Bo has a lot to teach Ryker–in out and of the bedroom. But Ryker’s hiding something—something that just might destroy everything these two rugged men have built. Can Bo help Ryker reconcile his past for a chance at a family and future together?
[fancypost bgcolor=; border: 0px; width: 500px; color: black; font-family: Georgia; font-size: 7pt;][hr][justify]Ciel grunted, landing on his hands and knees. He groaned and got up. He shook it off, like it didn’t happen. Ciel got ready to take his shower, hoping that Claude wouldn’t try to come in and rape him again.[/fancypost]
Thematically, pregnancy can be similar to the issues of parasitism and gender. Some science fiction writers have picked up on these issues, in “cross-gender” themes—e.g., Octavia E. Butler’s Bloodchild and Other Stories.[clarification needed] Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel The Left Hand of Darkness contains the sentence “The king was pregnant”, and explores a society in which pregnancy can be experienced by anyone, since individuals are not sexually differentiated during most of their life and can become capable of inseminating or gestating at different times. Lois McMaster Bujold’s Ethan of Athos features an all-male society in which men use artificial wombs, but experience many of the psychological effects of pregnancy (anticipation, anxiety, etc.). In Marge Piercy’s feminist utopian novel Woman on the Edge of Time, neither men nor women get pregnant, leaving that to artificial wombs, but both sexes may lactate and nurse the infant; the specifically female experiences of pregnancy and nursing were opened to men in the cause of gender equality.
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“These are going to help you give birth faster. It’ll be a lot more painful, but it’ll make the eggs come out quickly. Do you want it?” Joel presented the tablets to the laboring man who was in the midst of a strong contraction.
The egg slipped free and Joel caught it and the moment he put it down, a gush of fluids exited from the man and he was soon groaning and clutching at his still hugely pregnant belly again, trying to push the rest of the 20-odd eggs out. It was close to dusk and Joel contemplated going to sleep to leave the man to give birth to the eggs alone. After all, he had a long day tomorrow, trying to find other people who ate from the ‘poisoned-berry’ bush.
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.
His omega must have tuckered himself out building this thing. Honestly, Jack was a bit surprised that Rhys had even had the energy to make a brand new nest, much less one this elaborate. The omega was nearly two weeks overdue and spent the majority of his days either napping or complaining about aches in his hips or the constant movement of the baby that was quickly running out of room in his womb. They had already gone to the doctor to see if something was up, but she had assured both that being a little bit overdue wasn’t a big deal, and there was no need to try to medically induce the omega’s labor yet.
The novel starts as a typical first person. Jason riddles off pointless details about himself, and then we’re thrown into his on the run lifestyle with his father, which brings me to my first issue. The telling. Huge problem in this book is the telling. We’re told Jason is nurturing, we’re told about his heats, we’re told he’s afraid, we’re told, through Mac’s pov that he’s traumatized. Meanwhile I’m waiting to be shown this world of shifters and the enclave which is actually interesting. Eventually we’re shown these things with minute detail, but it would have been so much sexier to see Jason writhing in his bed, tossing and turning from the heat pulsating though him, to make us feel his need!
Alpha anger barrier began Beta blocks body breath chair chest cock couldn’t crafters don’t want door Drocco asked Drocco exhaled Drocco growled Drocco looked Drocco nodded Drocco stood Drocco turned Eastern Lands Eiros Emperor Drocco epic fantasy everything eyes narrowed face feel fingers floor frowned fuck glanced glared going goosebumps grabbed hadn’t hair hand Haze head keeper hips Imperial Majesty instincts isn’t King Malloron King of Ashens kiss kitten knew knot leaned legs lifted lips Lox Empire magic mind Miss Lefroy moaned Mother Azia mouth moved neck nest never Omega orgasm pain Palace parchment pheromones pleasure portal pressed pulled purr pussy realized Records Keep research room scent seemed slick slowly smile snapped spell stood stopped sure Talent Talent-crafters tell things thought told took Torin nodded tortured true mate trying Vamore voice wait wall warriors wasn’t watched you’re
He always knew his fate would be to mate an Alpha… He just never expected this Alpha… When his Alpha offers him as a 30th birthday present to another Alpha, Elias cannot say no. Not even when he finds out that the Alpha in question is the ruthless Graydon Hunter. How could Elias possibly mate with a cold-blooded killer such as him…?
Reaching down between his legs, Ferris felt his baby’s wet head. “I’m trying…” He panted, once more grabbing ahold of his legs and spreading them even wider to make room. With another contraction the merman bore down hard, groaning as he felt the shoulders bulge his vagina as his body tried to push them out at the same time.
Sam said yes to Lucifer and is now King of Hell. Dean, in an effort to save his brother, made a deal with the angels, which hid him from Sam – for a year. That time is up and Dean is not closer to finding a cure. Sam still wants his brother as much as he ever did. Only now he’s mad: Dean needs to be shown his place, and Sam is more than willing to do that.
Third, as much as I rooted for Colin to stand up for himself in this story, I found myself taking sides with Ed a lot. Sure, Ed may not have been good at expressing himself, but Colin also did things he shouldn’t have done.