“Pregnant Man Author Incadence”

Summary: It all started on a dark night; when the wolfsbane bloomed and the full autumn moon shone bright in the sky. Upon this night, Eren Jaeger met a werewolf by the name of Levi Ackerman. And Eren soon found himself spiraling deep into the secret world of the wolves, that so few were privileged to see. It is one filled with beauty and strength, but it’s not without cost.

   Omegaverse is a AU(alternate universe) in which males can get pregnant. It isn’t always the most popular AU, but it is still used by others. In this system, there are three main roles: Alpha, Beta, and Omega.

Jared is sure his feeling for Jensen is only that of a fellow parent looking out for their child but as Jensen announces he has found his Happy Ending perhaps Jared had not moved on quite as well as he had once believed, and perhaps it is time for himself to find his own Happy Ending as well. But that might be a more rocky road than Jared had first anticipated.

However, there’s a lot more to the beautiful omega than glitter and pom poms. Enough to leave Levi’s head spinning and wondering just what he’s going to do with the boy he can’t get his mind off of living under the same roof.

Groaning aloud, he panted once the pain subsided and allowed him to catch his breath. The mass in both his vagina and anus had moved down a little more thankfully, but not much. Wondering if maybe he could feel it with a finger, he reached between his legs and groaned while he inserted a finger inside himself.

Joel watched the egg crown before it stopped, slipping back in when the man stopped pushing. Joel was getting frustrated as if the man didn’t birth this egg soon, the other eggs would pile up behind him and sometimes the eggs would come out not one by one, but in twos or in threes.

Summary: Eren is one of the few Alphas who go into rut without the presence of an Omega in heat nearby, and after suppressing it for nearly two years, the drugs are no longer working. As a last resort he heads to an Omega refuge, hoping to find a suitable, but temporary, mate. When he finds one lost in a fatal ‘red heat’, he’ll do whatever it takes to ease his suffering.

            “Director Fury’s office,” answered the woman in front of her, not looking back. Six year old (Name) looked up and tilted her head to the side in a questioning manner. The name ‘Fury’ was one she didn’t know but then again – she didn’t even know where she was.

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Adam didn’t know how long he had been trying to birth this egg, but knew it had been over an hour. More fluids were rushing out from around the egg knowing more and more eggs were going pile up making it harder for him to take break before they would come. Trying to pull the egg out wasn’t working as it was too slippery from all the fluids. Panting to try and catch his breathe, Adam knew he had to gather some strength to try and get it out.

With Summer going strong, many parents-to-be were getting ready to bring their new bundles of joy into the world. It was always the busiest in the Summer months for OB/GYN’s. But one special clinic was especially busy, and they catered to only ‘daddies’ whom were expecting their babies.

Despite the 3 1/2 star, I enjoyed Saved and I do recommend it. I think part of the reason I’m not giving this story a higher rating is because I’m familiar with A.M. Arthurs’ work, and absolutely love her stories, but for me this one fell a little flat in comparison. This first book in the series is comparable to other Mpreg stories, in my experience. With A.M. Arthur though, I was expecting a bit more I guess. With that being said, I have read the second in the series, Seen, and it’s wonderful. It’s exactly what I’ve come to expect and I thoroughly enjoyed it and highly recommend. You do need to read Saved first though as it sets the stage. That’s not to say reading Saved is a chore. Absolutely not. It was enjoyable, it just didn’t have the same heart and soul poured into it as Seen. Like Saved was written to set the stage and not so much out of a driving need to tell Braun’s story itself. I think part of my problem also was not actually the story itself, but the initial world building. I had some hang-ups about it until later in the story when things were explained a bit more clearly. That kind of threw me off for awhile. Other than that, the characters, their relationship, the events in the story, all made for a good story and I do encourage everyone to give this one a go and then go on to read Seen which I really really liked 🙂

MPREG/SLASH. All Logan and Kendall have been doing is fighting. when they break up, Logan decides to go out with James to make Kendall jealous. what happens when Logan gets more then what he bargained for? Kogan/Jagan/Kames.

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You became friends really quickly when Sam moved into your high school and protected you from a couple bullies. You then told him that no one had ever done that and you would be glad to be friends. And from then on, you stuck by him and he protected your from any bully. He had told you that he had a few bullies that bullied him as well so he was glad to help you. Dean's eyes snapped open when he felt the warmth of the celestial being leave his soul and that was when he saw the silvery feathers in his mouth. He quickly released them and Michael pulled the wings back. Dean then noticed his hand clenched around Gabriel's but the archangel didn't seem to care, his eyes were focused on Castiel. “It was love at first sight for me. I [like] being able to express desire in a very primal way and the Omegaverse can be a good example of that.” (Soraya Merced         , female, bi, 18-25, Puerto Rico) Adam couldn't help but scream as he felt the strongest contraction hit him so far. 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