“Mpreg Knotting And Of Alpha Beta Omega Personality”

Braun and his brother Kell have not had an easy life. Both having been born omegas means that they are seen as second class citizens and have fewer rights than alphas. Their father only ever saw them as a burden and so Kell was allowed to be married to an incredibly controlling and cruel man. Braun is about to turn 21 and in his world, he is considered to be old and the likelihood of him finding happiness dwindles by the day. Having been cruelly treated his whole life, Braun doesn’t anticipate t …more
Lúc ấy tôi gần như bất tỉnh, may mà cậu ta lay tôi dậy. Cố căng hai mắt mờ nhòe vì đau đớn và mồhôi, tôi dựa vào sự giúp đỡ của cậu ấy mà đi được đến sô pha. Trong lúc ôm bụng kêu rên thì cậu ta đã đưa tôi một cuốc nước mát. Cơn đau nay đã trải dài toàn thân tôi, tôi vô thức dạng chân ra. Nhờ thế mà cậu nhóc chú ý đến vết ẩm ướt ở đáy quần, “Chú ơi, chú ổn chứ?”
      The strange thing was that besides Becca, nobody seemed to notice or care about his rotundity. Life went on as normally as it ever had. Chris woke up every day feeling ecstatic, and everything seemed to go right for him.
At twenty-three years old, Omega Brion has still yet to experience his first heat. Brion has always admired the Alpha of his pack – from a respectable distance, of course. After all, how could a lowly Omega such as him ever even dream of an Alpha like Jasper? But when Brion’s first heat suddenly hits him in the middle of the spring festival preparations, there is only man to relieve his agony…
Today was especially busy, and the head of the clinic was busy seeing men and their big tums all day since they opened up that morning. In fact her own head nurse was expecting triplets, and he was very much showing it. Sitting behind the counter, the young man was flipping through a magazine with a callous look on his face, and all but ignored the redheaded woman as she walked up behind him.
Becoming Omega is a full-length standalone novel featuring a sexy alpha, his tempting omega, their secret bond and male pregnancy, or mpreg, in this action-packed tale. A satisfying epilogue, HEA ending, and NO CLIFFHANGERS make this a must-read.
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
I stood in front of my parents sitting in front of me and gulped. “I’m…I’m pregnant.” My mom instantly burst into tears and my dad looked ashamed. “What about that football scholarship, son? What about your life?” my
I like the action scenes: they give the story the right equilibrium it needs to counteract the slow scenes when Mal or Trent are thinking. Some of the secondary characters are really good, being my favourite ones Chief and Morna.
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Another common thread from our respondents was how enjoyable it is to see a couple that can’t traditionally make a biological child be given this chance.  This usually involves same sex couples, but I was surprised to find that some infertile women could relate to this aspect of the genre as well.
It is Nick and Amy Dunne’s fifth wedding anniversary. Presents are being wrapped and reservations are being made when Nick’s clever and beautiful wife disappears from their rented McMansion on the Mississippi River. Husband-of-the-Year Nick isn’t doing himself any favors with cringe-worthy daydreams. Under mounting pressure from the police and the media – as well as Amy’s fiercely doting parents – the town golden boy parades an endless series of lies, deceits, and inappropriate behavior. Nick is oddly evasive, and he’s definitely bitter – but is he really a killer?
Clutching his swollen stomach, he panted and sat up, looking down at his legs as he spread them where he lay. “Please let me have them before I die…! Let them live at least!” He closed his eyes with a silent sob.
Nonetheless, that morning I lay in bed, not willing yet to get up…until I hear a sigh from Tom next to me. It’s not much, but I can tell something’s different.  It’s deeper and laced with the slightest hint of pain, followed by breathing that’s slow, even, and intense.  Turning over to look at him, he’s sitting up in bed, his hands ghosting over his rounded stomach as he keeps an intense gaze with the wall.
Karter has recently undergone a change of mind after witnessing Kell Iverson’s trial (from book 2) and has opened his eyes to how badly many omegas are treated by alphaholes. He’s slowly becoming woke and has started to rebel agains …more
So I’m reading a yaoi manga and there is a alpha/omega relationship and they already reproduced. But there was also an alpha/beta couple and I really wanted them to have kids but I just read that betas are more of the everyday person type so I just wanted to be sure but I kinda already know. Can male betas get pregnant?
AU – Their world is just like ours…except…in their world there are two types of men. One is the alpha male, the other is the bitch male. Alpha males are like any ordinary guy with the exception of their cocks, they work just like dog cocks (the knot, tons of cum etc) The bitch male, is just an ordinary guy without the special cock.
Unlike the other weaker packs, the Mountain Ridge wolves have always kept their omegas in line and at a safe distance through the infamous yet efficient Breeding Program. On the recommendation of an old rival turned tentative friend, Mitchell decides to try his hand–among other things–in a last-ditch effort at siring an heir with a rare male omega. When a transfer request for one of the only male omegas in the pack uncovers unspeakable abuse and corruption within the Breeding Program, the very future of the pack is thrown into question.
Sorry, I’m one of these close-to-end-rush artists (in other words, I start a project and about half way through think “oh fuck it” and it turns out crap at the end… Just like my handwriting through the school year…)
Castiel narrowed his eyes at Michael as Dean gently handed over the form, who made a chiming bells sound as it was passed from one to the other. Michael then cradled the being closely, the light shining off of him, giving his eyes more of a glow as he smiled, staring down at it.
A Simple Procedure – Part 1It was supposed to be a simple procedure.  He’d asked all the right questions, done all the research.  Anthony had never had surgery before – had never even been to the hospital for anything other than for a routine checkup – but he wasn’t too concerned.  The specialist enlisted to perform the procedure, Dr. Marisa Olivier, had come highly recommended and after several consultations had him confident that everything would go smoothly without a single hitch.  
Bo has a lot to teach Ryker–in out and of the bedroom. But Ryker’s hiding something—something that just might destroy everything these two rugged men have built. Can Bo help Ryker reconcile his past for a chance at a family and future together?
– The kid, despite being an alpha, loves Artie so much that they will sit with Artie and let him teach them how to do things like knit, or take care of dolls in order to prepare for taking care of a mate
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.
White Blank Pages Haikyuu- “It was common knowledge by now that, at birth, a mark would be placed upon the skin of each child in order to dictate their partner in life, It first began in the late 1800s, or at least, that was the only time that they’d ever had documents that spoke about it, and back then it wasn’t rare to find that a bond was broken. The majority of the time, it was due to the death of the other half, sometimes before they’d even found each other which was somehow worse than knowing them and losing them afterwards. But other times, a bond was broken cruelly because of the rejection of the other half of the soulmate. If that happened, it was said to be a pain that was unimaginable and many would prefer it if their bond had been broken through death than through this emotional torture. ” (AuthorInDistress)
This period of incubation can take much longer than the production of another clutch of eggs by the female, especially in temperate regions where pregnancies last longer,[4] leading to a reproductive environment in which sexual selection can be stronger on females than on males due to increased male parental investment. Interestingly, this reversal of traditional sex roles has only been found in pipefishes, whereas seahorses have largely been accepted as monogamous.[5] Some pipefish species display classical polyandry because of this unique situation. Male syngnathids usually prefer females with large body size and prominent ornaments such as blue skin pigmentation or skin folds. Intriguingly, syngnathid males in some species are apparently capable of absorbing eggs or embryos while in the brood pouch.[6] In these cases, embryos with the highest survival rate are those whose mothers display the preferred phenotype.
What do you do, when it’s been 4 yrs since your love has passed? You have a son to raise yet you are so very alone and lonely? And you are an Omega? Go on a dating site and hope that someone decent responds to your post. That’s what Roam did. He never expected to find someone he clicked with.
In canon, mpreg is often explained by alien biology. Alien Nation and Star Trek: Enterprise both have canonical male pregnancy, Torchwood has a reference to it as well, and in Farscape one of the alien male characters accidentally does much of the gestating of John and Aeryn’s child.[2]
Even now, finally ready to take a second shot at happiness, true love seems elusive. How is Roam supposed to find another mate when every alpha he encounters rejects him the second catch wind of his son?
Mark Bruner is a bear caught in the middle. While Mark has always harbored feelings that his father’s ancient clan might consider abhorrent, he’s been able to keep them in check for years in order to better serve his family’s needs. But, in the fallout of his brother’s ill-timed actions, the clan’s financial empire begins to crumble, and Mark finds himself with a plane ticket to Mumbai. Once aboard, he can’t help but be shaken up by the tattooed shifter in a nearby seat and those long-repressed feelings threaten to reemerge.