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Adam continued to push as he felt the other man holding his legs as far apart as they would go. Continuing to push, Adam felt the medium size egg slide out with the aid of the fluid that was around it. However, a few minutes hadn’t even passed before he felt the third one at his opening as a gush of fluid came out knowing that was the water around the egg.

Roaming Free is a great addition to the OmegaDate Diaries series by Odin Nightshade. I loved Tarly and Roam. The story had lots of feels and started out by making me cry. However, I was so happy that Tarly and Roam were able to connect and with Roam’s support he was able to try therapy again for his condition, and with some new medications, he was better able to live a more normal life instead of the reclusive one he had been living. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

Aside from a few stray fish, it was pretty quiet and peaceful where he’d found himself, a nice area he and his mate had chosen for the birth of their young. He let his aching tail relax while he sat on the coral, this particular bunch a perfect shape for sitting and relaxing on. With his hand on his massive stomach, he could feel each movement his babies made.

When Taryn fails his Guard tryouts and Rian learns he’s infertile, it seems like life is just getting worse for the brash Alpha and his reluctant Omega. The pair has to learn to work together to get through it all—and will Rian ever learn about his own desires?

The extremely jealous alpha thinks his omega servant/bedmate is sneaking off to hook up with another lover.  When he finds out omega is basically working for (what the alpha considers to be) a subversive organization, he mostly shrugs it off with just a little warning to his wandering omega about potential dangers.

My issue with this story is how it was presented. It’s noted here on Amazon that it’s over 500 pages. Obviously this is completely false. I finished this story in about an hour so I’d say it was under 100 pages. Now I realize the page length on any blurb is up to Amazon getting it right but who’s at fault here, especially when it holds another story. Nothing in the blurb about another story following this one, but I wanted to finish what wasn’t written about Rocco and Kade. I wondered if Kade was now shifting and being more familiar with his wolf. I also wondered what Rocco did in his spare time besides fix up the house and care for the dogs. Is he a house husband? There’s no mention of schooling, training, or what he’ll do outside his pack structure. I pictured Kade working himself to the bone with a job and heavy volunteer work and Rocco sitting around. And I never understood why a pack wolf would fight for leadership when it wasn’t Rocco’s to give. That whole thing came off as a vendetta against Rocco and I kept expecting this defeated wolf to pop up and harass Kade. So yes, the story was short and unfulfilling. It was okay, I wanted more. 3 stars. – Dan’s Wife

The other herd members mistrust Alvarr and his powers over the earth. Even the strong, commanding lead stallion, Laren, keeps his distance. His rejection of the smaller mage hurts, until the Time of Mating brings them together…

Matt Cullam is a journalist—one of the best. When his longtime friend Hillary, lately married into a billionaire family, invites him to her new countryside home for a mini-vacation, Matt accepts gladly.

Why we think it’s a great listen: Seabiscuit was a runaway success, and Hillenbrand’s done it again with another true-life account about beating unbelievable odds. On a May afternoon in 1943, an Army Air Forces bomber crashed into the Pacific Ocean and disappeared, leaving only a spray of debris and a slick of oil, gasoline, and blood. Then, on the ocean surface, a face appeared…..

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night when they would kiss and plot Snoke’s demise together. He remembers it all, their five years together and all the plans they had for the future, together. But he’d thrown that all away when he’d denied the call of the Dark, when he’d refused to kill his own father back on Starkiller base. Ben stands and stare at Hux for a little while. Hux stares right back at him. He doesn’t have his little smirk on his face, the one he only reserved for Kylo. His face his blank, his eyes tired.

Set in The AOS Universe, instead of defeating Nero in time to save Earth, Earth is destroyed just like Vulcan was, leaving both Humans and Vulcans on the Endangered Species List.. Vulcans think that it only logical for their two species/races to combine and repopulate.. Even if that means taking the humans and impregnating them by force.. Male Pregnancies can be ensured through surgical means if the Vulcan that chooses them desires to choose that method of reproduction.. Spock is given control of The Enterprise and first pick of the humans on board to breed with… He has a slightly personal vendetta against James Kirk and he decides to take it out on Kirk’s hide as harshly and as humiliating as possible while forcing Kirk to become pregnant with his offspring.. Kirk is a Stallion that needs to be broken to reach its potential.. And Spock will see that Kirk reaches his potential.. That potential just happens to be a potential that poor James Tiberius Kirk never wanted to aim for reaching…

“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.

For the purpose of this fic, let’s imagine a world where male pregnancies are fairly rare but not unheard of. This fic has been a long time coming and it got so disgustingly long, I don’t even have an excuse.

Baby Mine pt.1 (Het Mpreg Birth)The morning of October 16th had started of as any other morning.  For the first time in the past few weeks, I had managed to get a full night’s sleep without worrying about Tom. Of course, I shouldn’t have worried; after all he’s done this twice before, his pregnancy had been textbook so far and between the two of us, I’ve lost count of how many babies we’ve delivered.  What’s one more?

The case of Sanju Bhagat, also known as Sanjay Kumar,[25] a man from Nagpur, India, attracted attention in 1999 for the length of time (36 years) he had carried his parasitic twin inside his body, and the size of the growth. Since Bhagat had no placenta, the growth had connected directly to his blood supply.[26] In an extremely unusual case, a 2-year-old boy became pregnant with his parasitic twin inside his stomach feeding off him like a normal fetus would feed on its mother. The boy required a Caesarean section. It is virtually impossible that the fetus could survive this process due to being underdeveloped.[27]

1. The Masks of Real Heroes by @aelys-althea: One desperate decision has unimaginable consequences. When Harry received his letter at eleven, he turned down the offer to attend Hogwarts. He had to; it was his only chance to escape. Five years later and, in the brief moments he recalls his decision, he feels nothing but regret. Until an incident causes the opportunity to arise once and he is finally given the chance to escape that which has smothered him for so long. *** Another rather dark fic that was recently finished along with its sequel. Harry’s characterization was brilliant and the entire story was very well written. I’ve already read it twice 🙂

He looked..peaceful and that was some rare sight.His hair was everywhere and you couldn’t help but try to play with it,eliciting slight grunt from the sleeping man,you wondered how did he get such a nice eyelashes which throw shadows on his cheeks and his lips were slightly parted which made the image even better.And it made you remember some things that those lips did the last night.Only the thought sent pleasant shivers down your spine.

“What really knocks me out is a book that, when you’re all done reading it, you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it. That doesn’t happen much, though.”

Dean Winchester would do just about anything for his best friend and co-worker, Castiel Novak — including accompanying Cas to his hippy yoga birthing classes. He thought their friendship could survive anything, even seeing his pregnant friend in very *ahem* compromising positions. But as they spend more time together preparing for the birth of Cas’s child, boundaries are crossed and feelings start to surface and neither really know what to do about it.

“Fine.” Kiana pouted playfully. She knew that he needed to work. But she just wanted to spend a little more time with him. Their daily schedules didn’t leave much time for togetherness, especially since they were on the road most of the time.

I personally see fanfiction as a subversive act with subversive potential. Just like slash can be written in a way that it questions heteronormativity and prevailing assumptions or stereotypes, Omegaverse is endowed with the same possibilities. However, it’s also possible that authors reproduce misogyny in their stories, reinscribing heteronormative narratives onto the Alpha/Omega binary. For example, the strong Alpha protects the weaker, submissive Omega, thus mirroring conventional romance plots that have women being rescued and men being tough, etc.

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Omegas were hard to come by worldwide. While I would have preferred to mate for love, it didn’t seem that it was in the cards for me. I had taken over as pack Alpha five years earlier, and it was high time that I started adding to the pack population. Less even than a marriage of convenience, purchasing an Omega at the auction was more of a long-term service contract, a means to an end, so what was an Alpha to do when he found his soul mate on the auction block?

Except, things start to get weirder. After escaping, Peter is chased down by a rabid wolf, and Nitro pops out of nowhere to rescue him sporting fur, fangs and claws. As Peter witnesses the unimaginable, he realizes Nitro might be telling the truth about more than him being a shape-changing beast. Having been thrust into a mysterious and bizarre world, Peter is forced to rely on Nitro and something long buried inside Peter begins to awaken.

The Pillars of the Earth tells the story of Philip, prior of Kingsbridge, a devout and resourceful monk driven to build the greatest Gothic cathedral the world has known…of Tom, the mason who becomes his architect – a man divided in his soul…of the beautiful, elusive Lady Aliena, haunted by a secret shame…and of a struggle between good and evil that will turn church against state, and brother against brother.

A uterine transplant was performed in Saudi Arabia in 2000, from one woman to another, but it did not result in a pregnancy.[16] This advance drew speculation about the possibility of a male receiving a womb transplant, and bearing a child from the transplanted womb.[17]

Finally as he stands to leave the room feeling broken and desperate does Hux speak again. His tone has gone back to its usual sharpness, he has a cruel smile on his bloody lips and his eyes have a spark lighting them up. ’I named Kylo Ren’s daughter with the ridiculous and grandiose name he suggested for our heir when we talked about the future together. She’s turning four in two months. Soon, the Supreme Leader will start training her. But she already knows one truth: that Ben Solo murdered her father Kylo Ren.’        

They both know that the mirror in the room is a fake one and that they’re both being watched. Surprisingly, it’s Hux that breaks the silence first. He just lets out a small, broken ‘Kylo?’ and Ben can’t help but wander what he’s been put through before he ended up in the interogation room. The feelings come rushing back. This fiery desire to protect and to love. To have and to hold. It’s tempting. But it’s the path of the Dark. Right?

“Oh look at her wings!” Castiel whispered, his grace lighting when the eyes opened as his little green eyed girl woke up. Her wings were bright white with a silvery cast over them. Streaks of almost metallic violet blue shone throughout the tiny, grace slickened wings that were now stickily covering her body.

I read a very wide range of books, and I bought this one thinking it would be a trashy novella, a light flimsy read after finishing a heavy series. I was absolutely shocked, because this novella is really well written. Everything about this book at first glance, the themes, the tags, the premise, even the blurb, appearance and the author’s alias promises trash, and instead the writing is fairly high quality, with solid characters that originate from a very cliche archetype but which are multilayered and nuanced. Even the very standard Alpha-meets-fated-mate plot is executed surprisingly well, with the central relationship being dynamic and determined by the interaction of the two main characters, who are both struggling with a sexual attraction that is foisted on them by their wolves. The underlying sense of realism in the characters, their point of view, and the world in which the story occurs, really set the story and its drama apart from melodramatic romantic renditions of similar plots.

Traditional high fantasy with an Omegaverse twist. This is just – I actually don’t have words for how beautiful this story is. There are issues with consent, but the characters are aware of and feel violated by them, and there is a fairly graphic birth scene at the end, but the storytelling is flawless, and the characterisations are so achingly believable it hurts me just to think about it.