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Miranda had been snatched and packed for shipping so fast, she was still reeling with shock when the trader marched her and the other women he'd kidnapped from Earth into the compound on the strange, alien world. She discovered that was only the beginning, however. The Hirachi were nearing their spawning season. When the massive, golden skinned, dark haired warriors marcheMiranda had been snatched and packed for shipping so fast, she was still reeling with shock when the trader marched her and the other women he'd kidnapped from Earth into the compound on the strange, alien world. She discovered that was only the beginning, however. The Hirachi were nearing their spawning season. When the massive, golden skinned, dark haired warriors marched from the sea, she learned that the trader had brought her and the others to sell them to the Hirachi as breeders. Rating: Carnal--adult situations, frank language, graphic sexual encounters, multiple partners, spawning orgy, 'gang bang'....

Title : The Spawning
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ISBN : 2940000148457
Format Type : Nook
Number of Pages : 198 Pages
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The Spawning Reviews

  • Jacqueline
    2019-06-14 05:44

    I've been on a kick lately of looking for romances between an alien and a human. I took a chance on this one and liked it very much. First of all, I bought an ebook and the book was 283 pages long so good value for the money. I'm tired of paying $6 for a 80 to 100 page ebook. There were a few proofing errors but this ex-proofreader didn't get too upset so they weren't too annoying. Things I liked: this was not just an excuse for graphic sex. There was a lot of story before anyone got together. A real attempt was made to show an evolving relationship between the alien Hiratchi and the human women. Relationships between the women were explored although sometimes I still got them mixed up. Speaking of the sex, the guys were sharing because they out numbered the women 4 or 5 to one but there weren't any menage scenes. Each guy had separate time with their woman. The men were fairly distinct although Khan was more fully realized than the other three guys. There as a pretty good developement of the alien culture of the Hiratchi. Problems with the book were: twenty women were transported to this alien planet and not one of them had a useful skill. Some of the things they didn't know were pretty obvious. It took them months, for example, to attempt to smoke some meat so they weren't totally dependent on the Hiratchi bringing them fresh meat every other day. Hadn't they ever studied history at all? No one seemed to know how to make a fire or cook a meal. Another thing that was unrealistic was that they kept having problems because they were misunderstanding each other's actions. Still no one sat down with one of the aliens and said "okay you did this. What was that all about?" or "On Earth we do this. What do you do is the same situation?" Lots of misunderstandings could have been avoided. It drove the plot but was a bit unrealistic. On a final note that has nothing to do with the quality of the book is that the picture on the front totally does not match the story. These women were supposed to be tiny, mid chest to the aliens, but if this chick stood up she would tower over this guy. Just saying.

  • Krista
    2019-06-01 00:56

    I really enjoyed this novel. I was a bit hesitant at first, reading the description of the novel, it was so different from what I was used to reading. However, I decided that the account they gave was intriguing enough and the picture they painted of the sci-fi in the description was OUT OF THIS WORLD--it was utterly and absolutely intriguing. So I spent the money to buy the novel and at first I was like, "really, oh come on this is bogus! I mean ANOTHER PLANET, how can the author make this possible!" Gosh, how I was wrong. SO utterly wrong. She made the planet of the alien species sound like something we could reach out and touch. All of these thoughts went through my mind as I was reading, then all the sudden I didn't remember speaking them or even thinking them anymore. For I was completely engrossed in the story of Mrs. O'Conner. Nothing was as funny, unbelievable, and rebellious that was happening to the characters in my other novels! This novel was the introduction to my interest in sci-fi erotica fantasy fiction. I haven't turned back since. I love her other novels also! Yay Katilyn please don't stop writing!I highly recommend Kaitlyn O'Conner if one is looking for erotic fiction, an introduction or some steamy scenes that will have you jumping all over your man. Buy it (it's not much) you won't be sorry. Read in 2010

  • Coyora Dokusho
    2019-06-13 05:55

    Plot holes, antecedent confusion, still interesting though. Thank you for the existence of a plot and some depth/connection to the characters

  • Meka
    2019-06-10 05:38

    Surprisingly well done Okay so after reading book one, I wasn't sure about the time frame. But it was still a good story. I definitely couldn't put it down.

  • Helen Friend
    2019-06-02 04:54

    Great!Could not put this book down it could have been twice as long and I still would have been turning pages, loved the description of the underwater village it really caught my imagination. The beginning of the book about the abduction was very vivid brutal and well described I felt the women's terror. Would love to spend more time reading about this world.

  • Kim
    2019-06-08 22:32

    So cute!!!I really liked this story. I liked the female and male characters. It's cute how the author captured the difference in men and women's thinking, logic and miscommunication because of it. It was a fun story to read.

  • Kemunto24yahoo.Com
    2019-06-07 03:44

    I struggled alot with this one. There was too much explaining in the book and not enough conversation! There was also no chemistry between the characters. It was like reading a Sci-Fi documentary!!!

  • Hollie
    2019-06-02 01:59

    I enjoyed the alien world O'Connor built, but the communication between the two different species was awkward. Maybe she intended it that way since they are two different species.

  • Sierra
    2019-06-16 06:38

    Listen, I don't know what the fuck this was, but I enjoyed it while I read it. It's straight up porn, with a fair does of world-building but really no character involvement.

  • Tope_is_meyahoo.com
    2019-06-08 03:48

    Great bookThis is a great story.. I would recommend it to anyone who likes action, adventure and aliens in their love stories..

  • Crystal
    2019-06-08 22:53

    An interesting concept. Quite a different take on alien books. The setting was well done. The characters were great and the ending even better. Any alien romance fans would love this book.

  • BleuBelle
    2019-06-21 05:53

    As I said in my review for the first book, the writing style didn't appeal to me. I need more dialogues in my books. I don't want to read it all in monologue of the heroine. It gets boring in time.Miranda was a tough woman. I liked how she took the lead. But sometimes I just wondered about her. She had so many thoughts and fears, but did she do something about them? No! She just buries them and goes on with life. All these misunderstandings and hurts could have been avoided if she just opened her mouth and told her men how she felt and asked the questions.In book two Miranda lucked out. She's got 4 hulky alpha mens! Wow! Me too!Yeah, but let me tell you, 4 were 3 too many. Because I really didn't learn anything about them. They couldn't form any relationship with Miranda. They just declared she was theirs, then she was pregnant and then she had the babies.It was too rushed. I just got to know Khan. And a little bit of Teron. But the other two? Nothing. There was no time for falling in love, for creating a relationship, for caring. I didn't even know that she choose Adar too. There were no interactions decribed in this book with him. He was a total stranger to me.And when Khan comes and says "I love you Miranda" I'm like.. what just happend? How did it happen? And when? And why? I was totally in the dark. Yeah, it was like that.I just need to know more about the partners of the heroine. And I would love to see more interactions. (Not just in bed)

  • Becca
    2019-06-21 06:32

    It's been just over 3 years since I read the first book in this series, Genesis, but the second and third in the series were just as much fun despite the long gap. If anything many of the complaints I had about Genesis (mainly to do with writing style and mechanics) were less of a problem here, but only a little less. It is just such a guilty pleasure reading this classic capture fantasy story, that I was able to overlook most of the errors.Kaitlyn O'Connor writes erotic sci/fi with more world building detail than most. Sometimes the amount of detail given could be over the top, but I rather enjoyed that too. This story is based on the same world as Genesis, but it wasn't clear to me how much time had passed and there wasn't any reference to the characters in the previous book.Fun, erotic, and enough length to get your teeth into. I liked it well enough to buy and read The Gladiators right away. I feel compelled to point out the covers on the books in this series are pretty corny, awful really, and I'm ever so grateful I can read books like this on my kindle now rather than trying to hide the cover while reading.

  • Erin Kyle
    2019-06-26 02:47

    I like reading more about the Hirachi. Great world O'Connor's developed here. Very interesting to see the planet resume years (?) after the end of the first book. (I'm thinking years for two reasons: 1, because of the underwater village. Was it built already in book #1? and 2, I don't remember any characters from book #1 showing up in book #2...though it *has* been a while since I read the first book.) I've gotta say that I didn't like this second book as much as the first. It felt long and stringy, like O'Connor could've cut out *lots* of the middle section and focused more on the relationships instead of the world building.Again, it was good to see a take-charge, Alpha female lead.I was wondering where the big Problem was going to come from. Imagine my surprise when no such Problem ever arose. That was strange to contemplate, to be honest. So much focus on overcomplicated relationships. I do, however, really like the relational dynamic between Miranda and all of her men. I like that they mostly got equal treatment, and that there wasn't necessarily a tidy HEA with one man and one woman riding into the sunset.In this case, I was totally fine with four men and one woman swimming into the sunset. Good - not great - read.

  • Helen Jessica Mays
    2019-05-31 23:41

    This author's books are either a five star book or an one star book for me. This one was a five star book. I love alien abduction stories but the problem with them is to be able to forgive the heroes for abducting and possibly abusing the heroine at the beginning. In this book heroes had nothing to do with the abduction part, they bought them to save them mostly, so it made me start the book with a more positive note. Hiraci was nice and gentle towards the women, but they were really busy, so it wasn't like they have taken over their lives and took care of everything. This way we were able to read the women's troubles and struggles to survive, not really more romantic but more entertaining to read. There were lots of places I didn't get why didn't they just talk to each other to solve their issues by O'Connor's characters mostly like this, they prefer to talk to the readers for pages and pages instead of each other for five sentences. But I am not going to cut off any stars for this, since I knew it was going to be like this before reading the book, I am familiar with the author afterall, and have to accept that this style has a certain appeal to make me search for her books.

  • Rachel
    2019-06-19 00:53

    This cover... lol it doesn't get much worse. Unfortunately the book isn't any different. I was super bummed out because I really like Genesis (enslaved #1) but this book is not even close to the same quality. Miranda is a straight up bitch the entire book. I didn't think she was sassy or headstrong, or anything that could be construed as positive - she was a complete bitch. She threatened everybody constantly and I just didn't like her at all. Also if your looking for a menage this is not the right book for you. I was confused in Genesis when the same thing happened but ignored it but after seeing the same situation again I just think it is weird and uncomfortable. She essentially rotates the guys - its not one relationship that watch grow between 3/4/5 people its one girl having 4 independent different relationships at the same time. It's bizarre.

  • Cheri
    2019-06-23 00:42

    First read Oct 2011 but never left a review.After two unsatisfying books in a row, I decided to re-read one of my favorites. I enjoyed the creative world-building and Miranda's badass attitude. I love the she didn't take any crap from the 'bimbo' group. There was a lot of introspection in this story. A bit too much at times. I wished the human women would've sat down with Hirachi and ironed out their differences. It would've save everyone a lot of time and confusion. As a POC I could've done without the 1950s longing though. If you weren't a white man during that time, you were essentially screwed when it came to choices. The spawning scene was hilarious. I couldn't stop laughing. All in all, a great book. Love the writing, despite the editing errors. If the cover different, more people would buy this story.

  • Brenda
    2019-06-13 03:57

    Alien Romance is fast becoming one of my top fave genres and it's all Kaitlyn O'Connor's fault... This author has piqued my interest and now I salivate to devour her books with a hunger like no other. This tale has stimulated my senses and I can not get enough! I truly enjoyed the first book in this series and I loved this second book immensely! The first book flowed seemingly well, however the second book cascaded so smoothly that I didn't want to put it down and didn't want it to end at the same time!!! I'm loving the storyline in this series and the characters are so well rounded with their different personality traits...just Phenomenal!!!

  • Kiki
    2019-06-05 05:46

    I love Kaitlyn O'Connor's imagination and world building. I just wish her narrators didn't over think simple things so much. I've taken to skimming some of those sections.However, I love these Enslaved books, even if I think this one is a little weaker due most of the book being about misunderstandings. I understand the heroine is in a delicate position, however, at some point I wish she would start seeing her own worth to them instead of having it constantly pointed out by other people and work up the nerve to be straight forward, instead of avoiding questions she needed answered.

  • Cheri
    2019-06-08 03:45

    This is the second book in this series that I have thoroughly enjoyed. Absolutely loved Miranda and her tough take no prisoners attitude. She was tough yet soft at the same time. I like her four partners also and that they all had separate nights with her. I'm not a fan of menage scenes. Miranda's internal rambling got annoying sometimes and the constant misunderstandings. I kept saying 'if you want to know something, why not just ask the men?' The lack of communication was really irritating at times. But I have every intention of reading book 3.

  • JoHanna
    2019-06-18 01:32

    I'm surprised I enjoyed this book. I'm not a big fan of romance between multiple partners and this book was one woman who was "married" to four men. It took me half the book to get used to the idea and then by the ending i LOVED their relationship(s). It wasn't just physical. All the guys have their own personality and they are all different. With that being said she has a different bond with each of them. The love was real =). Def recommend this book even for those like me who get uncomfortable with a plural type of "marriage".

  • Carolyn F.
    2019-06-01 00:52

    Another good book by this author. Miranda is captured on Earth to be taken to one of the planets the Hirachi were left after they were freed. These Hirachi have never seen Earth women but are determined to free them because they were enslaved at one time. Then there miscommunications between the two cultures and then all that ends well. The ending was a little startling with at least one person dying as an aside whom I liked. I would recommend this series/author.

  • Shauna
    2019-06-17 23:54

    I liked it, it aloud us to see more of there habitat and what the babies would turn out like. Plus it had realistic moments which i liked alot too, even though the constant mixed signals they were getting could have bin avoided alot faster still it moved the plot along. I would like to know how the next generation does.

  • Elb4966
    2019-05-27 00:38

    The story has promise, which is why I completed it. However, the characters personalities did not match how the author described them. I did not like how one dimensional the women were or how the author had them having no worth or value besides their ability to had sex. The author needs to do a better study of people and their interactions before she attempts to write another novel.

  • Smokinhotbooks K.C.
    2019-05-26 05:56

    I love me some Kaitlyn O'Connor. I really can't get enough of this author's sci-fi erotic romances. Although not as good as the first book I stayed up until the wee hours of the morning to finish it.PS Miranda gets not one but 4 males *bits lip*

  • Beth Despres-mach
    2019-06-20 23:45

    Loved this book, series and author. Couldn't find this title on Amazon so hunted it down on Goodreads, purchased it here and gobbled it right up, it's exciting and the story doesn't stall or get stale. Very much worth the purchase and read, recommend it highly!

  • Gabriela
    2019-06-16 04:39

    A fun, descriptive and rather fast read. I'm not particularly fond of the abduction part but the ending was classical and nice. A definite worth read for anyone who went through the first novel in the series because it's bound to keep them entertained.

  • Linda
    2019-06-19 06:50

    Miranda gets abducted with other women and being sold to strange men at a far away planet. Not knowing what´s happening, everything is strange and unknown. Cultural clash and learning to live with what life gives you. Smutty fluff, multiple partners and Hirachi men spawning.

  • Midnight Sapp
    2019-06-07 23:59

    I really like this one. We learn more about the Hirachi culture. Loved Miranda's four males. The only problem was the lack of communication between the two cultures. The cover is really bad. Besides that, I really enjoy the story, is very different from other erotic alien romance stories.

  • Del Pichler
    2019-06-24 06:58

    I love this book , main character is tough , sassy love all the male characters .Great read