“Mpreg Childbirth Knot”

Summary: AU in which Alphas are like royalty and are offered their choice of any age eighteen-and-up virgin Omega for each year’s heat season, as a ‘thank-you’ to all they’ve done for their compounds throughout the year. Derek is an Alpha and…yeah, Stiles. Stiles is an Omega. And still a virgin. In every way. And he’s just turned eighteen. This…is not his day.

Crowley had shouted that at him not even two days ago but he was right. Dean needed to pick a side. Looking at Sam sleep peacefully and his daughter sucking her thumb while she slept, Dean made his decision.

Castiel flinched at Dean’s scream and instantly straightened up, “Dean, you need to lie still,” Castiel said, his voice drowned by Dean’s cries. The angel quickly grabbed the sides of Dean’s face and wanted to freeze up again when he saw the liquid grace tears streaming down his lover’s face.

laurisadavey: I like how you structured your story very show and not tell your way with words makes me want to read on very good detail and the paragraphs and sentences just flow making it easy to read

Tarly and Roam are absolutely great for each other. Tarly has a rare condition that makes it hard to control his shift and wolf in stressful situations. So for years Tarly has secluded himself from everyone and his only relationships are held on omega date. Once an omega requests to meet in person Tarly bails. Roam finds out he’s pregnant and waits to tell his mate, however while waiting for his mate to make it home he plans a wonderful dinner and waits. Only he receives a call from his sister in law only to find out that his mate died in a car accident. Roam and Tarly meet on omega date. Roam is the only omega that Tarly has ever wanted to get better for, not only that but the only one he has ever met in person. Great read I received an ARC and voluntarily left a review enjoy.

I only read the first four novellas in the Author, Preston Walkers “MPREG Romance Bundle.” And as a big fan of this particular genre of writing I thoroughly enjoyed them all. “Uriel’s Forest” is quite the tale and gave me a lot to think about long after I finished reading it. I read the “bonus book” included in the collection (Regal Bloodlines) a while ago and wrote a separate review which I posted on Amazon.All in all I can highly recommend the first four books for anyone liking very well written, imaginative m/m romance, mpreg books.

Joel frowned when he realized that the egg had stopped coming out halfway and spread the man’s legs even wider, trying to force the egg out. He could see that it was slippery as fluid was leaking out from the man’s hole, dripping onto the bed under him.

i think it said that they can, just that they can’t get pregnant from it. also i think they can have a relationship, but not kids – so basically it’s ‘you can fuck who you want, but not necessarily get pregnant with who you want’.

Bonnie ran as fast as he could tearing up a little and ran inside the spare parts and service and locked the door behind him. Bonnie panted and sat down in the darkness in the room scared. Chica noticed Bonnie surprised and walked to the door and knocked on it.

That Freddy did. He and Chica waited on stage for Bonnie while telling the kids to be patient. After what seemed like forever, he finally appeared. The kids opened their mouths to ask him where he’d been, only to be put off by how sick and unstable he looked.

The internet (yes, the very one you’re on right now) is literally festering with mpreg. The best mpreg resources are DeviantArt (make sure to turn mature content “visible”) and Tumblr. You can also check out the Mpreg Central forums, and search for mpreg on e621.net, a site mainly for erotic furry art.

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 in 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

Gail, an Omega, has been hiding from other shifters for over half a decade, determined to choose his own path in life, even if that means working two jobs. During the day he works at a bookstore and in the evenings he is an exotic dancer.

After a bout of ill health his father seems ready to pass the torch at any moment. Unfortunately, the timing couldn’t be any worse. Rocco has only just decided that he needs to part ways with his current boyfriend Skye, but he’s going to need a… mate in order for the pack to accept him fully as Alpha—not to mention fend off evil rival Jarvis’ challenge to his status.

Summary: from a prompt on the kinkmeme: Hannibal (an Alpha) has been looking after Will since he was young (I was thinking as a godfather) and getting to know Will he expected him to be a beta. But Will is apparently a late bloomer because he goes into his first heat about the age of fourteen. Hannibal, being as self controlled as he is, is able to resist the scent of Will during his first few heats, and the boy keeps himself locked in his room for the week. But… can he control himself when a 16-17 year old Will comes into his bedroom during his worst heat yet, begging for his knot?

K.H.’s reply (female, demisexual, 18-25, USA) summarises the spirit of this aspect concisely: “I hate when a character’s personality is flipped on it’s head to fit the gendered roles of Alpha and Omega.”

His attention was beginning to make Akatora feel powerful, and the smell of the omega pheromones was beginning to awake his own heat. Finishing up his meal, he turned slightly to his side, so that his eyes meet those of Naruto, and this time the blonde did let a purr escape him, as he leaned his body back on his arms against the table and stretching out, showing of his body for the two men.

Alec Lightwood never thought he would find his mate like this. How does he explain the concept of mates to a man who knows him only as Master? Can he help Magnus Bane break free from his role he perceives as his place in the world? Or is he already too late to help the beautiful Omega break the bonds society has placed on him?

*FLAILS* EEEEE OMYGOSH I frickin L-O-V-E THIS. Thankyouthankyouthankyou!! You did an amazing job! You always nail these scenes!   You captured everything exactly the way my own mind didn’t even know it. *hugs story close*  I can’t believe this all happened within the span of 3 days. Hee~ jkfdkadfsdfa thank you for not dismissing me cause I know I had no real credentials on DA. 

I love Omegaverse stories. Having discovered them quite by chance last year with the “The Country Omega” by Penelope Peters, I am always keen to read new authors in the genre because each approach their world-building differently – hierarchy, function/role, society expectations and even some being just all male – it’s exciting to read a variation to a theme. So, having also read Leta Blake’s “Slow Heat” (which is referenced in the opening of this book) I was eager to read this – the blurb was go …more

A surge of power unlike anything he’d ever experienced went through the mage’s body.  It was like a flicker of lightning, and then it was gone.  He put a human hand on his stomach.  A strange warmth had run through him like he had swallowed heated sand. 

It seems like fate, then, when the two men’s paths happen to cross at a bar one evening, and they spend the night together in the rapturous throes of ecstasy, revealing their true selves in a way that they’ve seldom done to anyone else around them.

In the end, I felt there was a cliffhanger. With how the author ended it I felt like someone hit me in the face with a wooden paddle; with WTF on the tip of my tongue. I can only assume Rian is going to help Taryn in his own way with the Pack War. I guess I will have to see if the next book in the series goes in this direction. If so I will give it a try; if not then unfortunately I must say I cannot go further with this series.

I was very disappointed to find that this was in actuality, a short story with 4 other books in the back and 2 free downloads. The story ended at 26%. This was not in the description and i feel that this is both misleading and fraudulent. I have also noticed that all 35 reviews are from Readers who have received an ARC No verified purchases. I dont kno if the book was padded after that or what. This seems like a KU scam.

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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 🙂

Summary: Levi moves away from the only town he’s ever known, off to university and away from his two friends, Isabel and Farlan. Having roommates is a new experience, one that he thinks will be totally unpleasant, but when the last person to turn up is a gorgeous male omega, his perspective changes.

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The clock chimed musically at 6 a.m. Bonnie woke to the melodic dings, and he smiled because they reminded him of Freddy’s wonderful singing voice. He could feel his arms wrapped around him and he turned, careful not to wake him, and saw him, looking so peaceful, his breathing soft and rhythmic. Bonnie reached up to kiss him when he suddenly felt pain around his abdomen. He grabbed at it and took deep breaths, trying to stifle it. But it suddenly turned into nausea and he was on his feet and sprinting to the restrooms.