“Mpreg Stories Edition”

This was quite unexpected from author A.M. Arthur but I really enjoyed it. One interesting thing, which I’ve never read in a book before, is that there are no women. Plain and simple, women do not exist in this universe. The people are made up of 3 male genders: Alpha, Beta and Omega. The Betas are sterile so the only fertile couplings are between Alphas and Omegas. The Ome …more

The story plot was a good idea, just wish the characters emotional standing with one another was better. The whole surrogate mother bid has been retold numerous times I just wish this put a bit,more spin on it. The characters seemed like there “aha” moment didn’t fully come to fruition until practically the end of the book, the same with the cousin trouble, basically forgot he was still in the story because he had such small parts within it. I felt that the pace was gone just the development could have been better.

Dean fell in love with him, and even once he regained his strength and returned home to the castle, he continued to visit Castiel in secret. When Castiel told him he was pregnant, a quirk of his magical biology, Dean was overjoyed until the reality of his father’s decree dawned upon him. 

Louisa Clark arrives in New York ready to start a new life, confident that she can embrace this new adventure and keep her relationship with Ambulance Sam alive across several thousand miles. She is thrown into the world of the super-rich Gopniks: Leonard and his much younger second wife, Agnes, and a never-ending array of household staff and hangers-on. Lou is determined to get the most out of the experience and throws herself into her job and New York life within this privileged world.

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Joel smiled as he saw a small egg breach the man’s opening and he cruelly spread his legs open widely, looking at the heavy dilated hole. Fluid started dripping from the hole as the man moaned and groaned against the contractions.

3.5 stars for me. I just felt this was more or less a one sided relationship. I understand Jax went through hell being held hostage and forced to do what he had to for him and his baby to survive but I just didn’t feel the pull from him for his mate Karter until maybe the very end. It just seemed that their roles were reversed as well, Karter was always emotional and apologetic and wishy washy which was odd for an officer of the law (he was trying to be less of a dominate alpha) and Jax was not …more

Jumping at the harshness of Eren’s tone, he moved to held Eren onto his hands and knees, his mates fingers gripping the bedhead for dear life as more moans and whimpers poured from Eren’s mouth. Grabbing his phone, he tried to ignore the fact of just what was happening

“Also I looove the idea of true mates/soul mates like knowing by someone’s scent that you’re meant to be together, bonding for life (and just bonding in general), in some fics true mates can telepathically connect too which is great. all the destined to be together shit is fab.” (erin, female, pansexual, 18-25, UK)

You had a crush on him, you see. But of course, you were too shy to ask. Sam knew that right away since the two of you were best friends. You became friends really quickly when Sam moved into your high school and protected you from a couple bullies. You then told him that no one had ever done that and you would be glad to be friends. And from then on, you stuck by him and he protected your from any bully. He had told you that he had a few bullies that bullied him as well so he was glad to help you.

When John Wells is called to Washington, he’s 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.

Ed Adami had been a friend of Baudin the now dishonorably discharged Seal. It seems they shared some very archaic / old fashioned, ultra conservative ideas of an Omegas place in the world – primarily at home raising the children. Unfortunately the one man he wanted did not want children – how were they going to revolve that monumental problem? At first it was easier to ignore it as they finally consummated their relationship.

“I get to meet you soon, baby,” she panted through her breath, trying to rub her belly as she clutched it with both arms. She shut her eyes and just tried to focus on the sound of the large pool filling up with water from the dozens of taps that surrounded it. She was at least happy to be giving birth in such a nice environment.

Thirty-five-year-old Kate Bowler was a professor at the school of divinity at Duke, and had finally had a baby with her childhood sweetheart after years of trying, when she began to feel jabbing pains in her stomach. She lost 30 pounds, chugged antacid, and visited doctors for three months before she was finally diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer. As she navigates the aftermath of her diagnosis, Kate pulls the listener deeply into her life, which is populated with a colorful, often hilarious collection of friends, pastors, parents, and doctors.

The plot is quite obvious at times with no real twists that I didn’t see coming, but I actually liked that as I could just sit back, read and enjoy it without having to think too much. Perfect. I loved the ending, it tied up all the loose ends for Luca and Kit while cleverly leaving the story of the secondary characters open for further exploration…I hope.

“That’s something that I’d never considered.” Castiel sighed “however, perhaps now is not the time for such regrets.” Sam gave the angel a sympathetic smiled and then wished him good night and went off to his room.

“G-Get it out then!” Francis shouted, writhing in the water. “I don’t care..haa…reach in and pull the fucker out if you have to!” He swore loudly, feeling his opening start to split and bleed as the baby forced itself out.

This novella isn’t groundbreaking writing or anything, but the writing is proficient and consistent, the story well crafted despite the cliche plot, and the book overall engaging and enjoyable to read. Despite being rough around the edges, this author has actual talent, and I would really like to see what they could do with a full-length book and a good editor.

“They are rebuilding. Metatron left a mess that needs the cleaning up, and he has left the angel population low, so mating will probably take priority.” The younger Winchester furrowed his brows in confusion.

The one thing that stands out the most is the amazing world Leta Blake has created. It’s a dystopian-like society with very strict rules. What really impressed me was that the author took the time to think of the effects of male pregnancy. In fact, a lot of the storyline is in regards to the biology of humans with a wolf-like mentality. The reader is not left taking things as a fact but given the reasons.

Kade is a workaholic packless omega (raised by his human aunt, has a close relationship with his cousin Poppy) who on top of his demanding job as a social worker, he spends any free time as a volunteer at a local animal shelter. Let’s not forget the fact he has three dogs of his own. After a comment by his boss and a talk to by his cousin, he decides to join OmegaDate and is surprised when he gets a message pretty much immediately from Rocco.

I find myself tearing up as Lou finishes combing through my curls gently. I keep my head low, my eyes blurring as I try to focus on the screen. This is ridiculous. I keep telling myself to stop crying, shake the feeling of being alone…but I can’t. It’s always there, lingering in the air, almost as if haunting me it’s constantly on my mind. 

An independent Omega wants to stay unmated and run his bakery in peace – too bad his fated mate won’t let that happen. Avery Blue is a young Omega and the owner of the new bakery called the Halo Muffin. He’s determined to stay unmated and show the world there’s more to an Omega than just popping out babies and being toys for Alphas. Enter the walking wall of muscle named Lucas Kochalka, Alpha of the Kochalka Pact. He rushes into the store and tries to stomp away with his mate.

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Niso nodded as he held the baby up and was grabbing one of the towels he’d brought from the bathroom, cleaning it off. “It’s out Francis, it’s out.” He said, looking up at the younger male. “Is that…is that all of them?” Niso asked meekly, swallowing a lump in his throat. He doubted Francis was up for another birth. He laid the baby once it was cleaned and wrapped up with it’s siblings, looking over the little babies before he turned his attention back on Francis again. “Oh, thank goodness.” Francis hung his head and grunted tiredly. His fingers trailed over his newly deflated stomach and pressed just above his pubic bone, feeling for any hardness. “I-I think so.” When Francis found none he shook his head. A soft sigh escaped his mouth as he crawled over to Niso and laid his head in his lap, hands reaching out to clutch at the older male’s shirt. After a few seconds, the young man broke down, sobbing quietly. He was utterly exhausted, his body physically spent of energy.

”In there..” He pants,”Middle drawer,Under everything. There is a silver instrument of sorts,It will..It will work.” He cries out,Panting heavily as he arches his back in pain. Sebastian nods and rummages through the drawer,Leaning over it and digging his nails into the top of it as another pain nearly drops him. He bites back screaming out,Just rocks slightly over the dresser until it ends,Ciel not even noticing. As it ends,He finally finds the instrument. It’s certainly a gruesome looking thing. A long,thin silver handle. At the top,A small silver hook.

Ox was 23 when murder came to town and tore a hole in his head and heart. The boy chased after the monster with revenge in his blood red eyes, leaving Ox behind to pick up the pieces. It’s been three years since that fateful day and the boy is back. Except now he’s a man, and Ox can no longer ignore the song that howls between them.

You sat in the glass cage, hugging a ruffed up stuffed bear on your lap, one of your hands wrapped in bandages, a needle holding some form of liquid spread into your bloodstream, you winced, moving the clothed hand up to your forehead.

Phil begins school at a new high school to avoid his past, however, he doesn’t intend for how much his life is going to change. He meets Dan, the one he’s first warned about, and develops a quick attraction for him. But when things begin to look up for Phil, someone else comes in and breaks the norm.

Niso shook his head quickly. “You have to push it out, the head’s out Francis!” He said, reaching into the water and holding the baby’s head still with one hand, his other holding Francis’ swollen stomach. “Push!” “Tch..!” Francis gritted his teeth. He quickly drew breath, biting back a cry as his anal muscles contracted, sealing itself around the baby’s neck. The next time he pushed, a fresh peal of pain bloomed in his anus from when both the baby’s shoulders were battering against his opening. The grip on his knees weakened as shooting pains radiated up and down his spine, his teeth baring as he pushed, hard. “Just one more..” Francis muttered darkly then heaved, feeling the baby’s shoulder slide all the way out before it was followed by the rest of its body. Dazed, he fell back and panted in exhaustion. Niso quickly caught the baby and pulled it out of the water, surprised to see it didn’t have an umbilical cord. He held it close to himself and looked at Francis, shock on his face that Francis had just given birth.

Every author deserves credit for the extreme effort that goes into writing a story. The concept was good, I read the blurb and bought it. Sadly, it was just blah. There was shifting which I like, but the characters, esp Jake, weren’t developed to where I cared about them. And was it Christmas? I missed that.