“Gay Paranormal Mpreg Knotting Fanfics And Stories”

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?
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single angel in possession of a healthy grace, must be in want of a mate. Unlike most angels Castiel was never too invested in the search for a mate. He knew his brother Balthazar was famous for conducting “extensive research” on the subject, but taking a mate just because it was expected of him wasn’t something Castiel was willing to do. So, he joined the ranks as a soldier and escalated quickly up the hierarchy of The Lord’s warriors. That is not to say that the idea repulsed him, quite the opposite. Castiel hoped to one day have a nest of his own, with a loving and caring mate and a flock of fledglings. As an Omega Angel he was given the gift to carry his own fledglings and dreamed of one day feeling the connection between him and his offsprings that many of the other omegas spoke of. Those dreams lost priority when he met the Winchesters.
Loved this book. The two main characters have featured in the first 3 books and it was great to read how they reached their HEA. Sergey Freel , a beta, desperately afraid of and scarred by alphas has built brick walls around his heart, but he didnt count on Dex, another beta, and his persistance to win Serges affection and love…, another great installment to this series, looking forward to the next one
Late for his family’s Christmas dinner, Omega rabbit Noam has no choice but to pass through the dreaded Blackstone Mountain. But it turns out that the rumors of the mountain are true… Now, what’s a bunny to do when he finds himself trapped inside the wolf’s den?
Late Halloween, and North and Alex were moving through a haunted house both ended up regretting going into. At first it hadn’t been so bad, scary as things jumped out at them and screamed bloody murder but they had been doing fine. (North more so than Alex, anyway) But then things got weird and it just went from there.
So now back to your actual ask (sorry for rambling), yeah I feel like Keith would only stop to think about it after/near the end of the war.  Like maybe the rest of Team Voltron is talking about how excited they are to go home and see their families again, and Keith starts thinking and like, he’s never had a big family – he’s barely even had an everyone-on-the-same-planet-at-the-same-point-in-time family – and maybe he finds himself wanting one.  I can see him being serious about settling down with Shiro, and they probably keep doing how they do, ya know, and then one morning…
His long coat did well about covering the two lumps where the eggs were stuck inside his pants, but it was getting harder to hide the slimy purple goo that had soaked through his pants and was running down his legs, soaking through his pant legs the more he pushed.
This is a hard world for Omegas and to a lesser extent the betas, but I loved getting to visit it through AM Arthur’s writing. I cannot wait for book #2. It’s about Braun’s brother who’s been through the most horrific three years of his life. I imagine his book is going to be incredibly emotional. I cannot wait.
Alan Ashby is basically the outcast of his school, Alawys being targeted for who he is. Little does the ginger know that he is deeply admired by someone, this someone is the one and only Austin Carlile. ~This may contain mpreg (male pregnancy) so if you don’t like it. Don’t bother reading. …
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.
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 …
The trope spread rapidly beyond SPN and J2, and by 2013 A/B/O was so saturated within fandom culture that Kristina Busse included the essay “Pon Farr, Mpreg, and the rise of the Omegaverse” in Anne Jamison’s fanfiction academic anthology, Fic: Why Fanfiction Is Taking Over the World.
“Sam, I have to check—Sam? How, How far along…? You’re with child?” Dean did a mental double take, thinking he had heard wrong. A child, Sam, what? Of all the things he thought that was wrong with Sam, pregnancy wasn’t even on that list. Dean suddenly felt jealousy flare through his body, up his spine and spilling out of his mouth.
After a bout of ill health his father seems ready to pass the torch at any moment. Unfortunately, the timing couldn’t be any worse. Rocco has only just decided that he needs to part ways with his current boyfriend Skye, but he’s going to need a mate in order for the pack to accept him fully as Alpha—not to mention fend off evil rival Jarvis’ challenge to his status.
* baby is more important than the mental or physical wellbeing of omega. Everyone refused to consider abortion even with omega’s previous history showing it was risky physically and damaging emotionally. They thought a full hysterectomy to save his life needed to be discussed and approved, and that done while he’s there bleeding out. Asking him if he wanted it was an afterthought and only done to placate, regardless that the only other option was death.
I love this book and I hope and pray there is a sequel, because there was no ending. The characters Shea and Zayne has to be reunited and as for The beta Richie, is selfish, delusional and I really don’t know where the story will end for him. But I know Erin Wilder cannot leave this book without a sequel. I am following this author to make sure i do not miss the final chapter that i know is coming..”my fingers are crossed!”
All this information is based off of fics we have read and stuff I (Mod Purp) looked up. As you can see, a lot of Omegaverse fics are up to what the author feels they like. A lot of it can be played around with. Hopefully this helps you with wanting to write an Omegaverse fic. Also, we would love to read your fic whenever you finish it if that is okay :3c
If England had yearbooks, I’d probably be “Arden St. Ives: Man Least Likely to Set the World on Fire.” I’ve no idea what I’m doing at Oxford and, until a week ago, I had no idea who Caspian Hart was. Turns out, he’s brilliant, beautiful…oh yeah, and a billionaire. It’s impossible not to be captivated by someone like that. But Caspian Hart makes his own rules. And he has a lot of them. About when I can be with him. What I can do with him. And when he’ll be through with me. But now that Caspian’s shown me glimpses of the man behind the billionaire I know it’s him I want.
Dean said nothing and sat behind Sam. Even though Dean was a demon at the moment (though Dean didn’t feel even an ounce of it in his body at the moment) Sam relaxed into Dean’s embrace. Well, as relaxed as one could be with having to push out a live human being.
Atlantis Resort and Research Center where you can see all types of aquatic animals including- what? Mermaids and Mermen, a species recently discovered, that of course must be placed in tanks for “research” and most definitely not for profit and entertainment. What happens when they just so happen to get the Princes of the sea? How long will they stay? Why do they not mind their so called trainers all that much?
AM Arthur writing paranormal? I had no idea what to expect. I knew I enjoyed this author’s contemporary, but would that flow over into another style genre. Whew…it did! I really enjoyed this book and am literally counting down the days until I can get my hands on book number two.
Now to prove his brain wrong he sat waiting for his cell to tell him that the five minutes wait period is over. As if on cue his cell rang saying time was up. He grabbed the test in shaking hands. He flipped it over with closed eyes. He opened his eyes and looked at the Positive looking back at him. He scowled at
It was cold out tonight. A cool freeze brushed passed me as I starred out at the frozen lake. I placed a hand on my swollen stomach and softly sighed. I was a week over my due date. It was unhealthy to be stuck in my home though, waiting for the big moment to happen. But I guess baby comes, when baby comes. Plus, I love it out here at night and I needed the fresh air. I looked at my watch and saw it was half eleven.
The street was unnaturally packed today as Ikki Nomura walked through the crowd with a bag of groceries. Adjusting his glasses, he huffed and pushed his way through to see what was up with all the hustle and bustle that had suddenly up in the town. It’s a lively town here but this is ridiculous. He thought with a snort.
What is the nature of space and time? How do we fit within the universe? How does the universe fit within us? There’s no better guide through these mind-expanding questions than acclaimed astrophysicist and best-selling author Neil deGrasse Tyson. But today, few of us have time to contemplate the cosmos. So Tyson brings the universe down to Earth succinctly and clearly, with sparkling wit, in digestible chapters consumable anytime and anywhere in your busy day.
The Dairy Farm-Chapter 1 mpregGrowing up on a dairy farm was no party to say the least, especially with the fact that my father would leave for months at a time on what he called “business trips.” This would leave my mother running the farm and taking care of 4 kids, me (Jeremy) being the oldest. When my father was home, he always drilled into his kids, especially me, that we would one day have to take over the farm. He was always giving us lessons in milking the cows, feeding them, and, what I thought was the worst of all, cleaning up after them. He never got far into the topic of breeding the cows, which was necessary for them to produce milk. I didn’t ask usually because I was totally zoned out by the time we reached the topic of milking.