He could see two other Carriers at the other side of the pond, watching them. When he had pointed them out before, his Alpha had just shrugged as if that was normal. The other two were gone, and the black Alpha that had approached them was far at the other end of the enclosure with two more Carriers. There seemed to be a dark blue and a white one near a clump of trees, but they seemed to be
Dean fell in love with him, and even once he regained his strength and returned home to the castle, he continued to visit Castiel in secret. When Castiel told him he was pregnant, a quirk of his magical biology, Dean was overjoyed until the reality of his father’s decree dawned upon him.
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.
“Push now!” Joel urged the man to push as the egg slid out halfway before slipping back in when the man stopped pushing. He spread the man’s legs to it’s furthest extent and looked at the egg while the man struggled to push it out.
Review: The genre of an “abused/tortured” Omega being rescued by hunky is one of my favorites, and this book has some nicely satisfying elements of this type of “Prince Charming” (or, in this case, Charming Princes) tale. The characters were nicely diversified, the emotions (good and bad) had some resonance, and despite a type of “fated mate” trope there were definitely some twists, turns, and potentially insurmountable obstacles in the story and the relationship.
“AAAAAHHHH, okay my absolute favorite thing about it is how it takes our current gender dynamics and FUCKS WITH THEM FOREVER. Men thinking about their cycles, worrying about pregnancy, the difficulties of navigating through gender politics when you are socially and politically disenfranchised, but this time starring MEN. There is nothing in this world that I love as much as I love fucking with gender roles. And omegaverse is AMAZING for that. But I also love that, because of the overwhelming nature of heats, the issue of consent MUST be discussed thoughtfully at some point, and that is one of the most amazing things about fanfiction in general.” (Brynna, female, bisexual, 30-40, Canada)
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J wrote: “If you like Sci-Fi/Mpreg/loving m/m romance btw humans and aliens: I am currently reading a series being published on the Gay authors website called “The Degan Incident”. There are five chapters …”
“Fine.” Kiana pouted playfully. She knew that he needed to work. But she just wanted to spend a little more time with him. Their daily schedules didn’t leave much time for togetherness, especially since they were on the road most of the time.
I look down again and see everything has loaded and the bars have gone up slightly. I scroll through all the article titles eagerly, hoping there’s nothing out about it yet. After checking the whole page up and down twice, I let out a sigh of relief and switch off my phone, then setting it beside my plate carefully.
Good introduction to characters and plot. It also includes warnings such as alpha,beta and omega dynamics,heats,knotting and mpreg along with trigger warnings for physical,emotional and sexual abuse. They are in there so if those are triggers for you this might not be the book for you.
Third, as much as I rooted for Colin to stand up for himself in this story, I found myself taking sides with Ed a lot. Sure, Ed may not have been good at expressing himself, but Colin also did things he shouldn’t have done.