Bo has a lot to teach Ryker–in out and of the bedroom. But Ryker’s hiding something—something that just might destroy everything these two rugged men have built. Can Bo help Ryker reconcile his past for a chance at a family and future together?
”Well, follow me and we’ll have a look.” said Dr. Pamela. She stood and motioned for the animatronics to follow her. Keeping a firm grip on Freddy, Bonnie and his band mates followed the doctor into a room with a padded table. ”Lie down.” she said to Bonnie. With help from Freddy, Bonnie laid on his back on the table.
WARNING: This short story contains Minor Language, Mpreg, and Descriptive Labour and Birth Scenes. If you do not prefer any of these, than this is not the story for you, and I would recommend that you not read it. Especially if all you wish to do is comment on how much you think Mpreg is disgusting and wrong. If you have anything against this story, you can note me. I would prefer not to have comments that do nothing but start flame wars.
Alec Lightwood never thought he would find his mate like this. How does he explain the concept of mates to a man who knows him only as Master? Can he help Magnus Bane break free from his role he perceives as his place in the world? Or is he already too late to help the beautiful Omega break the bonds society has placed on him?
I often find that MM romances cannot keep my interest long enough to get through to the end of the book. So often the author seems to go over the top with the interactions between the main characters and it just comes across as fake. This is not the case with Odin Nightshade’s work. This is only the second book by Odin I have read, and i have not read the others in this series but intend to do so when I have the chance. Odin has a way of weaving a tale that will pull you into the lives of the characters and bring them to life. You feel what they feel. You long for the things they long for. And you weep over things that happened in their pasts to scar them. Then, when the past is healed and they find their Happily Ever After, you find yourself tearing up and cheering for them.
Paramedic Bo Everett has seen his fair share of tragic accidents. Treating a motorcycle accident is par for the course. But when he encounters the broken and injured wolf shifter, Ryker Hill, everything he’s ever known changes.
This novella isn’t groundbreaking writing or anything, but the writing is proficient and consistent, the story well crafted despite the cliche plot, and the book overall engaging and enjoyable to read. Despite being rough around the edges, this author has actual talent, and I would really like to see what they could do with a full-length book and a good editor.
Where I Have Been for the Last 3-4 Months…So as you people who watch my page know, I haven’t really been active for a while. I guess I just ran out of time to log on and try to get some writing finished for once. But that is changing. I will log on much as I can this year. With winter break ending in a couple of days, now was the perfect time to work DA into my daily routine. So hopefully you have all been okay without me. I have also been spending more time on Archive of Our Own, so you can follow me there! I love you all and I hope you are having a great day!
Part of my story, ‘The Birth Of Jacob Anderson.’ When 4 year old Jacob asks his parents where he came from, or where babies come from, it’s going to be real hard to explain since his ‘mama’ is a guy. implied mpreg, ‘if you don’t like, don’t read’
The idea for Unexpected Love came after wondering what would happen if two people were forced into a relationship in order to survive. What if one of them had recently decided he never wanted to depend on anyone else? The characters themselves came along shortly afterwards. Jack and Tristan needed to develop along their journey together, which made for a lot of eagerness when it came around to writing it.
There aren’t a lot of MM authors out there that can pull me in within the first couple pages of a book, but Odin Nightshade does it every time! I received an ARC of Charmed Fates and this is my freely given, honest review.
This is the first book of the Huntington Mountain Wolves series and features the Kincaid family. The book is hot and steamy, with rough-around-the-edges Alpha males, inexperienced Omegas, and sticky action. Yes, the book contains MPREG, and the Alpha male uses colorful language. There are twists and turns and tons of fun, what are you waiting for!
Dean felt terror as he couldn’t move his body and inch. He could vaguely see through the sheet of blue grace that covered his eyes. The angels were holding him down but it was taking too long. The baby needed out and fast. He panted, holding back his screams as he felt Castiel’s warm thumb rub soothingly over his cheekbone. He let out a shaken breath as he felt the cool hand start to slide into his stomach.
Everything is going fine for Dr. Jensen Ackles, a successful 3rd-year resident in obstetrics and gynecology at Grace’s Heart hospital in San Francisco. But when a 22-year-old art student shows up at claiming he’s pregnant, Jensen is completely certain he’s crazy. After a bunch of tests, a sonogram and a bizarre story about having invoked the wrath of a ram-headed Egyptian fertility god, it turns out that Jared Padalecki isn’t joking: he really did get knocked up! And when Jared insists on having an OB-GYN of his own gender, Jensen’s long stretch of successfully not falling for one of his patients is finally at an end.
“Fine, fine! I’m not going to hurt him, I’m going to help.” Castiel stared at Dean with his head cocked, contemplating the sincerity of Dean’s words; Dean wanted to punch the angel for getting between Dean and his family. Finally, Castiel moved out of the way and went to crouch between Sam’s legs to check the progress. Dean kneeled by Sam’s head and wiped away tears and sweat with his hands.
Hannibal has sussed out the cause of his patient’s distress. Too bad Will Graham doesn’t want his help. Too bad that Hannibal has discovered his secret. Too bad that the darkness at the edges of Will’s vision is closing in and he’s getting hungrier by the day…
This is a stand alone gay romance novel, 118,000 words, with a strong happy ending, as well as a well-crafted, non-shifter omegaverse, with alphas, betas, omegas, male pregnancy, heat, and knotting. Content warning for pregnancy loss and aftermath.
“What the hell’s with all the racket?” came a voice from outside. Demoman popped his head round the door, only for his eye widen at what he saw. Spy lowered his head in shame. Sniper however, couldn’t be more relieved at this point.
To set the mood for the following points, let’s start with one reply to “Name your favourite thing about Omegaverse”, which covers most points that are going to prove to be a lot more controversial than a first glance might suggest:
Levi lifted his head to meet Eren’s gaze, and he could feel his stomach tighten at the look he was giving him. He wanted to say something to comfort him, but he couldn’t guarantee that he would return from the expedition in one piece, or that the baby would wait for his return. His silence wasn’t helping either, causing Eren to shift his weight from one foot to the other nervously as he waited for Levi to answer.
But is Aaron willing to open up his mind to a world beyond the physical, while Indigo struggles to open up his heart after his devastating loss? And how many ‘coincidences’ need to occur before they both stop denying destiny?