A chance meeting in the hotel’s elevator brings him close to his fated mate, Ezra. Ezra is a somewhat mysterious tiger shifter. Obviously having problems to settle down at one place, he has traveled the world, picking up random guys to fulfill his needs. Inexplicable attraction makes Ezra to follow after Matthew and together they travel on.
Journalist Colin Church has been through a lot. Through it all, he’s been able to rely on his best friend, Ed. Ed is the single most reliable person Colin has ever known – he’s also been in love with Ed since he knew what love was.
Though it became apparent very soon that not even many years of friendship equalled the bond of the brotherhood amongst the Seal Team. Colin was so stoic despite how he was treated, even by the man he loved, Ed Adami who put his Seal brothers before his friend of nearly twenty years. Colin kept his head up and his eyes forward – he didn’t bow or break.
AOBI School is a prestigious escalator school that either costs a fortune to attend or is completely free. The Institute researches ways to make life better for all Omegaverse genders. As educating the future leaders is one of the most effective ways to reach the goal, all students are required to take courses in sociology, psychology and biology. This story starts with people involved in the AOBI Special Class A.
Fear gripped his chest and he rolled to his side, burying his face into the crook of his elbow while his other hand rubbed his pained stomach. The merman breathed and groaned, grunted and cried out as the pain returned every few minutes, assaulting his pregnant stomach. It was unlike anything he’d felt before.
So then he kinda panics once it hits him that Prom is going to have this baby. He rushes to grab the bags and take them to the car. He does the typical person in labor thing and is ready to drive off but forgets Prompto at home. Prompto is 10000% done at this point. But he is going through the motions quicker than what he thought so he doesn’t have time to get angry because that baby is coming asap.
Again it hit him, making him moan and roll over, the pains were coming in shorter 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.
They both were going to be parents, soon. And Gojyo was anxious; he’d soon have a child to raise and care for. He was scared; of course he wouldn’t tell Hakkai that. Shaking his head, he looked down at the smoldering
Omegas are the softer and more gentle of these roles. They are the nurturing parents who raise their children and they are the only ones in here who can get pregnant besides Beta females. The female Omegas use their systems as normal, getting pregnant that way and then nurturing the child like they should. But for the males, it is very different. All Omegas go through heats, it all depends on the author how often they go into heats. During this time, they are most fertile. But the pre-heat is what the males have to go through. Since they only have one hole, their rectum, that is also doubling as protection for the female parts. During pre-heat, the parts start to grow after they empty their rectum completely. The reason they do it is so nothing gets stuck in the uterus. But Omegas are the smaller ones with less muscle and smaller penises if they are male. They love to take care of children and all that parenting stuff.
I just knew this book was going to be just, like the first two. But oh no. I get to 93% of the book and the tears kicked in. I hurt for Jax but most of all I loved his strength. Karter surprised me in the best way. Karter’s father upset me but the man redeemed himself in the best way. Wow! I love this series and I’m looking forward to the next book.