“Mpreg Thor X Loki Omega Male”

But imagine Dean and Cas’ kid turning one before they can even blink an eye and then Sam’s wife getting pregnant and everyone’s excited about the new baby and how Dean and Cas’ kid will have someone to play with
“The nurturing & bonding process of pregnancy stretching beyond gender stereotypes. Different facets of parenting reflected in a male/male relationship (strong omega daddy + tender alpha papa). Baby cuddles.” -Iris
When I pushed I felt one of the shoulders pop out, shortly followed by the other. I let go of my thighs and spread my legs a part wider, and with both hands I wrapped them around he infants body and began to lightly pull him/her out, as I gave one last hard push.
Written as a birthday present for my dear friend, kat lair. Sam’s lumbered with something more than just a wound after a run-in with a surprisingly cooperative demon. MPreg. NOTE: keep note of all dates given, to keep track of time and wolf-shifting and bounty-hunting Alpha—with a knack for unearthing trouble—runs into a just-turned-eighteen and never-been-screwed Omega—who has been on the run for a third of his life—in the one place neither man should be. What could go wrong?
“You don’t have to be so harsh hyung. I’m not going alone Manager Minsŏ will be with me too,” I say while hanging my head low. I know I’m klutzy and forgetful but I’m 24 now and capable of taking care of myself I think.
Last month, we announced our new sister group Prosemonkeys… This month, the two groups are having a contest together! The theme is New Beginnings, you can interpret it as you wish. Everyone can participate with a poem as well as a piece of prose! Whether you do either or both is up to you. The deadline is 25th November.
Gabriel Wyatt is a big city Detective living in a small Ohio town. He expects a peaceful existence once he moves from Miami, Florida, but that’s the last thing he finds. Instead, Gabe discovers murder, mayhem, and one smart-mouthed stylist he can’t get out of his head. Josh “Jazz” Roman is a small-town business owner with big dreams and an attitude to match. He finds himself in the middle of a case that brings the dreamy detective to the front door of his Curl Up and Dye salon. Josh learns that the biggest threat to him isn’t a killer; it’s a man who wants something from him that he vowed to never give again – his heart. 
“ Both wet to the bone, exhausted, and one unconscious, Kedean thought, all in all, they were faring rather well for two unarmed men who’d only just an hour ago escaped a fleet of fairy pirates into frigid water in unknown territory. ”
The novel starts as a typical first person. Jason riddles off pointless details about himself, and then we’re thrown into his on the run lifestyle with his father, which brings me to my first issue. The telling. Huge problem in this book is the telling. We’re told Jason is nurturing, we’re told about his heats, we’re told he’s afraid, we’re told, through Mac’s pov that he’s traumatized. Meanwhile I’m waiting to be shown this world of shifters and the enclave which is actually interesting. Eventually we’re shown these things with minute detail, but it would have been so much sexier to see Jason writhing in his bed, tossing and turning from the heat pulsating though him, to make us feel his need!
The end felt a bit rushed, don’t get me wrong, it was a nice ending but the way things were left, it makes me worry about their future… yes I’m one of those people who keeps thinking about characters even after a story is over.
Most omega werewolves want a mate and pups, but Lee Aung prefers an unconventional party-boy lifestyle. Yet at 42, he’s stopped going into heat, which means he’s expired goods – no longer a fertile, young omega that alpha wolves drool over. So Lee scams free samples of Wet Heat, a synthetic pheromone, by pretending to be a happily mated test subject at Wet Heat headquarters. There, Lee spends two years being interviewed by the reserved alpha scientist, Cain.
The Master of Latham Hall by Kryptaria – John and Sherlock investigates murders at Latham Hall and is in for a bit of a shock. (A bit of angst but not in regards to John and Sherlock) (I love you. I will always love you. God, I die every time)
1. The Masks of Real Heroes by @aelys-althea: One desperate decision has unimaginable consequences. When Harry received his letter at eleven, he turned down the offer to attend Hogwarts. He had to; it was his only chance to escape. Five years later and, in the brief moments he recalls his decision, he feels nothing but regret. Until an incident causes the opportunity to arise once more, and he is finally given the chance to escape that which has smothered him for so long. *** Another rather dark fic that was recently finished along with its sequel. Harry’s characterization was brilliant and the entire story was very well written. I’ve already read it twice 🙂
Hitchhiker – Part IIBen opened his eyes, staring at the ceiling of his borrowed bedroom.  Confusion quickly cut through the fogginess of his still sleep-addled brain – hadn’t he just been talking to Rita? A quick glance around the room showed the brunette nowhere in sight.   At the sunlight filtering in through the curtains, he realized some time must have passed since their conversation.
Traditional high fantasy with an Omegaverse twist. This is just – I actually don’t have words for how beautiful this story is. There are issues with consent, but the characters are aware of and feel violated by them, and there is a fairly graphic birth scene at the end, but the storytelling is flawless, and the characterisations are so achingly believable it hurts me just to think about it.
Michelle LePage is a twenty-something international woman of mystery, a gender and European history buff, an aspiring gamer, and unrepentant fanfiction addict. She is currently in an open relationship with BBC’s Sherlock, and it’s complicated.
The Omega’s Secret Baby is a novella I wrote back in 2015, and it’s still one of my favorite books. The story of Leonid and Tomer… is passionate, emotional, and heartfelt – and Giles Barron did an amazing job with the narration. If you’re into shifters and audio, give it a go! It’s $6.08 or one Audible credit.
You had a crush on him, you see. But of course, you were too shy to ask. Sam knew that right away since the two of you were best friends. You became friends really quickly when Sam moved into your high school and protected you from a couple bullies. You then told him that no one had ever done that and you would be glad to be friends. And from then on, you stuck by him and he protected your from any bully. He had told you that he had a few bullies that bullied him as well so he was glad to help you.
I’m confused. Other werewolf books by this writer, I’m almost certain, held to another were alpha/omega dynamic and physiology. How can Dallas, of part Taiwanese descent, insofar as we know and his history dictates, a hundred percent human, turn into an omega the same time he transitions into werewolf? Apologies, but while I normally enjoy Walker’s books, this one had me backtracking, rereading, then giving up altogether since the plot didn’t hold my interest, and the details and new developments getting thrown in too bizarre to be credible. I’m very glad I didn’t buy this one – it’s as though the plot well ran dry and this is an experiment or a trial to test ideas that may or may not work. Sadly, this one fell way short of Preston Walker’s usual mark and style. Also, unless the characters are used to incorporate made up words or use peculiarities with language, I cringe and am “most uncomfortable” to see misused superlatives like “uncomfortableness.”. Just – you know?
He’d done it; he’d given birth for the first time and his mate had been there to help him through it; albeit a bit late. He looked down at their newborns, their cute little tails swaying back and forth as they fed.