“Mpreg Belly Expansion Romantic Mpreg Novels”

This is a review of the series of books: Saved, Seen, and Heard, which should be read in order to savor this world. In this world being an omega is reminiscent of being a sexual trafficked person in our reality. You cannot help but fall in love with the omegas who are strong survivors and the men who save them. This series is about trying to change the world they live in and loving their omegas. I cried throughout this entire series for the horrific things that happened to the omegas and for the love, respect and joy they found. OUTSTANDING!!

“What the hell are you all doing here? I have been trying to contact you all morning to inform you,” ranted Harry, pausing when his water broke to stream down his legs, “that I’m in labour and my water just broke. I can’t wake up Draco because he took a sleeping draught last night, and I didn’t know what to do.” By the end of his tirade, Harry was sobbing in relief that he wouldn’t have to go through this alone.

By the way. Enchanted Shadows is the sequel to Balancing Karma by I.D. Locke….it also has its own little short story after it called Due Date. They can both be found on the same website as Balancing Karma.

As he came running out from the ANBU head quarters, he almost ran into a group of two men and one woman, the man he almost ran into being a big alpha called Bear that he had found particularly attractive, but never had a chance to hit on. He gave a playful laugh towards the man and invited him to the chase by releasing more pheromones and letting himself stroke his body against the other man as he passed, and then dashed of, leaving the people behind and running for all he was worth.

Exiled by his pack as a teen, Omega wolf Simon Moorehead learns to bury his gentle nature in the interest of survival. When a hulking, rough-faced Alpha catches Simon on pack territory, he tries to escape what he’s sure will be imminent death. But instead of killing him, the Alpha takes Simon home. A man of action, Mitch Grant uproots his life to support his brother in leading the Blue Mountain pack. Mitch lives on the periphery, quietly protecting everyone, but always alone.

When Mamrie simultaneously enters her 30s and finds herself single for the first time since college, the world is suddenly full of possibilities. Emboldened by the cool confidence that comes with the end of one’s 20s plus the newfound independence of an attachment-free lifestyle, Mamrie commits herself to living life with even more spirit, adventure, and heart than before.

It seems like fate, then, when the two men’s paths happen to cross at a bar one evening, and they spend the together in the rapturous throes of ecstasy, revealing their true selves in a way that they’ve seldom done to anyone else around them.

    For female Omegas and Betas, it works just as real life should. For male Omegas is where it gets complicated. Since their uterus is not in the normal position, there will most likely be a c-section, or Cesarean section. Basically they cut their body open and go into the womb, pulling the baby out that way. There are anesthetics that can be used to help numb the pain.

”What are you doing in there??” He asks,hissing when the pain grows worse. He clutches his stomach and leans against the wall until finally,The pain subsides. He slowly and cautiously straightens himself up and makes his way out of his bedroom and down the hall,Into the dining room where equally pregnant  Sebastian has tea prepared and is waiting for Ciel.

It is just so much easier to mock something than to really engage in it. Like, how easy to point out the mpreg trope and be like, “Look at this crazy thing these crazy people are doing.” But mpreg is a really poignant commentary on how the biological fact that women carry children influences every aspect of female life in society. Tweak it so that men can get pregnant, too, and watch how things change: watch how the men are the ones now struggling with the questions that society so seldom demands of them. It breaks my heart, what so many mpreg fics reveal about how girls feel about their place in society. I mean, in Omegaverse, frequently the pregnancy-bearing gender is literally a prisoner of its reproductive function, lamenting the inability to ever lead a life with full freedom of choice, and, in fact, tasked with limiting exposure to the impregnating gender because, hey, they are not to blame if they’re tempted by the irresistible invitation of a baby-depository in their vicinity. [3]

“Here I was thinking I might get lucky….that still being like this was a bad nightmare I could wake up from…” The omega grumbled, hand going to support his stomach as he tried to shift against the folds of the bedding.

AU – Their world is just like ours…except…in their world there are two types of men. One is the alpha male, the other is the bitch male. Alpha males are like any ordinary guy with the exception of their cocks, they work just like dog cocks (the knot, tons of cum etc) The bitch male, is just an ordinary guy without the special cock.

Confident Scout was gone, the Spy straightened himself up and tried to assess the situation. By the looks of things, he’d gone into labour. He had to do everything he could to try not to panic from this revelation. His waters hadn’t broken, that was a good sign. The pain wasn’t constant and for now was bearable. But, if women who’d had children were to be believed, that wouldn’t be the case for long. He knew he’d have to go to the infirmary soon, but would rather not unless he really had to. He was already in a humiliating enough situation as it was no thanks to that madman of a doctor. So Spy continued to pace up and down the small room, stopping to pant whenever he had a contraction. He didn’t know what else to do. The whole time he felt waves of anxiety wash over him which he hadn’t felt since he was a boy, and they only grew stronger as time went on. Spy had never been in this sort of situation before. Never in a million years thought he would. He had no control over what was happening to his own body. He wasn’t prepared for the labour or the birth at all. He’d read some books on how it happened, but found nothing on how to cope with any of it. For the first time in a long time he felt… scared. No, terrified.