“Mpreg Tag Triskele Alpha Beta Omega”

Another painful contraction and he doubled over the table, gasping and grunting as quietly as he could. His legs were already spread a little and he bent his knees into a half squat, mewling as he began to bear down against the pain instinctively. The egg was was slipping down his passage from the contraction and his pushing, and he stopped just as it crowned at his anus. “Oh no…!”
‘Oh shit, oh shit, oh shit’ was all that was running through Sniper’s head. This could not be happening. He was only vaguely aware of Spy staring at him. When the contraction ended, Spy straightened himself up with a hand to his back. He turned to the assassin.
Lev had never seen anything like it before. That soft expression on the omega’s face that just made him want to cuddle him all over again. That almost-there smile and that gentle touch of the omega’s hand on his head.
”I..I can’t! It burns! I’m scared!!!” He cries before he bears down again,Not even bothering to open his legs. The fire in his anus grows worse and he feels his anus being stretched unnaturally wide to accommodate the babies head. With another push,He feels the babies head pop out of him with a rush of fluids and Sebastian yanks his legs open long enough to make sure the baby is alright. He quickly suctions it’s mouth and nose out before twisting it slowly,Just enough to pass the neck.
It would be a shock to him if the Carrier was still there. He himself had ended up with three of the Carriers that originally were sent over to the red Alpha. Peppermint, Buttermilk, and Bon had all been rejected and had exited the habitat and never went back in, instead coming over to his. He knew that two of Orange’s Carriers had climbed through the small rectangular hole in the stables out of the red Alpha’s. He was prepared to take in the new kid if he needed to.
Writing from both the cutting edge of scientific discovery and the front-lines of elite athletic performance, National Magazine Award-winning science journalist Alex Hutchinson presents a revolutionary account of the dynamic and controversial new science of endurance.
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. 
Before he knows it Stiles is thrown into a world he knows very little about and while he enjoys the unlikely and complex relationship that sparks between them it’s obvious that something darker is lurking in the shadows. Something from Derek’s past that is just waiting to tear them apart.
Alex whimpered leaning down onto his arms, his ass felt like raw and torn. He started feeling it move on its own and then his stomach contracted again. He grunted and bore down hard feeling more pop out of him. “Please be almost over,” he begged. Another contraction, more pushing, and another pop.
While fleeing his sister’s wrath for an accident that was almost not his fault, Moswen stumbles upon the chance to crash what promises to be a fun party. Kijika is hopeful that the birthday bash for his grandfather, the current king, won’t be the deadly boring event he’s sure it will be and he’d much rather be pouring over ancient texts in his quest for knowledge. Moswen’s karma swings into action and Moswen and Kijika cross paths at the party setting in motion a relationship that will give both men what they most desire.
He was so persistent and his tenacity annoyed her. He was so clever and his innovation annoyed her. He wore his emotions on his face so openly and that annoyed her. But what annoyed her more than anything was how much she noticed him. A series of short vignettes about Astrid and Hiccup. HTTYD2 spoilers.
Gabriel paused when he noticed Lucifer and Michael fighting over who got to hold the celestial being with blue eyes. Castiel sat on the couch, the green eyed child wrapped up in his wings and resting.
The 3rd book in the series continues to expand this interesting premise of a world populated only by men. All the characters from the previous books appear here to continue to flesh out their stories. I like the interaction between the 2 main characters. The omega is mute, the alpha a constable. Through a series of events they meet and realize they are meant to be together. Don’t like spoilers so none here. If you want to read a good love story try this one and the others in the series.
The trope spread rapidly beyond SPN and J2, and by 2013 A/B/O was so saturated within fandom culture that Kristina Busse included the essay “Pon Farr, Mpreg, and the rise of the Omegaverse” in Anne Jamison’s fanfiction academic anthology, Fic: Why Fanfiction Is Taking Over the World.
Sitting in an overly expensive sofa, a pregnant young man was currently watching over several toddlers play on the floor before him. His hand came up to rest on the mound that was his swollen stomach, his womb full with overdue twins. He sighed and rubbed at the stretched skin, his belly exposed. Honestly, I knew mob families were big but this is getting out of hand… He blushed at the thought.
A small old man came toward Alvarr with soft, soundless steps.  He was thin and weathered, his skin showing his many seasons, yet had a hardness to him that spoke of great inner strength.  Like Alvarr, his white hair was longer, brushing his shoulders.
Being together was what nature had dictated them to be. Alpha and omega. Their families had thought so too, agreeing to marry them to one another once they were old enough. A joyous union between the Nikiforovs and the Katsukis.
There aren’t a lot of MM authors out there that can pull me in within the first couple pages of a book, but Odin Nightshade does it every time! I received an ARC of Charmed Fates and this is my freely given, honest review.
Synyster VengeanceBrian Haner sat in the bathroom looking at the plastic stick that lay upside down on counter. It seemed to laugh at him. He still had 3 minutes before that tiny plastic stick would decide his fate. He never knew that one drunken fling would lead to this moment. He never even figured that this was possible until he learned about men actually getting pregnant and carrying their babies to term.