Fatigue pulls at the corners of his eyes, and he stifles a yawn against the back of his hand as the elevator creeps it’s way steadily up towards his apartment. He blinks wearily at the little yellow numbers, watching them slowly increase.
In a surprising (to me) twist, the male omega had a cock, an ass that was breedable, but no testicles. At first I was surprised and a bit disappointed by this, as one of the reasons I like omegaverse stories is the male-male action, especially leading to pregnancy. I’m already a bit hesitant about some of this genre, as Alphas are often hyper-masculine and, except for their equipment, the male omegas often take on very traditionally feminine roles. Although I very much appreciate gender-challenging characters, I am also a bit disappointed when it’s always the Alpha who takes on the masculine roles and the receptive, bottom, omega who takes on traditionally female roles. (Also, tops that constantly penetrate their male partner but who never let a bottom near their own entrance is a particular turn off of mine, but par for the course in omegaverse novels.) When these roles are so strongly separated, it seems to me one might as well just write male/female stories.
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.
“Ohhhh…..” Adam gave a hard push, feeling the egg completly slide out, “That…was easy….” Adam stated however grabed his stomach feeling mutiple eggs going down his birth canal getting ready to come out, “Mores…coming…don’t I get any…break..”
I read a very wide range of books, and I bought this one thinking it would be a trashy novella, a light flimsy read after finishing a heavy series. I was absolutely shocked, because this novella is really well written. Everything about this book at first glance, the themes, the tags, the premise, even the blurb, appearance and the author’s alias promises trash, and instead the writing is fairly high quality, with solid characters that originate from a very cliche archetype but which are multilayered and nuanced. Even the very standard Alpha-meets-fated-mate plot is executed surprisingly well, with the central relationship being dynamic and determined by the interaction of the two main characters, who are both struggling with a sexual attraction that is foisted on them by their wolves. The underlying sense of realism in the characters, their point of view, and the world in which the story occurs, really set the story and its drama apart from melodramatic romantic renditions of similar plots.
Finally as he stands to leave the room feeling broken and desperate does Hux speak again. His tone has gone back to its usual sharpness, he has a cruel smile on his bloody lips and his eyes have a spark lighting them up. ’I named Kylo Ren’s daughter with the ridiculous and grandiose name he suggested for our heir when we talked about the future together. She’s turning four in two months. Soon, the Supreme Leader will start training her. But she already knows one truth: that Ben Solo murdered her father Kylo Ren.’
Charlie’s an ‘Unwanted’ – a scum of the Earth who is transferred from one master to the next. Slavery is the only life he knows, but hoping for a better one is a waste a time. When his master gives him as a gift to one of the most powerful Alphas in the world, Charlie doesn’t realize that his life is about to change.
When the lonely city boy and aspiring Alpha meet on OmegaDate, their connection is immediate and all-consuming. But Rocco can’t tell Kade exactly what he’s looking for without putting fatal pressure on their blossoming relationship—especially since Kade has made it clear that he would never dream of leaving his life in the city. And when sparks from Rocco’s past relationship ignite that powder-keg, there’s no way it won’t explode.
Prince Arthur is forced by his father to go to the kingdom Draken to seduce and marry Prince Merlin. At first Arthur doesn’t want to, but then he sees Merlin and falls in love with him. Sadly Merlin doesn’t return his affections, but Arthur won’t stop until he gets what he wants and what he believes to be his.
“This is not specifically about omegaverse itself, but when people say mpreg, they automatically think of omegaverse. The character could be trans or intersex or genderfluid. You never know.” (Devon, genderfluid, pansexual, 15-18, USA)
Some argue that stories that reproduce inequality in gender dynamics and heteronormativity prove that a trope is not subversive, or rather a step back. For example, Berit Åström analyses mpreg in Supernatural and concludes that mpreg mostly leads to conventional stories in an unconventional universe. She shows that the pregnant male is frequently given ‘female’ traits and the stories usually end in heteronormative, monogamous bliss and a nuclear family (birth parent, second parent, child/children).
“Ahh….nnnnnngg… I–” he pulled himself up on his elbows thinking this position would work better than his previous one. He drew up his legs as far as he could with them wide apart. Gripping his knees white-knuckled he took another hit from the pain this time not pushing: “Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh,” he groaned with clench teeth. In the back of his mind there was the thought of the neighbours – old bats who surely would hear a young twentysomething man screaming even if they were hard of hearing. The next one came and instead of riding with it, he used his legs as support and pushed. “Holy…fuck…” he kept his mouth shut, biting down, clenching teeth as he bared down on that pressure built up in his anus.
Stretch marks littered his lower belly and along the sides, and his bellybutton looked almost flat to allow more space for his babies inside his womb. He mildly wondered if his body would ever go back to it’s previous glory, but he figured he wouldn’t care once his babies were born and he could finally see them and hold them in his arms.
Mpreg ElevatorMark, a pregnant male teenager, was in his second trimester of pregnancy. His belly was huge and round. He was abandoned by his partner so he decided to raise his child alone. He started going to a yoga class for pregnant males. He made new friends. They were separated into classes with the same months of pregnancy they were in. He went twice a week and stretched with his pregnant buddies. He loved going because it really relaxed his body. He went day after day and reached his third trimester. He was 9 months pregnant with his first child. He was excited for his baby to come. Every day he would let his baby listen to music, hear stories, and he bought baby clothes. He was ready for the baby to come. He went to his yoga class like any other day and talked to his friends. They would feel each other’s bellies. The instructor came in and got them ready. The classes were about an hour each. It was over and Mark and his friends went into the elevator to get to the first floor. CRASH! The ele
Karter Jenks is younger than I expected (23), but is ready for a mate, especially seeing fellow constable Bloom so happy. He does not expect to find his mate when searching for a burglary suspect, or for him to have a kid.
Niso held the baby’s head lightly, looking up at Francis. “Keep pushing now!” Francis nodded and bore down hard. When the pain peaked, he struggled to keep his knees from buckling as the widest point of the baby’s shoulders rammed into his hole. The taste of copper was heavy on his tongue. Bearing down again, Francis gasped as the shoulders rotated with the next contraction. Feeling the baby twisting itself free, he gritted his teeth and swung his fists blindly, striking the bed several times. He continued pushing and straining. “Gyaahhh..!” Francis exhaled and suddenly the pressure disappeared, the baby having slipped into Niso’s waiting hands. His world was spinning and he swayed on his hands and knees. “N-Niso?”
Harry huffed in irritation and climbed slowly from the bed. He walked to the fireplace in their room, spelled a fire, and called Madame Pomphrey. For some reason, though, she wasn’t answering the firecall in the infirmary.
But when my father found out about our union, he couldn’t accept the fact that I loved someone beneath my station. Not only was I kicked out of the only home I had ever known, but that night I also lost the love of my life, Bryce.
I always enjoy this author but I’m really loving this series. The prequel really sets up the premise and is well worth the read. I can’t wait to see what’s next. Maybe a book with Fox and Ryan??? So many possibilities. 💟
A quick read for a novel, this story has a nice range of sweet but intriguing, surprising, and entertaining scenes centered on an arranged match between a city Alpha with a demanding, sophisticated, high-powered business family and a country omega with a loving, domestic family and a shadowed secret. The author starts with an intriguing and eventually dramatic introduction and then weaves scenes of past secrets and yearning dreams into the story of two separated would-be mates. I especially appreciated the depth of the supporting characters, from competitively friendly lawyers, demanding and over-protective fathers, wise and doting mothers, to conflicted music teachers.
Sam goes into his first heat unexpectedly while the boys are stranded alone miles from anywhere, and Dean has to take measures into his own hands to help Sam through it. Life, love, and tragedy ensue.
Regarded as the strongest wolf shifter in generations, Alpha Zev Hassick is surprised and confused by his attraction to his best friend. His very human, very male best friend. A male shifter has to mate with a female shifter to keep his humanity, so shifters can’t be gay. Yet, everything inside Zev tells him Jonah is his true mate. Zev and Jonah know they’re destined for each other, but they must overcome traditions ingrained over generations and long-buried secrets to fulfill their destiny.
“Aside from the porny aspects, I think that seeing strong male characters faced with enforced gender roles and gender-based discrimination makes me feel better about how I feel when someone expects me to be a daughter/wife/mother/fuckmeat rather than a real person. I also like the more complicated social dynamics that are possible with primary and secondary gender.” (thedepthsofmyshame, female, bi/pan, 40-50, USA)
Tôi bị đá khi thông báo với bạn trai về chuyện mình có bầu. Hắn ta không muốn có con nên đuổi tôi ra khỏi nhà. Vì thế mà tôi phải mang cái bụng chửa 9 tháng đạp xe đi đưa thư, giao hàng để kiếm tiền trang trải cho 2 cha con.
When not exorcising the voices in her head, she toils away in a retail job that tests her patience and gives her lots of story fodder. She can also be found in her kitchen, pretending she’s an amateur chef and trying to not poison herself or others with her cuisine experiments.
The man rubbed his bulging stomach and panted, trying to birth this egg before the next one came. He cried out as a particularly strong contraction came and he pushed. Joel spread his legs wide apart and looked between the legs and saw not one – but two eggs wedged inside the man’s hole.
Still, lots of readers love the smut. Luna (female, bi, 18-25, Finland) enjoys the wild and animalistic nature of A/B/O, calls it “a total holiday from everyday life” where rules differ. Alex Reid (genderqueer, they/them, greyromantic bisexual, 18-25, Serbia) likes that “everything is wet and messy, lots of come and size kink”. Different rules include some animalistic diction, which can be a squick for some. Similarly, some see Omegaverse as some form of bestiality – and either like or dislike that.
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.
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.
the reason i get so discoursey about mpreg is not solely about the kink itself or the various tropes for it. it stems from the fact that this kink and these associated elements like a/b/o are largely created and supported by cis people. what do you think this looks like to us? that you would rather use convoluted psuedoscience to wave away biological impossibilities with cismpreg, just so you can have dudes with dicks? that you would rather pass off things like anal live birth as normal in your creative works, rather than make a character a transman, which wouldn’t alter the character in any other way other than their genitalia? it holds up cissexist values that only further alienate and offend transmasculine fans of this kink, including myself and others. as well as any other transmasc people who have to see cismpreg art and be reminded that the majority of cis sentiments is that penis = male, and in order for it to be ‘male pregnancy’ a guy has to have a dick even though thats entirely biologically bogus. its hurtful. its insulting to some of us who are trying to normalize our bodies and use interests like this as coping mechanisms, creative expression, and of course, good wholesome jerk-off material that we can actually relate to
“Now, bend over,” the doctor said, and Charlie complied, leaning on the exam table and pulling down his trousers. “I’m gonna do an internal exam, so you will feel my hand inside you,” she warned, squirting a pile of lube on her hand before inserting it. Charlie gasped as she did so, getting a boner almost instantly. “Hmm..” she pondered.
Again it hit him, making him moan and roll over, the pains were coming in shorter lapses and they were stronger now. “Ahh….nnng….GAHHHHHH!!!” he arched his back letting out a scream of agony feeling a growing pressure in his stomach and ass. Panting heavily, he was finding it harder to catch his breath in between the pains. Alex had to keep his voice down he didn’t want anyone finding him in such a state but he wasn’t sure if he was going to be able to do that. He scooted himself further onto the bed. Something was going to happen to him and wasn’t exactly sure what it was.
White Blank Pages Haikyuu- “It was common knowledge by now that, at birth, a mark would be placed upon the skin of each child in order to dictate their partner in life, It first began in the late 1800s, or at least, that was the only time that they’d ever had documents that spoke about it, and back then it wasn’t rare to find that a bond was broken. The majority of the time, it was due to the death of the other half, sometimes before they’d even found each other which was somehow worse than knowing them and losing them afterwards. But other times, a bond was broken cruelly because of the rejection of the other half of the soulmate. If that happened, it was said to be a pain that was unimaginable and many would prefer it if their bond had been broken through death than through this emotional torture. ” (AuthorInDistress)
“The fact that fans revert back to heteronormative plot lines despite a queered text only serves to demonstrate how powerful the reining hegemonic norms are and how deeply the male/female binary along with all its historically grown inequalities permeates the attitudes of every single person in societies socialised by Western/American mainstream media.” Taking a genre like Omegaverse that has the potential to subvert, as many fics prove, and re-inscribing it with unequal gender dynamics, etc, is not exclusively ‘bad’. “Instead, such a ‘subversion of the subversion’ exposes the societal mechanism for what they are, and exemplifies just how deep heteronormativity undermines our everyday lives.”