“Stories Mpreg Dont Blame Me I Love Mpreg”

I am an advocate for reproductive choice. I am an advocate for trans* rights. I embrace the diverse gender spectrum and a person’s right to choose how they identify themselves, whether man, woman or neither. […] I don’t understand the grossed out objections to mpreg. I don’t know if it’s because it’s something normally associated with women’s bodies, and so deemed gross, or if it’s seen as beneath men somehow. I know it’s not even close to being physically possible, but neither are werewolves, for goodness sake. What’s wrong with imagining a world where your ability to reproduce isn’t exclusive or determined by chance? What’s wrong with exploring that subversion of a previously extremely one-sided and gendered experience?
mating with another alpha’s daughter , but one problem, Matt is 100% gay and would never be that way with a woman. So he runs and hoping to outrun his father and his father’s rules. But at a hotel Matt never would have found his fated mate. With a tiger no less, totally another taboo for him
To be fair this is one of the better m-pregs I’ve read. The sex scenes were decent and the characters, the actual male ones, were alright. But even with that, I still didn’t like it lol. Maybe I’ve been too warped by other m/m romances, and maybe due to the reviews, my expectations were too high, but this book just didn’t hit the mark for me. I doubt I’ll be reading part 2, Abel’s story.
Adam continued to push as he felt the other man holding his legs as far apart as they would go. Continuing to push, Adam felt the medium size egg slide out with the aid of the fluid that was around it. However, a few minutes hadn’t even passed before he felt the third one at his opening as a gush of fluid came out knowing that was the water around the egg.
Sharp blue eyes caught sight of what was catching everyone’s attention and he followed the flow of the crowd to see just what it was that had everyone out and about today. It caught his curiosity to say the least, and he certainly wanted to know what stirred up the town he lived in.
This was undoubtedly a very heartwarming and riveting story. Peter goes to a club one night and meets Nitro, an alpha in heat. In some books only omegas go into heat but this was awesome. They have sex and naturally Peter gets pregnant. Nitro goes to his apartment and helps Peter from beginning to end. However, I was a bit upset with Peter at first when he ran away. He comes across an evil wolf shifter and Nitro has to save him. Frankly, I thought this was written beautifully and whatever few editing problems there may have been it was no big deal. It didn’t get in the way of the story for me. Once Peter realizes the truth about everything I loved it even more because of their many happy moments. The author was very descriptive about what Peter was going through and I could see it clearly in my mind as the plot unfolds. I really liked the caring witch, Saraphine, and the little raccoon named, Rascal. (We had one also. :D) The plot was spellbinding because Nitro really knew how to handle his issues, especially with his wretched brother. I don’t like too much grief or constant conflicts and this book had just enough, for me. It was beautiful and very impressive. I’m pretty sure that I’ll be reading the next one in the series. There’s some really evil alphas out there so luckily Peter found Nitro. The world building was also fascinating and I was totally transfixed. 🙂
The two (Or one, considering the humans couldn’t see Noir) had a reservation in a private booth. Noir at least gave him some privacy when he got to the size he was while going out eat and the like. The pregnant alien was led to said booth, though he struggled to sit comfortably when his belly rubbed tightly against the table.
However, there’s a lot more to the beautiful omega than glitter and pom poms. Enough to leave Levi’s head spinning and wondering just what he’s going to do with the boy he can’t get his mind off of living under the same roof.
And then one night Cas gets tired of waiting for Dean to admit it and scootches over next to Dean in bed and asks, “Do you want another baby?” and immediately Dean’s on the defensive like “No why would I want to carry around another freaking bowling ball for nine months”
Nick’s been having dreams about something that is going to happen in the future,or has already happened in the past,but doesn’t think much of it until, bit by bit it starts to come true will he let it the way it ends in his dreams, or will he change his future or the past. After discovering who he was and what is going to happen to him if doesn’t rewrite his future from the hell he was put his first life. Is life alway this cruel or is it fate just testing our wits on how we’ll react to our situations.Three boys one ending or is just how life was meant to end.
Fatigue pulls at the corners of his eyes, and he stifles a yawn against the back of his hand as the elevator creeps it’s way steadily up towards his apartment. He blinks wearily at the little yellow numbers, watching them slowly increase.