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Dean strained against his bonds until they broke. The moment they were gone he marched up straight to his brother, ready to tear him a new one. Of course, the annoying, wingless, piece of shit got between Dean and his quarry.

Coren never imagined himself to be a family man, but things can change. This is a short fic I wrote in tribute to him that gives the reader a small peek into his and Lythallendar’s life together after their children are born.

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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.

I’m confused. Other werewolf books by this writer, I’m almost certain, held to another were alpha/omega dynamic and physiology. How can Dallas, of part Taiwanese descent, insofar as we know and his history dictates, a hundred percent human, turn into an omega the same time he transitions into werewolf? Apologies, but while I normally enjoy Walker’s books, this one had me backtracking, rereading, then giving up altogether since the plot didn’t hold my interest, and the details and new developments getting thrown in too bizarre to be credible. I’m very glad I didn’t buy this one – it’s as though the plot well ran dry and this is an experiment or a trial to test ideas that may or may not work. Sadly, this one fell way short of Preston Walker’s usual mark and style. Also, unless the characters are used to incorporate made up words or use peculiarities with language, I cringe and am “most uncomfortable” to see misused superlatives like “uncomfortableness.”. Just – you know?

Knowing what he needed to do, he gripped his knees and pulled them up, groaning in pain with a new contraction coming on. He bore down and put his chin onto his chest, teeth grinding to keep himself from screaming in pain. It hardly helped, and he yelled out anyway while he struggled to push.

He pushed, unable to wait on her as the egg then popped out of him harshly, fluids splashing out after it. She barely caught it, having had to drop the knife, but managed to catch the egg before it fell on the hard rocks. Ferris then collapsed and gasped for air, his chest heaving as he looked between his legs.

Amenadiel does not show it, but on the inside, he is freaking out. Lucifer had left Chloe a message and disappeared right after, nowhere to be found. And so close to the angels’ mating season too. They need to make sure that those closest to them will not be taken over by what Lucifer calls ‘his irresistible Devil aura’ during the heat and make sure that Lucifer does not get raped. Which ends well, of course. Because when does anything ever work out for Lucifer?

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Alois stood up as well walking over to the door he poked his head out looking down both ways. He could see Sebastian coming this way and his bright blue eyes brightened “Hey Sebastian! Can you help us out? Ciel needs to take a shower can you get it started?” Sebastian looked from Alois to Ciel who stood behind him looking a bit scared and much weaker now. He placed his hand over his heart and bowed “I’ll come for you when it’s ready” with that he turned and left going to the bathroom and starting the shower. Alois turned to Ciel he knew this feeling all to well and felt sorry that Ciel had to experience it out of all the people in the world why did Claude chose Ciel?

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!

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’ll be sure to get her ready then” the voice keeps talking. It sounds familiar. You wonder who the man was talking to. Picking yourself up on the couch, you look over the head rest to see a man with odd purple hair talking on your cellphone.

fandom: rpf_j2, genre: slash, kink: bottom_jensen, kink: graphic_birth, kink: mpreg, kink: penatration_not_anal, kink: pregnant_sex, kink: public_sex, rating: nc17, status: complete, title: unexpected arrival, verse: unexpected

Tears stung his eyes as he was finally released of the pain and he swam up toward the surface, his tail pumping to get him up before it happened again. When he reached the rocks and broke the surface, he gasped at the returning pain; it was even worse than the first two times.

Dean fell in love with him, and even once he regained his strength and returned home to the castle, he continued to visit Castiel in secret. When Castiel told him he was pregnant, a quirk of his magical biology, Dean was overjoyed until the reality of his father’s decree dawned upon him. 

Mpreg is also a subgenre of fanfiction, occurring with some frequency in slash and only very rarely in het. The man who gets pregnant is usually human and cisgender, and often the story offers no explanation for the phenomenon, although it may be explained by magic, medical experimentation, or simply the existence of an Alternate Universe where men are commonly pregnant. In some dystopian Mpreg AUs, the role or status of males able to get pregnant may differ markedly from that of impregnating males.

But he had to push either way, and as he did the baby moved down more. He spread his legs as wide as they could go, and he tossed his head back and screamed as the egg pushed it’s way out little by painful bits. He felt as though his babies would tear him in half before he could birth both the egg and his baby.

Adam groaned when he heard this egg was one of the large ones knowing this was as big as a ostrich egg. Adam legs were held as far apart as they would go as he panted trying not to push until a contraction would come.

The child that General Hux is carrying must belong to Ben. She can feel a connection to it like she can with her own son. Even with his cuffed hands, Leia watches as Hux strokes over his belly, mouth moving in inaudible sounds.

When Taryn fails his Guard tryouts and Rian learns he’s infertile, it seems like life is just getting worse for the brash Alpha and his reluctant Omega. The pair has to learn to work together to get through it all—and will Rian ever learn about his own desires?

But when Mattt arrives, he finds that Hillary needs his help. Unfortunately for Matt, helping her will involve close work with Hillary’s new brother-in-law: the remote, difficult and commanding owner of the company, Drew Matherson.

Dyadic human males do not have the anatomy needed for natural embryonic and fetal development.[1] The theoretical issue of male ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the uterine cavity) by implantation in biological males has been addressed by experts in the field of fertility medicine, who stress that the concept of ectopic implantation, while theoretically plausible, has never been attempted and would be difficult to justify – even for women lacking a uterus – owing to extreme health risks to both the parent and child.[8][9]

However it had all turned bad when said Chief detective began investigating the Italian mafia. And that’s how Bret had found himself face to face with the barrel of a gun as he finished showering one night last week. They’d taken him, only grabbing some underwear and pants, and had ruthlessly interrogated him, even though he was due any day.

I’m a little bummed I didn’t enjoy this more. Something was just missing for me. Not enough to make it bad but just off. I mostly liked the characters, they were fine. I did feel for them. But the writing felt a little….shallow. There’s a lot of serious difficult subjects but it didn’t delve into it deep enough for me. There were a couple of political references that made me laugh/cringe. Braun kind of annoyed me towards the end. The groveling he made Tarek do was a little much. Tarek had his …more