“I Love Mpreg Central Kink Knotting”

Another contraction started. Spy began to pant before bearing down hard again. Medic, who’d been looking for any signs that the baby was emerging, noticed a crown with a thin coat of dark hair start to make an appearance.
Though mpreg may vary, there’s a something called the omegaverse which explains the laws of who mpregs who. Basically, men can be alphas, betas, or omegas. Omegas can be impregnated by alphas and sometimes betas. Women are part of the omegaverse, and female alphas have penises. Also it’s kind more like dog sex or wolf sex with “knotting” and stuff.
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.
The poltergeist shrugged and chuckled, kissing Dionysus’ forehead after moving his bangs to the side. “Oh, we’ll think of something. For now, why don’t we work on another batch?” He grinned wickedly, his hand dropping between the alien’s legs.
Jump up ^ Wilson, A. B.; I. Ahnesjo; A. Vincent; A. Meyer (2003). “The dynamics of male brooding, mating patterns, and sex roles in pipefishes and seahorses (family syngnathidae)”. Evolution. 57 (6): 1374–1386. doi:10.1111/j.0014-3820.2003.tb00345.x. PMID 12894945.
Stopping behind an empty booth, the alien grasped the back of the seat with a gasp and lowered into a half squat again, bearing down with the contraction. The egg crowned in his anus but the first two were preventing it from going any further. His pants were too tight as well, incapable of fitting another egg into them until he removed them; and he couldn’t do that in the middle of the restaurant.
What was up with the pov change? I get it. First person restricts the world building and story telling, but if you have a story where things need to be explained and actions are happening simultaneously you need third pov. And honestly it wasn’t all that necessary. The world building wasn’t extensive here. She writes Macs pov in restricted third so she might as well have just wrote it in first. The pov change was jarring and unnecessary to the story in my opinion. Which brings me to my next question:
The poltergeist chuckled and pulled up the strained shirt to see the round sphere full of eggs. He rather enjoyed “playing” with the alien, and this being his first time giving birth, the black haired male was going to enjoy it far more than Dionysus ever would; especially when Noir didn’t plan on playing nice.
As Mark and Zeke’s forbidden romance buds, an old and dangerous enemy rears his head once more, threatening to destroy everything they’ve come to hold dear. When flight no longer remains an option, Mark and Zeke must fight back or lose each other forever. Can they overcome a force that would see them dragged into eternal dismay, or will they have to face a harsh truth and realize that sometimes romances should remain forbidden?
“Stop your complaining, and take a look at what they have on the menu.” Noir smirked, his telekinesis sitting up the menu and putting it within Dionysus’ reach. “I think all your complaints and discomforts will be forgotten soon enough.” He cooed, reaching over the table to rub the taut round bulge of the alien’s gravid belly.
I hadn’t heard a narration by Gus Klondike before but he was an excellent choice. He did a great job adding in emotion and differentiating the voices. I really enjoyed this narration and thought it was a great way to experience this book.
The story did not deliver quite as much as I would have preferred, as some of the “world/setting” reveal was rather bland, and the overarching background plot (a Triad+Omega sent by an exiled/almost powerless goddess) was too huge to be acceptable. This mega-story certainly is intriguing, but it came across as a bit too blasé for me. (I guess I expect a long, detailed and provocative exploration for such an epic storyline.) Still, this level of drama separates this work from others that are a bit more “mundane” in their treatment of Werewolf-human interaction.
The pain returned for the fourth time, and this time he tossed his head back and cried out; a hot, rush of fluids gushing out of both his vagina and anus all at once. It was hot against his cooled skin. He panted and gasped as he struggled to back up, seeing the fluids being washed off where he lay from the waves lapping at the edges.
”I..I need to..I need to PUUUUUUSHHH!” Sebastian screams out before taking his knees in his hands and bearing down hard,Not even worried about his trousers and undergarments. Grell holds his hand tightly as he pushes,Trying his best to comfort him. Sebastian lets out a pained moan and arches his back,Lashing out at Grell as he begins to feel the ring of fire.
The newly adapted sensitivity to smell did not exclusively pertain to alpha males. Omega females also attained a heightened ability to smell, however they utilized their ability in a different manner. Instead of marking territory or sensing intruders, omega females would search for the scent of a viable mate. They would search for the distinct smell of fertility and dominance so greatly prized by early human beings. This increased the number of successful fertilizations during mating. However, omega females also began to be pickier about their mates. Instead of falling to their knees for any alpha that could satisfy their needs during their heat, they began to scope out their choices and would pick the strongest, and most beautiful alpha they could. In strict contrast with their ancestors, the omega females no longer battled one another for the right to have an alpha male. Instead they were the ones who needed to be impressed.
Normally, I find shifter mpreg to be overly sweet as well as racing through key developments. This author adds more exposition, although occasionally it feels a bit like trudging through. Of course, there are the requisition sizzling scenes, and they are interspersed throughout (and they generally don’t dominate and/or interrupt the story/action/relationship as much as the explicit heat often does in mpreg romances.)
One Direction/Union J RPF: Genesis by aimmyarrowshigh – Harry Styles/George Shelley fic exploring the effect of A/B/O dynamics on Western religion and subsequently on culture. A/B/O status is a heavy metaphor for misogyny and sexism. (2013-2014 WIP)
Six years ago, Noah Wheeler went to meet his boyfriend, Dante Cerreto, at the airport, and his world ended. Dante was kissing someone else and claimed to be in love. So Noah took his heartbreak and closed the door on the big picture of what he thought his life would be, focusing instead on the piece of the dream he got to keep, being a father. Six years later, Dante wants to make up for lost time, but he’s going to have to take a crash course in communication and seduction. Noah’s not going to fall in love just to be broken again.
Sebastian was doing his regular nightly duties when all of a sudden he a got sharp pain in his side. He gasped in pain but just ignored it and went back to his duties. After a while, it was morning and Sebastian’s pains went from bad to worse, but Sebastian just thought he was coming down with some demon sickness so he went to Ciel’s room to wake him up.
Six months ago, spirited wolf-shifter Jake Marley walked out on his business partner and lover, Eben, vowing he’d never return. But everything changes when his pack turns on him, and the only person who can protect him is his former mate. Jake can’t afford to let his pride get the best of him, since it’s not only his life that’s in danger—the life of his unborn child is at stake too.
Rocco is an alpha raised and living in the wild who has a dire need for a mate ASAP. Kade is an omega city living wolf who was raised by humans. Each of these wolves have a need and longing for love in their lives but haven’t had any luck finding so far. Rocco has to deal with pack politics as his father lays dying. Kade is an overworked, stressed wolf trying to make a difference for shifters living in the city. Both of these men feel an instant connection to the other but Rocco’s pack issues threaten to tear the men apart.
The pain was starting to leave Dean but also the warmth was and Dean felt strangely empty. He licked his lips as his eyes set on Castiel, who was practically sitting on Dean’s legs, his hands slowly pulling out of the bright, shining stomach.
Niso nodded, picking the baby up and out of the water quickly. “Breathe Francis…” He mumbled, getting out to get a towel and dry the baby. After he wrapped it in a fresh one, looking at Francis. “Are you feeling any better?” Niso mumbled, laying the baby down with its sibling then climbing back in the tub, frowning at the younger male.
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.