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Naruto almost purred out loud at the sight of Akatora’s face, the man was handsome, and it was making his insides hot just watching the man eat. He was not insanely gorgeous like Kakashi, but more rough and manly.
Huffing, the alien narrowed his eyes at the male that was refusing to help him. When his contraction eased, though, he started to eat again, hoping that if he finished quickly, Noir would help him up so they could hurry back before the eggs came out. Of course, that proved to be difficult as Dionysus’ labor progressed after every couple minutes, then every minute until the egg had been pushed completely inside his anus and crowned in his pants.
Ahh, what a wonderful feeling, celebrating love! I really enjoyed this book! There is so much to it, it’s not just a romance. There are lessons about life to learn in this book, if you are open to it.
Both North and Alex just wanted to get out of the haunted house as quickly as possible, but with bellies swelling up from some unknown force and getting scared every turn they took, that wasn’t an easy task.
I loved Heard, book three in A.M. Arthur’s Breaking Free series. I loved Jax and Karter. And I loved the story. So…yeah I loved Heard! lol I loved Heard for all of the reasons I loved Seen: lovable guys, good writing, sweet/sexy/funny scenes, angst, and a great story. But I also loved Heard because some of my personal buttons were pushed. With Seen I could tell that the story was more personal to the author, it was a special baby so to speak. And I liked the story for all of the reasons I like any other A.M. Arthur story but it was a little special because you could tell it was special. So now there’s Heard and while it didn’t have that same “baby” aspect to it Seen did, it instead “did it for me” for other reasons.
Now let me see if I can properly do this book justice. Starting it I thought best case scenario I would enjoy it enough, and worse case I would have to find something else to review. But neither of those happened, because I not only enjoyed it, I flippin LOVED it. The world building this author created hooked me from the first page. It was so intriguing that I finished it in one sitting, yes me who wasn’t quite sure I would like mpreg book, read it in one day. And it’s not exactly a short book.
The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. Within the black-and-white striped canvas tents is an utterly unique experience full of breathtaking amazements. It is called Le Cirque des Rêves, and it is only open at night.
Second, these stories seem to be about omegas who are strong and strong minded, who need to prove they aren’t the stereotype of the traditional omega. Yet, in each story it’s the omega who sacrifices something of themselves at the end.
      The strange thing was that besides Becca, nobody seemed to notice or care about his rotundity. Life went on as normally as it ever had. Chris woke up every day feeling ecstatic, and everything seemed to go right for him.
I’ve tried plotting, and I’ve tried sitting down and start writing but found they were not for me. Every writer has their own writing technique. And what they prefer to write. If you’re wondering where I’m going with this, just give me a few minutes or seconds depending on how fast you read. Every fiction writer I know or have read their novels love romance. Romance is the central theme of their story, whether it’s gay or het fiction. But here is the difference. In het romance, a woman can get pregnant because it’s natural and it wouldn’t be looked at as weird. But when it comes to mpreg I notice some not all readers turn their nose up to it.
His cheeks flushed as he recalled how the conversation had come to an end. ‘I can’t believe I passed out,’ he thought to himself.  A gaze down at his body yielded the cause for his previous upset; his middle was just as large and round as it had been the night before.  As if realizing his focus was upon it, it bulged outwards slightly as it contents pushed out against its confines.
Matthew Bruner is a bear shifter destined for greatness. Or so that’s what he’s always been told. As the next in line to become alpha of his clan, Matthew’s days of singlehood are drawing to a close. Long since committed to a prearranged mating, Matthew finds himself feeling trapped and, worse, afraid. In a desperate attempt to prolong his freedom, Matthew flees his family’s ancestral home and heads to the nearest city. It’s there that he meets Ezra Tier, a tiger shifter with a bad streak the size of a mountain.
Alpha/Beta/Omega or Alpha/Omega (occasionally Alpha/Beta) is a kink trope wherein some or all people have defined biological roles based on a hierarchical system, with the terms originating from animal behaviour research. There may be werewolf, knotting, or other animalistic elements involved, or the characters may be otherwise purely human.
Review: All of the elements of a good, unlikely alpha/omega mpreg romance and an underlying supernatural, political plot were present, but the work was lacking in the execution and exposition of these creative story lines and characters. The book raced through developments, shortly describing major events and changes without compelling prose or developing feelings and revelations at an appropriate pace that would entice and draw the reader in. Basically, the story and character ideas and conflicts were very solid, but the execution within individual scenes was often overly quick and simplistic.
The relationships between the Alphas and the Omega were the most engaging parts of the book, generating some decent interest as well as a twist or two that I wasn’t quite expecting, but also occasionally left a bit to be desired. There were certainly some sweet and reassuring “rescue and comfort the Omega” scenes, but also some interesting conflicts, including some over-the-top reactions that made some sense and helped make this to be a bit more than a simplistic “rescued and then fated  to mate”story.
This book makes my heart break – the way omegas are treated in this world is especially brutal, some of the worst I think I have read in ABO romance, honestly. However, the romance between Braun and Tarek is some of the sweetest, sappiest, wonderful-est things I have read, and that did help offset the brutal world that omegas live in.
In what felt like the blink of an eye, Charlie saw the man’s ass slowly beginning to bulge outward. Slowly, a baby’s head began to emerge – Charlie suddenly realised, all these heavy men were pregnant! Through screaming and pushing, the baby finally fell into the arms of the older man. Charlie was shocked, and he felt horrified, but he looked down to see he had a raging erection, as did most of the men in the room. While the young man who had just given birth sat down to rest, the older man spotted Charlie.
Founder of the lifestyle website TheChicSite.com and CEO of her own media company, Chic Media, Rachel Hollis has created an online fan base of hundreds of thousands of fans by sharing tips for living a better life while fearlessly revealing the messiness of her own. Now comes her highly anticipated first book featuring her signature combination of honesty, humor, and direct, no-nonsense advice. Each chapter of Girl, Wash Your Face begins with a specific lie Hollis once believed that left her feeling overwhelmed, unworthy, or ready to give up.
Interesting take on the pregnancy element — as ridiculous as this is to say with this particular trope — this seems to be a realistic portrayal of the push/pull of expectations and firmly entrenched biases between two career people when one ends up pregnant. Change the omega to female and it might just capture what life can be like for some women.
Alpha werewolf Eli Hammond returns from a fishing trip to discover a nasty surprise – five members of his pack murdered and the rest missing. He needs help locating and rescuing his pack mates, but the supernatural council in Asheville, North Carolina, turns him away. Except for one man. As they work together, Eli is stunned – and not especially thrilled – to discover half-elf Arden Gilmarin is his destined mate. But as Arden and his friends struggle to help Eli in his quest, Eli surrenders to the demands of his body – and his heart.
What neither of them expected to happen when Micah arrived with the children, was to find their fated mate. Can these two men who have zero respect for each other find their way to somehow form a family together with the children that they both adore?
Billionaire shifter Aidan Carlisle rules his pack and his company with an iron fist. His wolf has never shown an interest in taking a mate, but when his estranged best friend suddenly reappears in his life, Aidan is filled with a fierce and inescapable longing… for another man.
Fetus in fetu, though not an actual pregnancy, is an extremely rare condition in which a mass of tissue resembling a fetus forms inside the body. This is a developmental abnormality in which a fertilized egg splits as if to form identical twins, but one half becomes enveloped by the other, and an entire living organ system with torso and limbs can develop inside the host.[23] The abnormality occurs in 1 in 500,000 live births in humans.[24]
    A nest is usually a place where an Omega can be comfortable, whether if he is in heat or just having a bad day. It can be a closet or a couch, a small room or a bed. It will usually be filled with soft things, the most smelling like his/her mate if they have one. It usually makes them feel comfortable in all times, even if they feel they are about to murder someone. With Omegas being the small fragile creatures they are, it can help them rest. As they get closer to their delivery date, they will most likely spend more and more time in their nest with their Alpha.