“Mpreg Male Pregnancy Really Cute I Love Mpreg”

Journalist Colin Church has been through a lot. Through it all, he’s been able to rely on his best friend, Ed. Ed is the single most reliable person Colin has ever known – he’s also been in love with Ed since he knew what love was.

Naruto couldn’t help but to smirk as he watched two of the men sitting in the ANBU headquarters dining room. Only one of them were eating, but they were still aware of the blond omega watching them from across the room.

His stomach had deflated considerably, and as he rubbed it and pressed in on it, the afterbirth from both the egg and the baby was passed as he pushed it out slowly. He looked up, forcing himself to sit up and lean against a rock as his mate handed him their two new babies, a twin boy and girl, while she cradled the egg to her chest.

Calmly, she handed the man a clipboard and told him to fill in the forms attached, then went back to her pacing. Her back was aching, but she couldn’t stand to sit down. Even standing still was unbearable. So she paced behind the counter, idly putting away pieces of paper and files as she saw them.

For so long, she wasn’t sure what was going to happen to her. Now, she thought she knew. Her breasts were tender, and she guessed that only meant one thing. She didn’t like what that meant. She hadn’t told the doctor that she was lactating. He and his damned werewolf senses probably already knew. Iggy could probably smell the milk.

Now this was what I call a GREAT shifter , mpreg, alpha & omega m/m ROMANCE with a believable and exciting story line. Derrick the introverted, moody music teacher as the omega wolf shifter and Rowan our motorcycle riding, leather jacket wearing “bad boy,” the alpha were perfect together when they “finally” got together BUT that what made this book by author Preston Walker so incredibly good…the anticipation, mutual desire and just plain old fashioned courtship that lead to one of the most amazing romantic climaxes I have read in recent memory. Part of the lure of Derrick and Rowan for me was that Derrick, the omega was five years old than Rowan, the very macho alpha male only adding to the intrigue of their attraction to each other. Seeing how Mr. Walker worked his magic with his words as both & Rowan changed for the best and came to understand not only each other but also themselves just added to the appeal of their relationship together. Plus and a big plus it is…the actual plot of the book was so exciting and more importantly for me believable. In any book where you have either (or both) male pregnancy and [wolf] shifters an author must integrate both of these “fantasy” aspects into a realistic plot and Mr. Walker made all the pieces come together perfectly where EVERYTHING made sense and easy to follow. Simply put this was one of the best books in this genre I have ever read plus Derricks love of everything “music” was just lovely and poetic.

Dean’s heart jumped and his stomach twisted when he began to see a brighter light start to release from him. Castiel’s hands finally made it out of the hunter and all of the angel’s stared in awe at the bright beacon of light that he held in his hands.

A camping trip gone wrong… Traveling to Sweet Pines Campground with his sisters was supposed to mean a weekend of relaxation for Tyler. Things just never go quite as planned for the fox Omega – nicknamed “the klutz” by his family. Getting lost in the woods during a run, he soon finds himself face-to-face with not only one, but two wolves… Will anyone come to his rescue?

Review:  This novella includes a fresh, unique, and provocative take on traditional Alpha/Omega roles, centering on an Alien race where one Alpha brother is “broken” and becomes an Omega due to a long period of torture. I found the setting and the initial exploration of the characters to be somewhat fascinating, perhaps a bit more emotional than I usually expect among Alpha males, but definitely intriguing and enjoyable. The rescue and caring for the “Broken Alpha” (who was tortured from Alpha to Omega) was also interesting but not quite as compelling.

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