I love this series. I love the characters, the dialogue and storylines. I also love the action and adventure aspect of it as well. This book was no different. It had drama, action, suspense, mystery, romance…it had it all. I loved how the characters interact with each other not just the two MCs, but all of the characters. The only bump I found in the story was when they were discussing how Colin and Ed were discussing how they would take care of the baby. Colin mentioned something about being able to afford the rising health insurance premiums for the baby. Active duty service members and their families do not pay for their insurance. It’s an entitlement with the military. Me working with military insurance is the only reason why that stood out to me. Other than that tiny blip, the story was perfect. The series is a definite must read and I truly recommend it.
“It often feels like it’s just a way to get stereotypical gender roles into a same-gender relationship. With small, delicate Omegas who stay home and look pretty and have babies. With strong, protective Alphas, who are wealthy and look after them. Omegas as property, Alphas as their owners. It’s like the worst of male/female dynamics from relatively recent history being re-vamped and re-romanticized.” (hiddensymposiarch, female, bisexual, 30-40, Canada)
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
“You know what? You are right!” Dean turned away and made way to his room. “Do whatever the fuck you want. See if I care!” A little later a door slammed and Sam turned to Castiel. The angel’s eyes seemed watery but his lips were thinned in anger.
Not all respondents concede that this depends on the fic. K (they/them, gay, 15-18, USA) dislikes A/B/O “because it seems to just be a way to squish queer characters into het gender roles. The fact that everyone is is assigned a ‘position ‘ (omega, alpha or beta) is very similar to the way everyone irl is assigned a gender.” They acknowledge that “this could lead to allegorical critsisms of the construct of in our culture, but those kinds of fics are few and far between, and for the most part people stick to the very hetero-cis-normative gender roles associated with the different positions, and they get very boring and formulaic after a while.”
Omegaverse is a sub-genre of Yaoi. These manga take place in an alternate universe where everyone can become pregnant. Instead of being a man or a woman, you are an alpha, a beta, or an omega; classifications based on precise physical and behavioral characteristics. This classification is a hierarchical social status where alphas are considered superior, betas are ruled by alphas, and omegas are treated as inferior by all.
Initially not wanting to settle down, James meets Stewart; devastatingly good-looking, charming and aloof, Stewart is everything James never knew he wanted—except that he seems to have something against James and everything he stands for.
Even now, finally ready to take a second shot at happiness, true love seems elusive. How is Roam supposed to find another mate when every alpha he encounters rejects him the second they catch wind of his son?
“M-preg. Nothing wrong about it but I don’t like how children affect the stories. I like it when the characters remain on the same level no matter if they’re alphas or omegas. Pregnancy almost always means tht one of the character will be seen as weaker or more delicate. It’s something I struggle with in real life, how women are seen as gentle, delicate creatures just because of their natural abilities. So finding the same kind of disparity in a fic is disappointing for me.” (Mélissa, female, pansexual/panromantic, 25-30, France)
Reece is desperate to right his wrongs and save Ellis’s heart, even if it means sacrificing his desires to be the omega’s mate and being there for him as his protector and friend instead. But the more time they spend together the more it becomes clear that suppressed feeling and emotions cannot be ignore. With time their relation blossom. Reece feels he can be with all he is, be the Alpha to his omega. He’s hundred percent devoted to making sure of it.
Jason is basically a woman after he and Mac do the nasty. Little by little this guy transformed, and all the little girly sweet inside thoughts that he’d had about gardening and having babies, (all the things I tried to ignore) and all this “omega” juice starting spewing out by the gallons. Idk. It just turned into a standard het. Romance for me. I guess the author intends to give Jason room to grow, but I’m not all that interested in waiting around.
Jeremy sat at the table in silence, Alyssa, one of his best friends sitting across from him. He had been against the blind date from the beginning since he was worried that his nerves would cause him to go into labour, and that it would force poor Matthew, his date, to take him home or to the hospital before they even got to know each other. He was already a week past his due date, and he knew it wasn’t smart to be out and about in his condition, but he also felt as if he would go insane if all he
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But there’s a lo…t more to Austin than meets the eye, and Joey soon finds out that Austin’s reason for hiring him has a lot less to do with his administrative abilities than it does with his desire to discover Joey’s more hidden talents. And the more Joey starts to realize that Austin’s impending marriage to Crystal isn’t quite what it seems, the more he feels compelled to reveal a deeply buried secret of his own