The concept of male pregnancy has been the subject of popular films, generally as a comedic device. The 1978 comedy film Rabbit Test stars Billy Crystal as a young man who inexplicably becomes pregnant instead of his female sex partner. The 1990 BBC television comedy drama Frankenstein’s Baby features a Dr. Eva Frankenstein helping a male patient to become the world’s first pregnant man. The 1994 science fiction comedy/drama Junior stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as a fertility researcher who experiments on himself; the screenplay was inspired by a 1985 article in Omni magazine.
Bo has a lot to teach Ryker–in out and of the bedroom. But Ryker’s hiding something—something that just might destroy everything these two rugged men have built. Can Bo help Ryker reconcile his past for a chance at a family and future together?
As the next contraction hit, Adam felt it was one of the strongest he had as his body was pushing not only this egg out, but the other eggs behind it. Unable to help himself, Adam screamed, “Nnnnnghhhhh….gawd…….come out….” Adam grabbed onto the bed with one hand, while the other touched the egg, as he tried to pull it out.
In this 68,000-word mpreg wolf shifter romance, and alpha and an omega will form an unlikely bond. But will their love be enough to right all the wrongs? Prelude to Love contains intensely sexual scenes and strong language, making this heart-rending, pulse-pounding romance suitable for adults only.
~Okay, so Keith’s water broke at 41 weeks, which was kind of a relief, because he was kinda worried the baby didn’t wanna come out. But at the same time, terrifying, because it was their first baby and they wanted to make sure she was healthy.
this is my first time reading Eola Eden but it will not be my last. I will definitely be reading the whole series. To start I was not sure. The characters seemed shallow and easy. However I stuck with it and was so I did. I ended up loving Peter and Nitro. I wish there could have been a bit more detail in their getting to know each other process but it picked up and was really good. I hope we hear more about them and their future….
The premise of an ancient legend about an Alpha King and a rare, pure omega, born human, is so original, as are many of the other intricacies of the story. The author has created a whole world, complete with its history, to be explored. The situation that has evolved between werewolves and humans is cleverly thought out and plotted and supports the story really well.
Initially not wanting to settle down, James meets Stewart; devastatingly good-looking, charming and aloof, Stewart is everything James never knew he wanted—except that he seems to have something against James and everything he stands for.
All logic told Spy no, it would not be a good idea due to their jobs and current living situations. But… looking down at her, having had her in him for nine months (even if he had hated the whole experience) then finally getting to see her… he just did not want to give her up. He couldn’t. Was it selfish? Probably. Most likely. A war zone was certainly no place for children. Spy knew that from personal experience. If he really loved this child, then shouldn’t he want her to be safe? There had to be a way to have it both ways. To send her away somewhere while he and Sniper fought, then bring her back when the fighting was over. Of course, Miss Pauling! She could organise babysitters to come and take care of her during working hours away from 2Fort. Forge documents so no one would know he was her father. He finally knew the answer.
Another great mpreg, alpha/omega, m/m romance book by author Aiden Bates. Take an alpha, Ed who is a Navy Seal, very “conservative” in his views and madly in love with his childhood friend, Colin. Colin an omega, former Olympian and newspaper reporter with no intentions of ever “settling down” and being a stay at home “dad” and add to the mix Colin’s ex, Mansur and Egypt as the backdrop and what you’ve got is an exciting story with lots of twist and turns…can’t wait to read the rest of the book in this series by Mr. Bates!
Naruto, a young omega that is now an ANBU invites two males, Kakashi and Akatora, to chase him down and ‘play’ with him during his heat, but he ends up with more then he asked for; he gets a whole ninja harem in need of attention.
So, really, Keith shouldn’t have been surprised when he woke in the night and found Lance in a corner, back pressed to the safety of the wall and insulated from the floor by layers of blankets, curled around a clutch of three eggs. But he was. He was stunned. He just stood there, staring down at his partner sleeping peacefully, his face beautifully highlighted in the light from Altea’s twin moons.
As soon as Naruto understood that both men had accepted his invitation, he rose slowly and placed his fox mask back over his face, moving his body in tempting movements, and Akatora answered it by lowering his mask back in place as well. Kakashi had already put his book away in his pocket.
Also, adding to the secrets in this story, John’s boyfriend is pregnant, and because seeing a man pregnant would raise a lot of questions, he’s confined to their home. It becomes clear that this is an important and integral part of this story as it unfolds.
Sun rays fell on your eyelids and your groan escaped your lips,while you tried to run away from the annoying light you bumped into sturdy chest next to you.Your eyes fluttered open to reveal,Chuuya’s messy hair all over the pillow and one his arms resting around you protectively.
My issue with this story is how it was presented. It’s noted here on Amazon that it’s over 500 pages. Obviously this is completely false. I finished this story in about an hour so I’d say it was under 100 pages. Now I realize the page length on any blurb is up to Amazon getting it right but who’s at fault here, especially when it holds another story. Nothing in the blurb about another story following this one, but I wanted to finish what wasn’t written about Rocco and Kade. I wondered if Kade was now shifting and being more familiar with his wolf. I also wondered what Rocco did in his spare time besides fix up the house and care for the dogs. Is he a house husband? There’s no mention of schooling, training, or what he’ll do outside his pack structure. I pictured Kade working himself to the bone with a job and heavy volunteer work and Rocco sitting around. And I never understood why a pack wolf would fight for leadership when it wasn’t Rocco’s to give. That whole thing came off as a vendetta against Rocco and I kept expecting this defeated wolf to pop up and harass Kade. So yes, the story was short and unfulfilling. It was okay, I wanted more. 3 stars. – Dan’s Wife