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Rocco is an alpha raised and living in the wild who has a dire need for a mate ASAP. Kade is an omega city living wolf who was raised by humans. Each of these wolves have a need and longing for love in their lives but haven’t had any luck finding so far. Rocco has to deal with pack politics as his father lays dying. Kade is an overworked, stressed wolf trying to make a difference for shifters living in the city. Both of these men feel an instant connection to the other but Rocco’s pack issues threaten to tear the men apart.
Rocco Shore has become alpha of his pack after the death of his father, but his promotion comes with a host of problems. He wants out of his relationship with his omega Sky, he is challenged for the pack leadership and he wants someone to love.
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.
The calculated River Robinson is an alpha wolf shifter who works as a financial advisor – he’s used to having everything figured out. All of that falls apart after he becomes divorced from a woman he never wanted to be married to in the first place. Following his first visit to a gay bar, he meets an interesting and charismatic man… who is also oddly familiar.
As he was pushing, he felt the afterbirth in his vagina and he bore down long enough for it to come out. He panted, and started to bear down again; he still had an egg to birth. Just as his contraction receded to give him a break, however, his stomach contracted harshly again and he held his belly and groaned.
Thematically, pregnancy can be similar to the issues of parasitism and gender. Some science fiction writers have picked up on these issues, in “cross-gender” themes—e.g., Octavia E. Butler’s Bloodchild and Other Stories.[clarification needed] Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel The Left Hand of Darkness contains the sentence “The king was pregnant”, and explores a society in which pregnancy can be experienced by anyone, since individuals are not sexually differentiated during most of their life and can become capable of inseminating or gestating at different times. Lois McMaster Bujold’s Ethan of Athos features an all-male society in which men use artificial wombs, but experience many of the psychological effects of pregnancy (anticipation, anxiety, etc.). In Marge Piercy’s feminist utopian novel Woman on the Edge of Time, neither men nor women get pregnant, leaving that to artificial wombs, but both sexes may lactate and nurse the infant; the specifically female experiences of pregnancy and nursing were opened to men in the cause of gender equality.
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Scratch that, it was the perfect time to socialize: a lazy Saturday morning with cotton candy clouds and drowsy orange sunlight. The two were out shopping for Arthur’s insistent cravings. Alfred had wanted it to remain just the two of them, relishing every second of their time together before the inevitable addition to their little family, but they’d managed to draw in quite the crowd upon their entrance to the store.
For those of you who don’t know, the reason why the gas and air isn’t working for Spy is because you have to breath it a certain way in order to get the most benefit from it. You have to breathe it as the contraction is starting and it needs to be slow deep breaths. Whereas he’s panting like a dog.
“Keep quiet,” he snapped, looking at him irritably, then returning to gazing at the opening, an egg ready to crown already. He noticed that it was off-white with blue specks and guessed that this was one of the medium-sized eggs, just a little bigger than a duck’s egg. The man was trying to push the egg out of his hole and the tip of the egg slipped out before going back in and Joel rubbed on the rim of the hole.
To be fair this is one of the better m-pregs I’ve read. The sex scenes were decent and the characters, the actual male ones, were alright. But even with that, I still didn’t like it lol. Maybe I’ve been too warped by other m/m romances, and maybe due to the reviews, my expectations were too high, but this book just didn’t hit the mark for me. I doubt I’ll be reading part 2, Abel’s story.
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.
“Ok coming right up” As Jess walked back to the kitchen, Jamie felt a wave of pain. He took deep breaths. it only lasted about 15 seconds. Jamie thought it was just Braxton hicks contractions, but a few minutes later he felt another rush of pain. This time it was more intense. When Jess came back with some egg and toast, Jamie felt another whoosh of pain. He didn’t want to tell Jess, because he didn’t think it was a big deal. Jess saw the look in her husbands eyes and knew something was wrong.
Thanks for your answer! By the way, do you know some omegaverse stories with female main characters? Because it seems like there is a lot of yaoi omegaverse, but I haven’t seen a yuri omegaverse yet…
Since she burst spectacularly into view with her debut novel almost two decades ago, Zadie Smith has established herself not just as one of the world’s preeminent fiction writers but also a brilliant and singular essayist. She contributes regularly to The New Yorker and the New York Review of Books on a range of subjects, and each piece of hers is a literary event in its own right.
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.
The Syngnathidae family of fish has the unique characteristic of a highly derived form of male brood care referred to as “male pregnancy”. The family is highly diverse, containing around 300 different species of fish. Included in Syngnathidae are seahorses, the pipefish, and the weedy and leafy seadragons. The males of some of these species possess a brood pouch on the trunk or tail; in other species, the eggs are merely attached to the male’s trunk or tail when the female lays them. Although biologists’ definitions of pregnancy differ somewhat, all members of the family are considered by ichthyologists to display male pregnancy, even those without an external brood pouch.
Braun Etting was raised to know his place as an omega by his alpha father’s cruel words and fast fists, and he expects nothing but violence from the alpha who may one day mate him. His older brother Kell mated a cruel alpha who abuses him daily, and Braun is terrified of that seemingly inevitable future. When Braun’s father dies in a car crash, leaving Braun an orphan, he’s sent to a halfway house for omegas. But on his fourth night there, he witnesses a horrifying crime that sends him fleeing to the streets alone—and edging into his first heat.
Still, lots of readers love the smut. Luna (female, bi, 18-25, Finland) enjoys the wild and animalistic nature of A/B/O, calls it “a total holiday from everyday life” where rules differ. Alex Reid (genderqueer, they/them, greyromantic bisexual, 18-25, Serbia) likes that “everything is wet and messy, lots of come and size kink”. Different rules include some animalistic diction, which can be a squick for some. Similarly, some see Omegaverse as some form of bestiality – and either like or dislike that.
As the title suggests this story is about an alpha and an omega who are talked into using the dating app OmegaDate. This is the second book I’ve read in the series and each book has had its own charming and entertaining storyline. I’ve read a number of Mr. Nightshade’s books thus far and will always be on the lookout for more. The two main characters are Rocco the alpha and Kade the omega.