Warrior (Breeder 3) is now live on all sales channels. Warrior is the romance between Anika and Urazi, who were secondary characters in the previous two books. It also concludes the series. Readers will find out what happened to the heroes and heroines from Breeder and Terran, as well as what the future holds for the women of Parseon.
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In a fight for survival, will love become the casualty?
On an alien planet where women are chattel, Anika must perform her duty and become the breeder of an Alpha Commander. Secretly in love with another man, she’s unable to accept the arrangement and runs away. Bound by his duty, her lover Urazi must bring her back to fulfill her responsibility. But as war breaks out, and their planet fights a desperate battle against a villainous despot, Anika and Urazi unite in determination to save their people. With their lives already on the line for disobeying orders, the forbidden love they share becomes the biggest danger of all.
An excerpt from Warrior
Anika clenched her hands and stared at the wall. She took a breath. “Marlix is sending me to Commander Ilian.”
“To become his breeder.”
An image of the Alpha using her, impregnating her, taking her in the way Urazi had denied himself, formed a haze that flooded his vision until Anika blanked out and all he saw was red.
“Did you hear what I said?”
“When?” he managed to grit out.
So. It was done.
He’d known Marlix had been trying to find someone willing to accept Anika, but had counted on her disgrace to lessen her prospects. Foolish to assume an Alpha could not achieve his aim.
But Ilian? Urazi never would have predicted placement with another Commander. They demanded breeders of purity, not soiled goods. Marlix had done well. Although Anika could never have status of her own, she would experience the honor of producing an Alpha’s sons. Ilian could give her what Urazi couldn’t.
“Alpha Marlix has made a wise decision. Commander Ilian is kind. To become his—” he broke off, unable to force breeder and its connotation past his lips. “To serve in his household is a great honor for a female.”
“That’s all you have to say?” She stared at him, her eyes huge in her face.
“I wish you many sons.” He forced the difficult words past his lips.