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.
But cruel fate has other plans, and Jax and Kris find themselves pitted against one another in a professional—and emotional—battle that neither one is prepared to withstand. And when it becomes clear that there’s more at stake than just their careers, the anger and passion that threatens to consume them may end up changing the course of their professional and personal lives forever.
Adam couldn’t help but let out a scream as the man tried to pull the egg from him. Feeling the mans hand on his stomach, Adam felt the eggs starting to come up behind his other egg, hoping with his pushing and the other eggs, it would help him get it out.
Summary: Stiles runs away during his first heat, right into the waiting and ambiguously scary arms of the Alpha’s nephew, Derek Hale. He doesn’t have any choice except to submit, but along the way, he digs up a mystery that threatens his family and even the town’s safety.
Biting his lip, he watched Eren take a few big breaths, before pushing down hard. The puddle of bodily fluids beneath his mate had soaked the towel some what disturbingly, but his attention was soon back on the baby
PLOT TWIST! Ciel was impregnated by Sebastian,and Sebastian was impregnated by My mind is crazy at 2 in the morning. Before I get MORE Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler fans hounding me,I would like to make it ABSOLUTELY CLEAR that this was in NO way intended to portray the characters PERFECTLY. As in my last Kuro fan fic,The characters were made to my own ideals and what me,myself and I want. If you don’t like my ideas,Please leave your bad comments at the door and go elsewhere. Thank you!
There are also similarities with BDSM AUs, where the characters are Doms (sometimes called “Tops”), Subs, or (sometimes) Switches. Helenish’s Stargate Atlantis BDSM AU Take Clothes Off As Directed offers a dissection of this trope — as a Sub in the military, John is subjected to harassment and insubordination. Parallels can be drawn between the role of Subs in society and that of women, LGBT/queer people or minorities to examine prejudice and discrimination caused by “designationism.”
Everything is going fine for Dr. Jensen Ackles, a successful 3rd-year resident in obstetrics and gynecology at Grace’s Heart hospital in San Francisco. But when a 22-year-old art student shows up at claiming he’s pregnant, Jensen is completely certain he’s crazy. After a bunch of tests, a sonogram and a bizarre story about having invoked the wrath of a ram-headed Egyptian fertility god, it turns out that Jared Padalecki isn’t joking: he really did get knocked up! And when Jared insists on having an OB-GYN of his own gender, Jensen’s long stretch of successfully not falling for one of his patients is finally at an end.
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Roman’s got a big problem. To become the Alpha of the Manhattan pack, he will need an heir. When he meets Dallas in a chance encounter, an accident causes his guilt to drive him to protect the new wolf at all costs. Little does Roman know the new wolf is an Omega; a rare wolf that could change the fate of the Alpha to be.
The relationships between the Alphas and the Omega were the most engaging parts of the book, generating some decent interest as well as a twist or two that I wasn’t quite expecting, but also occasionally left a bit to be desired. There were certainly some sweet and reassuring “rescue and comfort the Omega” scenes, but also some interesting conflicts, including some over-the-top reactions that made some sense and helped make this to be a bit more than a simplistic “rescued and then fated to mate”story.