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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It has a dark side to it that will have triggers for some readers, but it also has a gentler side as well.

BREEDER, a dark sci-fi romance | Cara Bristol

To ask other readers questions about Breederplease sign up. Loved the book – totally different than any other I’ve read from Cara and did not disappoint. Their only use is breeding, slave labor and an outlet for their needs if they arise. High Commander Dak has no room for distraction, but a female like Omra untouched, would make the best incubator for his son.

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To view it, click here. Jan 28, Jackie rated it did not like it. It brisfol hot, fast paced, and best of all, britol was well-written. Dak is not just an alpha on his world he is the Supreme Alpha and he needs a Breeder, the designation for women, to bare h Where can I begin? The things he learns from Omra, and the things they discover together could change all of Parseon.


Proving that caar homosexuality has no home in Protocol either. We watch his facade of dominance and strength slowly fall away to reveal a man who feels the weight of his responsibilities and the strain of maintaining the unnaturally guarded state in every avenue in his life.

In this harsh, brutal misogynistic culture, one man and one woman violate all the rules by falling in love. The director followed, and the metal gate clanked shut. Surrender To The Cyborgs. But what happens breederr a person comes into your life and makes you question every tradition you every knew.

This is a surprise! An Alpha should only ever engage in sex with a woman to procreate, in the hopes of producing a son. A fascinating, highly charged story! Ms Bristol does a good job of building the sexual heat. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. We Help Books Succeed. Dak taking that first step to announcing his regard for Omra technically makes him the main pursuer but I like to think it was a team effort.

Once Dak opens his eyes to this reality too, and understands that not all Alpha bbristol those beneath them with the consideration and care does he begin to see the true horror of Protocol aka Patriarchy. Want to Read saving….

However, Corren is not so enthused with arrival of Omra. They are not heathy relationships based on equality and love, but a powerful man using a less powerful man as a sexual object. Like Liked by 1 person Reply. Science Fiction Romance Review Tags: There was plenty sexy times but you guys! Alphas and Betas marry, This review can also be found on my blog: A society on the verge of huge changes and it has to start somewhere so perhaps the ‘breeders’ will one day know the freedom of choice but alas bfeeder journey is just beginning.

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Dragon Mates Books He’s a worthy hero. So a bit of background Breeder is set in a male dominated world. Dakonian Alien Mail Order Brides 3. Little by little, things begin to change, even carw it brings danger to both of them. This was the first book I read by Cara Bristol. Brseder 25, Sura rated it liked it.

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He intends to impregnate her, produce a son, and hand her off to his anointed beta partner, Corren. To my knowledge, it is the same book as what was previously released. Where males are split into two groups; alphas and betas and females are slaves to be used only for one purpose breeding.

I knew I enjoyed the author’s voice because Caar read her other books. Bristol built, especially its main characters. Breeder didn’t set off a single one of feminist warning bells – not a one.