Breeder. $ Lyssa Hart. Lyssa Hart grew up watching The Twilight Zone and Ray Bradbury theater, instilling in her a love of science fiction. In high school. Read & Download eBook Breeder By Lyssa Hart,Mirdua no longer has men capable of ing the moment she discovers the stranger has. Dear Ms. Hart,. Hallelujah you’ve published something again. After reading, and enjoying, “The Forest Whispers” and “The Assassin’s Blade”.
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Mali is awed at the strength, agility and sheer ferocity of the dark stranger the village men drag through the gates of Mirdua, until she discovers their purpose in capturing him, for Breedeer no longer has men capable of breeding, and they have need of one–for her.
Rebelling the moment she discovers the stranger has nothing but contempt for the ‘honor’ they have in mind fo Mali is awed at the strength, agility and sheer ferocity of the dark stranger the village men drag through the gates of Mirdua, until she discovers their purpose in capturing him, for Mirdua no longer has men capable of breeding, and they have need of one–for her.
Rebelling the moment she discovers the stranger has lysea but contempt for the ‘honor’ they have in mind for him, and every intention of fighting them to keep his seed, Mali is given two unpalatable choices–she can either take the man’s seed, or she will be banished from the village. Since banishment is tantamount to a death sentence, it isn’t much of a choice Contains explicit, graphic sex, strong language, and violence. Brreder of MirduaJaegar of Pendrakin. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Breederplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Sep 25, Toni U. This story is very familiar. I read some thing like it many years ago. Mysterious hero is captured by some shady characters with the intent that he be used to impregnate the heroine. She helps him escape, after the deed is done of course, and he comes back and storms the castle and takes the former virgin back to his place as spoils of war, intent on retribution for stealing his sperm.
She learns that he is the big badass that everyone has heard of. She spends the rest of the book lamenting that Lydsa story is very familiar. She spends the rest of the book lamenting that breedder doesn’t love her. He’s angry that he thinks that she thinks he’s a monster. It was okay, but not really original. The ending is a little abrupt though.
It was pretty much bam, they’re married. Sex scenes were hot though. Favorite line during the “Hey you big stupid head, I knew l was destined for you” moment the hero says: View all 3 comments. May 04, Bastet rated it really liked it. I stand in awe of this woman and her storytelling.
She is as a bottomless fountain of ingenuity that carries one to magical worlds so varied and so fulfilling; an experience which can transform even my cranky, jaded self into a purring, happy-go-lucky individual. She is truly addictive and since I read all but 2 of O’Connor’s books, I’ve started hunting down her lesser-known books from h Oooh, I cannot praise Kaitlyn O’Connor and her various aliases enough, among which Lyssa Hart is one of them.
She is truly addictive and since I read all but 2 of O’Connor’s books, I’ve started hunting down her lesser-known books from her other pen names and discovered “Breeder”. I ahrt absorbed right away into the settings and into Mali’s story. Mali was raised in a village in the Barrenlands whose population is dwindling because of infertility and where the Council of Elders makes and enforces the laws.
Because fertile men and women are few, those that can reproduce must breed with different partners and the child belongs to the community and not the genitor. Mali does not even know her mother and father. Even though a receiver one of the few women that are fertileMali does not fit very well because she wishes for a meaningful relationship and the opportunity to choose for herself. Enter the prince in shinning armor who comes disguised as a savage and dragged in the village in chains.
It is decided that he will be the new breeder and inexperienced Mali must convince the uncooperative savage to give her a baby or she’ll be banished from the village.
Mali’s character is a charming mix of innocence, courage, caution and rebelliousness. I love how tumultuous the relationship between Mali and Jaegar the Ruthless is, and the first love scenes between a chained and obtinate Jaegar and lyesa determined but utterly inexperienced Mali are very very entertaining and memorable. Humourous moments abound, but the focus is on the world and relationship building.
Now, onward to the next Kaitlyn O’Connor book. Mar 18, Lucy rated it really liked it Shelves: Mali lives in a small peasant village on a planet so decimated by what, we don’t know, that few people are fertile anymore and men are in very short supply. Mali is a fertile young woman and has been chosen to breed with the man her town has captured from the outside, since he too has been deemed fertile.
A furious Jaegar has been chained to the floor and wants nothing to do with the village or the “honor” they have bestowed upon him. Mali is a virgin and so unsure of what she is doing, that she Mali lives in a small peasant village on a planet so decimated by what, we don’t know, that few people are fertile anymore and men are in very short supply. Mali is brreder virgin and so unsure of what she is doing, that she attempts to mate with Jaegar without foreplay and before he is ready, with hilarious results–or lack thereof.
It takes a couple more attempts on her part before she achieves the goal. Jaegar hates what has been forced upon him, but is attracted to Mali. But Jaegar reveals his true identity to one of the town council members, swearing reprisal upon the village. Mali does not understand the significance of his identity, but overhears the town council voting to kill him. Fearing for Jaegar’s life, she and goes to release him; and he immediately captures her and decides to take her with him after she tells him of the council’s plans.
He tells her later that he has taken the only thing good from the village Mali and will now kill the rest of them with his ships. Mali has a difficult time adjusting to his life because she is so uneducated. But in time, she comes to understand not only her new life but Jaegar and his treatment of her.
Not quite as enjoyable for me as this author’s other books this is another name Kaitlyn Breder writes underbut that was because I felt breeddr Jaegar basically abandoned Mali, while she was being “educated” and while awaiting their impending marriage. Once he began talking to her again, he ahrt his error and again began spending time with her and proving his lover for her.
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I still enjoyed the book and recommend it. Jul 01, Carolyn F. I had read Assassin’s Blade and didn’t care for it much. This was so much better. I may have upped my rating because I’m comparing it to Assassin’s Blade, but I think this book deserves it. It’s funny, romantic, sad. It has it all. I would recommend this book.
Jul 15, Christie rated it liked it Shelves: This would have to rate a 3. It started off really good but then it lost track towards the end. Maybe if it had been longer, it would have stayed as good as the beginning. After going to his home planet, she was pretty much left by herself and he acted like a jerk. He only told her what he wanted, when she tried to kill herself. Then it was bam, everything is fixed. Aug 09, Amyiw rated it it was ok Shelves: Seemed like there was a bunch of chapters missing and a wrap up that explains little.
May 12, Georgiana rated it really liked it Shelves: Just a quick note to recommend this book. It was one of the few instances where I laughed out loud from the written word. It’s got pretty good world building and very sexy interaction between the lead couple. The end falls a little flat but, all-in-all, it was a steamy and satisfying short read. Didnt like this one as much as I thought I would.
The ending kind of sucked and I thought the prince was an ass for his behavior. Oct 20, Ayune01 rated it really liked it. Jun 22, Gina bibliobuff rated it liked it Shelves: I was totally into this novella. Loved the twist, loved the conflict, loved the ending. I need to look into more by this author and see if she has any others set in this world.
May 15, Sunny rated it liked it. Not bad but I’m pretty sure the writer did not finish this. Jan 05, Elle Wagner rated it liked it Shelves: I would have given this 4 stars if not for the ending. I don’t get the hero’s actions and the reason he gives doesn’t make sense to me.