Breeder. Cara Bristol. Buy This Book. The space slave may not be quite as ubiquitous in SF as the duke in historicals, but she (and it’s nearly. High Commander Dak, a ruling Alpha of planet Parseon, purchases Omra strictly as a breeder slave. He intends to impregnate her, produce a son, and hand her. A few readers have contacted me asking where they can find Breeder, the first book of the Breeder science fiction romance series.
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I was invested in Dak and Omra from the first page, and thoroughly enjoyed the way they grew as individuals and as a couple. It should say quite a bit cata I had no plans to finish this book as swiftly as I did.
This didn’t end on a cliffhanger but it does seem like book two will continue with the changes to the Parseon people. I’ve got a soft-spot for hot domineering aliens and Dak is not exception. Proudly powered by WordPress. So the story goes that Commander Dak, one of the main ruling alphas on the planet is ready to procreate so he purchases Omra a breeder slave to impregnate and then hand over to his beta husband. I think I like it because the heroine looks like she is not going to take any crap.
When Dak went to buy Omra, he found her at a Breeder Containment Facility, which basically seemed like a dungeon. Kindling Flames Boxed Nreeder Books Trivia About Breeder Breeder, This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
Email required Address never made public. In fact, it is Omra who comes to this conclusion in the narrative, as she begins to better understand the politics of her world. Trapped with the Cyborg.
Like Liked by 1 person Reply. I felt he was actually being very sweet and caring while still trying to follow protocol. Breeder by Cara Bristol series Breeder. One quibble with this book: Tags aliensbook featureCara Bristoleroticscifiscifi romanceseries. With their already lives on the line for disobeying orders, the forbidden love they share becomes the biggest danger of all.
Dak is Alpha, a military governor of a province of the planet Parseon, where ruling Protocol dictates that women are relegated to the roles of Breeder if fertile and servant or slave if not. Plus her reactions are hilarious but you need to read this book in order to discover why I think that.
The director followed, and the metal gate clanked shut. Alphas are top of the food chain, with all the advantages this title holds, they get all the best jobs and basically are top dog in all things. Cara Bristol consistently writes a good book – that’s without doubt. Want to Read saving…. I enjoyed the story, and it was a fast easy read for me.
Enter Omra and Dak. Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for providing me with free readers copy of Breeder By Cara Bristol, this is my own personal opinion. Cara lives in Missouri with her own alpha hero, her husband.
Was it a 4. Terran is a bit lighter with moments of humor, and in Warriorthere is resolution. Sep 15, Ari Reavis marked it as to-read. My thanks to the author for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
Reviewed By Beckie Bookworm https: Please write us some more. I really Don’t think Dak or Omra were expecting to feel so emotionally attached to each other “He grabbed her head in his hands and crushed her lips under his mouth, plundered with his tongue, caar dampened her face and she realised with a shock the tears didn’t only originate from her, Alpha was crying” I loved also the fact that omra though very submissive in her nature also portrayed a quiet strength and dignity that shone like a beacon from bbristol, She is easily pleased and it takes very little to satisfy and keep her content and breeder.
Breeder Series by Cara Bristol
A Proud Member Of To finally see him question rules that no longer have his blind faith was gripping. That said, I did not love this as much as I have loved Zaires’ material, but I enjoyed it just the same. Terran and Breeder 3: As Dak and Omra discover a sexual bliss banned by law, he begins to question the traditions and ways of his people, causing him to jeopardize his command and endanger the life of the woman he has come to love.
Omra is the ‘breeder’ that catches Daks attention and whilst initially he just wanted to sire a child and satisfy his betas needs he quickly finds himself confused by the reactions he has to Omra.
I knew I liked the DD aspect because I’ve read plenty of books that included it. The Visitor Comes for Good. A harsh alien culture that prizes strength and brute force over everything else, a society that has made their women mere objects to be used and all trace of soft sentiments long since been extinguished, Breeder tells the story of an Alpha who against his upbringing and society A memorable book will elicit a wide range of emotions and craa raw emotion and knee jerk reactions from a reader and Breeder did just that.
Readers who liked this book also liked: He’s not brutal, vicious or anything like that.
Alien and the Wedding Planner. I like how it was thought out and how it had actual plot. Most men wouldn’t touch a woman if they didn’t have to, although once a female, or Breeder, is bought xara brought into the household, both Alpha and Beta are allowed to take pleasure from her, but only the Breedder is allowed to have vaginal intercourse. Somehow, I just can’t get excited that our heroine is physically chastised and sexually used by a NICE dominant alpha male rather than the overtly sadistic men that Bleh!
Save my name, email, and bredeer in this browser for the next time I comment. But seeing as this is the first in a series, I hope it’ll be addressed in the following ones. Omra is sold to Commander Dak and is expecting the worst after what she’s been through while at the breeder containment facility. You are commenting using your WordPress.