Ciel’s contractions are getting faster and faster now,As well as all the more painful. At this rate,It will be at any moment that he will give birth. Sebastian helps Ciel up and leads him around the room. Ciel stops with a contraction,Leaning against a wall and panting heavily before his eyes travel to Sebastian,Who he hears whimper and sees grabbing at his stomach absent mindedly.
Sequel to HOCDU. Chris and Co return for their 7th year but someone is determined to make life unpleasant for Chris. He has to overcome many difficulties this year as his relationship with Lucius continues to blossom. Rated T for now, but may change as we progress. Warnings: male relationships, mpreg and Hermione bashing.
I have to say that I enjoyed this book. I cried for Ed, and I love it when a story pulls those emotions from me. Mal, is still my favorite character so I was hoping to see more of him than I did, but who doesn’t hope for more of their favorite character.
“F-Francis…” Niso mumbled softly, shifting so the tired male could see the baby. He looked down at it too when it began to cry. “N-Niso..” Francis moaned weakly, leaning his weight against the older male, his body still shaking from the strain of delivery. Slowly, he turned to look at the squalling baby cradled in Niso’s arms. Francis couldn’t believe the baby had come out of him. Before he could dwell too long on the insanity of the birth, his body convulsed and he arched his back, groaning anew when another contraction hit and a torrent of fluids expelled from his anus. “No..no..n-not again,” Francis cried, face flushed and shiny with sweat. It was too soon! Niso bit his lip and got up from the tub, finding a towel and wrapping the baby in it. After laying the baby on the floor where it was safe he got back into the tub, gripping Francis’ hand now. “It’s happening again?” Niso asked, swallowing hard as he looked down to Francis’ still swollen stomach with a shake of his head. Francis nodded jerkily. His chest burned with each quick and shallow breath, his lungs desperate for more air. But before he could gasp again, he surrendered himself to another painful contraction and bore down with a vengeance. The pressure in his anus was escalating. He bellowed loudly and squeezed Niso’s hand for support. His head was spinning from lack of oxygen and he wanted the pain to disappear but it was only worsening. He paused for a brief moment to collect himself then jerked back with a cry when an involuntary spasm seized his body. The next baby was on the edge of crowning. “I can’t,” Francis begged and looked imploringly at Niso. He was defeated. “I can’t do this..It hurts too much..”Niso just shook his head and kept a tight grip on Francis’ hand. “Push Francis!” He ordered him harshly, glaring a little. “I gave birth to your six kids! Now push!” He growled. Deep down, he felt mildly angry at Francis’ for giving up so early. He pressed his hand to Francis’ stomach and narrowed his eyes at him. “Push.” “S-Stop it! Get offa me.” Francis bucked and jerked, trying to wrench himself free from Niso’s grips. He felt as though he was tearing in half, his sore anus bulging and straining to release the baby trapped inside his canal. It did not come out with his last push and he gasped for breath then fell forward, groaning as its head edged closer and closer to his anus, stretching him past the point of pain. Grunting, Francis threw his head back and pushed again, face and neck reddening from the extreme effort. Despite the pain wracking his body, he yanked his knees to his chest and bore down, cursing and screaming, when suddenly something slippery and wet emerged between his thighs, gushing fluids. “Haa..haa..h-head’s out,” he called weakly.
~When Keith and the baby were asleep, Lance walked into the room. He took a peek at the little wristband on his daughter’s wrist, which had the name, ‘Kimberly’, on it, and smiled. “I love both of you.”, Lance said to his daughter and husband before he kissed him on the forehead.
I’m sorry it’s taking this long, I really am. I didn’t expect it to take as long as it has. But I am trying to get the 6th part in as soon as possible. I promise I won’t give up on this fic because I love it so much. I’m very proud of it, even if most people would insist I shouldn’t be given that I’m using a trope that’s considered taboo in mainstream society.
What is the nature of space and time? How do we fit within the universe? How does the universe fit within us? There’s no better guide through these mind-expanding questions than acclaimed astrophysicist and best-selling author Neil deGrasse Tyson. But today, few of us have time to contemplate the cosmos. So Tyson brings the universe down to Earth succinctly and clearly, with sparkling wit, in digestible chapters consumable anytime and anywhere in your busy day.
“I guess I just never found the right mate. The idea of fledglings always appealed to me, but I never found the right alpha – those are the angels who sire the fledgling – and so I never had the chance. If I’m being honest, fledglings have been my main wish, but I didn’t want to deal with a mate I barely tolerated for the sake of offsprings.”
Fertilization may take place in the pouch or in the water before implantation, but in either case, syngnathids’ male pregnancy ensures them complete confidence of paternity. After implantation in or on the brood pouch or brood patch, the male incubates the eggs. Many species osmoregulate the brood pouch fluid to maintain proper pH for the developing embryos. In at least some species, the male also provisions his offspring with nutrients such as glucose and amino acids through the highly vascularized attachment sites in or on his body.
WARNING:This short story contains some sensitive subjects. If you don’t prefer Yaoi, Descriptive Sex Scenes, or Mpreg, this is not the story for you, and you have been warned. Also, if you do not like this sort of thing, I would ask you not to comment just to state this fact. Keep it to yourself, because you chose to read it, even after reading the warning.
In the second half, the pace of the story ratchets higher, and there’s no let-up. There’s always something happening, and the last few chapters are so fast paced I had to stop and remember to breathe. More than once the story could been tied up, but thankfully it wasn’t. As a result, the book is quite long with lots of plot twists and just when you think everything will be alright something else bad happens.
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.
I was very pleasantly surprised by the sub-plot in this book with the loan shark Vinnie. I was expecting to just have conflict between Ash & River and Janine – which wouldn’t have been bad, but I’m glad that wasn’t the major source of conflict in the story.
Omega Rian doesn’t want to get married—not to an Alpha, anyway. Everyone knows they have… strange desires, and Rian’s scared. But the Black River Pack is besieged on all sides by enemies, and the Council wants him to get married… now. When he’s paired with Taryn, his life will be chang…
Summary: Ikki sees about a new contest in town, and the prize is too irresistible. So he enlists the help of his lover Kyo to win the prize! However, Kyo isn’t too thrilled to find his lover plans to fatten him up in order to win the prize!
Betas are subordinate to Alphas and may or may not be able to impregnate Omegas; in some fanworks Betas aren’t present and the trope is known as Alpha/Omega, in others they take the role and functions of Omegas and Omegas aren’t present. Betas are often presented as having “normal” human anatomy with none of the special attributes of Alphas or Omegas.
Title: A Cowboy for Caleb (Great Plains Shifters #1) Author: L.C. Davis Publisher: Self-Published Release Date: October 11, 2017 Genre(s): Contemporary Paranormal Romance, hurt/comfort Length: approx 37k words Blurb: Falling for his deceased twin brother’s mate was never part of Dustin’s plan. This midwestern Alpha might be a little rough around the edges, but he lives by a few simple principles and honor is chief among them. Nonetheless,…
From these basic elements a wide variety of fanworks can be constructed. Some A/B/O works are straight-up porn, some explore social justice issues, some turn the trope on its head and makes alphas rather than omegas the disenfranchised group, etc. A/B/O is mainly known as a fic trope, but fanart is possible.
Connor has always known that once he turned twenty-two, he would be auctioned off to the highest bidder – that was the fate of all Omegas. Connor knows he isn’t of the most respectable Omega bloodlines and has no hopes for a high bid. His only wish is that the Alpha who eventually buys him would be kind and—Oh, god… Was that Keegan placing a bid for him? No… Not him… Anyone but him…
Michelle LePage is a twenty-something international woman of mystery, a gender and European history buff, an aspiring gamer, and unrepentant fanfiction addict. She is currently in an open relationship with BBC’s Sherlock, and it’s complicated.
At twenty-eight, James Warrington, only son and heir to Warrington Ltd—a billion-dollar dynasty of oil-freighters—feels like his life’s course is set. Handsome, spoiled, but likeable, it seems nothing can stand in his way.
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.