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Preggers in Space

Narrated by: Rose Lane
Length: 40 mins

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Captain James T. Mitchell is now trapped in the body of his co-captain, Lana King, and has successfully undergone the first step of their mission to repopulate Earth! The aliens that have resurrected them have confirmed that he is definitely expecting a little bundle of joy, despite still adjusting to the new realities of life as a woman.

But that's not the only adjustment he has to make - living as Lana brings a whole host of other complications, such as having to obey the wishes of his new, male companion, and dealing with being only one of a harem of eager, nubile space women as the aliens continue to introduce new mating stock to the luxurious garden at the center of the ship. Even worse, he's starting to suspect that it may have been no accident that he wound up as Lana....

Is it possible that his co-captain stole his body and forced him to become one of the harem girls so that she could enjoy all the perks of being the harem ruler in their space garden? And what can James even do about it, trapped as he is in the helpless body of an expecting harem babe? He's going to have to get creative unless he wants to spend the rest of his life mating with his old body and the other girls, trapped and preggers on an alien space station!

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  • 18-04-19

Okay but not great. Misleading title.

This book is more of what I have come to expect from this author: a kinda forgettable story with sex scenes that are mostly just descriptions of people doing stuff to each other. What gets up my nose is the title - the book is called Preggers in Space, yet contains zero pregnancy (getting someone pregnant in the last scene does not count). These deceptive titles are frustratingly common here, and it gets a little tiresome for a preggophile.