“Paranormal Mpreg Romanc Werebear Paranormal Mpreg”

Niso nodded, picking the baby up and out of the water quickly. “Breathe Francis…” He mumbled, getting out to get a towel and dry the baby. After he wrapped it in a fresh one, looking at Francis. “Are you feeling any better?” Niso mumbled, laying the baby down with its sibling then climbing back in the tub, frowning at the younger male.
This is the first book in The Series. An interesting book the writing was good. The plot was entertaining and it was steady throughout the book. The characters were well developed and thought out. Mal is an Omega and Trent is an Alpha are the MC’s of this book and. There was humor, Navy SEALs, terrorists, White Dawn, Missile Launcher, Europa Wolfs, bombs and so much more in this book. Here is a quote from the book, “Okay, so let’s get a look at that bullet wound. I can see an exit wound…” “It wa …more
Sighing, Aldin tossed his jacket on the couch after the door behind himself. He was so tired of having bad dates, and at eight months pregnant with twins his emotions were making things ten times worse. He didn’t want to try with anyone else, not when he loved the very man that had left him alone and pregnant.
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.
Aiden can be hit or miss for me; sometimes the characters can be real jerks. Not this book! First it’s the longest book I’ve read by Aiden, and definitely worth the cost. The book really held my interest with the plot. It was a new perspective on Omegas fighting terrorism and the SEAL aspect was really cool. This was a really well written book and I highly recommend grabbing this series.
They live in a world where omegas are treated as less than everyone else, where they are considered dumb and are only seen as wombs. We see them fighting for their love and against the system that has been imposed by society. In the surface, this seems as another mpreg story, but it goes deeper than that.
Sun rays fell on your eyelids and your groan escaped your lips,while you tried to run away from the annoying light you bumped into sturdy chest next to you.Your eyes fluttered open to reveal,Chuuya’s messy hair all over the pillow and one his arms resting around you protectively.
At twenty-three years old, Omega Brion has still yet to experience his first heat. Brion has always admired the Alpha of his pack – from a respectable distance, of course. After all, how could a lowly Omega such as him ever even dream of an Alpha like Jasper? But when Brion’s first heat suddenly hits him in the middle of the spring festival preparations, there is only man to relieve his agony…
I have been intrigued by the idea of an omega and how he would integrate in a pack structure…as well as how a dominant personality could become omega…This story addresses both of those ideas, as well as how empowering such a relationship could be. I enjoyed this book thoroughly, and will definitely be looking for more! Thanks for a great read, Wolf…keep ’em coming!
Amy laid back as the contractions worsened. She could feel the baby moving down into her hips and moaned in pain. Leshia was there to help her, but it was somewhat of an embarrassment. Amy barely felt female at all on the inside, and if it wasn’t for that witch’s gender spell, she would never had been pregnant in the first place. As far as she was concerned, the only thing that made her predicament acceptable was that she had female genitalia.
…Excuse me, I’m one of the original authors of this story. Can you please take it down, I find it very disrespectful that it was used without my permission. Also, your other story about Bret, and Louis is scarily similar to my friend’s A Bad Situation, featuring our same characters and I have notified her. 
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.
“I’m tempted to just grab a kitchen knife and have you get him out of me…” Rhys huffed as he cupped the underside of his heavy stomach, rubbing the swollen flesh slowly as to not wake up his child. He was comforted and warm and didn’t want to have his son beating up his insides right now.
The Pillars of the Earth tells the story of Philip, prior of Kingsbridge, a devout and resourceful monk driven to build the greatest Gothic cathedral the world has known…of Tom, the mason who becomes his architect – a man divided in his soul…of the beautiful, elusive Lady Aliena, haunted by a secret shame…and of a struggle between good and evil that will turn church against state, and brother against brother.
Edited by Sienna Saint-Cyr What is Sienna looking for? Sweet love stories between men. MPreg means one man gets pregnant, so stories of first pregnancies, childbirth, or falling in love and … Read more
Devastated by Drew’s constant absence, Matt starts wondering if Drew ever really loved him at all. And when he finds out that the old pack’s alpha—Matt’s gorgeous ex—wants him back, Matt starts to question his entire life.