“Mpreg Meme Alpha’s Heart”

Genre: M/M Paranormal Romance Length: Novellas   I have a guilty pleasure—mpreg. Believe me, I know the psychological implications of being interested in this sort of kink, and I’d probably agree with most of what would apply to me, but that doesn’t change the fact

I can understand the hesitancy of reading if this trope is new to you, it was brand new for me. But I can say I highly recommend it. I will definitely be seeking more of this type of universe, both from this author and others.

the main characters are kinda funny and very serious. feeling like you are being forced to “stay in the closet” because of family obligations is not funny, though. i loved how his brother reassured him and let him know that its ok to be yourself. the sex was great, the little bit of violence was not over-done, and the hea was also great. all in all a great trilogy, so far. i cant wait to read the third book.

Karter has recently undergone a change of mind after witnessing Kell Iverson’s trial (from book 2) and has opened his eyes to how badly many omegas are treated by alphaholes. He’s slowly becoming woke and has started to rebel agains …more

Omega wolf Jason and his family have been on the run for six years, to keep Jason from being forcefully mated to his pack’s cruel Alpha. When a brutal attack leaves his father desperately injured, Jason comes to the conclusion that it’s time to call it quits. Terrified as he is to deliver himself into an Alpha’s power, he makes a deal to mate with the Alpha of the richest pack in the country, and discovers that he’d rather mate the Alpha’s handsome Head of Security.

I ended up a bit ambivalent about this book. I didn’t particularly like Blake and didn’t understand his desire to kick against the pricks in his mid-20s as if he were still 16. I definitely related more to Josh in pretty much all ways.

Why I read this book: This week is Out Of Your Comfort Zone, and I had just snagged this one when it was free. I wasn’t sure what I would read for this week and one of our reviewers pointed out it was mpreg which isn’t really my cup of tea. I also saw the note that is had warnings for physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, all of which are hot buttons for me.

Never Have I Ever by hudders-and-hiddles (huddersandhiddles) – The boys play Never Have I Ever with some of the Met and they get together cause John and Sherlock are so dumb that it takes alcohol and a truth game for them to realize that their feelings are REQUITED DAMN IT okay okay I’m sorry canon stresses me out.

Limited time only, on sale for $0.99! Suni has practically everything he could want in life: money, freedom, and hot sexual flings. But the one thing he can’t seem to get is an alpha who can handle his wayward spirit. That seems to be something so rare he’d have to wish for it… Su…

Outside of dreams, an Alpha knotting and the potential for impregnating his male omega mate is saved for the end. This is more a “will they or won’t they” end up together and which Alpha is right for the omega story rather than a book of repeated, hard-core sizzle. It’s nice piece for those readers who like focus on plot and character as much or more than the heated Alpha/omega Mpreg breeding scenes.

I loved Heard, book three in A.M. Arthur’s Breaking Free series. I loved Jax and Karter. And I loved the story. So…yeah I loved Heard! lol I loved Heard for all of the reasons I loved Seen: lovable guys, good writing, sweet/sexy/funny scenes, angst, and a great story. But I also loved Heard because some of my personal buttons were pushed. With Seen I could tell that the story was more personal to the author, it was a special baby so to speak. And I liked the story for all of the reasons I like any other A.M. Arthur story but it was a little special because you could tell it was special. So now there’s Heard and while it didn’t have that same “baby” aspect to it Seen did, it instead “did it for me” for other reasons.

When John Wells is called to Washington, he’s sure it’s to investigate the carnage in Dallas, but it isn’t. The former CIA director, now president, Vinnie Duto has plenty of people working in Texas. He wants Wells to go to Colombia. An old asset there has information to share – and it will lead Wells to the deadliest mission of his life.

The book is very good, liked that either one was sure what was going to happen only that a baby was made and now they had to work on what to do now and one had a hard time in believing any of it was true that where the fun comes in, how they get to love one an other, want more of her books

    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.

He jerked his back with a gasp. He was in labor, he was giving birth! He groaned at a contraction and clutched his pregnant stomach with a sob. “Y-You’re coming…!” He moaned, feeling the babies inside twist and prepare to come out. The one in his birth canal was just a couple pushes away from being crowned.

This wasn’t how he had wanted it to go; his mate was no where in sight and he was on land. For a moment he thought about crawling back in, but with how frequent the contractions were coming he knew he’d not have enough time to find his mate and go to their little sanctuary to birth their newborns.

Robert Winston, a pioneer of in-vitro fertilization, told London’s Sunday Times that “male pregnancy would certainly be possible” by having an embryo implanted in a man’s abdomen – with the placenta attached to an internal organ such as the bowel – and later delivered surgically.[10][11][12] Ectopic implantation of the embryo along the abdominal wall, and resulting placenta growth would, however, be very dangerous and potentially fatal for the host, and is therefore unlikely to be studied in humans.[10][13] Gillian Lockwood, medical director of Midland Fertility Services, a British fertility clinic, noted that the abdomen is not designed to separate from the placenta during delivery, hence the danger of an ectopic pregnancy. “The question is not ‘Can a man do it?'” stated bioethicist Glenn McGee. “It’s ‘If a man does have a successful [ectopic] pregnancy, can he survive it?'”[11]

Sebastian was doing his regular nightly duties when all of a sudden he a got sharp pain in his side. He gasped in pain but just ignored it and went back to his duties. After a while, it was morning and Sebastian’s pains went from bad to worse, but Sebastian just thought he was coming down with some demon sickness so he went to Ciel’s room to wake him up.

What begins as seemingly benign rude comments on one of his online articles, soon spirals into threatening tweets and implications of impending murder. And when the pair can no longer ignore the very real threat of their safety, Dane decides to take matters into his own hands.

With his tail pumping behind himself, Ferris swam onward, just trying to ease the aches of being so heavily pregnant. When will it end? I can’t swim as fast this big, and my tail is always sore from moving so much weight… He groaned inwardly and placed both his hands over his largely swollen belly.

I think that if it was fleshed out just a bit more, if it delved just a little deeper, this could be a five star read. It has great potential to be a stellar series and I’m looking forward to reading Kell’s book.

“My wife’s about to give birth!” he practically screamed at the nurse, causing her to flinch and touch her ears subtly. Lately, loud noises had been incredibly piercing. She felt a flutter in her belly and rubbed the round mass, easing her own unborn child. Clearly the baby didn’t like the noise either.