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Alois seeing Claude come this way pushing a cart he narrowed his eyes pushing Ciel into the bathroom and closed the door behind him. “What do you want!” Claude rolled his eyes “I’ve come to give you and Ciel some t-” he started but was interrupted “We don’t want any of your crappy tea!” Alois grabbed a cup and threw the whole cup at Claude which he easily dodged.

I enjoyed reading this book . I also enjoyed listening to it . The characters was great. I loved the romance . Mark struggling with his insecurities and up bringiing. Zeke carefree and living life. Both dominant males . My favorite part is on the airplane when Zeke first see Mark. Mark is not receptive to him at first. I enjoyed the narrator as well . The voices was exactly what I expected . I’m looking forward to reading Asher’s story. I like to see how that turns out .

“The nurturing & bonding process of pregnancy stretching beyond gender stereotypes. Different facets of parenting reflected in a male/male relationship (strong omega daddy + tender alpha papa). Baby cuddles.” -Iris

Stilinskisparkles. What can I say that hasn’t been said before. Do you need anything more than to see their name to convince you this is worth reading? Perhaps you do, perhaps you’re new to Sterek. If so, you’re in for a treat. This, like all their fics, has wonderful characterisation, dialogue, emotion, depth, and universe building. It was just so atmospheric. They have a particular gift for showing everyone’s thoughts and motivations while staying within one POV, Derek’s in this case. It sounds easy but it’s really really hard to do subtly, and this author absolutely nails it. And everything else. Go. Read. Now.

Unaware that he was being watched, Adam had got the egg out, before not able to catch his breathe as the next egg was starting to crown. After pushing for a few minutes or what seemed like forever to him, Adam could barely feel the egg sliding out. Catching his breathe in between pushing, Adam reached his hand trying to feel the egg. Groaning, Adam could only feel the tip of the egg out, figuring it had to be one of the biggest one yet.

But when ‘Saved’ was free on Amazon, I grabbed it. Hey, free and a new to me author, of course I grabbed it. The same day I got it we were talking about what to read for our out of comfort zone week, and Eloreen mentioned it was mpreg. I figured now was the perfect time to read my very first Omegaverse book. But it wasn’t just the mpreg that was out of my comfort zone, it also has abuse, physical, sexual and emotional. I just really do not like reading books with abuse, but I have to say that A.M. handled it very well.

How would a man conceive and carry a child? How would he give birth? What is it about male pregnancy that is so intriguing? We don’t always have the answers, but visit the Mpreg Discussion board and add your own two cents!

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

Crave to Conquer is the first installment in the Myth of Omega serial, a dark, erotic, Omegaverse romance. Cliff-hanger included. For fans of dominant Alpha anti-heroes, sassy Omega heroines, epic fantasy worlds and captive romances.

Stiles is sitting at the kitchen counter when Derek comes in, red pen out as he grades papers. Derek watches him as he shrugs off his coat, drinks in the long line of his neck, and he’s suddenly terrified that Stiles is going to leave him. Why, he doesn’t know – but then Stiles lifts his head and smiles faintly, and some of the tightness in Derek’s chest loosens.

Luca is an Alpha-heir eagerly awaiting the choosing ceremony on his twenty-fifth birthday and the gifts granted by whichever omega he mates. His small pack is destitute due to the decisions of its ruling council, but being only an Alpha-heir, he has no authority to challenge them. Not until now—this moment he has waited a long time for.

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The number-one best-selling author of The Future of the Mind traverses the frontiers of astrophysics, artificial intelligence, and technology to offer a stunning vision of man’s future in space, from settling Mars to traveling to distant galaxies. Formerly the domain of fiction, moving human civilization to the stars is increasingly becoming a scientific possibility – and a necessity. Whether in the near future due to climate change and the depletion of finite resources or in the distant future due to catastrophic cosmological events, humans will one day need to leave Earth.

Other critics are similar in their generalisations and cite many reasons they have a problem with this genre’s treatment of gender roles. I have tried to organise the following list by topic as much as possible, but the categories frequently overlap.

In a post apocalyptic world where Alphas, Betas, and Omegas struggle to keep living, Will Graham finds himself at the mercy of a grieving Count and must negotiate through his life and try not to fall in love. When he finally finds his way out, he learns he’s not so ready to let go of Hannibal Lecter.

Thematically, pregnancy can be similar to the issues of parasitism and gender.[citation needed] Some science fiction writers have picked up on these issues, in “cross-gender” themes—e.g., Octavia E. Butler’s Bloodchild and Other Stories.[clarification needed] Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel The Left Hand of Darkness contains the sentence “The king was pregnant”, and explores a society in which pregnancy can be experienced by anyone, since individuals are not sexually differentiated during most of their life and can become capable of inseminating or gestating at different times. Lois McMaster Bujold’s Ethan of Athos features an all-male society in which men use artificial wombs, but experience many of the psychological effects of pregnancy (anticipation, anxiety, etc.). Marge Piercy’s feminist utopian novel Woman on the Edge of Time, neither men nor women get pregnant, leaving that to artificial wombs, but both sexes may lactate and nurse the infant; the specifically female experiences of pregnancy and nursing were opened to men in the cause of gender equality.[28]

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The thunder clashed loudly outside, followed by a strong flash of lightning that filled the sky. Everyone in the Leaf Village had run in just in time before the storm started. Naruto looked out of the window from where he laid in bed with his lover, and flinched as the thunder roared again. Sasuke slept soundly in bed with him, as Naruto moved as close to him as he could, and snuggled into him. He flinched again as it thundered outside, followed by another bright flash of lightning. Naruto shivered from fear and started to slowly rub his uneasy swollen stomach. He was just eight months pregnant with his and Sasuke’s child, and could always be able to sense fear from it whenever something bad or worrisome happened.