Title: His Taken Omega (Mountain Shifters #11) Author: L.C. Davis Publisher: Self-Published Release Date: December 3, 2017 Genre(s): M/M shifter, Mpreg, contemporary romance Length: Length: 70 000 words/260 pages Blurb: Nicholas wants nothing to do with omegas, and Avery has already signed a contract binding him to another Alpha. Fate has other plans for them both. As the omega spokesman for the infamous Futurus Initiative, Avery Callahan is a…
His lips twitched into a smile, though. It was worth it, -and he’d do it again- because inside his little was the only reason he’d ever cut back in smoking willingly. He hummed and ran a hand through his long red hair. Think it’s time I cut it again, before the baby’s born… He smiled fondly.
A star-crossed Omega holds the key to defeating the Conquest… When Rozel crash-landed in the tiny town of Roston, he was looking for a respite from the horrors he faced at the hands of the Conquest. He didn’t bargain on being thrust into the middle of an intergalactic war.
Everything is going fine for Dr. Jensen Ackles, a successful 3rd-year resident in obstetrics and gynecology at Grace’s Heart hospital in San Francisco. But when a 22-year-old art student shows up at claiming he’s pregnant, Jensen is completely certain he’s crazy. After a bunch of tests, a sonogram and a bizarre story about having invoked the wrath of a ram-headed Egyptian fertility god, it turns out that Jared Padalecki isn’t joking: he really did get knocked up! And when Jared insists on having an OB-GYN of his own gender, Jensen’s long stretch of successfully not falling for one of his patients is finally at an end.
The trope originated in Supernatural fandom with a few very specific AU kink meme prompts for the J2 RPF ship. The first one was in May 2010 and has also been identified as the culprit responsible for the popularity of knotting in SPN fandom:
I awoke that morning feeling Braxton Hicks contractions in my belly but decided to just shrug it off for now. I was sure they’d stop once I had some food. I climbed out of bed as Brian continued to snore softly beside me and waddled to the bathroom to relieve myself. I was just getting ready to sit down so I could go when I felt a pop and water rushed down my legs soaking the bath mat.
I know I’ve read other great ones, but fuck if I can remember what they were or how to find them, or if they were actually any good to begin with. Hopefully someone else comes along with some more for you.
Soooo the semi-happy one is with Prompto’s water breaking in the middle of the night while he and Noct are sleeping. Prom knows right away what is happening and tries to wake Noct up but he doesn’t budge whatsoever. So he spends at least 20 minutes trying to wake him up. Noct feels the wetness in the bed and wakes up to complain about “Prompto wetting the bed” but he justs get a very angry Prompto yelling at him.
“The possibility that bodies aren’t bound by the conceptions of gender and sexuality that society rigidly thrusts upon us. That somewhere there is an extraterrestrial civilization or another dimension or whatever magical creature that effortlessly destroys the gender binary.” -Lina
Dean knew it was going to hurt and he didn’t want to hurt the child. He turned his eyes to the other archangels in the room for help and all three of them instantly straightened out to take the child.
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Three hours into the labor and Sam was barely two centimeters dilated. Every time Sam had a contraction Dean could feel Sam’s belly harden. Sam would groan, yell, cry and moan from the pain. By the looks of it, it was going to continue for a while.
Betas are subordinate to Alphas and may or may not be able to impregnate Omegas; in some fanworks Betas aren’t present and the trope is known as Alpha/Omega, in others they take the role and functions of Omegas and Omegas aren’t present. Betas are often presented as having “normal” human anatomy with none of the special attributes of Alphas or Omegas.
“NNNGhh..” Francis felt himself opening more and more, his skin stretching over the baby’s head and he panted haggardly as it slipped out further than before. Suddenly the burning became unbearable and he felt his anal muscles recoil while his inner sphincter wrapped tightly around the baby’s neck. Tears sprang unbidden to his eyes and he squeezed Niso’s hand.
I really enjoyed and loved reading this wonderful book it was so lovely written. I loved the relationship between Nitro and Peter. I loved that they got their happy ending and their happy little family at the end too. I loved the twists and turns and the edge of the seat action too. I loved everything about this lovely book. I will recommend this book to everybody I know and to all my friends too. 👏
I love Omegaverse stories. In Saved, you can really feel the attraction and mating bond between Braun and Tarek. I absolutely fell in love with their relationship and the way it goes against the ‘norm’ of the Omegaverse society.
Sonic sighed as he entered his apartment. He closed the door behind him. He was living in the bad side of Knothole. Not only that, he just found out he’s pregnant. He also was kicked out the team before that.
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 🙂
Danny and Brie were an odd couple. For one thing, Brie was tough and serious, yet also sweet on the inside. Danny could be easily mistaken for a lesbian. He had a bowl-shaped boyish haircut and a very feminine face. He wasn’t muscular at all and had very narrow shoulders like a girl. But Brie had the most unusual attribute, for she was a witch, and had the power to switch one’s gender or sex role. That is, she could take the genitals of a boy and a girl and switch them. In this scenario, the girl would be on top during sex.
Kit just got busted. His family found the dragon-shifter dating app on his phone, and now they’re insisting that he get counseling, saying his attraction is unnatural. But when a dragon saves him from a near-fatal accident, and he finds himself wrapped in the shifter’s arms, he realizes there is no other place he would rather be.
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