Percy, son of Poseidon, being able to get pregnant, as – you know – based on the myths. It’s the ocean, for heaven’s sake. The Egyptians have a pregnant male Nile god of fertility. Poseidon got himself knocked up by a male god. Aphrodite was literally just born by a dick being tossed into the ocean because it’s so super fertile and willing to give birth.
‘That green pill will jump start your system. How soon the effects show depends on what stage your bodies are currently. Whether you end up Alpha or Omega, we still do not know. There are theories, of course, but nothing is proven. Contradictory to the rumors, that pill cannot change your genetics. If you were actually a pure Beta, it would not affect you in any way, except maybe make you nauseous. That is, however, irrelevant here. You were all tested and you all bear the necessary gene. If you take that pill, you will be one or the other. Whichever it is, it is who you were for some reason designed to be. It may not be what you think you want, but give it time. We will be there for you in either case. You have 20 minutes to decide. Good luck!’
Summary: Levi is less than thrilled when he finds out his uncle has decided they’re moving in with his girlfriend and her nephew. He’s never met the kid, but based on the fact that Eren is a cheerleader over at the omega High School, he’s pretty sure that living with him is going to be painful – with the younger teen being a manifestation of everything he finds obnoxious in the world.
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One moment, Riley Murrough is living a normal life working in a coffee shop, and the next, he’s running for his life from demons, learns he bears the mark of a shape-shifter king from a magical realm, and – worst of all – he’s destined to become the mated prince to the arrogant tiger shifter he would rather strangle. Khalon, the shifter king, is equally distraught at the idea of being bound to a human prince, and he sets out to return Riley to his own world where he belongs.
But that wasn’t the only reason I love this book. The secondary characters play such a major role, that without them, the book would be lacking something. It also feels like there are two different storylines going on that don’t compete with one another, yet weave together to make it whole. Getting close to the end of the book I wondered if maybe by the end, Tarek and Braun and some of the secondary characters story was far from over. And I am so happy to say that no, it wasn’t the final end, there is more to this series and as so as I was done with Saved I rushed to buy book two.
“No, no, I d-don’t think so. They don’t feel that b-bad and they don’t last very long. B-b-besides, he isn’t due for another two weeks.” Noah stood up and grabbed Ashton’s hands, helping him stand. His belly had now reached its maximum size, protruding a little over his toes. Looking at him, it almost seemed like his tiny frame couldn’t hold the weight of his growing baby. His belly could still be hidden when he was wearing a simple hoodie, but when he wore his old t-shirts, they stretched over his stomach and rode up halfway, showing his lower belly. He hated it but Noah had told him it was adorable. With the jeans he was wearing and the zombie t-shirt, his pregnant frame was apparent. He pushed his glasses up a bit and sighed.
Stretch marks littered his lower belly and along the sides, and his bellybutton looked almost flat to allow more space for his babies inside his womb. He mildly wondered if his body would ever go back to it’s previous glory, but he figured he wouldn’t care once his babies were born and he could finally see them and hold them in his arms.
A similar premise was used in Life from the Ashes in X-Files fandom in the 1990s. In that story, a virus biologically changes half of the male population into breeding partners who emit sex pheromones. Social differentiation between the biologically determined groups is not explicit, by the end of the story, it is implied.
While on the hunt with his pack one dark evening, a strange encounter with a lone wolf leaves Jesse wondering if his deepest desires are about to be met. And when serendipity strikes again and the alpha and omega find themselves face to face a second time, a night of sheer ecstasy leaves him begging for Zayn’s seed.
That had been about a week ago, and despite several antsy calls from Rhys the doctor had still recommended to wait and spend most of the days eating and sleeping and indulging in his instinctual needs. Which seemed to be doing in spades.
Tarly and Roam are absolutely great for each other. Tarly has a rare condition that makes it hard to control his shift and wolf in stressful situations. So for years Tarly has secluded himself from everyone and his only relationships are held on omega date. Once an omega requests to meet in person Tarly bails. Roam finds out he’s pregnant and waits to tell his mate, however while waiting for his mate to make it home he plans a wonderful dinner and waits. Only he receives a call from his sister in law only to find out that his mate died in a car accident. Roam and Tarly meet on omega date. Roam is the only omega that Tarly has ever wanted to get better for, not only that but the only one he has ever met in person. Great read I received an ARC and voluntarily left a review enjoy.
Indeed, Loki was aware of how terrible he looked, though thankfully he was no longer in agony thanks to a good dose of morphine. He still donned a neck brace, but he also now had plaster casts on both his arms and legs.
I absolutely Loved Aaron and Indigo’s story. Odin writes stories you can immerse yourself in. Aaron and Indigo meet through the Omega Date app. Indigo has been hurt by love before and reluctantly goes on the app hoping for a deeper connection. Aaron uses the app more for casual hook ups and doesn’t really believe in happily ever after. Their reasons for using the dating app aren’t the only differences between them. Indigo believes in the afterlife, spirits, ghosts and fate. Aaron is a skeptic and believes either that the psychics are at worst frauds cheating people out of their money or at best misguided or looney. He doesn’t believe in fate. When Aaron is sent to Indigo’s town to investigate the paranormal happenings and debunk them, he is surprised to find that Indigo is the son of the psychic. Can two people with vastly different views on the world around them find a way to be together? Will Aaron be the one who can help Indigo get over his past? Will Indigo be the one to make Aaron believe? Charmed Fates is about finding a way to be accepting of others differences and supporting someone unconditionally. With steamy sexy times and a wonderful story I totally recommend this book! I am voluntarily reviewing an ARC of Charmed Fates.
‘Oh shit, oh shit, oh shit’ was all that was running through Sniper’s head. This could not be happening. He was only vaguely aware of Spy staring at him. When the contraction ended, Spy straightened himself up with a hand to his back. He turned to the assassin.