“Omegaverse Trope I Love Mpreg Birth Story”

I looked down and saw that my first child was a little girl. I softly rocked her to try and stop her crying; then I heard sirens getting closer and closer. I then saw bright blue flashing lights outside my window. They finally arrived. But I was mad that they were late, I was just relieved that my baby was okay. My little baby girl, Charlotte. Charlotte Marie Davis.
But lately, Jesse feels as though there’s a piece of him that’s missing. Insid…e, he longs for a strong alpha to step into his world; one who can take him to new heights of pleasure—and plant his seed deep inside.
Setting : A man who had got stranded in the desert came across a bush with tons of tiny berries. Eating as many as he could, he found they had been poisoned. Thinking he was going to die alone, a man came across him taking him to his hut stating he had a way to cure him however it was going to be hard. Not wanting to die, the man agreed to anything as he was made to drink this purple liquid.
“That’s something that I’d never considered.” Castiel sighed “however, perhaps now is not the time for such regrets.” Sam gave the angel a sympathetic smiled and then wished him good night and went off to his room.
I’m not really sure if that does…I don’t really think it does qualify. Does he give his seed to basically feed the egg? Because if his seed was required in order for the egg to be formed, then it would count as mpreg I think. However, if it is just to nourish the egg similar to say food or water for humans, then no, not mpreg.
You sat in the glass cage, hugging a ruffed up stuffed bear on your lap, one of your hands wrapped in bandages, a needle holding some form of liquid spread into your bloodstream, you winced, moving the clothed hand up to your forehead.
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]
1. Magic Eight Ball by tigersilver: Hermione brings a Muggle device to their usual after-work drinking sessions; Malfoy is utterly fascinated. Harry is not, especially as Malfoy keeps asking it questions about his personal life. *** This fic is on the lighter side compared to the others on this list. One of the only stories that has caused me to squeal.
Adam gasped when he felt more eggs starting to move down even though he hadn’t gotten this egg out. A gush of fluids fell out around the egg knowing this was the other eggs sack bursting. The other man continued to tell him to push knowing also what was coming.
With all the groundwork and research Leta Blake did, I really think this should be a series. For one, I must find out what happens with Xan. He’s one of those characters that you love even when he makes you mad. I would like to see a change in omega rights. There is so much potential here for a beautiful series. Did I mention that I would really love a Happily Ever After for Xan?
Omegas were hard to come by worldwide. While I would have preferred to mate for love, it didn’t seem that it was in the cards for me. I had taken over as pack Alpha five years earlier, and it was high time that I started adding to the pack population. Less even than a marriage of convenience, purchasing an Omega at the auction was more of a long-term service contract, a means to an end, so what was an Alpha to do when he found his soul mate on the auction block?
School teacher birthShe, Becky, looked out the window as the storm grew. She worried about her students well-being since the principle was very stern about them not being able to go home until the weather cleared. She and her friend teacher, Carl, watched as some of her students, the kids mostly, hid in a corner from the thunder. A small girl was in her lap clinging to her hugely pregnant belly and the others were restless and near panic as the thunder clapped loudly sending the power out and several loud screams. “Everyone please come over here.” She said moving over to the story time mat. Her students quickly huddled to her clinging to her tightly. Carl huddled his students around protectively. “It’s all going to be fine.” He said stroking some of the tiny hands clinging to him. “Shhh shh… Don’t cry. Your all going to be fine.” They tried to calm the small children as they whimpered. Becky winced some stroking her contracting stomach. ‘Just wait… please…’ She thought to her unborn child. “Teachew.
Eren’s words were mumbled, his eyes unfocused from his exhaustion. Sliding from the bed, Levi rushed to grab two thick towels and then back to Eren’s side, his mate was still smiling that dopey smile, eyes not moving from the boys at all.
Niso nodded as he held the baby up and was grabbing one of the towels he’d brought from the bathroom, cleaning it off. “It’s out Francis, it’s out.” He said, looking up at the younger male. “Is that…is that all of them?” Niso asked meekly, swallowing a lump in his throat. He doubted Francis was up for another birth. He laid the baby once it was cleaned and wrapped up with it’s siblings, looking over the little babies before he turned his attention back on Francis again. “Oh, thank goodness.” Francis hung his head and grunted tiredly. His fingers trailed over his newly deflated stomach and pressed just above his pubic bone, feeling for any hardness. “I-I think so.” When Francis found none he shook his head. A soft sigh escaped his mouth as he crawled over to Niso and laid his head in his lap, hands reaching out to clutch at the older male’s shirt. After a few seconds, the young man broke down, sobbing quietly. He was utterly exhausted, his body physically spent of energy.
I love reading and writing about male pregnancy. It’s new, it’s different, and it’s all fantasy. What’s wrong with reading a book where it’s natural for a man to get pregnant naturally without the invention of science. I understand the apprehension some readers have about the idea of reading a novel where the guy end up getting pregnant, carry and ultimately delivers the child. And you know what? I had the same apprehension before I read one of the sweetest book about a guy getting pregnant and having to deal with it. Of course he was an alien, but still, it seemed natural. I know what some people might be thinking. If a writer is writing a man trying to pregnant they trying to turn him into a woman. And honestly, that is not the case.
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.
Jamie said. Jamie went into the room with the pool. He sat on the birthing ball until he felt another contraction, they were about 2 minutes apart and lasted about a minute long. When he felt one coming he decided to get down in a squat position, leaning agents the couch. He moaned, trying to not push. Jess came into the room with some towels. Jess checked Jamie again. 
Harry turned, unbuttoning his cuffs and gently rolling them up to his elbows. Merlin’s husband was a fucking menace, a temptation in a bespoke suit and he knew exactly what he was doing; what sort of intimations those slim fingers were making as they bared his forearms. Damn him for a fool but even after their many years together he was utterly besotted with the man.
When his doctor had first given him the diagnosis, he had understandably panicked. It was impossible, but every blood test had come back the same, he had tested negative for any of the various tumors that could have  caused a false positive, and the truth was undeniable.
But that wasn’t the only reason I love this book. The secondary characters play such a major role, that without them, the book would be lacking something. It also feels like there are two different storylines going on that don’t compete with one another, yet weave together to make it whole. Getting close to the end of the book I wondered if maybe by the end, Tarek and Braun and some of the secondary characters story was far from over. And I am so happy to say that no, it wasn’t the final end, there is more to this series and as so as I was done with Saved I rushed to buy book two.
I received an ARC of this book for my honest review. The ARC I got was only 4 chapters long which I was VERY disappointed to find out once I was done reading the 4th chapter. Luckily I was able to download it for KU but when I started reading the 5th chapter I noticed that it wasn’t inline with what I had already read. So I went back and started at the beginning. After reading the actual complete book I was really glad I had room to download it so I could read the whole book. The ARC was very interesting and wanted to see what happened. You definitely will want to read this book. Interested in reading more books by this author as this was my 1st.
This was a good read. Braun Etting is an Omega who was raised by a cruel father who abused him. His older brother Kell mated a cruel alpha who abuses him daily, and Braun is terrified of that seemingly inevitable future. When Braun’s father dies in a car crash, leaving Braun an orphan, he’s sent to a halfway house for omegas. But on his fourth night there, he witnesses a horrifying crime that sends him fleeing to the streets alone and edging into his first heat. Tarek Bloom is an twenty-eight ye …more
Naruto almost purred out loud at the sight of Akatora’s face, the man was handsome, and it was making his insides hot just watching the man eat. He was not insanely gorgeous like Kakashi, but more rough and manly.
Connor and Oliver are friends that love each other. After presenting their second genders Connor looses his best friend and a part of himself with him. But they will always find their way back to each other. 😉
The human political plotline was another that had some great ideas but wasn’t pulled off as smoothly as liked, including brief treatment of two human factions (part of the same team) that seemed to be at odds with any kind of organized effort by a human government to take an issue like this seriously. (People showing up at official, extremely sensitive, top-secret, and should-be-very-carefully-managed negotiations unannounced. A strike force that seemed to be spotted from miles away slowly surrounding and capturing an entire large group that should have easily been able to slip away, but they seemed to just stand there and wait to be surrounded and captured.)
Indeed, Loki was aware of how terrible he looked, though thankfully he was no longer in agony thanks to a good dose of morphine. He still donned a neck brace, but he also now had plaster casts on both his arms and legs.