Breeder, erotic sci-fi romance (with spanking) under contract with Loose Id!

Loose Id, the publisher of my Rod and Cane Society domestic discipline series, has contracted Breeder, my erotic science fiction romance. I submitted a partial a few weeks ago and signed the contract on Saturday.

Breeder is domestic discipline novel, but it is also a complex study of gender roles and what society considers to be normal. It includes nonconsensual spanking, violence, and M/F and M/M sex scenes. It will be about 60,000 words. I’m still in the process of revising and polishing and plan to send the final to Loose Id the beginning of August.

I am considering making this a trilogy, The Parseon series.

Unofficial Breeder Blurb

Dak and Omra belong to an alien humanoid aggressive race who live on the “androcentric, androsocial” planet Parseon where male domination is enforced by law. This “Protocol” separates the Parseon race into castes. The five Alpha Commanders rule at the top. Beneath them are the alphas, the males deemed dominant, and below them, are the betas, males who serve as the submissive domestic partners to the alphas. Only alphas may pass on their genetic material by bearing offspring. Females are slaves relegated to breeding and ancillary sexual outlets.

Alpha Commander Dak needs a son. He purchases a breeder named Omra with the intention of impregnating her and then handing her off to his beta Corren. Only Corren hates her. And Dak falls in love with her and begins to question everything he was taught, jeopardizing not only his anointed union with Corren, but all of Parseon.

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I’ve posted a couple of excerpts from Breeder on my blog previously.

Excerpt one (the beginning)

Excerpt two

 

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8 Responses to Breeder, erotic sci-fi romance (with spanking) under contract with Loose Id!

  1. Sue Lyndon says:

    Hooray! Congrats, Cara! 🙂

  2. Congrats Cara!!! Can’t wait to get my hands on it.

  3. Congratulations Cara, looking forward to this, love the “Breeder Blurb” ❊

    • Cara Bristol says:

      Thanks, Joseph. I still need to work on blurb, but I think it gives a good idea of the story and conflict.

  4. Congratulations Cara! What an interesting concept. Can’t wait to find out more.

    Do you find that doing something completely different from Rod and Cane makes the Rod and Cane books better and vice versa?

    • Cara Bristol says:

      I think it does help to keep the stories fresh. My main reason for writing it was that I could not avoid writing it. The story was so strong in my head, it wouldn’t leave me alone. I had to write it to make it go away. LOL.

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