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Resuming the narrative of his Pulitzer Prize-winning Ghost Wars, best-selling author Steve Coll tells for the first time the epic and enthralling story of America’s intelligence, military, and diplomatic efforts to defeat Al Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan since 9/11.
Omegas are the softer and more gentle of these roles. They are the nurturing parents who raise their children and they are the only ones in here who can get pregnant besides Beta females. The female Omegas use their systems as normal, getting pregnant that way and then nurturing the child like they should. But for the males, it is very different. All Omegas go through heats, it all depends on the author how often they go into heats. During this time, they are most fertile. But the pre-heat is what the males have to go through. Since they only have one hole, their rectum, that is also doubling as protection for the female parts. During pre-heat, the parts start to grow after they empty their rectum completely. The reason they do it is so nothing gets stuck in the uterus. But Omegas are the smaller ones with less muscle and smaller penises if they are male. They love to take care of children and all that parenting stuff.
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Ryker is poised to become Prime Alpha of the Staynton Valley Pack, taking over from his father. But Ryker’s sexuality concerned his pack. Because he preferred mating with men his pack questioned whether he could take a female mate and perpetuate his line. Ryker thought this was ridiculous and didn’t feel the need to procreate just to satisfy some old tradition. After an argument with his father about this issue, he takes off to clear his head and finds himself at a shifter bar where he finds something, or rather someone, a rare male Omega.
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Dean beamed as the little girl was passed into his arms. He cradled her, running his hands over the slickened wings that were so tiny that they appeared fragile. Her eyes met his and a smile formed on her face followed by a little chiming laugh.
A near-death experience and a deep connection he doesn’t quite understand drive Isaac into Ryan’s arms one fateful night, and afterward, their lives will no longer be the same. Isaac is one of the rare human men to become pregnant, an occurrence so unique it is not understood by shifter society. Isaac’s condition prevents him from being turned into a shifter for pack protection, putting him further at risk from the warring packs who would stop at nothing to bring Ryan down.
Oh how he hated being pregnant, and everything that came with it. The cramps, the morning sickness, the cravings, the back aches, the mood swings, the weight gain, the swollen ankles, the sleepless nights, not being allowed to drink or smoke, the massive strain it had put on his and Sniper’s relationship, having his manhood being called into question… that especially. Scout would always find new ways to compare him to a woman, especially after Spy started developing breasts (which he was less than impressed about). As for everyone else, they mostly avoided him (except for Pyro, who was quite thrilled at the prospect of a new baby about the base), but were kind enough to donate some of their clothes when his suit no longer fit him. 
Matthew’s life was… complicated. Having to fight to stay on top, falling in love, dealing with a drug smuggeling investigation and crazy suitors just made it a little more interesting. An Omegaverse AU with Prucan, UsUK, Gerita, Spamano, and one sided Franada, russiaxcanada and some others I’m forgetting right now. Rated because I’m paranoid it may up.
The story flow is good,no plot holes or loose ends unless they are to be build up for the sequel. The main character have an attraction but go slow so trust is built and the storyline flows naturally.
And omg thank you all so much for the suggestions! They helped out a lot and I really hope you like the way this chapter turns out. I didn’t use Mary or John because of how often it is used. I hope you don’t mind. It’s been very difficult to write it.
Awesome! Thrilling! Intriguing! Exciting! Action packed yet full of love and trials. I can so imagine a red head “sauntering” into a gun fight and save the day! Brillia t! And so much fun! Angst, some, tears? Some, long, yes, but so much goi g on and it ended amazingly! Loved this story and CAN’T WAIT FOR MORE!!!
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Roaming Free is the third book in The Omega Date Diaries series. I continue to be amazed by Odin’s stories. I find along with the sexy times and love story that there is always something that speaks to me. In this story it is Taly’s personal struggles with his Wolf and the fact that he cannot control when or where he shifts. His mental connection with his Wolf is faulty and he shifts when he is too anxious, or too excited and he fears hurting someone so he stays away from others. ( For me Anxiety and Panics can sometimes feel like an out of control “wolf” taking over my body.) This story is full of Love, HEAT and Acceptance. Taly and Roam’s story is a real page turner. Make sure you have time and zero distractions because your going to want to read this book straight through! I highly recommend Roaming Free as well as the other books in this series! I wish I could have given more than 5 stars! I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
She’d gotten dressed and waddled down to the kitchen to begin her baking. At least now, she knew she could have breakfast ready before the children woke up. She knew she was in for a long labour because of her body’s physical shape so she didn’t want to waste any time. Clive ran in before she was done, “Oh, did I wake you?” Alexis asked her eldest son, of almost 11. He nodded and sat down groggily.  “Well, breakfast will be ready soon. Why don’t you go wake up your brothers and sisters?” He groaned and got back up again slumping back down the hall to go get them. It was about 20 minutes late before all 7 of her children that were able to walk had sat down at the table. “I didn’t want to wake up Tommy.” Clive told