When I got home, I packed my hospital bag just so I wouldn’t have to rush in my last month of pregnancy. I lived by myself in a house that my parents had bought before they passed. In the bank account, my parents had left me enough money to live and pay for my studies until I was able to earn my own money.
Omegaverse is a AU(alternate universe) in which males can get pregnant. It isn’t always the most popular AU, but it is still used by others. In this system, there are three main roles: Alpha, Beta, and Omega.
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[fancypost bgcolor=; border: 0px; width: 500px; color: black; font-family: Georgia; font-size: 7pt;][hr][justify]Ciel looked at him as he got in (After taking hi clothes off, of course). “Why did you push me into the bathroom? I mean, I know it was because of Claude but, I could’ve ran in and closed the door myself.”[/fancypost]
The pain returned for the fourth time, and this time he tossed his head back and cried out; a hot, rush of fluids gushing out of both his vagina and anus all at once. It was hot against his cooled skin. He panted and gasped as he struggled to back up, seeing the fluids being washed off where he lay from the waves lapping at the edges.
As he stopped to catch his breath, he felt it recede just a little back inside him and he groaned at the back step. But he just started to bear down again, groaning with the effort to birth his young before he was completely worn out. He hated being by himself, he wanted his mate here to coach him.
Alpha billionaire Ryan Weiss insists that the two are fated mates. Isaac has never been with another man before, but he can’t help feel the pull of Ryan’s baby blues or ignore the way his heart races whenever Ryan says his name.
The “werewolves exposing themselves to humans” trope is a difficult one for me to appreciate without an extreme level of thought and sophistication. (The author’s treatment of this “coming out” wasn’t horrible, and had plenty of political and personality-driven machinations, but for those plots to be very enjoyable to me, I yearn for a very significant and deeply well thought-out world building and story. The reasons why werewolves remain hidden for so long, how they’ve interacted with and affected human events in the past, and why they are coming out now are massive questions that are difficult to answer in a short romance. For example, author attempted to address some of this with comments about World War I and the War on Terror, so kudos for at least trying to put such a earth-shattering, seminal event into some perspective. But to me this ices over World War II and the Cold War, which to me vastly, vastly larger threats by far to both humanity and especially werewolves’/supernaturals’ position and stake in the world.) Again, my respect to the author to at least try to address this, even if in this particular case it did not really enhance the believability (or suspension of my disbelief) too much for me personally.
Ever since their first meeting, Matt and Drew have hated each other. Drew is everything that infuriates Matt: selfish, privileged and opinionated, a true alpha. And Matt is everything that inflames Drew, it seems: caring, impulsive and uncompromising.
Lucifer noticed them and realized he was going to have to give the little boy up. He frowned as he walked over, staring into the blue eyes of the angel he held. The little boy smile and made a noise as he reached out a tiny hand to tug on one of Lucifer’s feathers.
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 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.