This cute mpreg paranormal romance had many of the tropes I love: insatiable urge to breed, multiples, a light medical fetishism, and on top of all of that you are there from conception to birth to a happy little ever after. There was little to
The story plot was a good idea, just wish the characters emotional standing with one another was better. The whole surrogate mother bid has been retold numerous times I just wish this put a bit,more spin on it. The characters seemed like there “aha” moment didn’t fully come to fruition until practically the end of the book, the same with the cousin trouble, basically forgot he was still in the story because he had such small parts within it. I felt that the pace was gone just the development could have been better.
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’.
A.M. wrote her first m/m stories in the guise of Kish fanfic (the Kyle/Fish romance from cancelled soap opera “One Life to Live.” As her stories were met with more and more positive feedback, A.M. was inspired to try her hand at creating original m/m romance. And the rest is history.
I’ve been in a reading slump for weeks now and i’ve also been MIA in social media and pretty much everything else so I had no idea this book was released. Imagine by surprise when I saw it on amazon…so of course I bought it then berated myself for not paying more attention to my surroundings. ANYWAY…this book brought me out of my reading slump. I love Jax and Karter. In the first books I wasn’t a huge fan of Karter Jenks but in those books there was also some character growth. I wasn’t quite …more
The first published A/B/O book I read was Mating the Omega, which I did not enjoy at all. I thought the sub-genre outside of fan-fiction just wasn’t for me, but since this book seemed to actually have some semblance of a plot and is written by an established romance writer, I decided to request a review copy. I enjoyed it more than I did my first round with the sub-genre, but I think …more
Karter Jenks is a first-year constable who’s still trying to prove himself to his superiors, so he isn’t looking for a mate right now. Soon, sure, but he also knows he has work to do change his alphahole tendencies around omega rights. The Kell Iverson trial opened his eyes to how cruelly some omegas are treated, …more
Worlds apart from pack life is city-shifter Kade Sinclair. With three rescue dogs, a busy job as a social worker and hours spent volunteering at the local animal shelter, he barely has time to think, let alone pursue a mate. Besides, no boyfriend has ever passed the three-dog litmus test.
Matthew’s life was… complicated. Having to fight to stay on top, falling in love, dealing with a drug smuggeling investigation and crazy suitors just made it a little more interesting. An Omegaverse AU with Prucan, UsUK, Gerita, Spamano, and one sided Franada, russiaxcanada and some others I’m forgetting right now. Rated because I’m paranoid it may go up.
As Adam’s body felt the effects of the poison, he looked up to the other man about to ask how long that purple stuff take effect when suddenly he gasped in pain as he watched in horror as his stomach grew not stopping until he looked like a full term pregnant woman. Yelling at what was happening, the other man explained the purple liquid was placing each of the barries into a egg for them to be birthed out of him.
“I dislike the whole concept of [A/B/O]. I mean, sure there are parallels to ways of life in the real world where there are alpha people who kind of have the power over others, but that’s because it’s in different cultures, not on a biological level. And my instinct tells me it’s so basically wrong that people/persons can be reduced to animalistic aspects like it’s drawn out in the omegaverse.” (Laura, female, straight, 18-25, Germany)
Dean felt his blood boil. It wasn’t even his demon side that was angry, it was his human side, one hundred percent. He couldn’t believe his brother kept that secret from him. The selfish bastard had a habit of keeping secrets but this one took the whole fucking cake.
Honestly, I really don’t know what to think about this book. First the title, Bound by the Fang. Nowhere in this book is there any mention about what “Bound by the Fang” would mean exactly or any hint to it. This might not bother anyone else, but for me…yeah. I need to know these things.
The reserve was known for rescuing a rare and valuable species called Floks that could be separated into four subtypes, much like humans have the male and female sexes but multiple genders. There were Alphas and Carriers, and those could each be split into two. Alphas had normal Alphas, and Chief Alphas. The Chiefs were the strongest and/or most handsome in the group. The reserve didn’t really run in such a way where there were Chiefs, but Georgina supposed if she had to pick out of the three Alphas they had, their red one with no group would be the Chief. The Carriers had a similar subtype, a Queen, or simply put, the Alpha of the group’s favorite Carrier.
“MPREG, it’s not really a huge squick, but sometimes I wish we didn’t have to go there. We could just have male Omegas because why not, none of it makes sense anyhow so there doesn’t have to be any logic in having Omegas who don’t get pregnant. What I dislike more than MPREG though is infantilizing or feminizing omegas way too much.” (M, female, currently 95% straight, with past same sex relationship, 25-30, Finland)
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single angel in possession of a healthy grace, must be in want of a mate. Unlike most angels Castiel was never too invested in the search for a mate. He knew his brother Balthazar was famous for conducting “extensive research” on the subject, but taking a mate just because it was expected of him wasn’t something Castiel was willing to do. So, he joined the ranks as a soldier and escalated quickly up the hierarchy of The Lord’s warriors. That is not to say that the idea repulsed him, quite the opposite. Castiel hoped to one day have a nest of his own, with a loving and caring mate and a flock of fledglings. As an Omega Angel he was given the gift to carry his own fledglings and dreamed of one day feeling the connection between him and his offsprings that many of the other omegas spoke of. Those dreams lost priority when he met the Winchesters.
The Syngnathidae family of fish has the unique characteristic of a highly derived form of male brood care referred to as “male pregnancy”. The family is highly diverse, containing around 300 different species of fish. Included in Syngnathidae are seahorses, the pipefish, and the weedy and leafy seadragons. The males of some of these species possess a brood pouch on the trunk or tail; in other species, the eggs are merely attached to the male’s trunk or tail when the female lays them. Although biologists’ definitions of pregnancy differ somewhat, all members of the family are considered by ichthyologists to display male pregnancy, even those without an external brood pouch.