Jerricho, Jerry, is a librarian and he’s also an Anzuni Demon Prince. He’s approaching his 25th birthday which is when he’s expected to marry an obnoxious man of his parents choosing, Ty, and bear his children. Oh, and he’s expected to be a virgin when it happens! Jerry loves his parents and knows he must obey the laws of the Anzuni clan, but he would love to keep the hard-won freedom he’s had for the last few years. After meeting his ‘fiancée’ for the first time, he also desperately wants just one night with the human man he’s fallen in love with, Rex. Thanks to his friend Keith, he gets that chance. Jerry must leave after their one night and return home to his parents, and it breaks his heart and also Rex’s, but more importantly he later finds out he’s pregnant, and of course, Rex is the father.
Prom can’t hold on anymore and can’t wait for Noct any longer. He’s a screaming and crying mess at this point. He is in a ton of pain, in the middle of nowhere in a shed, and about to give birth whether he likes it or not. He comes to terms with what is going to happen when Noct and the others show up right on time. Gladio calls an ambulance but he knows it will take too long to get there. So Ignis and Gladio do their best at being a doctor while Noct immediately gets close to Prom and comforts him as best he can. It isn’t long after that Prompto gives birth to Nikolas and the paramedics show up about five minutes later. Both mother and child turn out healthy and okay after all that.
Jason, the protagonist, is a really smart omega. He had terrible teenage years, but that only made him stronger, more confident, and brave. Mac, on the other hand, is a typical Alpha, however, it doesn’t diminish the impact of the story, the opposite happens, the dynamic of the couple gets better because of that.
Love this series. Shifters and mpreg are always great stories. Rowan finds the well and sees Derrick! He is living a dangerous life when he meets Derrick. Of course things run the way they do and Derrick is pregnant and Rowan is in trouble. HEA for all.
~“We did good, didn’t we, hon?”, Keith whispered into Lance’s ear seductively. “We did, baby.”, Lance replied, slipping his hand under Keith’s shirt. “Looks like I’m getting a little more than a kiss under the mistletoe tonight.” “I’m alright with having another little one running around the house.“, Keith said just as seductively as before.
Fast forward. It took me a WHILE to get into this story. I think it was because I didn’t like Jason’s character before he got caught by the Mercy Hills pack. I got that they were on the run and he wasn’t exactly emotionally or physically stable, but the reason I didn’t like him was his POV narrative. How do you make being chased by men who want to hurt you and kill your father boring? I couldn’t get into the story because the part that should have been tense and exhilarating left me yawning. And wtf was up with the decision making in this book?
Luca is the perfect alpha with just the right amount of flawed judgment to make him real and with loads of love and compassion to counteract it. Luca and his unerring desire to do what’s right is one of the drivers behind this book. Kit, what can I say about Kit? He’s strong yet fragile and perfectly adorable! His capacity to suffer for the welfare of others left me breathless at times. The supporting characters are also well developed, and I’d like to hear more from Luca’s sisters and his friend Sam.
In a tribe of stallion shifters, Alvarr is smaller and more delicate than the rest of the herd. But he is also a rare stallion mage, a male horse shifter who can perform magic – a talent only found in mare shifters. The other herd members mistrust…
Don’t worry about it, Stiles replies, but Derek still winces. Of all the days his meetings run over, of course it’s their anniversary. He grabs his work bag from the floor by his desk and flies out of the office, strategically ducking around the stragglers from the meeting who don’t have places to be and want to chat.
Summary: In a world where an unmated pregnant omega is seen as nothing but garbage, what will Arthur do when he loses everything? Oneshot, omegaverse, UsUk, rated T for slight language and sexual implications.
What a great read. The book takes you on a journey of emotions and surprises that keeps you focused on the main characters of the book. Dallas is kind and sweet and after a horrible attack in the park by a big ‘dog’ knows something is wrong. Roman’s wolf has gone nuts by attacking and now he must try and fix it. The book is well written and follows Dallas as he is forced to come to terms with what happened to him and how to coexist with his new wolf. Roman must teach him to survive, to do what he must to prove himself. Dallas just wants to go back home. Amazing writing with such discriptions and feelings that it brings you in and you feel the struggle of both Roman and Dallas as they fall in love and want so much to have a future together. The book also bring a end that bring the book full circle. I will be reading more books by this author.
As Mark and Zeke’s forbidden romance buds, an old and dangerous enemy rears his head once more, threatening to destroy everything they’ve come to hold dear. When flight no longer remains an option, Mark and Zeke must fight back or lose each other forever. Can they overcome a force that would see them dragged into eternal dismay, or will they have to face a harsh truth and realize that sometimes romances should remain forbidden?
The next time Lance could pinpoint that Keith had been acting weird was when he noticed Shiro talking to Keith about…something. Lance didn’t know what they had been talking about, but they’d seemed to want to keep it secretive, because when they noticed Lance looking at them, they stopped. Keith had basically been shrugging Shiro off and even walked away while he was calling his name. Now that was super strange behavior from Keith.
This is a Pride and Prejudice AU. A good one. I don’t know what more information you could possibly need. It veers off radically towards the end for the sake of drama, which I’m not completely convinced was necessary if I’m being brutally honest, because P&P is epic and perfect just as it is, but Peter Hale as Lady Catherine De Bourgh honestly makes up for anything. Heh.
Some quotes have already pointed towards reasons this trope can polarise as powerfully as it does. In this final part I’d like to take a closer look at what my participants cited when asked about what they like and dislike about this trope, which frequently surpasses simple squicks and kinks and touches topics like sexism, homo- and transphobia, to name but a few.
“I need you, Lance.” Keith spoke to him in a breathy voice, eyes glazed over with…lust. Lance was sure that was lust. But there was something else there, too…unfortunately, Keith really wasn’t giving Lance time to think about anything as he kept speaking. “This is something that happens to me because I’m part Galra. I go into heat, Lance, my my hole, goes into heat and I just need something filling me,” He ground his hips down against Lance and this time, he felt wetness from Keith’s ass. “I need you filling me.” He muttered with finality, moving back to Lance’s crotch. He felt his heart tighten a bit because, was Keith just using him? He wasn’t sure how he felt about that and wasn’t sure if he had time to decide how he felt about it as Keith grabbed the hem of his boxers and yanked them down his legs. He let out a low moan at the feeling of the fabric raking past his bulge, exposing it to the cool air of the room as it throbbed for attention.
Thor smiled as a maid helped him dress (Name) in proper Asgardian infant attire. “Does your father approve of (Name)?” the maid asked as she handed a well-dressed (Name) to her father. For a moment Thor’s brow crinkled. “He has not truly met (Name) before. Tonight will be their first official meeting,” he murmured the woman. Thor masked his worry and took his child. He waved to the maid and whistled on his way to a dining hall.
She had her dams tail as tiny as it was and her sires flat nose. Her eyes were closed still so they couldn’t see what they looked like till she opened them but their shape was his. Her ears were in the same place as Kolivan’s but more of his shape but fluffy like Kolivan’s. She had a full head of head fur more of her sires color then his own darker colored head fur. The tips of her ears were folded down and her eyes closed as they should be and her eyes wouldn’t open until she was about 49 quintents old. About a pheeb and a half. Or proximately 7 to 8 movements.
A slightly “bad John” story. Omegaverse with omegas on top for a change. I’ve removed the dubious consent tag for Reese/Finch. Harold may have conflicted feelings but he is consenting. Thanks to JinkyO for inspiring so much, concept-wise, including the idea of milk bars!
He helped me realize that I had been living my entire life separated from the rest of the world. Through our love, he showed me what it was like to be a real man who wasn’t judged by wealth. I found that I liked helping the omega care for my house.
Braun Etting is a young Omega living in an alternate version of the United States where no females and three classes of males exist – Alphas, Betas and Omegas. Alphas are the most powerful in physical, economic and social spheres. In order to reproduce, an Alpha must mate with an Omega while he is in heat and at his most fertile. Betas enjoy much of the same rights as Alphas, but they are unable to reproduce. Omegas are the nurturing parents, valued on …more
Rocco (alpha wolf) and Kade (omega wolf) are both looking for love. They have their own reasons behind signing up though a dating app but what they find is each other. The storyline is predictable, it’s been written before, but the story comes together very well. Rocco needs to realize whether his position as alpha in his pack is more important than Kade.
It all started with a few papers in the wrong hands… Omega rabbit shifter Elliott works as a graphic designer at Reynolds Enterprise. When one of his experimental works ends up in the hands of his boss, who then delivers it to his boss, Elliott soon finds himself behind the door of none other but Mr. Felix Reynolds himself…
The novel starts as a typical first person. Jason riddles off pointless details about himself, and then we’re thrown into his on the run lifestyle with his father, which brings me to my first issue. The telling. Huge problem in this book is the telling. We’re told Jason is nurturing, we’re told about his heats, we’re told he’s afraid, we’re told, through Mac’s pov that he’s traumatized. Meanwhile I’m waiting to be shown this world of shifters and the enclave which is actually interesting. Eventually we’re shown these things with minute detail, but it would have been so much sexier to see Jason writhing in his bed, tossing and turning from the heat pulsating though him, to make us feel his need!