“Mpreg Harry Potter 100 Reasons Why I Love You”

Though it became apparent very soon that not even many years of friendship equalled the bond of the brotherhood amongst the Seal Team. Colin was so stoic despite how he was treated, even by the man he loved, Ed Adami who put his Seal brothers before his friend of nearly twenty years. Colin kept his head up and his eyes forward – he didn’t bow or break.

But you know what? I get and understand mpreg even if some readers don’t. It’s why I include it in my novels. Believe it or not, there are times I start out writing and tell myself that this one will not have mpreg. But in the middle or the end of writing, my muse, plot bunny or whatever is my inspiration throws me into that direction.  Think of it this way werewolves, vampires, and any other mythical creature aren’t real. But we love reading and thinking about the possibility of them being real one day in the past, present or future. Like I always tell myself every time I sit down and write a story. Fiction is just that fiction and so is mpreg. 

It all started with a few papers in the wrong hands… Omega rabbit shifter Elliott works as a graphic designer at Reynolds Enterprise. When one of his experimental works ends up in the hands of his boss, who then delivers it to his boss, Elliott soon finds himself behind the door of none other but Mr. Felix Reynolds himself…

A Simple Procedure – Part 1It was supposed to be a simple procedure.  He’d asked all the right questions, done all the research.  Anthony had never had surgery before – had never even been to the hospital for anything other than for a routine checkup – but he wasn’t too concerned.  The specialist enlisted to perform the procedure, Dr. Marisa Olivier, had come highly recommended and after several consultations had him confident that everything would go smoothly without a single hitch.  

“Fine, fine! I’m not going to hurt him, I’m going to help.” Castiel stared at Dean with his head cocked, contemplating the sincerity of Dean’s words; Dean wanted to punch the angel for getting between Dean and his family. Finally, Castiel moved out of the way and went to crouch between Sam’s legs to check the progress. Dean kneeled by Sam’s head and wiped away tears and sweat with his hands.

The problem turns out to be an unmated, nearly in-heat omega orphan who Dex and his husband rescued off the street last night. The even bigger problem is that Tarek feels the mating bond for this terrified omega immediately—and he’s pretty sure the omega feels it, too. But Braun hates alphas as a general rule, and no way is he giving in to the bond. All mating leads to is violence and suffering, so no thank you. But Tarek’s gentle kindness slips under Braun’s emotional shields, and Braun begins to want. To dream. All Braun has ever known is violent alphas, but Tarek is determined to make Braun trust him—and to trust in the idea of their happily ever after.

    A nest is usually a place where an Omega can be comfortable, whether if he is in heat or just having a bad day. It can be a closet or a couch, a small room or a bed. It will usually be filled with soft things, the most smelling like his/her mate if they have one. It usually makes them feel comfortable in all times, even if they feel they are about to murder someone. With Omegas being the small fragile creatures they are, it can help them rest. As they get closer to their delivery date, they will most likely spend more and more time in their nest with their Alpha.

Fempreg refers not to all stories in which women are pregnant, but to stories in which conception is due to f/f sex. It is almost vanishingly rare and would probably not have a name if it were not for mpreg’s popularity. Xena: Warrior Princess has a rare example of canonical fempreg with Callisto’s ghost impregnating Xena.

So there you have it.  This is why we like MPREG.  There are about as many reasons to like it as there are MPREG fics to read, so if you don’t see your reason for enjoying the subgenre above, feel free to comment below!  Let your voice be heard.  Shake off the shame of reading something ‘weird,’ embrace that a lot of people out here enjoy this obscure thing that you also enjoy, and tell us why you like the thing!  Why do YOU read MPREG?

Good introduction to characters and plot. It also includes warnings such as alpha,beta and omega dynamics,heats,knotting and mpreg along with trigger warnings for physical,emotional and sexual abuse. They are in there so if those are triggers for you this might not be the book for you.

Jack Morrison is an Omega. According to society, that means he’s only worth something when he’s claimed by an Alpha. But he knows that’s not true. He knows he’s worth more than the status he was born with. He knows that he has more to offer than a submissive belly.

But is their love strong enough to withstand the evil pitted against them? Does the pregnant man have the stamina to defeat the wicked shifter? The heat of battle reveals more than Evan’s determination – he unknowingly unleashes a power of his own that changes the course of their future!

I truly love this series. Every book has been great. The characters are complex and interesting with solid character development. Jax and Larger are a wonderful couple who are trying so hard to create a caring and lasting relationship.

I love this series but this was the best one yet. It’s absolutely impossible not to fall in love with Karter and Jax. Karter’s transformation is wonderful and it made my heart so happy to seem him become a good alpha. This story is a tear jerker and I found myself needing tissues throughout it… But it was so worth those emotions. Such an amazing omegaverse story. I wish I could give it more than five stars.

4 TWINKLING STARS: “Starting a new series can be a worry for some authors, but I always find that it gives an author a chance to either expand on the type of books that they write or try something new. I have to say that Stormy Glenn did not disappoint. This first book in the Wolf Haven series tells the story of Matthew or Matty, a human omega and Rico, a shifter, both who have no idea what the other is. I would have given this five stars, but this first book in the series focuses on world and character building, so it just lost that slight edge. Having said that, because I enjoyed the start to this series so much, I immediately bought the second book to find out what happened to the two characters whose story started towards the end. All in all, it’s a strong start to a new series, and I anxiously look forward to more from the Wolf Haven series.” – Redz, Redz World

Adam couldn’t imagine this being happening very often, however figured the man knew what he was doing. Knowing there were more eggs waiting to come, Adam continued to try to get these two eggs out together.

There are a pair of grogeous teen girls who live next door to me. Lauren and Amy were the same age as me and we’ve all been through school together. As we have grown up and hit our teens, I’ve found myself sexual attracted to the girls, and they also felt the same way. During our early teens we spent most of the time doing the “You show yours, I’ll show mine” situations, but never had sex.

He sat as he took another sit of the tea, Madam Red and Lau sitting opposite of him. Grell (in his butler form of course) standing behind his mistress watching Sebastian serve the food and tea to the people on the table with fascination. Ranmao was sitting on her ‘brother’s’ lap silently watching what was happening.

The possibility of extraterrestrial life having different reproductive sexuality is the basis for many references. In the Star Trek: Enterprise episode “Unexpected”, Trip Tucker becomes pregnant with the offspring of a female of another species. In the video game The Sims 2 male characters can be impregnated via cheat codes or alien abduction. In the American Dad! episode “Deacon Stan, Jesus Man”, the boy Steve becomes impregnated after giving the mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to the extraterrestrial Roger, then unwittingly passes it on to his girlfriend via a kiss. In the animated series Futurama, the extraterrestrial Kif can be impregnated by a touch. In the SciFi Channel miniseries, Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars, the extraterrestrial Rygel becomes impregnated with human John and Aeryn’s baby. In the series Alien Nation, when Tectonese main character George Francisco and his wife Susan decide to have a third child, it is revealed that, in order to conceive, a Tectonese couple needs a third party, called a binnaum, to complete impregnation, and that the male carries the baby—encased in a pod—during the final months of gestation. In the Ren & Stimpy “Adult Party Cartoon” episode “Stimpy’s Pregnant” features Stimpy who is pregnant but Mr. Horse finds out that he is actually constipated. In the animated series The Fairly OddParents in the TV film Fairly OddBaby, the fairy Cosmo was pregnant of Baby Poof. In the Ben 10: Alien Force episode “Save the Last Dance”, it is revealed that Necrofriggians have an ability to asexually reproduce once every 80 years: building a large nest made of digested metal, where their eggs will hatch, then their offspring feed from metal and will first eat from the nest, before they instinctively will feed on solar until they mature and starts their own separate lives. Due to the Necrofriggian reproduction cycle, Big Chill overtook Ben’s personality to carry out the process, but Ben doesn’t remember anything he does as Big Chill during this cycle, like he eats metal and had 14 babies, and felt very embarrassed when Gwen, Kevin and Julie explained, and Kevin’s teasing and calling him “mommy” did not help. In The Three Stooges episode “Even as IOU” Curly accidentally swallows a Vitamin Z pill meant for a horse. However, the error allows Curly to give birth to an Equidae, which the Stooges crown as a winning race horse.

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“Fine.” Kiana pouted playfully. She knew that he needed to work. But she just wanted to spend a little more time with him. Their daily schedules didn’t leave much time for togetherness, especially since they were on the road most of the time.

It is Nick and Amy Dunne’s fifth wedding anniversary. Presents are being wrapped and reservations are being made when Nick’s clever and beautiful wife disappears from their rented McMansion on the Mississippi River. Husband-of-the-Year Nick isn’t doing himself any favors with cringe-worthy daydreams. Under mounting pressure from the police and the media – as well as Amy’s fiercely doting parents – the town golden boy parades an endless series of lies, deceits, and inappropriate behavior. Nick is oddly evasive, and he’s definitely bitter – but is he really a killer?

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