“Mpreg Yup Went There Omegas”

Dean took a deep breath, his entire body and soul exhausted. He knew he should be resting already but he just didn’t want to miss out on a second of being around his children. He just wished Sam and Bobby could be there but they wouldn’t even be able to look at the children. Before he could even think another thought, he passed out.

Cam was just looking for a little fast cash. Stuck at his parents’ house after a nasty breakup, he needed the huge payout offered by Cain Enterprises. Even if it meant being mated by a devastatingly handsome–and devastatingly straight–alpha.

”In there..” He pants,”Middle drawer,Under everything. There is a silver instrument of sorts,It will..It will work.” He cries out,Panting heavily as he arches his back in pain. Sebastian nods and rummages through the drawer,Leaning over it and digging his nails into the top of it as another pain nearly drops him. He bites back screaming out,Just rocks slightly over the dresser until it ends,Ciel not even noticing. As it ends,He finally finds the instrument. It’s certainly a gruesome looking thing. A long,thin silver handle. At the top,A small silver hook.

Blake Sanderson is a punk. An alpha wolf with no responsibilities. Watching the world from the street corners, he thinks he’s immune to trouble. All that changes when he crosses a feral wolf who will do anything to put him down. And now there’s this omega named Josh, carrying the weight of the world in his eyes, telling him they’re supposed to be mates…

Anna Fox lives alone – a recluse in her New York City home, unable to venture outside. She spends her day drinking wine (maybe too much), watching old movies, recalling happier times…and spying on her neighbors. Then the Russells move into the house across the way: a father, mother, their teenaged son. The perfect family. But when Anna, gazing out her window one night, sees something she shouldn’t, her world begins to crumble. And its shocking secrets are laid bare.

Each book I read in the series brings me a new favorite couple, so basically it means I love all the couples whose stories we’ve gotten so far and Constable Karter Jenks and Jax Orris are no exception. This story moves on from brothers Braun and Kell, but they are still here with their mates and friends, helping out and moving forward.

Finley Cooper is tired of waiting for his destined mate to be ready to claim him. In deference to human laws, he’s already agreed to wait until he’s 18. But now his birthday has come and gone-and his mate has a new set of excuses. Finley doesn’t understand it any more than his wolf does, and he’s beginning to wonder if fate made a mistake.

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As he was pushing, he felt the afterbirth in his vagina and he bore down long enough for it to come out. He panted, and started to bear down again; he still had an egg to birth. Just as his contraction receded to give him a break, however, his stomach contracted harshly again and he held his belly and groaned.

He groaned in pain but nodded and started to push again, his stomach painfully contracting to push his babies out. His mate took one of his hands in her own and he squeezed her hand as he bore down hard, groaning loudly while the egg pushed out a little further along with the baby’s head crowning even more.

I love this series. I love the characters, the dialogue and storylines. I also love the action and adventure aspect of it as well. This book was no different. It had drama, action, suspense, mystery, romance…it had it all. I loved how the characters interact with each other not just the two MCs, but all of the characters. The only bump I found in the story was when they were discussing how Colin and Ed were discussing how they would take care of the baby. Colin mentioned something about being able to afford the rising health insurance premiums for the baby. Active duty service members and their families do not pay for their insurance. It’s an entitlement with the military. Me working with military insurance is the only reason why that stood out to me. Other than that tiny blip, the story was perfect. The series is a definite must read and I truly recommend it.

A.M. Arthur was born and raised in the same kind of small town that she likes to write about, a stone’s throw from both beach resorts and generational farmland. She’s been creating stories in her head since she was a child and scribbling them down nearly as long, in a losing battle to make the fictional voices stop. She credits an early fascination with male friendships (bromance hadn’t been coined yet back then) and “The Young Riders” with her later discovery of and subsequent love affair with m/m romance stories.

The Dialogue of John and Sherlock Series by cwb – Sherlock decides that he and John are in a romantic relationship. John tries to educate Sherlock on what that actually means. (this is the cutest, Sherlock is literally hopeless)

Myoregon wrote: “All the MPREGs that I’ve read have the book ending with the couple having the baby. Would love to read more books where they have the baby in the middle of the book and we can experience the coupl…”

The street was unnaturally packed today as Ikki Nomura walked through the crowd with a bag of groceries. Adjusting his glasses, he huffed and pushed his way through to see what was up with all the hustle and bustle that had suddenly stirred up in the town. It’s a lively town here but this is ridiculous. He thought with a snort.

But when my father found out about our union, he couldn’t accept the fact that I loved someone beneath my station. Not only was I kicked out of the only home I had ever known, but that night I also lost the love of my life, Bryce.

– When they walk around people just look at them like they are the ideal family- Alfred is charming and handsome, even if older, Arthur is still beautiful, and the kid is a beautiful splitting image of the two of them

This is a good transition to the fundamental question my participants debated, namely whether Omegaverse is sexist/homo-/transphobic, or actually subversive and an incredibly reflective commentary on society…

Jared was born into his profession. He’d never met his parents. His father had been katil, killed in action, more legend than man. He used to wonder what his father would’ve been like, whether he knew about Jared. It seemed more people knew about his father than he ever did as a kid and it’s taken Jared an entire life to emerge from the long shadow his father had cast.

“This sounds so weak- ‘I read playboy for the articles’ – but I really am most into the world building and reimagination of gender and society. Some of my fave a/o is teen rated. I love the idea of having more male characters who have uteruses- as many transmen do in reality- and of playing with our gendered perceptions and expectations about characters and narrative and history.” (Bekah, nonbinary, she/her, queer, 18-25, USA)

“Excuse me?..” You called out softly, “Can I have something to stop the pain..?” Your voice faltered towards the end, after moments of waiting no one showed up, you stayed sitting, your hand shivering violently.

“Oh you poor dear. Let’s get you back upstairs to get settled,” said Madame Pomfrey, helping him back up the stairs. They had to pause every two minutes while Harry had a contraction. “How long have you been in labour?”