I think that if it was fleshed out just a bit more, if it delved just a little deeper, this could be a five star read. It has great potential to be a stellar series and I’m looking forward to reading Kell’s book.
I’m sure a lot of fanfic readers empathise with her sentiment. Male pregnancy used to be my one major squick, and only when one of my favourite authors wrote the trope did I begin to warm up to it (still not something I seek out, though, even though kid fics are my guilty pleasure).
Jax Hollister is no stranger to shifter prejudice. After watching his older brother convicted of a crime he didn’t commit, it’s the entire reason he left his pack to become a shifter defense attorney in Capitol City. Jax loves his work, but there’s a gaping hole in his personal life. No longer content with merely defending shifters, he wants to find one he can love…—an omega he can claim as his very own.
Well lucky for you it’s exactly my cup of tea! I went with post-serum Steve, because pre-serum, ball-of-sickness Steve giving birth sounds like asking for trouble and hospital births around the 1930s/40s were an actual mess so…yeah… Hope you enjoy! -Jenna
He couldn’t stop crying, but Eren gave another pained whimper and Levi was forced to lay the tiny boy down so he could turn his attention back to his mate. It was kind of shocking to see the damage birth had done, but Eren was still on his hands and keeps. Feeling ever so slightly more confident, he ran his hand against Eren’s leg
With an impending battle between dragon and man, Scott is forced to make one of the most difficult decisions of his life. But can he give up everything that he knows on a chance at love with a creature from another world?
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).
Spy breathed heavily on the gas and air, getting back on all fours again. He spread his legs apart and braced himself for what was about to happen. He felt an unbearable amount of pressure build up along with the pain. And a new urge. One he’d have to get used to pretty soon.
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I’ve tried plotting, and I’ve tried sitting down and start writing but found they were not for me. Every writer has their own writing technique. And what they prefer to write. If you’re wondering where I’m going with this, just give me a few minutes or seconds depending on how fast you read. Every fiction writer I know or have read their novels love romance. Romance is the central theme of their story, whether it’s gay or het fiction. But here is the difference. In het romance, a woman can get pregnant because it’s natural and it wouldn’t be looked at as weird. But when it comes to mpreg I notice some not all readers turn their nose up to it.
Story connected to The Feather Effect. Includes all angels and archangels. Michael, Lucifer, Gabriel, Balthazar, Castiel, Dean, Sam, Bobby, Crowley etc. *Sabriel *Destiel. An Mpreg story but in my own way… soul/grace pregnancy and eventual Angel!Dean. They think he is just addicted to grace…but it is so much more.
She nodded in understanding, slowly pulling away as he regained his footing. Her hands slid beneath his shirt, palming the sweaty flesh beneath. When she settled her hand against a hard bump at the base of his belly, they both let out a soft gasp of surprise. The baby had definitely gotten into position!
3. Post Tenebrus Lux by Cjblack: It had been five years since the light had fallen under the Dark Lord’s reign. The Wizarding World assumed Harry Potter had been murdered by Voldemort days after his capture; few knew the truth. And sometimes the truth can be much, much worse. *** Mpreg. Angst-a-plenty which is right up my alley. And so heart-wrenchingly romantic. This is one of the best stories that I’ve read in a long time. If a story is able to make me feel something, then it’s good. I was feeling all over the place.
Jump up ^ Dumic, Miroslav; Lin-Su, Karen; Leibel, Natasha I.; Ciglar, Srecko; Vinci, Giovanna; Lasan, Ruzica; Nimkarn, Saroj; Wilson, Jean D.; McElreavey, Ken; New, Maria I. (1 January 2008). “Report of fertility in a woman with a predominantly 46,XY karyotype in a family with multiple disorders of sexual development”. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 93 (1): 182–189. doi:10.1210/jc.2007-2155. ISSN 0021-972X. A 46,XY mother who developed as a normal woman underwent spontaneous puberty, reached menarche, menstruated regularly, experienced two unassisted pregnancies, and gave birth to a 46,XY daughter with complete gonadal dysgenesis.
The deep blue ocean was wide open for any of it’s inhabitants, creatures both known and unknown to the humans above. One of the unknown inhabitants was currently at one of the deeper parts, where it was darker. His vision however was not limited, and he seen everything as if the sun was shining down to illuminate everything before him.
Castiel flinched at Dean’s scream and instantly straightened up, “Dean, you need to lie still,” Castiel said, his voice drowned by Dean’s cries. The angel quickly grabbed the sides of Dean’s face and wanted to freeze up again he saw the liquid grace tears streaming down his lover’s face.
Mpreg is also a subgenre of fanfiction, occurring with some frequency in slash and only very rarely in het. The man who gets pregnant is usually human and cisgender, and often the story offers no explanation for the phenomenon, although it may be explained by magic, medical experimentation, or simply the existence of an Alternate Universe where men are commonly pregnant. In some dystopian Mpreg AUs, the role or status of males able to get pregnant may differ markedly from that of impregnating males.
Title: The Prince’s Consort (Bred for Love #1) Author: Revella Hawthorne Publisher: Self Published Release Date: April 21, 2015 Genre(s): Mpreg M/M Romance Page Count: 160 Pages Reviewed by: Susan Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5 Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5 Blurb: In a world where humans are genetically designed, altered and sold for sexual pleasure and breeding, a young prince of the powerful Cassian Dynasty decides to…
He’d been woken up for the third time that night. Groaning, he dragged himself out of bed, then dragged his feet over to the crib where his daughter lay. He was now regretting making the decision to keep her.
Knowing he wanted it out quickly, Adam beared down yet again pushing, “Aaahhh…gawd…..oooohhh…..unnnhhhh….!!!” Adam pushed and groaned feeling the egg getting almost half way out before he had to stop to catch his breathe.
SEAL sniper Ed Adami has a great bunch of guys around him, a good Navy career, and a best friend in Colin he can always rely on – who he’s been in love with that since grade school. But he knows Colin doesn’t want a husband and kids, so he’s kept his attraction a secret.