Dr. Gabrielle LaPlante regretted signing
on to work as the forensic anthropologist for the South
American dig almost as soon as she arrived on site. The
natives watched her strangely, the weather sucked, and she was
too much of a loner to enjoy the cramped quarters. Yet the
worst was when she somehow wound up trapped in a temple for
what appeared to be a fertility god, especially when she has a
wet dream about said god!
Anka felt her as soon as she neared his
resting place, the forced slumber broken by some unnamed
feeling when she was near. Engineering her visit to his
temple, Anka cannot resist the beautiful woman. He follows
her home to bestow upon her the greatest privilege…bearing his
child. But first he needs a human body. Will he be able to
find one that pleases his chosen?
Breeding Ground is an
interesting tale. Gabrielle is a modern woman with a lot of
baggage from her past. Her struggles as an orphan and her
subsequent decision to “become” someone have made her the
special woman that she is. Anka recognizes the goodness in
this foreign woman and wants her as his own, to be the bearer
of his child. Yet he soon discovers that while he’s
slumbered, many things have changed. The sexual encounters
are sizzling hot and because of Anka’s search to “find” a
pleasing body for Gabrielle, interesting, to say the least.
Although I enjoyed getting to know these two and their
idiosyncrasies, I did often wonder why Gabrielle continued in
her strange relationship with Anka. Ms. Montague will make
you sit up and take notice as Gabrielle pieces together the
past in order to realize what she truly wants from Anka.