Breeding Ground by Jaid Black
Review: Normally I really enjoy reading Jaid Black’s romance books, mostly because its nice not to have to think all that much when reading her books. And I also just like to read a smutty book now and again for fun and relaxation.
But the entire time I was reading this I was just irritated and felt that with this kind of plot, going back in time where females rule and men are their slaves. That their might be more to it then just having men as sex slaves. But sadly no, the lack of any real depth or character/plot development really kind of ruined this book for me. The entire time I was reading I just felt like I was wasting my time.
Favorite quote: N/A
Would I? Reread? Nope. Tell other to read? Nope.
Rating: 1 out of 5 stars.
Edition:Paperback, 214 pages.
Adult. Fiction. Fantasy. Romance. Mature Themes. Mature Content. Science Fiction. Erotica.
Published October 13th 2004 by Ellora’s Cave Publishing, Inc.
Summary:Commander Alexandria Frazier headed up NASA’s first deep-space mission to search for other habitable planets in distant galaxies. Where only two years have passed by for the crew of the Methuselah, fifteen hundred years have ticked by on Earth. Alex and her crew were prepared for that eventuality. What they weren’t prepared for was a nuclear war and the resulting catastrophic meteor shower that sent them hurling into Earth’s very distant, eerie future. Welcome to earth in the year 100,000,007 A.D. Prepare to scream.
-Summary from GoodReads.com