“Mpreg Fiction Author Notes I Love Mpreg”

Alfred knew what he would call his daughter as soon as he looked at her “Hello my little Amelia. Welcome to this world. First things first. You need to be fed.” Alfred pulled down his shirt and Amelia latched into his nipple immediately. As soon as she had her fill and was burped Matthew wrapped her up and brought Amelia and Alfred home where a very worried Ivan was waiting excitedly for his wife and baby girl.

Everything is going fine for Dr. Jensen Ackles, a successful 3rd-year resident in obstetrics and gynecology at Grace’s Heart hospital in San Francisco. But when a 22-year-old art student shows up at claiming he’s pregnant, Jensen is completely certain he’s crazy. After a bunch of tests, a sonogram and a bizarre story about having invoked the wrath of a ram-headed Egyptian fertility god, it turns out that Jared Padalecki isn’t joking: he really did get knocked up! And when Jared insists on having an OB-GYN of his own gender, Jensen’s long stretch of successfully not falling for one of his patients is finally at an end.

Fertilization may take place in the pouch or in the water before implantation, but in either case, syngnathids’ male pregnancy ensures them complete confidence of paternity.[3] After implantation in or on the brood pouch or brood patch, the male incubates the eggs. Many species osmoregulate the brood pouch fluid to maintain proper pH for the developing embryos. In at least some species, the male also provisions his offspring with nutrients such as glucose and amino acids through the highly vascularized attachment sites in or on his body.

The Dialogue of John and Sherlock Series by cwb – Sherlock decides that he and John are in a romantic relationship. John tries to educate Sherlock on what that actually means. (this is the cutest, Sherlock is literally hopeless)

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.

I’m helping billysgirl5 catalog a list of mpreg fics and this is one of them. The first part is very sexy and the second quite adorable with Jared trying to do everything right to deliver his baby. 🙂

“She settled with her feet tucked under her, watching the Alpha across the room as he paced and watched her, rumbling growls coming from him and a vicious snarl on his face. His black eyes were beautiful. They were like ink affected by magic—shiny, deep and bottomless—and they looked at her with a fierce desire that sent goosebumps over her whole body. Other Alphas were in the room, but she only watched him. Although the other men were also unbonded Alphas, her golden sight showed her the one with the most potential for breeding.”

Requests, sorry there’s probably going to be a lot. A/B/O Rhack: Rhys heavily pregnant, and while he’s overjoyed about his child, he just wants the kid out of him. Hence Jack pulling the, “You know what can move things along faster?” Aka Jack has a thing for seeing his mate pregnant.

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.

As the next contraction hit, Adam felt it was one of the strongest he had as his body was pushing not only this egg out, but the other eggs behind it. Unable to help himself, Adam screamed, “Nnnnnghhhhh….gawd…….come out….” Adam grabbed onto the bed with one hand, while the other touched the egg, as he tried to pull it out.

Summary: Levi is less than thrilled when he finds out his uncle has decided they’re moving in with his girlfriend and her nephew. He’s never met the kid, but based on the fact that Eren is a cheerleader over at the omega High School, he’s pretty sure that living with him is going to be painful – with the younger teen being a manifestation of everything he finds obnoxious in the world.

Birth of surpriseShe huffed and puffed and closed her eyes as a contraction came. All she could do was get through it. Alexis had more important things to do. It was CHRISTMAS, after all. The contractions had woken her up at about 4am, about two hours earlier than she’d wanted to wake up.

Dean couldn’t believe he was holding a child that was his own. He had never expected to ever have a real family but he did now…yeah it was all supernatural but that didn’t matter to him. He had two of the most beautiful angelic human children he could have ever wished for.

Jason is basically a woman after he and Mac do the nasty. Little by little this guy transformed, and all the little girly sweet inside thoughts that he’d had about gardening and having babies, (all the things I tried to ignore) and all this “omega” juice starting spewing out by the gallons. Idk. It just turned into a standard het. Romance for me. I guess the author intends to give Jason room to grow, but I’m not all that interested in waiting around.

The universe in question is the Omegaverse, and it is the product of some very odd machinations in the world of fanfiction. Really, very odd. I know Frenchie has already mentioned this trope in her earlier post, but since we’re going full omegaverse here, I’ll start out with a bit of Omegaverse 101.

Alpha Park Jimin is the most wanted drug lord in Korea. His pack is the most fearsome, high fucking body counts. One night he comes across a nearly beaten to death Min Yoongi in a dark a rare albino male omega. Is this omega as helpless as he seems?

Fetus in fetu, though not an actual pregnancy, is an extremely rare condition in which a mass of tissue resembling a fetus forms inside the body. This is a developmental abnormality in which a fertilized egg splits as if to form identical twins, but one half becomes enveloped by the other, and an entire living organ system with torso and limbs can develop inside the host.[23] The abnormality occurs in 1 in 500,000 live births in humans.[24]

Having caught his breathe as much as he was going to, Adam had to continue to push hoping very soon this huge egg would come out, “Nnnnnghhhh….aaahhhhh….ooohhhh….help me gawd please!!!!!!!!!!” Adam screamed into the other room hoping the man would hear him and be able to help.

This is a book that has a fascinating storyline as well as some interesting characters. Isaac Ward enters the trials for a chance at being turned into a werewolf. Ryan is the Alpha and his mate. Ward is conflicted, he has never been attracted to men and is confused about mating. Well-written and fascinating romance. Looking forward to reading more by this wonderful author.

A quick read for a novel, this story has a nice range of sweet but intriguing, surprising, and entertaining scenes centered on an arranged match between a city Alpha with a demanding, sophisticated, high-powered business family and a country omega with a loving, domestic family and a shadowed secret. The author starts with an intriguing and eventually dramatic introduction and then weaves scenes of past secrets and yearning dreams into the story of two separated would-be mates. I especially appreciated the depth of the supporting characters, from competitively friendly lawyers, demanding and over-protective fathers, wise and doting mothers, to conflicted music teachers.

I looked down and saw that my first child was a little girl. I softly rocked her to try and stop her crying; then I heard sirens getting closer and closer. I then saw bright blue flashing lights outside my window. They finally arrived. But I was mad that they were late, I was just relieved that my baby was okay. My little baby girl, Charlotte. Charlotte Marie Davis.

An independent Omega wants to stay unmated and run his bakery in peace – too bad his fated mate won’t let that happen. Avery Blue is a young Omega and the owner of the new bakery called the Halo Muffin. He’s determined to stay unmated and show the world there’s more to an Omega than just popping out babies and being toys for Alphas. Enter the walking wall of muscle named Lucas Kochalka, Alpha of the Kochalka Pact. He rushes into the store and tries to stomp away with his mate.

Not sure if you could include this book here or not, but the 16th book in the “Brac Pack” series “Montana’s Vamp” has one of the main characters as being able to fall pregnant even though he is male… they start trying at the end of the book but it ends abruptly getting reading for the next one so we don’t know if they were sucessful

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.

One scent captures his attention, however, and sends him into Rut. The owner of that scent helps him through it but afterwards, he wakes up with almost no memory of what happened, except the persistent feeling that he has an Omega somewhere. More than that, an Omega that he needs.

At least one-third of the people we know are introverts. They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking, reading to partying; who innovate and create but dislike self-promotion; who favor working on their own over brainstorming in teams. Although they are often labeled “quiet,” it is to introverts that we owe many of the great contributions to society–from van Gogh’s sunflowers to the invention of the personal computer.

Ken Sykora has seen a lot during his time in the Army and during his years on the force. When someone finds a vial at the scene of a meningitis outbreak, he’s obliged to consult with the Infectious Disease Specialist at Silver Oak Hospital.

The cover has vibrant colors and the expression on the models face and in his definitely goes with the main character.Clearly says omegaverse so mpreg could be derived from that so it shouldn’t surprise anyone.

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↑ The story was a response to Coming Home by Xanthe where these characterizations didn’t impact the social standing of the characters or the kind of jobs they could take; that was criticized as not realistic. (see comments to the original LJ post of Take Clothes Off As Directed)

Eli Lapp has fallen deep into an inescapable abyss—his parents are dead, leaving him to care for his two young siblings and ailing grandfather, the Amish settlement where he lives has outcast him for being on the wrong side of a pregnancy scandal and he’s a hair’s breadth away from losing the very roof over his head.

Nine months after breeding season has ended for the nagas and several heavily pregnant nagas – male and female – could be seen moving about their territory. Many have already laid their eggs while others are still heavy with their unborn brood. As a young, mateless king, this is Adonis’s favorite time of the year, when so many nagas are heavy with eggs and babies.