Why we think it’s a great listen: Seabiscuit was a runaway success, and Hillenbrand’s done it again with another true-life account about beating unbelievable odds. On a May afternoon in 1943, an Army Air Forces bomber crashed into the Pacific Ocean and disappeared, leaving only a spray of debris and a slick of oil, gasoline, and blood. Then, on the ocean surface, a face appeared…..
“Arthur takes Alfred’s hand, standing slowly as they acknowledge and accept the truth. He relaxes majorly as they leave, holding Alfred’s hand all the way home.” Omegaverse AU. Arthur and Alfred are having trouble, so they go to a clinic for help. What they find out surprises them and changes their lives forever. (UsUk) Rated T because of paranoia.
Practicing the Same Religion by Geoviki. Mpreg is a common Harry Potter trope. “Classic Harry/Draco Mpreg. It’s the fic that everyone says, ‘I don’t usually like/read Mpreg BUT… loved this story!'” (2005)
As I said in my heading, I was expecting dazzlement but only got shine. The shine came in the concept of the storyline and the execution of it, which was very good. My problem was Braun. I just didn’t like him. And when you don’t take to one of the main MCs, you’ve got a problem and Houston…..I had a problem.
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Author’s summary: People leave in Beacon Hills, give up on the town, the people, on life itself. And he and Derek are still here, six years later, still able to drink a beer and share space. It’s kind of remarkable in a really understated way.
Though it became apparent very soon that not even many years of friendship equalled the bond of the brotherhood amongst the Seal Team. Colin was so stoic despite how he was treated, even by the man he loved, Ed Adami who put his Seal brothers before his friend of nearly twenty years. Colin kept his head up and his eyes forward – he didn’t bow or break.
Dean got Sam pregnant sometime before he became a demon. But now Sam’s gone into early labor in the bunker while trying to cure him, and only he and Castiel are there to help Sam deliver the baby. (Only bottom!Sam please)
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.
4.5 STARS: “In Heir of the Wolf That Bit You, Wolf Haven 1, Stormy Glenn introduces us to an intriguing world filled with shifters, a world where loving another man is a death sentence.” Stormy Glenn showcases her talent in Heir of the Wolf That Bit You, Wolf Haven 1. Creating realistic loveable characters with a plot that will amaze you, set in a world with a different take on a legend, Stormy Glenn pens Heir of the Wolf That Bit You where excitement and danger reign supreme and passion and love are hard fought battles. Matty had to learn about a world he never knew existed while Rico had no clue Matty was in danger. Rico did redeem himself and the ending is amazing and will leave with a smile and a laugh. Good to the last word – Heir of the Wolf That Bit You, Wolf Haven 1 by Stormy Glenn.” — Debby, Sensual Reads
The Origin of The Football Players 02WARNING: THIS STORY CONTAINS UNDERAGE MALE ON MALE SEXUAL INTERCOURSE (I love that word!!!), MPREG, A SOLO MPREG BIRTH SCENE, AND A LITTLE ABUSE, IF YOU CONSIDER BULLYING AND OCCASIONAL PUNCHING ABUSE. IF YOU DO NOT LIKE ANY OF THE THINGS MENTIONED ABOVE, PLEASE DO NOT READ THIS STORY. IT IS THAT SIMPLE. THANK YOU. IF YOU DO WANT TO READ THIS, PLEASE ENJOY THE FOLLOWING STORY.