“Mpreg Characterization Omegaverse Mangas”

To be fair this is one of the better m-pregs I’ve read. The sex scenes were decent and the characters, the actual male ones, were alright. But even with that, I still didn’t like it lol. Maybe I’ve been too warped by other m/m romances, and maybe due to the reviews, my expectations were too high, but this book just didn’t hit the mark for me. I doubt I’ll be reading part 2, Abel’s story.
When the lonely city boy and aspiring Alpha meet on OmegaDate, their connection is immediate and all-consuming. But Rocco can’t tell Kade exactly what he’s looking for without putting fatal pressure on their blossoming relationship—especially since Kade has made it clear that he would never dream of leaving his life in the city. And when sparks from Rocco’s past relationship ignite that powder-keg, there’s no way it won’t explode.
The problem turns out to be an unmated, nearly in-heat omega orphan who Dex and his husband rescued off the street last night. The even bigger problem is that Tarek feels the mating bond for this terrified omega immediately—and he’s pretty sure the omega feels it, too. But Braun hates alphas as a general rule, and no way is he giving in to the bond. All mating leads to is violence and suffering, so no thank you. But Tarek’s gentle kindness slips under Braun’s emotional shields, and Braun begins to want. To dream. All Braun has ever known is violent alphas, but Tarek is determined to make Braun trust him—and to trust in the idea of their happily ever after.
Moonblossom is a very well-known author in the BBC Sherlock fandom, and for good reason. The Pyrexia series is just one jewel in her crown of frankly incredible (and hot) fiction, and a perfect example of the genderfuck possibilities of the Omegaverse. In this series, John is intersexed – he is not an Alpha or an Omega but both at once. Sherlock doesn’t really care what John is, he just wants. This fic made me cry, but it’s also hot as hell, and moonblossom’s writing is a treat.
Braun is an unmated Omega in a world of Alphas, Betas and Omegas. Omegas are the lowest of the lowest, and it is totally alright to abuse an omega, since they’re worth nothing in the society A.M. Arthur created.
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Wyatt’s attempts at mending the pair’s friendship prove disastrous, and when he finally learns the truth about the night of the accident, Wyatt is forced to make an impossible decision that may end up placing his brother’s very life on the line.
If the conflict was supposed to be dealing with the other pack, well the author solved that conflict and then blindsided us at the end I guess for dramatic effect? I don’t even know. I was not only confused, but I was also asking, why? Absolutely nothing, aside from Jason’s heat, was resolved. The court hearings were very anticlimactic in a story that started with two men running for their lives. Idk what I expected. Death? *shrug* It certainly would have been more interesting.
…. So this one is a tad angsty in the beginning but don’t worry it doesn’t stay angsty for long. But oh my lord does it set Harry up to be the bad-ass, loving, protective, savior of the day that he is. Like damn this was just done so well. I fracking love this one, so hella romantic. (Mpreg! Draco)
In the case of missing or dead countries 11 Capitals must go back in time to stop the destruction of the world. Warnings: Includes 11 OC’s, Mentions of Mpreg (so slight you dont notice it unless its in a future chapter, Major Character death, Swearing, Human names used Dont like dont read
The raven haired male stood from the table, and Dionysus’ eyes lit up with hope that they would be leaving. The waitress left with their empty plates, and Noir knelt in front of Dionysus, his hands coming up to stroke the round sphere that tightened with another painful contraction. “I don’t know, seeing you squirming like this is just as pleasing as when I made you get pregnant.” He smirked slyly.
What this book lacks is an ENDING. Crumb, I hate that. I don’t care if we get set up for the next book, which I assume will be Kell’s story. I’d be a buyer and I am sure I will still be a buyer, even with my frustration with this one. Nothing wraps up in this book. Tarek and Braun’s relationship isn’t totally settled. Tarek still has problems to handle (not saying more in order to not spoil anything for other readers). I could understand if EVERYONE’s issues aren’t settled at the end of this, because they can continue into the next book. This just left me feeling unresolved and disappointed.
Jax Hollister is no stranger to shifter prejudice. After watching his older brother convicted of a crime he didn’t commit, it’s the entire reason he left his pack to become a shifter defense attorney in Capitol City. Jax loves his work, but there’s a gaping hole in his personal life. No longer content with merely defending shifters, he wants to find one he can love-an omega he can claim as his very own.
The extremely jealous alpha thinks his omega servant/bedmate is sneaking off to hook up with another lover.  When he finds out omega is basically working for (what the alpha considers to be) a subversive organization, he mostly shrugs it off with just a little warning to his wandering omega about potential dangers.
However it had all turned bad when said Chief detective began investigating the Italian mafia. And that’s how Bret had found himself face to face with the barrel of a gun as he finished showering one night last week. They’d taken him, only grabbing some underwear and pants, and had ruthlessly interrogated him, even though he was due any day.
Omegaverse is really a fascinating fandom invention. 50% of it is totally problematic and reinforcing a lot of fucked up patriarchal, rape culture values. The other 50% is some of the most insightful, subversive social commentary I’ve ever read on gender identity/gender roles/queer oppression.[10]
He nodded to register that he had heard. He resisted the urge to push and held his belly. He struggled to pant and his breaths came as small groans. His body and instincts were screaming at him to push. His anus felt like it was tearing with the width of the babies head. Heck, his whole lower body felt like it was being ripped apart.
Adam continued to push as he felt the other man holding his legs as far apart as they would go. Continuing to push, Adam felt the medium size egg slide out with the aid of the fluid that was around it. However, a few minutes hadn’t even passed before he felt the third one at his opening as a gush of fluid came out knowing that was the water around the egg.
This is a review of the series of books: Saved, Seen, and Heard, which should be read in order to savor this world. In this world being an omega is reminiscent of being a sexual trafficked person in our reality. You cannot help but fall in love with the omegas who are strong survivors and the men who save This series is about trying to change the world they live in and loving their omegas. I cried throughout this entire series for the horrific things that happened to the omegas and for the love, respect and joy they found. OUTSTANDING!!
Castiel held his hands in place for a moment, not even caring that Gabriel was holding Dean’s hand or that Michael was letting him drink his grace. Castiel had to focus on the child. He took a deep breath when he felt something move into his hands. He knew at once that it was the child.
Not sure how to describe this book for me I enjoyed it and have now downloaded many books of the Wolf Shifters Series and found each and everyone full of surprises and never ending surprises. The writer gets you into the story line to the point you feel you are in the story and can live and the life of an observer and friend who keeping your fingers crossed for the best for both characters.
“I’ll be sure to get her ready then” the voice keeps talking. It sounds familiar. You wonder who the man was talking to. Picking yourself up on the couch, you look over the head rest to see a man with odd purple hair talking on your cellphone.