“Paranormal Mpreg Fanfiction Pregnant Dude”

The Omegaverse is RIFE with serious issues (dubious consent being perhaps the most obvious and most frequent) but it is also a) interesting from a genderfuck point of view, b) awesome in terms of world-building, one of my favourite things about AUs, and c) really fucking hot.
No stranger to the writing world, A.M. Arthur has been creating stories in her head since she was a child and scribbling them down nearly as long. She credits an early fascination with male friendships (bromance wasn’t a thing yet) with her later discovery of and subsequent affair with m/m romance stories. When not writing, she can be found in her kitchen, pretending she’s an amateur chef and tryi …more
Stopping behind an empty booth, the alien grasped the back of the seat with a gasp and lowered into a half squat again, bearing down with the contraction. The egg crowned in his anus but the first two were preventing it from going any further. His pants were too tight as well, incapable of fitting another egg into them until he removed them; and he couldn’t do that in the middle of the restaurant.
But when Mattt arrives, he finds that Hillary needs his help. Her new family is suffering a media scandal, and they need his journalistic savvy to help right the wrong. Unfortunately for Matt, helping them will involve close work with Hillary’s new brother-in-law: the remote, difficult and commanding owner of the company, Drew Matherson.
Hmmm, this one must have been before you started betaing for me. Man reading back over it, I’m like, ‘how the hell did I miss that!’ *Sigh* But’s ok cause now I have an awesome beta to pick up those horrible errors! 😛
It doesn’t help that he’s completely and utterly alone, with only quick and easy online hook-ups for company. But what would he do if he met somebody that he couldn’t discard after a few sexy camera chats?
I feel the need to put a warning from the get go because overall there is a certain sadness all through the story and not everyone can handle that. That’s not to say there isn’t hope in it because there is and lots of love as well. Both characters have very tragic pasts. One of the things I love the most is that we always expect the alpha to be the strong and brave one but here, Tarly is the only who has let fear rule his life while Roam the omega is the bravest of the two. It’s thanks to him that they both will get their much deserve happily ever after.
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
When Levi’s fist sounded out against the wood, the Alpha did not open it right away. Leaned into it, pressing his forehead against the smooth surface. Felt the pull of the Omega on the other side, just as he had that first day in the shelter. A whole new kind of gravity that tugged him not down to the earth but straight towards Levi. The laws of the universe shifting to bring them closer together, and Eren could not resist their inevitability.
Definitely you’re right. But Mpreg used that way, IMO at least, is totally fine. It’s when it’s used to drive the plot that it’s really lame. Het fics don’t (usually?) do that – I’ve never seen it at least, and there’s a reason!
And as the seasons change, I love you more by Teatrolley –  A year in the lives of John and Sherlock, essentially. (I will bawl my eyes out, this is so… just so! So much) (This isn’t rated so I’ll just put it under here) 
He rubbed the man’s heaving belly as contractions rippled across it, sending the eggs further and further down his birth canal. He new another egg was pushing against this one and hopefully it would help to push the egg out.
Mpreg is not an uncommon trope in Naruto fandom, aided in part by the existence in canon of jutsu such as Naruto’s Sexy no Jutsu. Some examples from the KakaIru pairing include: megyal’s A Measure of Company (with fanart by jofelly), Kita the Spaz’s Mission’s Gift, and Side Effects, an early example from ChibiRisu-chan.
A tired smile tugs at the corner of Dean’s lips as he remembers exactly why he’s had to work so late, recently. He and Cas had been mated just over six months now and Dean’s last rut had been the first time their cycles synced.
When you say you don’t mind slash, what do you mean? Do you read it? Do you read explicit slash (ie, malexmale porn)? Because, for a lot of mpreg, explicit male slash is included, and the focus. If you prefer not to read explicit slash, you of course are not going to enjoy mpreg.
PS: The title novel is not even 30% of this download’s full length. Don’t be fooled by the 500+ page count it shows. 70% of that is other little stories that aren’t even related to the main title. This feels like a sneaky way to trick buyers into thinking they are getting a long book. Quite frankly, as a reader, I’m getting sick of it. A small story or something at the end is fine. Having more than half the total page count be extra crap is just shady.
Saved is my first venture into an omegaverse story where mpreg wasn’t the result of the paranormal. I’ve always been a fan of alpha/beta/omega dynamics, but primarily in a paranormal setting so this story was new territory for me. Regardless if this is your first time reading this type of story or not, one thing you’ll want to be aware of from the start—this is the first book in a series, and there is not full resolution at the end of the story. BUT…the author does an excellent job of drawing yo …more
Sebastian pulls at the neck gently as Ciel pushes,Trying his best not to comply with his own bodies urges. Soon,Ciel passes the babies shoulders and Sebastian is able to pull the baby out. Relieved,He wraps it up and hands the screaming baby girl to Ciel,Before the baby starts pushing against his anus again. He realizes he can’t fight it any longer,He stands up and unbuttons his trousers,But before he can tell Ciel anything or slide them down,Ciel starts screaming again and Sebastian’s eyes go wide.
He was at his final stages of his pregnancy and it was painfully obvious he wasn’t having just one baby. In fact he wasn’t even having babies, he was carrying the eggs he’d been tricked into impregnating himself with. He huffed and placed a hand atop the massive orb that contained at two dozen eggs. However those two dozen eggs made him look at least pregnant with four human, overdue babies at this point.
Ever since their first meeting, Matt and Drew have hated each other. Drew is everything that infuriates Matt: selfish, privileged and opinionated, a true alpha. And Matt is everything that inflames Drew, it seems: caring, impulsive and uncompromising.
They had a good bit of privacy in the booth with no one seated around to see them, which he was glad for. It also made the poltergeist’s ability to levitate things and what appeared to be things levitating due to his holding it less likely to be seen. That, and Dionysus was glad that people couldn’t stare at his pregnant girth.
Warnings: soulless!Sam, hurt!dean, tortured!Dean, non-con/rape, graphic depictions of violence, sub!dean, toppy!sam, dark!fic, blood, master/slave, heavy BDSM, dark!Sam, evil!Sam, kidnapped!Dean, begging!Dean, cockslut!Dean, knife play, pretty!Dean
”WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO ME!!!! I will fucking kill you for this you mark my words Grell!!!!!!!” Sebastian screams out before grabbing his white gloves off the table and smacking Grell across the cheek with them. Grell ignores it and gently rubs Sebastian’s stomach,Soothing it only a little as Sebastian begins bearing down again. He grunts as the babies head finally crowns with a gush of fluid and blood into his undergarments and trousers.
Kuroshitsuji PregnantCiel took another sip of the tea washing the taste of vomit out of his mouth; Sebastian was starting to get the talent at making tea’s that removed the taste of vomit easily, which as much Ciel hated to admit it meant that he was starting to be sick a bit too often for it just being that he ate something bad.
Both shifters know their love is forbidden, risky, messy and will possibly lead to both of their ruins, but they are also learning that some things are worth the risk. When another complication arises, one they hadn’t anticipated, Charles and Hayes discover there’s someone else whose future they also need to fight for: their unborn child’s.
His omega must have tuckered himself out building this thing. Honestly, Jack was a bit surprised that Rhys had even had the energy to make a brand new nest, much less one this elaborate. The omega was nearly two weeks overdue and spent the majority of his days either napping or complaining about aches in his hips or the constant movement of the baby that was quickly running out of room in his womb. They had already gone to the doctor to see if something was up, but she had assured them both that being a little bit overdue wasn’t a big deal, and there was no need to try to medically induce the omega’s labor yet.
Professor Glich- a very human like alien who works as a professor at a detective school. He’s blond, has glasses, and is pretty pale. His species remembers every second of their lives from the moment they open their eyes. Because of this they can get very attached to things, and giving up a child is nearly impossible. Glich is typically a grumpy but energetic teacher who wants all his students to do well but not bug him too much. 
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How can Laren let this happen in his own herd? Alvarr thought bitterly. Surely, the commanding gray horse shifter knew it was happening. The lead stallion was supposed to impose order. Laren’s body dwarfed everyone else in both human and horse forms, and Alvarr knew those three bullies would stand down if their leader confronted them. But it seemed that Laren didn’t want to.
A mostly quiet birthHer nurses’ uniform had grown tight over the last nine months, but somehow she’d managed to squeeze her girth into the white dress. She stood at the emergency room counter, watching as a woman about her size was wheeled in, hissing and panting. It was obvious the woman was in labour, her partner panicking beyond belief as he followed along beside her.
Another book I needed to finish, and I’m glad I finally did because it, too, was one I needed reminding of – that there are decent people out there working for the collective good of those oppressed, discriminated against and abused…simply because it’s the right thing to do. Even if this is fiction set in an alternate universe/future timeline.
Maybe I’ll buy a pacifier and give him it in a box with a tag on it… Maybe… Or maybe a bottle…? Hmmm… This is harder than I thought… Maybe… Maybe I’ll do a whole thing; a diaper, a bottle, and a pacifier as well as booties… Yeah! That sounds good! Now to do it. I’ll tell you how it goes Juniper. I’m gonna name you Juniper. The one friend I can tell anything to.
As with everything else in if the writer is good, it will be a decent or possibly even brilliant story, and it won’t be less decent or less brilliant for having mpreg (or fpreg) in it. Mpreg doesn’t automatically make a story bad, and it doesn’t deserve to be jeered at and considered a sign of immaturity or horrible writing or femaleness just because it exists. (It also shouldn’t automatically be equated with slash, because the two things aren’t interchangeable. Meaning, it may occur primarily in slash pairings because the writer wants two men to have a baby or they overidentify with one of the characters or they find pregnancy erotic and might be turned on by the idea of pregnant men or they’re writing a “male character freaks out” comedy trope – but it’s not inherent to slash fic. And bad mpreg stories aren’t a blanket condemnation of all slash stories ever written.)
The one thing that stands out the most is the amazing world Leta Blake has created. It’s a dystopian-like society with very strict rules. What really impressed me was that the author took the time to think of the effects of male pregnancy. In fact, a lot of the storyline is in regards to the biology of humans with a wolf-like mentality. The reader is not left taking things as a fact but given the reasons.