You can add books with characters that have animal characteristics but don’t actually shift so please no coyote packs etc. (Mainly, don’t add werewolf romances since there’s just so many and are so similar. You can add exceptions to shifter romance such as Stephanie Burke’s Absolute Perfection.)
“(…) I also like the changes in power dynamics in pairings and how characters sometimes can be written as accepting of them and sometimes resist them. I mostly read Omegaverse in the Sherlock fandom and either Sherlock or John (both very strong, dominant characters) resisting the social and sometimes the physical stereotypes of the Omega is one of my favorite type of story.” (Ishtar, female, straight, 50+, USA)
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.
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Lúc ấy tôi gần như bất tỉnh, may mà cậu ta lay tôi dậy. Cố căng hai mắt mờ nhòe vì đau đớn và mồhôi, tôi dựa vào sự giúp đỡ của cậu ấy mà đi được đến sô pha. Trong lúc ôm bụng kêu rên thì cậu ta đã đưa tôi một cuốc nước mát. Cơn đau nay đã trải dài toàn thân tôi, tôi vô thức dạng chân ra. Nhờ thế mà cậu nhóc chú ý đến vết ẩm ướt ở đáy quần, “Chú ơi, chú ổn chứ?”
“It can’t happen yet, ahh, Cas, please, De—, ahh…!” Sam couldn’t say anything after that and kept screaming and trying to breathe at the same time. There was a small part of Dean, just a tiny part that was terrified for his brother; he fucking despised that feeling and felt his hatred for his brother grow.
As he started to bear down again, he gripped his legs this time and spread them even wider, throwing his back and yelling in pain while he bore down against the pain. He didn’t understand why this was happening to him, he’d taken such good care of his pregnancy and the eggs and babies he carried.
Joel tutted as he checked his watch. 11.48pm. The man had been trying to push out the egg for a good 45minutes but it wouldn’t budge. He could see the man straining to birth the egg, spreading his legs obscenely and crying out as he pushed and fought against the contractions. Joel swirled the wine in his glass and took another sip as he contemplated going over to help the man.
Hi, I’m just dropping this comment here to let you know this story is stolen. This person did NOT write it. My friend and I did. This person stole this and one of my stories, and many pictures which don’t belong to them.
“Hurts…!” He whined, tears stinging his eyes from the severe pain he was feeling from birthing an egg and baby at the same time. His body shook from it, but he squeezed his mate’s hand anyway and bore down, screaming out as the baby’s head popped out in a gush of fluids.
The Kingdom of Askara has been torn apart by conflict for centuries, where humans exist as subservient beings to their werewolf masters. Legend says it will only be able to heal itself when an Alpha King and a pure omega are mated and crowned together, but a pure omega hasn’t been born in over a thousand years. Luca is an Alpha-heir eagerly awaiting the choosing ceremony on his 25th birthday and the gifts granted by whichever omega he mates.
Opinions on this vary; different fics deal with this in different way – or not at all, in some cases. A/B/O fics run the risk of glossing over the issue of consent, which a majority of my survey participants found highly problematic.