Saved is book one in A.M. Arthur’s new Breaking Free series that takes place in the Omegaverse. I’ll say that the note in the blurb caught my attention first. I’ve never read mpreg before, so I jumped on it. I definitely got more than I expected.
Eren let out another pain moan, he couldn’t leave him like this. Watching more fluid spill from his mates arse, it seemed like Eren’s opening bulged slightly outwards. This was all moving too fast. Letting out a grunt, the omega seemed to be cumming and Levi didn’t understand how that was possible
Hmmm, this one must have been before you started betaing for me. Man reading back over it, I’m like, ‘how the hell did I miss that!’ *Sigh* But’s ok cause now I have an awesome beta to pick up those horrible errors! 😛
Luca needs to take over his pack and save his people. He cannot afford to be distracted. But when he meets Kit, he develops abilities indicating he is not just a pack Alpha, but the King his world has needed for a thousand years.
“Merde” he groaned, leaning on his desk as another contraction racked his body. They were getting stronger and closer together. Each one felt like he was constantly being stabbed in the back. The irony didn’t escape Spy. He couldn’t help but think how ironic all of it was. He’d dated a few men and many women over the years. He’d got some of those women pregnant by accident, but he’d had no choice but to leave them. No doubt they would’ve had to have given the child up for adoption. And now he was, more or less, going through what they went through. Karma could work in mysterious ways sometimes no?
Omega wolf Jason and his family have been on the run for six years to keep Jason from being forcefully mated to his pack’s cruel Alpha. When a brutal attack leaves his father desperately injured, Jason comes to the conclusion that it’s time to call it quits. Terrified as he is to deliver himself into an Alpha’s power, he makes a deal to mate with the Alpha of the richest pack in the country. And discovers that he’d rather mate the Alpha’s handsome Head of Security.
Crime writer Tarly Bowring can’t sleep at night. Haunted by memories of his troubled past—and the omnipresent threat of danger in his present—he isolates himself in his sprawling mansion far away from Capitol City, only daring to venture into civilization when he’s heavily medicated. That way, he knows he won’t shift at random and lose control.
“She is mainly nursing or sleeping, Ulaz checked her earlier and said she weighs almost a full pound now although she hasn’t grown lengthwise much if at all. He changed her while he was here. He said she won’t be active much for another two or three movements.” Kolivan made a noise of acknowledgment his eyes focused solely on their daughter. “She needs a name.” He murmurs watching her yawn and curl up in her mothers hands to go back to sleep once more now that she was clean. Antok hesitated a moment before whispering softly to both his mate and kit, “Lavilli. It means brave hearted.” “That’s perfect. Lavilli our little Lavilli.” Kolivan rolled the name around on his tongue before giving both his mate and kit a nuzzle of affection a deep purr resonating between them surrounding their kit and lulling her to sleep safe and sound in between her parents.
Pregnancy and childbirth is an experience like no other. In fact it is nothing short of a miracle. Thousands of babies are born every day but every experience is different. It is often portrayed as easy or taken for granted that it will all be plain sailing but as a mother myself I know this is not always the case.
In the second half, the pace of the story ratchets higher, and there’s no let-up. There’s always something happening, and the last few chapters are so fast paced I had to stop and remember to breathe. More than once the story could have been tied up, but thankfully it wasn’t. As a result, the book is quite long with lots of plot twists and just when you think everything will be alright something else bad happens.
I enjoyed this book. Preston Walker reminds of my other authors. He makes it easy for you to get into the story and to fall in love with the characters. I will recommend this book to all of my friends
Title: Loving Kit Author: L.M. Brown Publisher: Fireborn Publishing Release Date: February 19, 2018 Genre(s): Romance, Sci-fi, MMM Menage, MPreg Length: 87 500 words/235 pages Blurb: Logan McRae never expected to see two aliens when he woke from cryogenic sleep. He has his ship and his people and he questions whether he has lost his mind. As he gets to know Halor and Kit he realises he might just…
Ugh but Cas peeking his head back in the bedroom asking, “Are you ready to go?” and considering Dean’s sprawled out on the bed and pants-less and moaning like a dying whale no he is not in fact ready to go anywhere that requires moving more than a centimeter. It actually reminds Cas of those turtles flipped on their backs that he sometimes finds in the middle of the road (and of course always stops to get them right side up and on their merry little way again). And not unlike those turtles, he goes over to the bed and gently nudges Dean. “Do you need help?”
Journalist Colin Church has been through a lot. Through it all, he’s been able to rely on his best friend, Ed. Ed is the single most reliable person Colin has ever known – he’s also been in love with Ed since he knew what love was.
“Yes, good…” Joel murmured, watching the large egg stick out and he wrapped a hand around the tip of it, tugging at it experimentally. This prompted a scream from the man birthing the eggs and he let go of the egg.
Eben Meiser only drove Jake away to prevent him from learning the truth—that Eben is a dragon-shifter, feared and shunned by society. Now Eben is preparing to spend Christmas alone when Jake comes hurtling back into his life, along with the surprise that he’s carrying Eben’s baby. Eben fights to protect their future, but will he and Jake be able to rekindle their past?
While fleeing his sister’s wrath for an accident that was almost not his fault, Moswen stumbles upon the chance to crash what promises to be a fun party. Kijika is hopeful that the birthday bash for his grandfather, the current king, won’t be the deadly boring event he’s sure it will be and he’d much rather be pouring over ancient texts in his quest for knowledge. Moswen’s karma swings into action and Moswen and Kijika cross paths at the party setting in motion a relationship that will give both men what they most desire.
On his way home from a meeting of the North American werewolf council, Armand La Marche is stopped in his limousine by a boy who is hurt by an unknown assailant who murdered his friend. After decades of searching, Armand has found his mate. There is one problem, someone is trying to kill Sean.