Welcome back to Saturday Spankings and Weekend Writing Warriors. I did not post for two weeks past because I was out of town. But I’m baaack…and so is Terran, the second book of the Breeder sci-fi romance series, which I debuted two weeks ago. Terran has been submitted to Loose Id, and I am anxiously awaiting a yay or nay on publishing.
This scene occurs early in the story. The hero (Marlix) is outside the heroine’s stall at a Bazaar and he is giving her the once-over. He is Parseon, she is Terran, and he does not like humans.
Marlix scrutinized the vendoress, clothed in a garish mottled green and brown uniform. “She walks like a male with an overabundance of confidence,” he denounced her and continued his appraisal. Terrans did not attain the height of Parseons, although this one’s legs stretched surprisingly long for a creature as small as she.
“That she does,” Urazi agreed, “but her…plumage…is quite,” he paused, struggling to extract a word to describe the shock of pink hair. “Fowl like.”
“Coro.” Marlix nodded. Even the bright feathers of the indigenous bird could not compare with the hues of the female’s hair or her bare right arm, which appeared to be purple.
Unofficial Terran Blurb:
As vigilante killings in protest of the heterodox Enclave and its deviant male-female couplings increase across Parseon, Commander Marlix seeks protective uniforms for his inner guard. The special composite fabric is only available from the Terrans, with whom his planet has an alliance. He expects to be repulsed by the vendoress of an alien race he loathes, but instead he is amused and attracted by the female’s bold appearance and brash behavior. When she is injured in an attack, he whisks her away to his underground bunker abode to recover. His intent is to help her, so he can’t understand. Why does she fight him so?
After fleeing loneliness and heartache on Terra, Tara Diehl has adjusted to male-dominated Parseon better than most vendors until she is kidnapped by an Alpha, one of the five rulers of the planet. At first she’s terrified of her tall, muscled abductor, especially when he doesn’t hesitate to quell her struggles with some force of his own. After all her methods and ploys to escape fail, she decides to seduce her way to freedom.
But outof seduction and subterfuge grow a true intimacy that cause both Marlix and Tara to take action that drives Parseon to the brink of civil war, and threatens their relationship and her life.
Terran, the second book in the Breeder sci-fi series, is a “capture” romance involving a domineering but hunky alien, a female with a bad dye job and an even worse attitude, graphic sex, and spanking.