“Mpreg Birth Will Graham Restraints Knotting Kink”

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.

I definitely enjoyed Arthur’s take on the omegaverse trope. This type of storyline typically focuses on alpha/beta/omega non shifters in an alternate world. Mpreg and mating heat are often a big part of thes …more

Something I’ve been wondering about is if the Mom is an Alpha and the Dad is an omega who gives birth to the kid? I know Alpha females have semen and omega males have wombs. Chika’s parents in Sayonara Alpha were a couple of this sort and I’m curious as to how this would work, somebody explain please

A Second Chance at an Extraordinary Love—and Lust… When Chad Stone and Josh Bennett last crossed paths, both had been on the fast track to fame. Josh — Chad’s best friend Ashley’s scorching hot older brother — was on his way to football stardom, while Chad was…

“Now, bend over,” the doctor said, and Charlie complied, leaning on the exam table and pulling down his trousers. “I’m gonna do an internal exam, so you will feel my hand inside you,” she warned, squirting a pile of lube on her hand before inserting it. Charlie gasped as she did so, getting a boner almost instantly. “Hmm..” she pondered.

“Time to push Sam, give a big one,” Sam pushed with all that was worth and suddenly he felt empty and sore. There was a moment of silence and then a sharp cry filled the bathroom. Sam felt all exhaustion leave him and he sat up by himself. He felt Dean’s hands on his back, helping him with support.

A star-crossed Omega holds the key to defeating the Conquest… When Rozel crash-landed in the tiny town of Roston, he was looking for a respite from the horrors he faced at the hands of the Conquest. He didn’t bargain on being thrust into the middle of an intergalactic war.

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 even if in this particular case it did not really enhance the believability (or suspension of my disbelief) too much for me personally.

I woke up the next day, the bed cold(as usual). My hand was still on my stomach and the faint rocking of the bus as we continued to drive made me want to crawl back into bed and fall asleep. Sadly I am awoken with a loud growl of my stomach and I realize I never really ate last night. 

Despite the 3 1/2 star, I enjoyed Saved and I do recommend it. I think part of the reason I’m not giving this story a higher rating is because I’m familiar with A.M. Arthurs’ work, and absolutely love her stories, but for me this one fell a little flat in comparison. This first book in the series is comparable to other Mpreg stories, in my experience. With A.M. Arthur though, I was expecting a bit more I guess. With that being said, I have read the second in the series, Seen, and it’s wonderful. It’s exactly what I’ve come to expect and I thoroughly enjoyed it and highly recommend. You do need to read Saved first though as it sets the stage. That’s not to say reading Saved is a chore. Absolutely not. It was enjoyable, it just didn’t have the same heart and soul poured into it as Seen. Like Saved was written to set the stage and not so much out of a driving need to tell Braun’s story itself. I think part of my problem also was not actually the story itself, but the initial world building. I had some hang-ups about it until later in the story when things were explained a bit more clearly. That kind of threw me off for awhile. Other than that, the characters, their relationship, the events in the story, all made for a good story and I do encourage everyone to give this one a go and then go on to read Seen which I really really liked 🙂

“… I understood why [Omegaverse] would be something someone would like if they were transgender/ didn’t fit into gender norms and was looking for a different way to look at gender— a universe that had three instead of two. I tried reading a couple of things, but I didn’t like it. Then again, I am the epitome of the gender I was assigned at birth so maybe I’m just not the right audience for this.” (yowwzahh, female, 18-25, USA)