”We need you to catch this baby. I need to help Sebastian and soothe him.” Grell says,Worry in his voice as Sebastian yells out and drops to all fours,Rocking back and forth desperately. Sweat drips from his face and he can barely stand to spread his legs far enough apart for Ciel to slide a towel under him,To catch the blood fluids and such. Ciel finally gets the towel under him and instructs Sebastian to push,Grell lowering himself in front of Sebastian,Stroking his hair and coaching him to breathe. Sebastian grabs hold of Grell’s neck and buries his face into his shoulder,Screaming out as he bears down hard,Feeling the ring of fire and the babies head popping out,Releasing a large amount of fluid and blood onto the towel. Ciel wets a towel and presses it against Sebastian’s anus,Before putting scented oil on his finger and dabbing it all around,Trying to soothe Sebastian’s pain. Sebastian is grateful for the pain relief,No matter how small. He moans and tightens his hold around Grell’s neck as he bears down again,Panting as he frees the shoulders.
Prosecutor Kris Jameson is ready to call off his search for true love. Abandoned at birth and raised by humans, Kris seems destined to repeat the cycle of abandonment, falling over and over again for self-centered alphas that won’t commit. Deciding that OmegaDate—a glorified hook-up app as far as Kris is concerned—has brought nothing but grief to his life, Kris decides to delete the app for good; but not before a message from a sweet and gorgeous alpha comes his way, prompting Kris to give the app one final try. And though first date with fellow attorney Jax Hollister begins with mutual attraction, it soon turns disastrous, leaving them both trying to forget that the encounter ever happened.
I really enjoyed and loved reading this wonderful book it was so lovely written. I loved the relationship between Nitro and Peter. I loved that they got their happy ending and their happy little family at the end too. I loved the twists and turns and the edge of the seat action too. I loved everything about this lovely book. I will recommend this book to everybody I know and to all my friends too. 👏
Jess wrote: “I have a question. Would Anitra Lynn Mcleod’s series Twin Pine Grizzlies fit in this category? I mean they are men who fall pregnant however they do so in bear form and they give birth in that form…”
Tightening his grip on his knees, he pulled them up as far as he could manage along the sides of his massively swollen stomach, groaning while he bore down again. “Nnngh!” He grunted and groaned with each push, and moaned when he felt his contractions coming back. The baby in his birth canal was pushed down bit by slow and painful bit though, he was making progress at the very least.
But imagine Dean and Cas’ kid turning one before they can even blink an eye and then Sam’s wife getting pregnant and everyone’s excited about the new baby and how Dean and Cas’ kid will have someone to play with
K.H.’s reply (female, demisexual, 18-25, USA) summarises the spirit of this aspect concisely: “I hate when a character’s personality is flipped on it’s head to fit the gendered roles of Alpha and Omega.”
Lucifer stared at the little one in his arms, “And here we have a boy,” he said as he stared into the huge blue eyes. This one had a little bit of shorter hair and it was colored a dark blonde. The grace slickened wings curled around his body as well but they were so unique. They were a deep ebony with bright, shining streaks of silver through the edges and creases.
Jump up ^ Wilson, A. B.; Orr, J.W. (2011). “The evolutionary origins of Syngnathidae: pipefishes and seahorses”. Journal of Fish Biology. 78 (6): 1603–1623. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8649.2011.02988.x. PMID 21651519.
“I’m intrigued by how fic authors treat a part of life that has traditionally existed only in the female sphere. I am particularly interested in how a writer treats the mental and emotional well-being of a man who is pregnant […] I feel like the trope has a lot of potential if authors use it to their advantage. It has a tendency to be fetishised, which isn’t bad, but I think there is a real avenue for writers to take this idea and explore how characters can change and adapt because of it. It also provides an opportunity for writers to explore gender identity and how pregnancy is intertwined with our concept of it.” -The Collectress
What sticks in my mind is that Tarek truly does treat Braun as an equal, even if his alpha tendencies do get him in trouble from time to time. I enjoyed witnessing Tarek allowing Braun to blossom and become his own person, all while building a relationship with him. For an alpha, Tarek is a romantic at heart and I enjoyed watching him ‘grovel’ to Braun when he made mistakes.
Its results don’t always make sense, but that’s why it gives you five options. Feel free to select whichever one suits you best and discard the rest. Any ‘real’ titles generated are entirely coincidental. I’m pretty sure that any fictional places or characters invoked are within the public domain, but you might want to double check on that before using it.
As the gentle omega of his pack, Jesse has always felt content and in harmony with the peaceful surroundings of Sunset Valley—the soft, smooth sand dunes, monolithic purple mountains and cozy clusters of trees, all nestled under a canopy of indigo sky filled with endless sparkling stars.
It’s not weird, the author’s being way too harsh on themself. I love a good mpreg fic. There’s not enough mpreg in my opinion. I could read mpreg fic all day every day and still want more. So I enjoyed this very much. It’s got great characterisation, especially for Stiles being terribly practical about it from the moment he finds out he’s pregnant, and yet oblivious about how he and Derek find each other without quite realising. Cute.
Or that one merfolk au where Levi (merman/male/dominant) and Eren (mermaid/arguably still male but in the submissive role here) are a pair of mates living in the wild, meeting for the first time by the lake that Levi inhabits.
Another respondent who pointed towards a certain ambiguity in their dislike for A/B/O is Abby (female, bisexual, 18-25, UK). She criticises “the societal sexism towards Omegas or the internalised sexism. Feels too much like homophobia and sexism rolled into one, which I just can’t stand.” Yet she continues: “It’s funny because I actually enjoy the societal sexism in PWP fics. Like, as a kink that is role-play or just PWP that you can interpret as role-play, I enjoy it (not the internalised homophobia/sexism though – like I mentioned earlier, it’s a complete no-no for me) but having an au where the society treats Omegas as second-class citizens feels too much like an interpretation of our current society and I read fanfic to escape it.”
As the weeks went by, Chris’ belly got larger and larger, but he was never uncomfortable. His skin seemed to grow quickly enough to avoid stretch-marks or unpleasantness, but the baby inside seemed much lighter than it would seem, considering its size. At two weeks, Christopher’s stomach was the size of a small beach ball, and he held it before him as if it were one, filled with not much more than air.
Adam couldn’t help but let out a scream as the man tried to pull the egg from him. Feeling the mans hand on his stomach, Adam felt the eggs starting to come up behind his other egg, hoping with his pushing and the other eggs, it would help him get it out.
Making a maneuver to avoid the trap, he landed on the ground, and suddenly he had Kakashi right in front of him, catching his hands to prevent any hand seals, and Akatora against his back, gripping his hips and growling softly over his neck, the smell of powerful alphas surrounding him, making his breath hitch. It had been a short chase, but Naruto blamed it on the fact that he didn’t really want to be chased…he wanted to be captured.