• Title: Breeder
  • Author: Cara Bristol
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Breeder She was only meant to be the Alpha Commander s slavebut she became his everything High Commander Dak a ruling Alpha of planet Parseon purchases Omra strictly as a breeder slave He intends to impregn
    She was only meant to be the Alpha Commander s slavebut she became his everything.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 off to his anointed beta partner, Corren Any infractions of the rules by her will be harshly punished.But as Dak and Omra discover a She was only meant to be the Alpha Commander s slavebut she became his everything.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 off to his anointed beta partner, Corren Any infractions of the rules by her will be harshly punished.But as Dak and Omra discover a sexual bliss banned by law, Dak 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.Dak has enemies, men who will not hesitate to exploit his fondness for Omra, and use it to portray him as unfit to rule as Alpha Can he expose the rampant cruelty and corruption in Parseon culture or will the protocol he s spent his life defending, be the weapon used to destroy them and their love

    One Reply to “Breeder”

    1. 4 Solid StarsI love books that create and operate in a whole new world with its own set of rules.I think that's why I love PNR and fantasy so much. In this book, we are taken to a world where space travel is possible and men and women on planet Parseon are treated as two completely different classes. Men are basically the cynosure of the community. They are divided into two sub classes: alphas and betas.Alphas and betas engage in homosexuality and homosociality and pair off as couples for status [...]

    2. 3.5 StarsSo imagine a world like Star Wars but with twisted views where all men are categorized as Alphas or Betas, and all women are slaves who are only supposed to be used for breeding. This was a really strange one, where men are taught to be homosexual and that to enjoy a woman is wrong. I normally wouldn't have picked this one up, but it was free and I'm way cheap. And I found that I did enjoy it. The hero is an Alpha - the Alpha - who's looking for a Breeder, because it's time for him to s [...]

    3. This had parts of the book that appealed to me and parts that didn't. It has a dark side to it that will have triggers for some readers, but it also has a gentler side as well. Parseon males do not value females. They have no rights and must do as bidded by all males. They are seen as inferior and simple minded. The females are basically slaves to the Alpha and Beta males. The females are raped, beaten and this is considered the normal. As you can probably guess, this was the part I struggled wi [...]

    4. This was the first book I read by Cara Bristol. It was creepy but in a good way! The author built an intriguing, brutal world, where females are mostly uneducated and kept as breeders while partnership is mostly m/m. This novel is not for the faint of heart.Both Omra and Dak were engaging and believable characters that had me rooting for their HEA. I’ll definitely keep reading this series: I have to say that “special ring” Omra wore kinda freaked me out – just a little… LOL *I received [...]

    5. This is a winner. Ms Bristol pounces into the space opera genre with a delightful domestic discipline story.Omra is a female from the Planet Parseon. As all females, they are kept as breeders. She's been abused and starved while waiting for a male to buy her and breed her. Commander Dak spies her dirty cringing form at the back of a cell. He purchases her and so begins his world turning upside down.The world building in this story is good. The Parseon culture is very unbalanced and it's interest [...]

    6. I've had my eye on this book for ages and when I spotted it being reprinted I thought it high time I discovered for myself what some of my friends had raved about. Set in the future on a distant planet and believe me it's a very different society that the author has dreamt up. First there's the fact that females are almost reviled which made for some deplorable scenes initially but bare with it as although it's an erotic story there's a lot more to this plot then I initially thought. Dak is one [...]

    7. 🌟🌟🌟🌟Twinkling StarsReviewed By Beckie Bookworm beckiebookworm/Well, Well, Well.Every so often a little gem you were so not expecting to rate much surprises you with its unique perspective and vivid world building.Breeder by Cara Bristol is one such little nugget, a story that once started is so strangely addictive that even with its surreal surroundings it just has to be finished.So a bit of background Breeder is set in a male dominated world.The males are split down the middle into [...]

    8. A memorable book will elicit a wide range of emotions and pull raw emotion and knee jerk reactions from a reader and Breeder did just that. Although memorable, the dark material explored in Breeder, makes it hard to rate. 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 [...]

    9. This review can also be found on my blog: A Match Made in HeavenThis book wasn't really what I expected, and although it took a bit of time for me to acclimate myself to its world, I really enjoyed the story. On Parseon, males rule. But not just males, Alpha males. When a male hits puberty he takes a psychological test to discover if he is an Alpha or a Beta. The Alphas go on to get all the best jobs and ruling positions. The Betas get all the supporting and service jobs. Alphas and Betas marry, [...]

    10. I found it very hard to rate this book. It was a very disturbing read - disturbing good and disturbing not so much. I'm going to try to explain why without giving anything away so here comes some extreme vagueness which will probably only make sense after you read the book.First the good: This is a dark book and the author pulls it off well. Although horrific,the world building felt realistic for such a short book and I was grateful to be living on Earth. To many times it comes across as campy w [...]

    11. I started reading this book last night and wondered if it was my thing because I have an issue with dubious consent in particular, but somehow Cara Bristol made me get over it, sucked me into the story and I couldn't put the book down.I have to give kudos to CB for creating a brutal, misogynist world where women are second class citizens, perceived to be inferior to males in every way: intellectually, physically and sexually (not too dissimilar from our own history actually). More than that ther [...]

    12. I'm pleasantly intrigued with this new-to-me author and series.I've got a soft-spot for hot domineering aliens and Dak is not exception. Without even trying, Omra was able to gain his respect and love. I've got to say, though, that the vay-jay-jay piercing kind of freaked me out.Definitely plan to continue the series.

    13. Bleh! The sell copy made this book sound like a SF feminist exploration of the costs of oppressing women in a male-dominated society. On the surface, it is. But in the society depicted, women are SO degraded to start with that we're meant to cheer for any small gains our heroine makes, rather than for anything approximating equality. 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 [...]

    14. Cara Bristol consistently writes a good book - that's without doubt. This is her first Sci-fi - or maybe it's my first sci-fi from her, but the romance most certainly takes precedence. The sci-fi is a lot of fun and you can really see how she let herself just explore and be creative. Loved it. Loved the world she created. What I loved more though was the romance between the breeder (Omra) and her Alpha Dak. It was most definitely sexy - which I expected and I got. Dak falling in love with Omra w [...]

    15. Not quite as harsh as I'd like but markedly different, at least at first, from the author's other offerings. This is domestic discipline, yes, but set in a SciFi world that defines women's roles very differently. There is quite a bit of harshness at first that does evolve into caring. It never really approaches one of the more dark novels but maintains quite a nice balance. The society and message all have a part to play and it certainly is interesting to get to know this world. A def. must for [...]

    16. Another world, another race, and definitely a whole other way of life that is on the cusp of change in this steamy sci-fi romance. I've always appreciated the author's gift to write an exciting plot and a developed sci-fi world even when tantalizing the reader with some hot and sizzling romance.Breeder is the first in a series that has been around for some time, but has gotten a face lift with its new indie release. To my knowledge, it is the same book as what was previously released.It should s [...]

    17. 3.5 stars i don't know! it kinda felt short *shrugs*it sure had a good potential and i even enjoyed it but it some how felt rough with story and writing.tbh even i am confused with my review so here all i can say is your are on your own buddy!!

    18. This is a surprise!Bear in mind this is very much not my cup of tea - BDSM and the like, not my thing. But that's not why this is a surprising book. It's very unusual to find something so well written in this genre. Furthermore, something which makes the reader really think about gender roles.In Parseon, relationships are between men. Women, deemed inferior, are only for breeding. Commander Dak, an alpha, already has a beta - all he needs now is a breeder to perpetuate his line. Enter Omra, whom [...]

    19. Where can I begin? I cannot say enough good things about this book. Ms. Bristol has created an engaging, fascinating world where Protocol dictates how women and men are ranked in society. Any variation from the rules is considered deviant and people watch each other for any little slip up, ready to pounce at the slightest perceived alteration in behavior. Enter Omra and Dak. 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 [...]

    20. A short/sci-fi read. I thought the whole book could've been expanded and dug deeper for a full length novel. The idea and story-line was interesting enough to draw me in. Even though it was short and sweet, it was a pretty good read.

    21. I swear, when I picked up Breeder in a recent Loose Id discount sale, I wasn’t looking for a deep story. I like breeding and slave kink stories. Many of them can be extremely problematic, rife with sexist stereotypes, misogyny and just generally poorly written. Still I continue to search, ever hopeful that one day I will find a well written stories, with all the kinks I love, that doesn’t make me cringe.Enter Breeder by Cara Bristol.The science fiction erotica about Commander Dak, and his br [...]

    22. The book is so great. First I love the use of SciFi to basically do legalized slavery and explore roles and themes thru that lens.The author does that here and with a fascinating cast of characters. I totally got Omra, and I don't always have a clue where any subs are coming from, and I thought Dak was strong in character and not just via bluster.The sex was hot,but hotter still were the D/s scenes woven throughout. They were smoking hot.The plot is where it lost a point, and for a couple of rea [...]

    23. I've read several of Cara Bristol's books, and BREEDER is my new favorite. I don't usually read sci-fi, but when Ms. Bristol started posting snippets from, and the premise of, this story on her website, I knew it was one I'd have to read. I really enjoyed the world and society Ms. Bristol built, especially its main characters. I was invested in Dak and Omra from the first page, and thoroughly enjoyed the way they grew as individuals and as a couple. Once again, Ms. Bristol has crafted a strong a [...]

    24. This story blew me away. At first I hated the hero's guts--not because of who he was/is, but the system he represented. It was hard to wrap my head around a society that literally treats women like animals. Cara Bristol, however, has a way with words that soon had me falling in love with Dak and Omra as a pairing. I fell into their world and never looked back. I felt every struggle, every bit of tension that flowed between them. The payoff of Dak's character at the end versus his character at th [...]

    25. Such a unique combination for me. I knew I enjoyed the author's voice because I've read her other books. I knew I liked the DD aspect because I've read plenty of books that included it. What I wasn't so sure about was this Sci Fi genre. BUT the author showed that no matter what world she writes in, she creates a great story. Loved this book.

    26. 3.5 Stars. Dark. Some disturbing parts, but ended up being a good read. I will definitely continue this series.

    27. A reader can count on Cara Bristol for lots of 'hot and steamy' and Breeder does not disappoint.

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