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“I’m tempted to just grab a kitchen knife and have you get him out of me…” Rhys huffed as he cupped the underside of his heavy stomach, rubbing the swollen flesh slowly as to not wake up his child. He was comforted and warm and didn’t want to have his son beating up his insides right now.

“Oi you cant call me a brat, have you forgotten i’m older then you” you grinned. Levi tsk’d and looked away, ‘were his cheeks pink? or am I seeing shit?’ a bell rang in the background. “Shit! Levi we gotta get our asses moving or we’ll be late for club” quickly standing I grabbed Levi dragging him off to our after school club.

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 changed forever.

His belly was so big it made walking awkward and he had to waddle everywhere he went and he blushed whenever someone looked his way. Ikki didn’t care though as he loved Kyo even being so pregnant, knowing that they were going to be parents soon. Just a couple more months, he thought with a slight smile as the two walked (Or one walked while the other waddled) down the street and back home.

At the moment they were taking a well deserved break from all the research. Something that made Sam and Castiel a little nervous. Dean could say he was fine, but they both knew that the mark was affecting him more than he let on. However, they had read every book that Men of Letters had and were left with hoping Charlie found something. Castiel sighed as he sat with the older Winchester trying to understand the show that Dean insisted he watched, something about dragons and nudity.

“Sam, I have to check—Sam? How, How far along…? You’re with child?” Dean did a mental double take, thinking he had heard wrong. A child, Sam, what? Of all the things he thought that was wrong with Sam, pregnancy wasn’t even on that list. Dean suddenly felt jealousy flare through his body, up his spine and spilling out of his mouth.

Evidence by JezebelGoldstone – Angry papa Lestrade comes bounding up to 221B demanding the return of all the evidence Sherlock stole so the detective tells the DI about some of the evidence so he’ll let him keep it. (Sherlock is amazingly sentimental in this, I love him)

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.

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.

Dean fell in love with him, and even once he regained his strength and returned home to the castle, he continued to visit Castiel in secret. When Castiel told him he was pregnant, a quirk of his magical biology, Dean was overjoyed until the reality of his father’s decree dawned upon him. 

The logical thing to do would’ve been to Castiel should have started planning their flight as soon as Mary Campbell found them. Their belongings are few, there’s been little fighting since campaign season passed, and the security of the Duke’s park is a small price to give up for security against the Campbells.

Naruto almost purred out loud at the sight of Akatora’s face, the man was handsome, and it was making his insides hot just watching the man eat. He was not insanely gorgeous like Kakashi, but more rough and manly.

It should have been perfect. But when Kit discovers he is carrying Red Henry’s child, his entire world is turned upside down. Bewildered and confused, he obeys his family’s insistence to attend a shifter-addiction support group. But when he discovers the group has a darker, more covert agenda–sparking a war between humans and dragons–can he protect himself and his unborn dragon-baby from their vile plotting, or will he need the help of Red Henry, the one dragon he never thought he could face again?

You as a reader may be thinking “How the fuck did that happen?” Well dear reader, there are two people to blame here, Medic and Sniper (sort of). Medic, for implanting a uterus in Spy without his knowledge (for science of course), and Sniper for accidentally impregnating him afterwards. Needless to say, both Sniper and Spy were in a state of shock when they’d found out exactly why the Frenchman had been puking his guts out and was tired all the time for the past few days previously. And of course, Spy had demanded an abortion after he’d calmed down enough to stop attempting to kill both Medic and Sniper. He didn’t care if abortions were illegal or not. This would be minor compared to most of the crimes he was guilty of. Unfortunately for Spy though, the Medic had refused to do it. Not because he was pro-life or any of that crap, but because he felt it would be a waste of an interesting scientific opportunity. No matter, Spy had thought, there were always back alley doctors he could go to, many of whom were more qualified than Medic. That was until the Administrator had intervened after the Medic had begged her to do so. On her orders, he was forced to keep the pregnancy.

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As Jack turned around to grab his things and head inside he saw someone in the distance looking out over the grand view that his property provided. More lost hikers he thought. He started to walk toward the hiker figuring he better tell them to get going unless they expect on being stuck in a storm with him. It would not be t

“Hi it’s good to see you Katie.” said Marie while she hugged her “Good to see you too.” said Katie as she smiles “Oh have a seat you must be exhausted.” said Marie when she leads Katie to the couch “Thank you.” said Katie after waddle her way to the couch, she sat down letting out a huge sigh and while rubbing her large womb.

Having caught his breathe as much as he was going to, Adam had to continue to push hoping very soon this huge egg would come out, “Nnnnnghhhh….aaahhhhh….ooohhhh….help me gawd please!!!!!!!!!!” Adam screamed into the other room hoping the man would hear him and be able to help.

He looked..peaceful and that was some rare sight.His hair was everywhere and you couldn’t help but try to play with it,eliciting slight grunt from the sleeping man,you wondered how did he get such a nice eyelashes which throw shadows on his cheeks and his lips were slightly parted which made the image even better.And it made you remember some things that those lips did the last night.Only the thought sent pleasant shivers down your spine.

She’d gotten dressed and waddled down to the kitchen to begin her baking. At least now, she knew she could have breakfast ready before the children woke up. She knew she was in for a long labour because of her body’s physical shape so she didn’t want to waste any time. Clive ran in before she was done, “Oh, did I wake you?” Alexis asked her eldest son, of almost 11. He nodded and sat down groggily.  “Well, breakfast will be ready soon. Why don’t you go wake up your brothers and sisters?” He groaned and got back up again slumping back down the hall to go get them. It was about 20 minutes late before all 7 of her children that were able to walk had sat down at the table. “I didn’t want to wake up Tommy.” Clive told