Breeders

Breeder Mali is awed at the strength, agility and sheer ferocity of the dark stranger the village men drag through the gates of Mirdua, until she discovers their purpose in capturing him, for Mirdua no longer has men capable of breeding, and they have need of one for her Rebelling the moment she discovers the stranger has nothing but contempt for the honor they have inBreeder Mali is awed at the strength, agility and sheer ferocity of the dark stranger the village men drag through the gates of Mirdua, until she discovers their purpose in capturing him, for Mirdua no longer has men capable of breeding, and they have need of one for her Rebelling the moment she discovers the stranger has nothing but contempt for the honor they have in mind for him, and every intention of fighting them to keep his seed, Mali is given two unpalatable choices she can either take the man s seed, or she will be banished from the village Since banishment is tantamount to a death sentence, it isn t much of a choiceBlood Sin Nicole is a woman with a mission retrieve the golden seed of an Elumi known to flourish even in the womb of a woman unable to conceive Gideon refuses to donate, which leaves her no alternative but to steal it The vengeance of an infuriated Elumi, she discovers, can be interesting.
Breeders Breeder Mali is awed at the strength agility and sheer ferocity of the dark stranger the village men drag through the gates of Mirdua until she discovers their purpose in capturing him for Mirdua n

  • Title: Breeders
  • Author: Lyssa Hart Kimberly Zant
  • ISBN: 9781452810287
  • Page: 373
  • Format: None
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    1. Oooh, I cannot praise Kaitlyn O'Connor and her various aliases enough, among which Lyssa Hart is one of them. I stand in awe of this woman and her storytelling. She is as a bottomless fountain of ingenuity that carries one to magical worlds so varied and so fulfilling; an experience which can transform even my cranky, jaded self into a purring, happy-go-lucky individual. She is truly addictive and since I read all but 2 of O'Connor's books, I've started hunting down her lesser-known books from h [...]

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