The “werewolves exposing themselves to humans” trope is a difficult one for me to appreciate without an extreme level of thought and sophistication. (The author’s treatment of this “coming out” wasn’t horrible, and had plenty of political and personality-driven machinations, but for those plots to be very enjoyable to me, I yearn for a very significant and deeply well thought-out world building and story. The reasons why werewolves remain hidden for so long, how they’ve interacted with and affected human events in the past, and why they are coming out now are massive questions that are difficult to answer in a short romance. For example, author attempted to address some of this with comments about World War I and the War on Terror, so kudos for at least trying to put such a earth-shattering, seminal event into some perspective. But to me this ices over World War II and the Cold War, which to me vastly, vastly larger threats by far to both humanity and especially werewolves’/supernaturals’ position and stake in the world.) Again, my respect to the author to at least try to address this, even if in this particular case it did not really enhance the believability (or suspension of my disbelief) too much for me personally.
Spy felt another contraction start. Sniper meanwhile, had managed to prize his wrist from his lover’s death grip. Ignoring his own pain, he took hold of the Frenchman’s hand and proceeded to rub his back as he pushed.
Synopsis: With his former, rather abusive alpha dead, Caden is that his new alpha, Fletcher, will truly be any better. The lot of omegas is usually to be playthings and breeders for their alpha masters, but the new alpha indicates he will not breed or impregnate an omega against their will. However, Caden’s work in helping fellow omegas may require him to seduce the new Alpha, who on the surface appears to be much less abusive than his previous master. As both omega and alpha work for their own opposing ends regarding their own safety and survival as well as in broader political struggles, the two have a difficult time resisting the powerful, natural, and sometimes magical attraction between them. (This story is in an omegaverse type of setting.)
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A/N: Hey Guys! So this is my first real attempt at fanfic writing. Please be gentle! Haha! Anyways, this is the first part to the first of a series of fics that I’ve been planing to write for a while now. This fix takes place during season 10 before any unspeakable things happen. Let me know what you think and I will be posting the second part tomorrow. This may be split into 2 or 3 parts depending on how much words I can squeeze out! 🙂 Enjoy xoxo
Karter and Jax’s story will keep you reading from first to the last page. A deeply meaningful story about hearing what another person is really saying, beyond words. Jax is mute, resulting from his abuse and this challenges everyone to learn to listen and communicate wi …more
Lone wolf Nitro Blackwood doesn’t like people. As far as he’s concerned, the human world doesn’t exist. But for a few short days every year, the heat takes over and the undeniable urge to mate draws him to San Francisco and out of his self-imposed solitude. He’s willing to deal with all the foul odors, congestion and general misery for some bump and grind action.
Jess wrote: “I have a question. Would Anitra Lynn Mcleod’s series Twin Pine Grizzlies fit in this category? I mean they are men who fall pregnant however they do so in bear form and they give birth in that form…”
Ever since their first meeting, Matt and Drew have hated each other. Drew is everything that infuriates Matt: selfish, privileged and opinionated, a true alpha. And Matt is everything that inflames Drew, it seems: caring, impulsive and uncompromising.
Joan is feeling a bit achy in the morning, but Sherlock urges her to come on a case with him in the middle of town anyway, telling her what she’s feeling is probably nothing. A few moments after they arrive to inspect the crime scene though, Joan’s stomach begins cramping and she feels water trickling down her thighs. When someone informs her she’s going into labor, she can’t believe it. She doesn’t look pregnant at all, and she hadn’t shown any symptoms. The baby was coming regardless of whether she believed she was pregnant or not.
Nicely written and a bit riveting read with well depicted characters. Dakota and Evan are childhood friends who fall for each other after Evan graduates and returns home, soon realizing that Dakota is now a werebear. Lots of surprises (some not so great) occur for Evan and the story takes a dangerous turn. There action and heat with a happy ending. I enjoyed reading every story in this book. 🙂
Not sure if you could include this book here or not, but the 16th book in the “Brac Pack” series “Montana’s Vamp” has one of the main characters as being able to fall pregnant even though he is male… they start trying at the end of the book but it ends abruptly getting reading for the next one so we don’t know if they were sucessful
Sherlock was standing in the kitchen when it happened, hand resting on the top of his belly as he watched John cook, and the doctor turned with a concerned look on his face when he heard Sherlock’s noise of surprise. He turned to find the detective with both hands pressed against his stomach, a look of shock on his face.
At the moment they were taking a well deserved break from all the research. Something that made Sam and Castiel a little nervous. Dean could say he was fine, but they both knew that the mark was affecting him more than he let on. However, they had read every book that Men of Letters had and were left with hoping Charlie found something. Castiel sighed as he sat with the older Winchester trying to understand the show that Dean insisted he watched, something about dragons and nudity.
“I’ve wanted you for a while now…I know I sorta just jumped you in my heat and all…but everything I said and did were just things I really wanted.” Lance was still trying to process this all as he stared at Keith, about to cry again, but this time in joy.
When an Omega is pregnant other Omegas will flock towards them, causing the Alpha to get jealous and tense with all the attention on their Omega. This make them go into an even more protective mode than usual.
I know I’ve read other great ones, but fuck if I can remember what they were or how to find them, or if they were actually any good to begin with. Hopefully someone else comes along with some more for you.
Kit just got busted. His family found the dragon-shifter dating app on his phone, and now they’re insisting that he get counseling, saying his attraction is unnatural. But when a dragon saves him from a near-fatal accident, and he finds himself wrapped in the shifter’s arms, he realizes there is …
The reserve was known for rescuing a rare and valuable species called Floks that could be separated into four subtypes, much like humans have the male and female sexes but multiple genders. There were Alphas and Carriers, and those could each be split into two. Alphas had normal Alphas, and Chief Alphas. The Chiefs were the strongest and/or most handsome in the group. The reserve didn’t really run in such a way where there were Chiefs, but Georgina supposed if she had to pick out of the three Alphas they had, their red one with no group would be the Chief. The Carriers had a similar subtype, a Queen, or simply put, the Alpha of the group’s favorite Carrier.
Suddenly, some people from the palace (maybe Arthur’s brothers?) shows up and threatened Alfred and the baby. Arthur begged them to let them go and in turn he’ll return to the castle silently. He made Alfred vows to never go after him and raise their baby.
But then Cas starts to notice little things that Dean does like how his hand absent-mindedly hovers over his stomach when everyone’s gushing over their nephew’s ultrasounds or how he gets up in the middle of the night to sit in his rocking chair mumbling along to Zeppelin till he falls asleep or how he isn’t ready to give up the crib yet even though he never says why
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“(…) I also like the changes in power dynamics in pairings and how characters sometimes can be written as accepting of them and sometimes resist them. I mostly read Omegaverse in the Sherlock fandom and either Sherlock or John (both very strong, dominant characters) resisting the social and sometimes the physical stereotypes of the Omega is one of my favorite type of story.” (Ishtar, female, straight, 50+, USA)