“Book Mpreg Desciption Of Alpha And Omega”

Jess reached in-between Jamie and felt his vagina, she could feel the baby’s head. Jess moved in front of Jamie, she could see the head crowning. Jamie felt the ring of fire, he put his hand on his vagina and pushed as hard as he could.
I highly enjoy shifter romances, so I was eager to read this book which centers around Lance and Ewan. The world building was great, and the characters were well detailed, although, I didn’t like Lance too much until the end of the story. Some things were glossed over, but that’s okay, I just wish that the two main characters would have truly communicated better. It’s a fast paced tale (which I do like), with a happy ending, and no cliffhangers. =)
But cruel fate has other plans, and Jax and Kris find themselves pitted against one another in a professional-and emotional-battle that neither one is prepared to withstand. And when it becomes clear that there’s more at stake than just their careers, the anger and passion that threatens to consume them may end up changing the course of their professional and personal lives forever.
He squirmed for several minutes until another contraction came and he stopped in his struggling to hold his belly and breathe through it. He winced and closed his eyes, chewing his lip as he felt the same egg inch down further to his anus. “I need to get home Noir…!” He mewled, looking up to see the poltergeist having finished his meal.
The one thing that stands out the most is the amazing world Leta Blake has created. It’s a dystopian-like society with very strict rules. What really impressed me was that the author took the time to think of the effects of male pregnancy. In fact, a lot of the storyline is in regards to the biology of humans with a wolf-like mentality. The reader is not left taking things as a fact but given the reasons.
“Dumb…thing… Making me…go through…so much pain…” He couldn’t bring himself to be mad. It wasn’t the baby’s fault that labor was a painful process. It was more so his own fault than anything for not taking maternity leave when he should have and scheduling a c-section. “I’m so taking my maternity leave now…” He’d be off balance, out of stamina, and sore for a long time. And then he’d actually have to raise the kid while trying to get back to normal.
“You know what? You are right!” Dean turned away and made way to his room. “Do whatever the fuck you want. See if I care!” A little later a door slammed and Sam turned to Castiel. The angel’s eyes seemed watery but his lips were thinned in anger.
“Could be a number of reasons, it’s his first child. Generally speaking, first time labor takes longer. Also, Sam maybe a carrier but he’s very…manly, so to speak. He’s pelvis is shaped much closer to a man’s than a woman’s. Don’t worry though, both Sam and the baby are alright and he’s dilated eight centimeter now so there’s that.”
As a freak storm boils across the whispering grasslands, wildfires aren’t the only thing that heat up. Kyle finds himself working with Jake to save the lives of those he cares about most. Can he trust his former friend? More importantly, can he trust himself around the hunky firefighter in the sweltering heat of the night? Will venturing into the wilderness finally ignite this Alpha and Omega’s long-burning desire for one another?
But, when Scott discovers that X-Tec is actually studying alien life forms in a secret, underground laboratory, his verbally abusive father becomes the least of his worries. And when he finds himself assigned to the most dangerous alien in their captivity—an inescapably sexy shape-shifting dragon—Scott begins to question a lot more than his chosen career path, including his very life on Earth.
Thirty-five-year-old Kate Bowler was a professor at the school of divinity at Duke, and had finally had a baby with her childhood sweetheart after years of trying, when she began to feel jabbing pains in her stomach. She lost 30 pounds, chugged antacid, and visited doctors for three months before was finally diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer. As she navigates the aftermath of her diagnosis, Kate pulls the listener deeply into her life, which is populated with a colorful, often hilarious collection of friends, pastors, parents, and doctors.
Regardless of his sadly lacking social circle, Stiles was going to have to get some physical contact or he was going to explode. Seriously. It’d be messy and Derek would probably become even more emotionally constipated having to clean up little bits of Stiles from his pristine walls and furniture.