Posts labeled M-preg
Review - Dette to Society by Lilo Quie
Kindly note: This series is very much meant to be read in order. If you haven't yet read the previous book in this series, this review may contain spoilers about some of the events of that story. Tyler has been held in jail for a week without seeing a judge. He's not sure why he was arrested in the first place since he had nothing to do with the fire at a jewelry store where he was dumpster diving.
Review - Settling His Dette by Lilo Quie
Gabriel seems unable to produce viable eggs, and to the drakes that effectively purchased him, that's all a dette is good for, producing pups. Sacha is the only one of the drakes that seems to care about Gabriel, but even he can't fight it if the current clutch he carries turns out to be blanks. When a doctor tells him that the two eggs are indeed blanks, Gabriel runs away, lays the eggs, disposes of them in a dumpster, and escapes into the wilderness to live among the wild dragons.
Review - Double Trouble by Barbara Elsborg
Raffety is trying to learn to play the violin. He's awful, but his teacher seems to think he has promise and arranges a free stay at a summer camp. His mother is thrilled. Raffety's father died when he was a baby, and his mother has been struggling to give him things. Camp is bewildering. All of the other kids seem strange, and the staff even more peculiar. The only bright spot is Jonah.
Review - Pampered Pet of the Alpha King by Dani Gray
Earth has been invaded by a species from another planet, who take some of the humans as “pets” that are often badly abused. To escape becoming a pet himself, and protect his mother, Tom takes her to a cabin in the woods where the live almost entirely off the grid. Over time, Tom discovers and helps some pets that manage to escape their masters, becoming part of a sort of underground railroad for people running from enslavement.
Tags: Science Fiction M-Preg Kidnapped by Aliens
Review - The Prince's Fate by Caroline Gibson
David and Vell are happily living together in a loving relationship. David is aware that there are still some things about Vell’s past that he still hasn’t told David about, but still hopes the prince will open up in time. It turns out that one of Vell’s secrets is that he’s a rare intersex mutation of his species. That’s a fact he’s forced to reveal when he has to tell David he’s pregnant.
Tags: Science Fiction M-Preg BDSM
Review - Dominic's Star by Michael Mandrake
This book is part of a multi-author series featuring shifters, gargoyles and male pregnancy. Aside from the theme(s), there’s no connection between the books so it’s not necessary to read them all or read them in order. Dominic is a man on a war-like planet of bear shifters. He wants to advance his military career, but his father’s mistakes are constantly held against him. In what he thinks is a bold move to show he’s not his father’s son, Dominic comes up with the idea to undertake a spy mission to a nearby planet his military is considering trying to take over.
Tags: Science Fiction M-Preg Shifters
Review - Conceivable by Willa Okati
Omega Jory has always been in love with his best friend and Alpha, Darius, so when Jory determines that he wants to have a baby, he can think of nobody he’d rather father it than Darius. The question is, what will that do for their friendship if Darius doesn’t have the same feelings? The truth is, the Alpha does love Jory, although he has never admitted it, and likewise assumes the feelings aren’t returned.
Review - Space Fox by L.M. Brown
Gargoyle Jude is preparing for his first mission as part of G-Force, Earth’s space fleet. He has been assigned to visit the planet Cairo, one of many that was colonized when it looked like the earth was on its last legs, yet not visited for many years. After encountering some hostile visitors shortly after his arrival, Jude crashes his ship. Faced with a long trek across a featureless desert, Jude has little choice but to accept the help of Kirby, a shifter whose Fennec Fox animal side is able to navigate the shifting sands and get Jude back to the abandoned human settlement where he hopes to find supplies to fix his ship.
Tags: Science Fiction Shifters M-preg
Review - Farborn by Lesli Richardson
Human Davies is an ether-drive navigator, one of the most elite jobs among the space-faring worlds. He can decide who he works for and ether-drive ships can’t leave port without him. Davies is an orphan, with the proverbial girl-in-every-port, although in his case, he prefers men, or the equivalent of whatever species sparks his interest. He rarely hooks up with the same people for long, and he thinks he prefers it that way.
Tags: Science Fiction M-preg
Review - Earth Fathers are Weird by Lyn Gala
Max is a fighter pilot in the U.S. Air Force, sent to engage alien ships that seems to be invading Earth. His plane takes a hit and the next thing Max knows, he’s waking up aboard a space ship full of strange creatures from other worlds. The aliens have no interest in Max and drop him off at a planet used as a trading center far from home. He will need to find a way to pay for the long trip back to Earth, and it seems the highest paying job available is to be the nanny for a tentacled alien’s kids.
Tags: Science Fiction M-Preg