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. 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. Read “Breeder” by Cara Bristol with Rakuten Kobo. She was only meant to be the Alpha Commander’s slave but she became his everything. High Commander.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Warrior by Cara Bristol. Between war and duty, they find love… On a planet where women are chattel, Anika is to be delivered to become the mate of an Alpha Commander. Secretly in love with another, she is unable to accept the arrangement and flees.
Bound by his duty, her lover Urazi intends to bring her back to fulfill her function. But war intervenes, and as their planet fights a desperate battle Between war and duty, they find love… On a planet where women are chattel, Anika is to be delivered to become the mate of an Alpha Commander. But war intervenes, and as their planet fights a desperate battle against a villainous despot, Anika and Urazi become united in their determination to save their people.
But with their lives on the line, the love they share may become the biggest risk of all. The third book of the Breeder science fiction romance series, Warrior can be read as a stand-alone.
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I loved Anika, she carra definitely a warrior. I loved how she was determined brisrol live the life she wanted and not the one that was forced upon cra. As I’ve said in my reviews of the two prior books this planet they live on woman are treated as low as cattle. They are used strictly for breeding and as vessels for sexual release and its always against their will. Urazi was amazing too.
Although his relationship was differe 4. Although his relationship was different from other Alpha and Betas and he was more of an equal to Marlik I loved how in his heart he also longed for more. As strange as it was to the both of them Urazi and Anika start of as friends which is completely unheard of. I love how they progressed to lovers and how Urazi actually started to treat Anika as an equal. The ending is wrapped up really nicely and I hope this author adds more stories to this new world they live in now.
She has a knack for describing the planets, the inhabitants, animals, customs, and mannerisms that allow the reader to envision it all. The inhabitants of Parseon are larger than Terra and have divided the area into five main government areas, each with a High Commander. Within the various commanders, the adage about keeping your friends close and your enemies closer are prevalent.
There are no marriages, as on Terra, but instead, an Alpha male will have a male beta partner, and they enter into a anointed union. If the Alpha wishes to procreate, he will buy a breeder slave for that purpose.
A breeder is also under the authority of the beta, where he is free to use her anally for his pleasure. While the planet Parseon is under the order of Protocol, war has become an issue, with Commanders Qalin and Artom trying to take control of the sectors of Commanders Dak, Marlix, and Illian.
Marlix has made arrangements for his sires female, Anika, to become the breeder of Breedeg. As a female, a breeder, she has no say or control over the matter. Anika has defied protocol already by being with a beta, Jernigan, and living at the Enclave; she is determined she will make her own way again. The plot will have Anika, with the help of Tara, leave Marlix compound and attempt to live on her own.
She will encounter many obstacles, especially in the form of men who take what they want or attempt to. Uriza was beta and shared an anointed bond with Marlix, but they did not engage in the practice deemed by Protocol of a sexual relationship.
It was also acceptable for them to hire a female and use her anally for their pleasure. Only an Alpha is allowed to procreate with a breeder female, to produce bristlo. When Anika flees, Uriza wants to go after her, especially when he learns that the enemy has a bounty on any of the Commanders or their household.
When Marlix refuses his request, it will cause Uriza also to go rouge, and this will become their story. The tale is full of the trials, hardships, dangers, and unpleasant atrocities of the war, the status of women, betas, and alphas.
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Both Anika and Uriza will be forced to take drastic measures to stay alive and head of danger. Why was it considered perverse? That each person is an individual and should not be judged by the sex they were born, or status in training, but by their worth as an individual.
Anika may have been born a female, sent to a breeder facility, abused by men, but she proved she was a fighter for herself, for other women, and for the future of Parseon. Rules sometimes must be broken for the greater good and a forbidden love is the greatest motive and reward. I received an e-copy of this book and voluntarily am provided an honest review.
All thoughts, opinions, and ratings are my own. Nov 01, Christine rated it really liked it Shelves: I had really enjoyed the other books in the “Breeder” series, and I’m happy that “Warrior” turned out to be just as good as the first two. We met both Anika and Urazi in “Terran.
Urazi, Marlix’s beta, fears for her life, so he pursues her, even though he knows that as a beta, he has no claim on her.
Warrior (Breeder 3)
He soo I had really enjoyed the other books breeer the “Breeder” series, and I’m happy that “Warrior” turned out to be just as good as the first two. He soon tracks her down, but they’re forced to disguise themselves as enemy Alphas to escape detection.
And it’s while they’re in disguise that they discover who they really are, and that their destinies are not a fixed path. The challenges they face begin a process of great change for both of them — leaving behind their dependent and subservient roles. It’s great to see Anika become so confident in her abilities and her choices. And it’s wonderful to read along as Urazi learns to appreciate the new woman she’s becoming, while he’s growing into a strong and assured Alpha.
It’s a great story.
There’s plenty of action and suspense to move the plot along, and plenty of hot sex to move Anika’s and Urazi’s relationship along as well. This is my least favourite of the series. Its not as romantic as the others.
Its more about Anika proving she is a competent woman. I did really enjoy that aspect of it as well. Omra and Tara were more of push overs than Anika. I liked that Anika was the first to question a man’s right to punish a woman.
I am pretty sure that Dak and Malik still spank their women. I doubt Anika will let Urazi do that anymore.
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It would have been a nice step for someone to have said that Anika was an Alpha or some This is my least favourite of the series. It would have been a nice step for someone to have said that Bfeeder was an Alpha or something alone those lines. Something to prove that women are equal to men. Although Parseon has made great progress and that is great. Oct 16, Lisa Medley rated it it was amazing Shelves: I am still thinking about this book. I was on the edge of my seat for most of this ride.
I worried for Anika. I worried for Urazi. I worried for Parseon!
Alpha Commander Qalin was absolutely the worst…in the best kind of way. I loved getting to meet more of the aliens and brefder even deeper into the alien culture breder fauna of Parseon. Still happy to be a Terran, but Anika, Omra and Tara can visit anytime. The third and final story was one that piqued my curiosity since both hero and heroine were known to me in the earlier books. Plus, the civil war on Parseon between ideologies definitely has my vested interest.
It was britol great showdown briwtol more ways than one. Yes, as I noted, earlier, Warrior is the third book in the exciting and passionate domestic discipline sci-fi Breeder series. It relies on the reader’s knowledge of the Breeder universe not to mention it is the culmination of what the earlier The third and brreeder story was one that piqued my curiosity since both hero and heroine were known to me in the earlier books.
It relies on the reader’s knowledge of the Breeder universe not to mention it is the culmination of what the earlier two stories were building toward so not a good candidate for standalone or out of order. Anika, a Parseon breeder, has led an interesting life and wishes to continue along a path she has been blazing. She wants freedom above all things even when it doesn’t make sense or isn’t safe.
This was her quest to achieve it. Urazi a great Alpha Commander’s former beta and now at loose ends, is at a fork in the road, too. He quietly and steadily is headed in the bristoo direction as Anika. She blazes a trail with a ‘come hell or high water’ attitude and gets into trouble each move she makes with Urazi coming along to get her unstuck even while she pulls him along in her wake.