Deputy Derek Hale has just become a single parent, after adopting abandoned five-year-old Isaac Lahey, and drowning in his new responsibilities as a father, and Alpha. Add the babysitting of his new rookie partner, Jackson Whittemore, and the weight of his past bubbling to the surface, Derek isn’t sure how he’s going to keep his head straight.
Robert Winston, a pioneer of in-vitro fertilization, told London’s Sunday Times that “male pregnancy would certainly be possible” by having an embryo implanted in a man’s abdomen – with the placenta attached to an internal organ such as the bowel – and later delivered surgically. Ectopic implantation of the embryo along the abdominal wall, and resulting placenta growth would, however, be very dangerous and potentially fatal for the host, and is therefore unlikely to be studied in humans. Gillian Lockwood, medical director of Midland Fertility Services, a British fertility clinic, noted that the abdomen is not designed to separate from the placenta during delivery, hence the danger of an ectopic pregnancy. “The question is not ‘Can a man do it?'” stated bioethicist Glenn McGee. “It’s ‘If a man does have a successful [ectopic] pregnancy, can he survive it?'”
The title says it all. Harry and Draco find themselves bonding at a Ministry event. After that they pine after each other for months until the truth of their feelings and their situation come to light. What else can I say? I want to knock their heads together and I’ve no doubt you will too.
The premise of an ancient legend about an Alpha King and a rare, pure omega, born human, is so original, as are many of the other intricacies of the story. The author has created a whole world, complete with its history, to be explored. The situation that has evolved between werewolves and humans is cleverly thought out and plotted and supports the story really well.
Matthew Bruner is a bear shifter destined for greatness. Or so that’s what he’s always been told. As the next in line to become alpha of his clan, Matthew’s days of singlehood are drawing to a close. Long since committed to a prearranged mating, Matthew finds himself feeling trapped and, worse, afraid. In a desperate attempt to prolong his freedom, Matthew flees his family’s ancestral home and heads to the nearest city. It’s there that he meets Ezra Tier, a tiger shifter with a bad streak the size of a mountain.
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
Damon’s the Alpha of one of the most powerful clans in the world. As a tiger shifter, he can take the form of the predator at will. With such a gift, he’s able to conquer claimed and unclaimed lands and expand his territory. With his status, wealth, and looks carved by a God, he’s a triple threat – both to men and women.
WARNING: This short story contains sexual content, minor language, brief sex scenes, Mpreg, and descriptive Labour and Birthing scenes. If you do not prefer any of these, than this is not the story for you, and I would recommend that you not read it. Especially if all you wish to do is comment on how much you think Mpreg is disgusting and wrong. If you have anything against this story, you can note me. I would prefer not to have comments that do nothing but start flame wars.
Moonblossom is a very well-known author in the BBC Sherlock fandom, and for good reason. The Pyrexia series is just one jewel in her crown of frankly incredible (and hot) fiction, and a perfect example of the genderfuck possibilities of the Omegaverse. In this series, John is intersexed – he is not an Alpha or an Omega but both at once. Sherlock doesn’t really care what John is, he just wants. This fic made me cry, but it’s hot as hell, and moonblossom’s writing is a treat.
The Third Alternative by Billie McIver, a 1983 Star Trek: TOS story in which Kirk wants to have a child so he talks Spock into letting McCoy do the procedure that will allow Kirk to carry one. This fanwork appears in The Voice #2.
Castiel’s hand shook as he went to move it towards Dean’s center. He swiftly tore the shirt right off of the body to reveal the smooth, toned abs. He gasped to see Dean’s skin glowing a vibrant bright white at his core.
WARNING: This story contains male pregnancy, female pregnancy, minor language, and extremely descriptive, if not graphic, labour and birthing scenes. If you are not a fan of any of these subjects, than I would prefer if you not comment on my story, just to start flame wars and explain to the world how certain things, like mpreg, are disgusting and sinful. That is only your opinion, and there are some people that actually enjoy things like this, so please keep your opinions to yourself.
Bryce came to my door looking like a helpless, lost cat. He was disheveled, hungry and looking for a leg up in the world. The first thing I noticed about him was that he was in heat. With no money, he couldn’t even afford heat blockers.
Josh has a serious problem. His parent’s deaths have left him adrift. Blake has a serious problem also in that he has no direction and also no impulse control. After meeting eyes at a particularly bad moment for both ,the two go on. Josh is advised to visit the Wishing Well to see who his fated mate is he sees the man he locked eyes with .
Whump is fic where a character is, well, whomped on: tormented for no reason other than it’s fun for an author to write them being tormented. In some fandoms, certain characters get beat up more than others (and this often goes hand-in-hand with hurt/comfort).
Comments? Suggestions? Have you written/read an mpreg fic that isn’t on the list? Feel free to leave a comment on this post or, if there is an error on a character post, on the post in question. If the fic you’re linking to is in a language other than English or French, please include a short summary of its major features (pregnant character/s, warnings, kinks, etc.) so that I can categorise it properly.
”I guess I finally fell alseep, because the next thing I knew, it was morning. I jumped out of bed and ran to my parents’ room, but she wasn’t there. So, I checked downstairs and I found Dad, but no Mom. He was sitting on the couch with his back to me, and I thought I heard him crying. I came up to him and he was. I asked him why, and then I asked where Mom was. He looked at me with such a heartbreaking look in his eyes,” He began to tear up, ”and I knew the answer…before he told me…”
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Toris, Vash, and Tino have been stuck in an Omega Trade death camp for years. Toris and Vash, both taken at 12 years of age, have been in the camp for 6 years. Tino, who has been there for five years, taken at age 13, is a perfect example of a proper Omega, just like Toris. When four other Omegas are forced into the camp, none of them over 19, a year passes before this group is up for market.
Hard pass! Hard HARD pass!! Because FUCKING HELL this is MPreg. What on earth is with the fascination with male pregnancy?!? I dislike reading about FEMALE pregnancy and I am NOT the biggest fan of kids in books, so why on earth would I want to imagine babies coming out of MENS’ BUTT HOLES?!!? That’s right, I DON’T!!!! NOT everything needs to be a THING!! Severe dislike. SEVERE!!
I can honestly say that this story was not what I expected. I loved this story. Though a shorter story, the action, the adventure, the drive to mate, and an unreasonable parent made this an excellent read. Never really been into the MPREG genre, but this one captured my attention and I so want to know what is going to happen with the twins…(spoiler)…Matthew and Ezra are an wonderful couple and the journey to happiness was a good one…Gus Klondike did a phenomenal job with the narration…can’t wait to read the next part of the story…
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?
Dean pops the first three buttons of his shirt and pulls the knot on his tie loose, leaving it to hang limply around his neck behind his V.P. identification card for Sandover. His arms hang heavily at his sides after he retrieves his discarded briefcase and the grocery bag from the local market.
Ohmygoodness a new story~! And this one featuring my newer OC couple, Noir and Dionysus!! I adore these two sooo much~! Poltergeist and alien~ Anyway, I’m happy to present their first story! I’m quite happy with how this story turned out, from start to finish!
Aaron North, on the other hand, doesn’t believe in all that mumbo-jumbo. Spending his days writing snarky, skeptical articles for anti-paranormal magazines, Aaron’s life is consumed by logic and what’s directly in front of him. Love at first sight? Sheer nonsense. Fate? He’s not buying it. The fact that his latest gig—an article setting out to debunk a haunted bed & breakfast in the quaint town of Crosswinds—thrusts him directly into the path of sexy, free-spirited Indigo is just a coincidence.
I wasn’t entirely clear about why Dylan wasn’t honest about Hunter from the beginning, but I was very flag that everything turned out, in the end. I can only imagine how panicked and helpless Dylan felt when Hunter disappeared.
Dean accepts and the next thing he knows he’s up against a bathroom stall door being fucked within an inch of his life but its so, so, so good. the best sex he’s ever had and he comes (untouched) so hard that he sees stars
I’m not interested in mpreg, which is distinct from not liking it. I’m not interested in fpreg, either. They just happen to be tropes/narrative devices that don’t give me what I seek in fanfiction. I could say the same of overpowered Harry, to take another example. Not interested, but I can see why other people like it. Pregnancy in fiction, male or female, often focuses on family or relationship drama or sappiness, and I’m mostly not here for that. (Well, okay, I’m totally here for relationship drama, but in a different way.)
Rocco (alpha wolf) and Kade (omega wolf) are both looking for love. They have their own reasons behind signing up though a dating app but what they find is each other. The storyline is predictable, it’s been written before, but the story comes together very well. Rocco needs to realize whether his position as alpha in his pack is more important than Kade.
Sam and Dean go grocery shopping with their kids in tow, they think it’ll be a quick trip. Easier said than done, especially when one’s a baby and the other’s a toddler hopped up on sugar. The boys will have their hands full. Wincest, Post-Mpreg.
A small old man came toward Alvarr with soft, soundless steps. He was thin and weathered, his skin showing his many seasons, yet had a hardness to him that spoke of great inner strength. Like Alvarr, his white hair was longer, brushing his shoulders.
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.