“Mpreg Male Pregnancy Mpreg Pregnant Man”

Joel frowned when he realized that the egg had stopped coming out halfway and spread the man’s legs even wider, trying to force the egg out. He could see that it was slippery as fluid was leaking out from the man’s hole, dripping onto the bed under him.

Jerry’s world descends into chaos; he’s rejected and beaten up by his, so called, fiancée for not being submissive enough and for being pregnant. He also has to tell Rex the truth, not just about the baby but about demons and his royal status as well.

Niso shook his head quickly. “You have to push it out, the head’s out Francis!” He said, reaching into the water and holding the baby’s head still with one hand, his other holding Francis’ swollen stomach. “Push!” “Tch..!” Francis gritted his teeth. He quickly drew breath, biting back a cry as his anal muscles contracted, sealing itself around the baby’s neck. The next time he pushed, a fresh peal of pain bloomed in his anus from when both the baby’s shoulders were battering against his opening. The grip on his knees weakened as shooting pains radiated up and down his spine, his teeth baring as he pushed, hard. “Just one more..” Francis muttered darkly then heaved, feeling the baby’s shoulder slide all the way out before it was followed by the rest of its body. Dazed, he fell back and panted in exhaustion. Niso quickly caught the baby and pulled it out of the water, surprised to see it didn’t have an umbilical cord. He held it close to himself and looked at Francis, shock on his face that Francis had just given birth.

Tarek Bloom is settled in his workaholic, single lifestyle, even if it is somewhat embarrassing to be a twenty-eight year-old unmated alpha. He enjoys his job as a constable, helping people and solving problems, so he isn’t prepared for his life to flip upside-down when he walks into his beta friend Dex’s apartment to help with “a problem.”

Niso squeezed his hand lightly and nodded. “It’s okay Francis, breathe and push!” He said, looking to see the baby’s head was out now. “It’s out now, you just have to get the shoulders out in another push.” He said, moving to kneel behind Francis.

Braun is a rarity….a 20 year old omega who hasn’t gone into his first heat and is still unmated. He’s terrified of mating. His alpha father and his brother’s alpha are both incredibly cruel men and he can’t ever see trusting someone like that to hold his life. But then he meets Tarek.

Uhmmmm…. I just have one thing to ask….. and I know this might sound stupid or you might say I have not been reading/understanding it properly [but in truth I did read it many times over and over]… 

The 3rd book in the series continues to expand this interesting premise of a world populated only by men. All the characters from the previous books appear here to continue to flesh out their stories. I like the interaction between the 2 main characters. The omega is mute, the alpha a constable. Through a series of events they meet and realize they are meant to be together. Don’t like spoilers so none here. If you want to read a good love story try this one and the …more

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]

Gabriel shrugged, “I have no idea…but they are two of the most glorious celestial beings I have ever seen,” he said truthfully, “Their lights are just so…” he shook his head, “I wish you could see them.”

This was a well written book that borrowed items from today’s headlines and could help open the eyes of those that might not be aware of the struggles of minorities,women and those in the LGBTQIA+ communities. This was the first of A.m.’s books I’ve read but it won’t be the last. With well written characters and storylines this is a don’t miss book.I give it a 9 out of 10.

Not Dean, not Dean, this is not Dean talking, he kept chanting in his head. He had the syringe in one hand and the other arm was around his middle as if that would be enough to protect his unborn child from the demon before him.

Alois seeing Claude come this way pushing a cart he narrowed his eyes pushing Ciel into the bathroom and closed the door behind him. “What do you want!” Claude rolled his eyes “I’ve come to give you and Ciel some t-” he started but was interrupted “We don’t want any of your crappy tea!” Alois grabbed a cup and threw the whole cup at Claude which he easily dodged.

Late for his family’s Christmas dinner, Omega rabbit Noam has no choice but to pass through the dreaded Blackstone Mountain. But it turns out that the rumors of the mountain are true… what’s a bunny to do when he finds himself trapped inside the wolf’s den?

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.

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.

QSFer Rebecca James has a re-released MM paranormal mpreg book out: Michael has wrestled with anxiety his entire life, and finding out he’s half-werewolf doesn’t help matters. When bond-mate Quinn … Read more

I’ve been a fan of A.M. Arthur’s writing for some time now. I haven’t managed to read all of her backlist yet but everything I’ve read I have loved. I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about Saved. It’s a bit of a departure for A.M. Arthur – at least as far as I’m aware – and non-shifter Omegaverse stories are not something I’ve read a lot of. I shouldn’t have worried; I loved the story of Braun and Tarek and how they got together.

Summary: Eren, a young mermaid, meets his dark and intriguing mate, Levi, for the first time by the edge of a large lake in the middle of the wetland forests. Hanji and her team of biologists hide nearby to document the elusive merfolk and their interactions.

I made a commitment to this fic and I intend to see it through to the end. But I am finding it hard right now because of my college course and poor mental health. Not to mention I’ve been struggling with writers block a lot.

I freakin loved this story. Tobias and Mal are true mates, but due to blockers they dont know this. I adired the way the author made this one a slow burn true mates story, normally they meet and its insta love, but these two took there ever lovin time and it was awesome. A wonderfully well written story with characters you will just love…Hazel is a hoot….and a storyline that was a page turner. Aslo the fact that it is set in the world of the Moores is a truly awesome added bonus.

Poseidon disowns Percy only to force himself upon his former son the King and Queen of Olympus sees this and offer Percy a new life at camp Half-Blood there is a demigod who have been I love with the former sea prince.

I’m confused. Other werewolf books by this writer, I’m almost certain, held to another were alpha/omega dynamic and physiology. How can Dallas, of part Taiwanese descent, insofar as we know and his history dictates, a hundred percent human, turn into an omega the same time he transitions into werewolf? Apologies, but while I normally enjoy Walker’s books, this one had me backtracking, rereading, then giving up altogether since the plot didn’t hold my interest, and the details and new developments getting thrown in too bizarre to be credible. I’m very glad I didn’t buy this one – it’s as though the plot well ran dry and this is an experiment or a trial to test ideas that may or may not work. Sadly, this one fell way short of Preston Walker’s usual mark and style. Also, unless the characters are used to incorporate made up words or use peculiarities with language, I cringe and am “most uncomfortable” to see misused superlatives like “uncomfortableness.”. Just – you know?

The prompt inspired several fills, including Heat (Between You and Me) by the_miss_lv (reposted in namespace 2010-11-28) and No Substitution by pianoforeplay (reposted 2011-01-27). See netweight’s timeline outlining the evolution of similar prompts that led to the invention of the A/B/O genre. See also Knotting.

After Sniper cut the umbilical cord, and Spy had delivered the afterbirth, the infant was cleaned and wrapped up in blankets to keep her warm. Spy was also seen to and had a blanket wrapped around him as well as a pillow placed beneath his head so he could rest. He would need some time to recover from the birth. Medic needed to keep him overnight for observation. The still nameless infant girl was asleep in a makeshift cot, which was really just an empty drawer filled with blankets. She was now dry and fed after Spy had (very reluctantly) expressed some milk for her to be fed via a bottle.

In pitch-perfect voices, Kathryn Stockett creates three extraordinary women whose determination to start a movement of their own forever changes a town, and the way women – mothers, daughters, caregivers, friends – view one another. A deeply moving novel filled with poignancy, humor, and hope, The Help is a timeless and universal story about the lines we abide by, and the ones we don’t.