“Mpreg Harry Potter Alpha’s Heart”

2. White Horses by Jackie Stevens: They say that there are no white horses – those that we think of as white are really just a faded and deceiving grey. Names can be misleading, and definitions can be false, and yet through the maze of artifice and deceit, we might just find something true. When Harry returns for his last two years at Hogwarts School, he will find that boundaries are shifting and not everyone is who he thought – including himself. He will have to learn that change is like those elusive white horses: swift, beautiful and irretrievable. ***This story is so incredible and poignant; I really have been wanting to draw fan art for it! Ultra fave. 

Sam Winchester had always been an early riser. His brother Dean made fun of him, but ever since he was young he’d always be up before his brother, and this day was no different. Except for the smiling angel in the kitchen.

Six months have passed since they began building their wall. So Kara and her fathers have now settled into their new life in this portected area of Zen. Not only do they have their bubble locked down, they are now seeing those outside it trying to look in. Now the final holes need to be plugged, now they have to tighten things up becuse shit is gonna get real.

Omegas are the softer and more gentle of these roles. They are the nurturing parents who raise their children and they are the only ones in here who can get pregnant besides Beta females. The female Omegas use their systems as normal, getting pregnant that way and then nurturing the child like they should. But for the males, it is very different. All Omegas go through heats, it all depends on the author how often they go into heats. During this time, they are most fertile. But the pre-heat is what the males have to go through. Since they only have one hole, their rectum, that is also doubling as protection for the female parts. During pre-heat, the parts start to grow after they empty their rectum completely. The reason they do it is so nothing gets stuck in the uterus. But Omegas are the smaller ones with less muscle and smaller penises if they are male. They love to take care of children and all that parenting stuff.

It wasn’t a secret to Sam that Dean had feelings for their angel friend. In fact, Sam was 100% sure that the feelings where returned. However, knowing his brother he decided not to interfere and let the two idiots figure it out by themselves. But now with this…

The Medic pulled on his rubber gloves, releasing them with a snap. “I might have somezing”. He then stared to search through what looked like gas canisters that he had tucked away in the far corner. He came back with a twin set that had a dusty tube and mask hanging off them. He hadn’t needed to use it for a while, not since he’d invented the medigun.

The number-one best-selling author of The Future of the Mind traverses the frontiers of astrophysics, artificial intelligence, and technology to offer a stunning vision of man’s future in space, from settling Mars to traveling to distant galaxies. Formerly the domain of fiction, moving human civilization to the stars is increasingly becoming a scientific possibility – and a necessity. Whether in the near future due to climate change and the depletion of finite resources or in the distant future due to catastrophic cosmological events, humans will one day need to leave Earth.

”Go boil water,Put this in it and sterilize it!” He demands before handing Grell the instrument. Grell nods and runs off. Sebastian stands by Ciel’s bedside patting away his sweat with a handkerchief and breathing through his own pain silently for what seems like an eternity before Grell finally returns with the sterilized instrument.

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There are enough elements that show promise, but overall it reminds of other works with decently outlined but thinly written stories that surround very heated erotic scenes – except this mpreg story really doesn’t have much heat either. This is most appropriate for readers who like Alpha/Omega MPREG with a well-thought story but do not mind if it is thinly written (and has very little explicit heat).

a light-handed approach to regulation by hazel. (Hockey RPF, Jonny/Patrick) Explores a lot of the societal dynamics of an omegaverse world without succumbing to them, and is hands-down my favorite ABO fic.

Ugh but Cas peeking his head back in the bedroom asking, “Are you ready to go?” and considering Dean’s sprawled out on the bed and pants-less and moaning like a dying whale no he is not in fact ready to go anywhere that requires moving more than a centimeter. It actually reminds Cas of those turtles flipped on their backs that he sometimes finds in the middle of the road (and of course always stops to get them right side up and on their merry little way again). And not unlike those turtles, he goes over to the bed and gently nudges Dean. “Do you need help?”

I just loved this book! In fact, although I originally got it through the Kindle Unlimited plan I bought it so I can keep it forever after reading it. Peter and Nitro are both wonderful characters and the plot is highly entertaining, with both fun and dramatic incidents. If you like werewolf romance this is the book for you! I especially like the fact that Nitro turned out to be such a kind and caring mate. It did kind of puzzle me how Nitro was able to find Peter after he took a long cab ride out of the city, but sometimes you just have to suspend your disbelief. 😉 This seems to be the only book by this author on Amazon, but I would be excited to read more by her.

Ryker is poised to become Prime Alpha of the Staynton Valley Pack, taking over from his father. But Ryker’s sexuality concerned his pack. Because he preferred mating with men his pack questioned whether he could take a female mate and perpetuate his line. Ryker thought this was ridiculous and didn’t feel the need to procreate just to satisfy some old tradition. After an argument with his father about this issue, he takes off to clear his head and finds himself at a shifter bar where he finds something, or rather someone, a rare male Omega.

In the World blessed by the Wondering Goddess, Three kingdoms try desperately to work together to correct the mistakes their ancestors made a long time ago that caused the greatest upset in history: The Disappearance of the Omegas. With a mysterious Mist kidnapping omegas overnight and erasing the memories of their birth from birth parents, society’s Alpha’s are more than confounded as their kind slowly dwindles out. Will they be able to atone for mistakes from the past? Or will they go extinct?

Summary: Eren, a young mermaid, meets his dark and intriguing mate, Levi, for the first time by the edge of a large lake in the middle of the wetland forests. Hanji and her team of biologists hide nearby to document the elusive merfolk and their interactions.

To be honest when Sam had heard about the angel’s wish for children he had thought that they had been talking about the past. He hadn’t realized that the angel would follow his advice now and try to have angel babies now. He didn’t want to see his brother’s reaction to this.

Joel frowned when he realized that the egg had stopped coming out halfway and spread the man’s legs even wider, trying to force the egg out. He could see that it was slippery as fluid was leaking out from the man’s hole, dripping onto the bed under him.

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.

Lása wanted to be left alone, to go back to Garnet to face charges for killing his mate. He didn’t expect for Moria to stand up from him, or the council to pardon his crime. Or someone to open his eyes to love and passion.

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.

Harry returns to Hogwarts to complete his eight year. The war is over and the boy who lived twice is trying to discover what he wants to do with his life now that he has saved the wizarding world. Friendships, relationships and house affiliations are tested as the 8th years are housed together for the first time.

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