Breed Her by Jenika Snow

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Breed Her by Jenika Snow
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (37 pgs)
Other: F/M/M/M, Anal Play, Forced Seduction, Spanking, Voyeurism
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Verbena

Rylan, Zarek, and Soran come from a planet of fire and stone. One known as hell itself. They are violent warriors, born and trained to be killers. But they need to breed, and with no females to claim on their planet, they must purchase one at the auctions.

Tessa is a human—an almost extinct race. After she is captured by slave traders, she is thrust upon an auction block. But one male seems intent on having her, and makes it known she is his. He is a giant with fire-colored skin, black soulless eyes, and onyx-tipped wings. It is only when she is inside Rylan’s lair that Tessa realizes it isn’t one warrior that wants her, but his twin brothers, too. Can she accept her fate and the fact the three alien males are intent on breeding with her?

Auctioned off like cattle, the unfortunate females of this story who find themselves unlucky enough to end up on the auctioneer’s block can only pray for a buyer who might have more use for them than a mere pleasure slave. Tessa was one of these ill-fated ladies and soon finds herself staring into the black, soulless eyes of her new master. While his outward appearance scares the crap out of her, what she doesn’t anticipate is her body’s immediate response to him. Massive and powerfully built, the creature looks like the devil himself and Tessa can’t help but wonder if she hasn’t just become Satan’s concubine.

As Rylan scans the offerings up for bid, his gaze lands on a single human female and his perusal comes to a screeching halt. Something about her heats his blood and sends an instant response to his nether regions; he knows right then and there that she will be his. After bidding an ungodly amount to ensure his winning, he scoops her up and flies home—literally. While he has no doubt this small woman understands what it is he wants from her, what she doesn’t know is he has two other brothers who plan on sharing her as well. Despite her small stature, he knows her body is meant for theirs and looks forward to all the pleasure and offspring she will provide them.

Breed Her is one of those stories that focuses mainly on one of the basic needs for survival of a race: reproduction. However, there is an underlying story behind it all that may be easy to miss. Rylan makes his purpose of purchasing Tessa very clear from the beginning. There are no promises of love or affection. However, he does imply that aside from her expected duty to meet their sexual needs that he and his brothers will provide for her and take care of her, which is more than she’s had in life thus far. In this world, humans are a dying breed; this might be the only promise of a somewhat safe and stable life, despite the carnal requirements.

While Tessa’s predicament seems almost cruel at first, she doesn’t seem too upset over the whole situation and quickly falls into bed with the three brothers. And I do mean all three, at the same time. While only one gets the initial privilege of getting to have vaginal intercourse with her, the other two certainly make due with various other options to share her and don’t seem to mind. In fact, they all seemed quite happy to watch each other do just about everything else imaginable with her body.

Even though the story certainly drew up some animalistic urges of my own, I found the multiple editing errors and point of view violations a bit distracting. There was no flaw with the storyline itself—I quite enjoyed it—but it could use a bit more editing to correct these things. I think one of the things I found most appealing about Breed Her is it made no empty promises or concealed the premise behind everything. We knew what Rylan wanted right from the get go and he wasted no time in achieving it. He wanted a female to breed with, and he got one. His mannerisms weren’t cruel or demeaning, he just made no qualms about what he expected from Tessa. While some women might be offended by this, Tessa seemed perfectly okay with it, which made accepting the plot much easier for me.

All in all, if you’ve ever fantasized about being powerless, held captive—and not necessarily against your will—and ravished by three men with gorgeous bodies and ample endowments, at the same time, then you may just enjoy Breed Her by Jenika Snow. While this story doesn’t really get into a lot of emotions, a little addition at the end gives us a peek into what Tessa’s life is like a few years down the road. Seems to me she’s pretty happy with her lot in life. Can’t say that I blame her.

It’s a very quick read so be prepared to finish it in one setting. Just be forewarned, the author’s writing is very descriptive and provocative. So take heed of when and where you choose to embark upon this erotic journey. If you expect to be stimulated, Ms. Snow certainly delivers in a highly erotic tale of lust, need, and possession. My thanks to the author for an enjoyable story that reminded me that sometimes, a good story can be just about sex.

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