“Bearly Paranormal Mpreg Paranormal Mpreg Fiction”

if you’re cis and you enjoy this interest, please be mindful of how you enjoy it, and what you enjoy about it. be proactive about your interest in kinks! look into exactly what you appreciate about something, and what a specific notion of it truly means to you if you are legitimately upset that people tell you its offensive to you! by being apathetic in your consumption of porn, you are adding to the notion that all porn is inherently toxic, and all kinks like mpreg are inherently transphobic. if you enjoy my art, you should know that i do not want you to enjoy it as an apathetic consumer. i draw these things for me and people like me, for those of us who want porn that doesn’t play into cissexism[7]
Karter and Jax’s story was so unique. In this third book of the series, the Omegas have continued momentum to obtain equal rights in this Alpha’s world. Karter’s views on Omegas are changing as he finds his mate. A twist, there is an unusual age difference (Omegas usually mate very young) between them and Jax has been mated before.
Saved is my first venture into an omegaverse story where mpreg wasn’t the result of the paranormal. I’ve always been a fan of alpha/beta/omega dynamics, but primarily in a paranormal setting so this story was new territory for me. Regardless if this is your first time reading this type of story or not, one thing you’ll want to be aware of from the start—this is the first book in a series, and there is not full resolution at the end of the story. BUT…the author does an excellent job of drawing yo …more
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Soren’s mother has one wish – for virgin Soren to be picked up as a war-camp bride by one of the Generals. Except Soren’s virginity is up for bids at the whorehouse, and he seems to already be falling for a masked stranger.
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.
PLOT TWIST! Ciel was impregnated by Sebastian,and Sebastian was impregnated by Grell. My mind is crazy at 2 in the morning. Before I get MORE Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler fans hounding me,I would like to make it ABSOLUTELY CLEAR that this was in NO way intended to portray the characters PERFECTLY. As in my last Kuro fan fic,The characters were made to my own ideals and what me,myself and I want. If you don’t like my ideas,Please leave your bad comments at the door and go elsewhere. Thank you!
Spy lowered himself down onto his bed, making sure not to punish his aching back too much. Having cleaned and organized his room, everything was in order and to his satisfaction.  As he sat, he felt another slight twinge in his lower back. He proceeded to rub the spot then got out a book and started reading. He had a desk chair, but it wasn’t very comfy. Hardly anything was for him these days. Spy rested his arms on his protruding abdomen, feeling the fetus inside squirm slightly. He was in his final month of pregnancy. 
The trope originated in Supernatural fandom with a few very specific AU kink meme prompts for the J2 RPF ship. The first one[2] was in May 2010 and has also been identified as the culprit responsible for the popularity of knotting in SPN fandom:
Overall, it was a sweet and explicit omegaverse story with enough plot and relationship tension to keep things interesting in addition to two heated and sizzling encounters.  There was certainly a bit of manufactured feel (falling in love in 2 weeks), but elements adding to the tension (a beta friend who was not a girlfriend) and interesting if underdeveloped supporting characters (former wife, protective alpha friend, meddling sister, and sweet daughter) helped give the quick novel life beyond the sizzled. Some setting information, especially regarding the usually ignored role of betas in an Alpha/Beta/Omega omegaverse was a nice touch.  Also, I’m not always appreciative of Alpha violence and protective instincts, but I was pretty pumped when Thomas goes a little alpha in support of a non-alpha.
In a tribe of stallion shifters, Alvarr is smaller and more delicate than the rest of the herd. But he is also a rare stallion mage, a male horse shifter who can perform magic – a talent only found in mare shifters. The other herd members mistrust…
Next up I have a re-release of Guarding My Heart. It’s about a rich kid who has had his heart broken and the bodyguard who comes to watch over him when there are some threats against him. It’s fascinating to me how differently I write now. I’ve added a ton of new words and completely changed the ending of the book to give the readers MORE!!! That was one criticism of the book originally, that it ended too abruptly. I did that a lot more when I was a new author.
NancyRichFoster: This second book of the Anmah Series was as awesome as the first story, I disagree with spare runner. The names were ordinary names with different spellings, which I for one loved. I am now going to read the third book in this amazingly awesome story!
“I’m transgender and mpreg creates a space where we can challenge only women being able to be pregnant in stories. While it’s not often that the characters are trans men (more often or not it’s supernatural reasons like magic or a/b/o biology etc), it does still challenge cisnormative assumptions that it’s only women who can get pregnant. So that’s cool.” -Anonymous
Dean gasped and ground his teeth so hard he swore they were going to crack apart. The little comfort he had disappeared when Castiel moved his hand. Dean let out a whimper from the loss but another hand suddenly filled the space and he didn’t care whose it was. He grasped the hand as tight as he could, trying to focus on that instead of the searing agony in his gut. He then felt something soft slide between his teeth and he knew it was wings but he didn’t care whose they were. He bit down as hard as he could, letting the grace soothe the pain slightly. He could feel the creature in him becoming distant from his soul, which was now starting to have a cold, empty feel to it.
There was no blood in the water, so he hadn’t just had a miscarriage, but the feeling of the pain that had just happened wasn’t normal and it scared the new parent. Pumping his tail, he swam upward. Perhaps he needed to lay back with his legs up, and there was a tiny patch of rocks near where he was that would do the job.
As the gentle omega of his pack, Jesse has always felt content and in harmony with the peaceful surroundings of Sunset Valley—the soft, smooth sand dunes, monolithic purple mountains and cozy clusters of trees, all nestled under a canopy of indigo sky filled with endless sparkling stars.
I just knew this book was going to be just, like the first two. But oh no. I get to 93% of the book and the tears kicked in. I hurt for Jax but most of all I loved his strength. Karter surprised me in the best way. Karter’s father upset me but the man redeemed himself in the best way. Wow! I love this series and I’m looking forward to the next book.
3.5 stars for me. I just felt this was more or less a one sided relationship. I understand Jax went through hell being held hostage and forced to do what he had to for him and his baby to survive but I just didn’t feel the pull from him for his mate Karter until maybe the very end. It just seemed that their roles were reversed as well, Karter was always emotional and apologetic and wishy washy which was odd for an officer of the law (he was trying to be less of a dominate alpha) and Jax was not …more