I love Omegaverse stories. Having discovered them quite by chance last year with the “The Country Omega” by Penelope Peters, I am always keen to read new authors in the genre because each approach their world-building differently – hierarchy, function/role, society expectations and even some being just all male – it’s exciting to read a variation to a theme. So, having also read Leta Blake’s “Slow Heat” (which is referenced in the opening of this book) I was eager to read this – the blurb was go …more
Why we think it’s a great listen: It’s easy to say that when it comes to sci-fi you either love it or you hate it. But with Ender’s Game, it seems to be you either love it or you love it…. The war with the Buggers has been raging for a hundred years, and the quest for the perfect general has been underway for almost as long. Enter Andrew “Ender” Wiggin, the result of decades of genetic experimentation.
Sebastian nods and pants,Before grabbing Ciel’s hand and squeezing tightly. ”No..No..No time to explain,My water broke earlier,I pushed the baby back in so I could help you. Please..Go get Grell! He wouldn’t want to miss his own children’s birth!” He cries. He releases Ciel’s hand and Ciel groans as he gets up,His anus heavily sore. He runs off to find Grell and leaves Sebastian to battle through his contractions,Trying his hardest not to push before Grell comes.
Of course Mpreg stories would have to be slightly more emotional because they’re dealing with pregnancy. In my stories, the men are almost always shocked by the pregnancy. That, to me, adds a humorous element to the story that I love. Then of course we get to see the characters grow closer as the alpha becomes more protective of his pregnant omega. Mpreg definitely tugs at the heart strings and allows the author and the reader to go deeper with the feels.
I was entranced by this book. It gripped my imagination right from the start and didn’t let go until the end, it’s action all the way, and the emotions it evoked were strong and deep. The story is unique, stunning, intricate and based around discrimination and the plight of a downtrodden minority in the kingdom of Askara where werewolves rule and the humans are second class citizens. That sounds depressing but don’t let that put you off, it isn’t, it doesn’t diminish the awesome, fully developed characters and intriguing plot which, despite the trials the characters go through, is essentially uplifting.
Mpreg Part 3/3Brett leans on the door and spreads his legs out. He pushed himself up when his water broke. A gush of fluids poured out leaving him breathless. Right when his water broke, a deep and heavy pressure pushed against his anus. “The baby. It’s coming!” The pressure comes lower and burns his opening. He shakes from the pain. His pants had to be taken off but he couldn’t move. He tried to push and see if the pain would go away. He pushed and felt his opening spread wider and wider. “Ah! It burns! Vicky!” He curls his toes and pushes. He feels a burst a bust and notices his baby’s head was out. He pushed getting excited to meet his baby. He felt his baby move out slightly but was stopped by his pants. He panicked trying to take off his pants but every move he made gave him shock pains in his belly and anus. He pushed harder but the baby didn’t move. He cried out for help and whimpered in pain. He worried that his baby wouldn’t survive from being stuck. “Cmon just please stay with me baby.” He
But when Mattt arrives, he finds that Hillary needs his help. Her new family is suffering a media scandal, and they need his journalistic savvy to help right the wr…ong. Unfortunately for Matt, helping them will involve close work with Hillary’s new brother-in-law: the remote, difficult and commanding owner of the company, Drew Matherson.
Sequel to HOCDU. Chris and Co return for their 7th year but someone is determined to make life unpleasant for Chris. He has to overcome many difficulties this year as his relationship with Lucius continues to blossom. Rated T for now, but may change as we progress. Warnings: male relationships, mpreg and Hermione bashing.
Professor Vale Aman has crafted a good life for himself. An unbonded omega in his mid-thirties, he’s long since given up hope that he’ll meet a compatible alpha, let alone his destined mate. He’s fulfilled by his career, his poetry, his cat, and his friends.
Book wasn’t really for me. Blake was really selfish and immature. And wasn’t alpha like at all, you know he wasn’t protective or gentle and caring with his Omega, Josh. You know when you read a alpha omega romance and the omega has been through hard times and an amazing alpha comes in to give love, support and respect. Those are great. This one is the opposite. Blake only want josh for sex. Its frustrating because you really just want josh to be loved and cuddled. But in this book he is cursed at and used. It was sad the way Josh was treated and had been treated through his life by other alpha and betas.
Fetus in fetu, though not an actual pregnancy, is an extremely rare condition in which a mass of tissue resembling a fetus forms inside the body. This is a developmental abnormality in which a fertilized egg splits as if to form identical twins, but one half becomes enveloped by the other, and an entire living organ system with torso and limbs can develop inside the host. The abnormality occurs in 1 in 500,000 live births in humans.
He crawled to his hands and knees and started to rock back and forth, his heavy stomach hanging low and rubbing against the rocks below him. Luckily the rocks were mostly smooth, only a few were sharp edged. He moaned as he rocked back and forth, trying his best to make the pain go away even a little.
He went over to the cot to look at his daughter. He stroked the top of her head. She wriggled at the touch. Sniper then proceeded to pick her up to hold her in his arms. She looked up at him with her sea blue eyes. The assassin couldn’t help but grin.
Anna Fox lives alone – a recluse in her New York City home, unable to venture outside. She spends her day drinking wine (maybe too much), watching old movies, recalling happier times…and spying on her neighbors. Then the Russells move into the house across the way: a father, mother, their teenaged son. The perfect family. But when Anna, gazing out her window one night, sees something she shouldn’t, her world begins to crumble. And its shocking secrets are laid bare.
“The egg will probably come out in ten minutes or so, but it will be very painful.” Joel warned, watching as the first drug-induced contraction made the man scream and cry out hysterically, grabbing the sweaty, heaving orb that was forcing his legs apart.
Michelle LePage is a twenty-something international woman of mystery, a gender and European history buff, an aspiring gamer, and unrepentant fanfiction addict. She is currently in an open relationship with BBC’s Sherlock, and it’s complicated.