed reminding of – that there are decent people out there working for the collective good of those oppressed, discriminated against and abused…simply because it’s the right thing to do. Even if this is fiction set in an alternate universe/future timeline.
Unable to keep himself from pushing due to the pain, he kept bearing down hard, screaming as the egg and baby were inched out of him until the baby flopped out, fluids splashing down from his stretched vagina.
I’m confused. Other werewolf books by this writer, I’m almost certain, held to another were alpha/omega dynamic and physiology. How can Dallas, of part Taiwanese descent, insofar as we know and his history dictates, a hundred percent human, turn into an omega the same time he transitions into werewolf? Apologies, but while I normally enjoy Walker’s books, this one had me backtracking, rereading, then giving up altogether since the plot didn’t hold my interest, and the details and new developments getting thrown in too bizarre to be credible. I’m very glad I didn’t buy this one – it’s as though the plot well ran dry and this is an experiment or a trial to test ideas that may or may not work. Sadly, this one fell way short of Preston Walker’s usual mark and style. Also, unless the characters are used to incorporate made up words or use peculiarities with language, I cringe and am “most uncomfortable” to see misused superlatives like “uncomfortableness.”. Just – you know?
Bound by the Fang is a m/m gay shifter mpreg novella with a HEA. No cheating, no cliffhangers. Each book in the Black River Pack series focuses on a different couple while expanding the overarching plot. They can be enjoyed alone, but it is recommended to read the series in order.
“Great start to a new series, with some interesting twists on werewolf lore. Not only do we have omegas with special abilities, they can also be born in both human and wolf-shifter form, are always male, and – this one was a little more unusual – can get pregnant. Of course there are also the evil hunters, out to kill any gay werewolf they can find. As to why – that is one of the questions set up to be answered as the series develops, I am sure…If you like stories about werewolves who are passionate and will defend their mates to the death, if you enjoy books containing male pregnancy, and if you’re looking for a paranormal read with a twist, then you will probably like this book.” – Serena, Rainbow Book Reviews
Tightening his grip on his knees, he pulled them up as far as he could manage along the sides of his massively swollen stomach, groaning while he bore down again. “Nnngh!” He grunted and groaned with each push, and moaned when he felt his contractions coming back. The baby in his birth canal was pushed down bit by slow and painful bit though, he was making progress at the very least.
Love Tobias & Malcolm’s story. A great read that will make you feel good, have a little laugh & keep you smiling the whole way through. Enjoyed the occasional inclusion of Julian Moore from her “Moore” series. Another fantastic read from Alex Miska.
Spy just gazed down at her. She continued to wriggle and cry as he held her. She was so small, she fit perfectly into both his hands. She had all of Sniper’s features, she was practically the spitting image of him. She still had her umbilical cord attatched. Spy felt a wave of emotions overcome him all at once. His vision blurred, tears streamed down his face and he realized he was crying. Suddenly he became aware of Sniper standing next to him. He looked up, and saw that he was crying too.
“Hurts…!” He whined, tears stinging his eyes from the severe pain he was feeling from birthing an egg and baby at the same time. His body shook from it, but he squeezed his mate’s hand anyway and bore down, screaming out as the baby’s head popped out in a gush of fluids.
Dean gasped and ground his teeth so hard he swore they were going to crack apart. The little comfort he had disappeared when Castiel moved his hand. Dean let out a whimper from the loss but another hand suddenly filled the space and he didn’t care whose it was. He grasped the hand as tight as he could, trying to focus on that instead of the searing agony in his gut. He then felt something soft slide between his teeth and he knew it was wings but he didn’t care whose they were. He bit down as hard as he could, letting the grace soothe the pain slightly. He could feel the creature in him becoming distant from his soul, which was now starting to have a cold, empty feel to it.