What’s the sense of writing a science fiction if you don’t break new ground? Writing Terran, the second book in the Breeder series was an adventure, and again I took some risks. Readers can expect to see the same male-dominated Parseon world in Terran, although the stakes have gotten even higher. There is romance, hot sex, spankings–and death and destruction.
However, there are some differences in the second book. To start with, it’s a capture romance. The hero abducts the heroine. And despite the seriousness of the book, a thread of humor runs through the novel resulting from the hero’s unfamiliarity with Terran ways.
In Breeder, readers learned that Marlix was an outspoken opponent of the Parseon’s alliance with the Terrans, the deviant Enclave and it was hinted at that he was violent and brutal, but in Terran, you’ll learn the truth and see a side to Marlix you didn’t expect.
The spanking in Terran is more typical of spanking romance, than it was in Breeder.
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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 for freedom with some force of his own. After all her methods and ploys to escape fail, she decides to seduce her way to freedom.
But out of 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 threaten not only their relationship but their lives.
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.