Breeding at the End of the World (Post-Apocalyptic Erotic Romance)

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 review
Along the way to becoming accomplished scientists, Greg and Jean had a quick fling that never blossomed into anything more. Then the aliens came and the world changed around them. Will their small team of scientists find any hope for the future of humanity? This erotic romance short story contains a post-apocalyptic relationship, a charming gangbang, and breeding for the future of the human race. More
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About Julianne Reyer

Julianne Reyer writes erotica and romantic genre fiction in her spare time, when she can shrug off the chains of her corporate job. She discovered erotica many years ago, after devouring Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles and then stumbling upon the, much naughtier, Sleeping Beauty books. Since then, her love of kinky fairy tales and paranormal romance has only deepened. Her writing is also influenced by her interests in LGBTQ fiction, sci-fi/fantasy, and retro pulp stories. She lives with her closest friend (who happens to be her husband), and some very peculiar pets.

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EM Desuvius reviewed on Oct. 10, 2012

I picked up Breeding at the End of the World, hoping to see what Reyer's erotica could do with a sci-fi setting as backdrop. I was pleasantly surprised to find sex and romantic ties binding not just two lovers, but an entire group of people.

In her post-apocalyptic future, mankind struggles against a mysterious alien threat. The survivors are all huddled in specialized living quarters. With the outside world a hostile place, one would think that existence would be pretty grim.

That's where this story surprised me. Reyer's characters have each other, and that makes all the difference, even in a world where survival is the chief obsession. The way the heroine and her group of men come together to breed doesn't smack of awkwardness at all. They have recognized their human duty, but their strong history together means that they can breed with fun and feeling.

That's exactly what happens in this book. The author excels at giving vivid and touching faces to every man involved in this group sex extravaganza with their sole woman, particularly the relationship between Greg and Jean.

I enjoyed this sultry futuristic novelette and recommend it to anyone with a taste for breeding. Breeding at the End of the World shows us that lust, love, and humor can rise from the gray ashes of a burned out world.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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