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Breeding Rights: A Virgin Cinderfella Romance

Narrated by: Bishop King
Length: 5 hrs and 4 mins
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Summary

OWEN

I learned early on to keep my expectations low. Somehow, I keep ending up disappointed anyway. Like now: I finally have an alpha, and I bet I could take him in a fight. 

I’m no expert, but I don’t think that’s how that’s supposed to work.

Everything seemed good at first. Or as much as it was ever going to be, auctioned off to a strange alpha so I could pop out their litter. But hey, in this time of mysteriously low birth rates, we fertile omegas are a prized commodity - emphasis on the commodity. (No, I’m not bitter. Why do you ask?)

So hot rugged alphas came from all over to sniff me and tell me I’m pretty, my breeding price paid for my mom’s medical expenses, and no one cried at my farewell party. Or came. Whatever.

Then I found out my new alpha was a dud.

Seriously, are defective alphas a thing? Cuz I think mine’s broke. Sure, he sweats pure testosterone, he’s got muscles for days, and he can brood with the best of them. But instead of mindlessly ravishing me, he wants to take me on dates. Instead of thumping his chest with his beta bros, he reads to children. And with war breathing down our necks, he wants to…talk peace?

The weirdest thing is, I’m starting to see the appeal. Maybe the old ways aren’t always right. Maybe I can have more than just my duty to this strange alpha. Maybe I could have his love too.

Now just gotta keep from getting murdered....

DANTE

I was never supposed to be alpha. I’m not sure I was even supposed to be a wolf.

I was always too soft, too serious. Too busy dreaming of a calm, peaceful life surrounded by kids to boast about my conquests.

I know I’m not what Owen expects. I should be used to it, but it bothers me anyway. Even stepping up as alpha couldn’t get me to change who I was, and yet, I want to change for this snarky little omega I could break with my pinkie. Something about him makes me want to growl and mark my claim, til he looks at me with lust, want, need in his expressive eyes.

He brings out the beast in me, and its everything I never wanted to be.

But with murders and betrayal and war all around me, maybe it's what I need to be....

This tale of mixed up alphas and omegas is 50,000 words of action and mpreg all topped off with a HEA for listeners over 18!

©2018 Shehan Peiris (P)2018 Shehan Peiris

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-10-18

Sexy Werewolves...need I say more?

Okay, so this was my first Mpreg book, but not my first rodeo by any means. I've been pouring through this publisher's catalog and decided to go out on a limb with something new. Honestly, I thought the story was great without the Mpreg elements or even the werewolf aspect, but werewolves are always hot, so that's a bonus. I really enjoyed the buildup between the boys and I think it was perfect the way the voice actor did their voices, where the alpha sounded more gritty, yet there was a contrast...

...well, I don't want to say too much. I will say that I recommend it and I'm glad I tried this one out.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-10-18

Great story, but wanted more. . .

I really like where Preston Walker and Liam Kingsley took this story, but they've created something here that they could have gone much further with. I do recommend the book, but you might find yourself wanting more. . .which isn't a bad thing. There's an underlying story here that needed to be said, and I think it was, yet the world they've created with this title almost begs to have more done with it. So what I'm saying is that there is a feeling a completion and satisfaction when you get to the end, but it's also like any other fairy tale where you don't want it to end. . .if that makes any sense.

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  • Keith b miller
  • 15-10-18

it was so great

you will love it too the story is so much that you will never now we're it is going I love this story it is so worth it you will not be disappointed

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  • save our wildlife
  • 07-12-18

refreshing

This was a different sort of alpha,and it was refreshing. The characters are both complicated,one is feeling undervalued except for his ability to bear young and the other wants romance and is waiting for the right one. It's not instalove and the struggle to understand each other makes it worth the listen.

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  • Violet Marshall
  • 07-12-18

Story Okay Narration Acceptable

An intriguing book the writing was good. The plot was entertaining and it was steady throughout the book. I found the story and characters interesting. The characters were developed and thought out. Dante and Owen are the MC’s of this book. The narration was by Bishop King who is a new narrator to me. The narrators voice didn’t work for me. Unfortunately, I am very picky about voices. I think that it could’ve worked better if he had different voices. He did the narration by reading the book and not with distinctly different voices for each character. He wasn’t monotone but didn’t have big highs and lows in the flow of the story and speech. I voluntarily read an advance copy of this book for an honest review.

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  • Karen
  • 06-12-18

Okay story, a bit rough around the edges still.

This is a story set in a shifter mpreg world. The world-building itself is left a bit vague, but there’s a whole cast of secondary characters to help create a sense of pack and family.

Owen is a bit world-weary and takes a dim view of the people around them. By nature he’s very affectionate, but his pack is closed off, cold even to one another, and so he has no one to turn to and be himself with. When he is basically sold to Dante, he thinks he knows what he’s in for… but he finds he might need to adjust his preconceived notions. For the better.

Dante is a caring, well-meaning alpha with a soft heart, but not perhaps as clever or insightful as I like to see in a leader/alpha figure. His kind and naïve disposition hinders him, because it makes him blind to some of the dangers surrounding his pack. His insecurities also make him easy to manipulate.

There were a couple of things that bugged me, the villain gets off scot free basically and Dante makes some mistakes that result in unnecessary pain and upheaval for Owen and their pack. The writing style is okay, but not great. I could have done without the constant repetition of “he said/I said”. Even more noticeable in audio, I fear.

Narration: the narrator has a warm and expressive voice, which made for a pleasant listening experience. The only thing I was a bit disappointed by is that he didn’t use different voices for both main characters. Or if he did, it was too subtle for me to pick up on.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-01-19

perfect

I loved it it was a great book, but I just wish it was longer.

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  • AG
  • 05-12-18

This book was okay

This story was not really for me. Owen has felt unloved and on the outside for so long but Dante gives him the chance at real happiness. Dante is not your typical alpha but can get the job done when it’s needed.

First the werewolves were much different in this story and that threw me off. There was just so much that didn’t line up quite for me and never connected with the characters.

Bishop King’s narration of this story was nice. Unfortunately I didn’t feel that his voices were consistent for the character throughout the story.

I received a copy of this book and am giving an honest review.

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  • Samantha Cato
  • 05-12-18

Good one!

I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this particular book! I don't think I have read anything by Liam Kingsley or Preston Walker so I didn't know what to expect going into it. I know I haven't listened to a nararation by Bishop King. I really thought he did a good job of bringing these characters to life and I will certainly listen to him in the future! I enjoyed the story line and thought that the main characters had plenty of chemistry...really enjoyed it!

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  • Georgiana
  • 03-12-18

Short and Sweet

I want to get to know you, but not at the expense of you feeling uncomfortable. ~Dante

You're so sweet Dante. ~ Owen

This story was just that, sweet. With the little bit of drama, misunderstanding, and even the fighting the story has a nice and tender feel to it.

Owen came from a pack where feelings were not something to show, especially in public. Dante's pack is anything but closed off about feelings, and this causes a huge misunderstanding between the two men when Owen turns to another for guidance.

I really enjoyed both Owen and Dante. I found the type of Alpha Dante was to be refreshing and a nice change. I enjoyed seeing a tender side.

I enjoyed the narrators voice and thought he did a decent job.

I'm not sure I agree with the change in Owens mom, but it is what it is.