“Yaoi Mpreg Fanfics And Stories”

When Mac captures the feral shifter that climbed the walls surrounding the Mercy Hills Pack enclave, he feels for the young shifter’s fear, though he knows his Alpha isn’t the sort of shifter Jason believes he is. He’d be happy to see the two mated, except that, as time goes by, it becomes more and more difficult to deny his own feelings for the young, damaged omega.

Comments: I was a bit dubious about reading a fic with Derek as the one up the duff, but I shouldn’t have been. He’s just as emotionally constipated and grouchy and breathlessly self-sacrifing as I’d expect him to be, and this plays off beautifully against Stiles’ determination to do right by him and the unexpected fruit of their one night stand.

By way of the inherent parallels between Alpha/Omega and male/female, male Omegas take on an interesting position in Omegaverse. Their experiences often mirror those of women in certain context in “real life” and reflect gender stereotypes and dynamics back at us. In that, A/B/O holds a mirror up to nature, so to speak, which proves to be a major plus for some of my participants:

Under b), I quoted TheSilent (female, 18-25, Germany), who criticises both the heteronormative gender roles and the biological excuse for rape/dub-con. Regarding the latter, she goes on to say she is being “slightly hypocritical because I do sometimes enjoy the Sex Pollen trope, but I guess I prefer that because at least that’s not supposedly in a person’s “biological nature” but is an external influence and can be a one-time thing.”

Gabriel paused when he noticed Lucifer and Michael fighting over who got to hold the celestial being with blue eyes. Castiel sat on the couch, the green eyed child wrapped up in his wings and resting.

While fleeing his sister’s wrath for an accident that was almost not his fault, Moswen stumbles upon the chance to crash what promises to be a fun party. Kijika is hopeful that the birthday bash for his grandfather, the current king, won’t be the deadly boring event he’s sure it will be and he’d much rather be pouring over ancient texts in his quest for knowledge. Moswen’s karma swings into action and Moswen and Kijika cross paths at the party setting in motion a relationship that will give both men what they most desire.

”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.

Summary: This is not a story of how Loki and Steve fall in love. This is Loki and Steve, abandoned in a world they didn’t ask for, alone, with nothing to connect them to any thing or person on the planet except for the one thing they have in common: Loki’s blood, a Jotun’s blood, that once served as the basis for Dr. Erskine’s miraculous super-soldier serum and protected Steve through seventy years of ice […]

Review:  Fated and “instant” mate stories are often drafted with too much of a trope that seems incredibly artificial and unbelievable.  For a short story, this author handles the “insta-mate” phenomenon with some fineness and more credulity than many novels.  While the pairing was a central theme, surrounding setting and plot devices nicely brought out and reinforced the hesitant yet strong connection between the two, yielding for a pretty decent, quick, and enjoyable read.

The method of how the characters healed and resolved these strains was not as gripping as I would have liked – it seemed a bit too expository more than riveting, although the basic actions and ideas in the resolution were certainly somewhat novel  and compelling.

4 TWINKLING STARS: “Starting a new series can be a worry for some authors, but I always find that it gives an author a chance to either expand on the type of books that they write or try something new. I have to say that Stormy Glenn did not disappoint. This first book in the Wolf Haven series tells the story of Matthew or Matty, a human omega and Rico, a shifter, both who have no idea what the other is. I would have given this five stars, but this first book the series focuses on world and character building, so it just lost that slight edge. Having said that, because I enjoyed the start to this series so much, I immediately bought the second book to find out what happened to the two characters whose story started towards the end. All in all, it’s a strong start to a new series, and I anxiously look forward to more from the Wolf Haven series.” – Redz, Redz World

Eren’s words were mumbled, his eyes unfocused from his exhaustion. Sliding from the bed, Levi rushed to grab two thick towels and then back to Eren’s side, his mate was still smiling that dopey smile, eyes not moving from the boys at all.

All omegas would act differently towards an alpha approaching them during heat, honestly. It also pretty much depends on the author’s depiction of the classes in the story. The one I’ve seen that’s most popular is the idea that an omega will want the alpha to fuck them, yeah. It varies on how the alpha approaches, though, cause again, it depends on the author. In some stories the alpha may think it’s their right to check on the omega, while others will be really sheepish about it.

Hetalia – Axis Powers – Rated: T – English – Romance/Humor – Chapters: 16 – Words: 66,809 – Reviews: 97 – Favs: 81 – Follows: 52 – Updated: 10/27/2014 – Published: 6/3/2014 – [Hungary, Prussia] – Complete

Jeremy sat at the table in silence, Alyssa, one of his best friends sitting across from him. He had been against the blind date from the beginning since he was worried that his nerves would cause him to go into labour, and that it would force poor Matthew, his date, to take him home or to the hospital before they even got to know each other. He was already a week past his due date, and he knew it wasn’t smart to be out and about in his condition, but he also felt as if he would go insane if all he

When the animatronics returned to the pizzeria, they broke the news to their fans. Most of everyone questioned how Bonnie becoming pregnant could happen, something no one could explain. But eventually, they became excited for the coming of a new member of the Fazbear crew.

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!

Baby Mine pt.1 (Het Mpreg Birth)The morning of October 16th had started of as any other morning.  For the first time in the past few weeks, I had managed to get a full night’s sleep without worrying about Tom. Of course, I shouldn’t have worried; after all he’s done this twice before, his pregnancy had been textbook so far and between the two of us, I’ve lost count of how many babies we’ve delivered.  What’s one more?

Luke Wyatt, handsome and wealthy suitcase entrepreneur and shifter, is about to close the deal of a lifetime. Travelling to Monaco to meet with the rich and famous, he finds himself rubbing shoulders with the perfect investors in an ideal setting. But before he knows it, things get dangerous. Very dangerous.

Comments: If someone held up a gun to Bryan Fuller’s head and told him to convert Hannibal into a show set in the omegaverse, I think this is exactly how he’d do it. Incredibly true to both the feel and logic of the show’s canon, this is a brilliant and tightly-plotted psychological fic with a deliciously conniving Hannibal and an achingly courageous Will. It also forces the reader to consider the dilemma of having both the best and worst things in your life be one and the same. Easily my favourite story in the fandom, and I can’t recommend it enough.

Jump up ^ Mobley, Kenyon B.; Small, C. M. & Adam G. Jones (June 2011). “The genetics and genomics of Syngnathidae: pipefishes, seahorses and seadragons”. Journal of Fish Biology. 78 (6): 1624–1646. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8649.2011.02967.x.

My interest was even more piqued when I read the author’s introduction in which she names the current political situation in the US and Leta’ Blake’s Slow Heat (a book I thoroughly loved) as major inspirations.