Review: The Prince’s Consort by Revella Hawthorne (Bred For Love Book 1)

Blurb:
In a world where humans are genetically designed, altered and sold for sexual pleasure and breeding, a young prince of the powerful Cassian Dynasty decides to take a mate and sire heirs. Not wishing to saddle himself with royal and meddlesome in-laws, and a wife he would have no desire to bed, Prince Edward goes to Heritage Breeders, and finds far more than just a warm body to sate his lust and carry on his lineage.

Percy is the result of a master DNA architect designing himself his own personal sex slave and breeder. Yet when his creator and Master dies, leaving Percy alone at the mercy of the callous stable masters and the new owner of Heritage, he fears his future. Afraid he’ll be bought by a wretched old man or a deviant monster, Percy is terrified when he is dragged from his cell and presented to the most prestigious client Heritage has ever welcomed…a Cassian Royal.

Prince Edward is immediately infatuated with the shy, nervous and enchantingly beautiful Percy, and claims him for his own. Yet not everyone is pleased by a royal purchasing a breeder, especially one like Percy, and tensions rise both in Heritage and in the palace.

Torn between desire, duty, a king’s command and the innermost desires of their hearts, Edward and Percy are set on path that is anything but easy. Can Percy trust Edward with his heart as he does his body? Can Edward keep an angry king and unseen enemies away from the young slave who is steadily stealing his heart?

And what happens when Nature takes its course, and sex leads to more than just pleasure?

Review:
This story was fabulous! There’s a fascinating mix of modern technology and historical ideals, thinking, and laws. Plus a monarchy that has followed the same blood line for a thousand years. All in a world completely its own. I loved Percy and his child like innocence. He knows very little of the world around him due to how he was created and raised. But he’s also aware enough to infer meaning and understand the emotions behind what’s going on even if he doesn’t completely get the details. The whole idea behind genetically modifying humans to have varying types of breeders is so interesting. You couldn’t help but be horrified though at how they’re treated in the breeding houses. Edward was such a sweet person. He treats Percy like a human being right from the start, and you can tell how much he loves Percy though he’s not ready to admit it yet. Their story is just getting started though it does end in a logical place here. I can’t wait to read the next book to find out what happens with these two and why Edward’s father had such an abrupt turn around in his thinking. There’s more going on and book two will hopefully tell us what that is.
Stars:
Four

Teaser:

Excerpt:
“I would prefer a male, smaller than me, handsome, with a degree of intelligence and personality. I’m not interested in having sex with someone who’s no more than an attractive machine that bends over on command, so please take intelligence into account. Although, I do prefer some obedience, as I will be breeding my prospective mate often, so having to seduce or force holds little appeal. I have no need for my mate to have fertile sperm, as I will not be the one carrying the offspring, of course. And I don’t feel like explaining to my staff why my breeder is mounting the maids when I’m not around.”

Edward listed off his requirements, watching as Mr. Wimble slowly stopped typing, and began to stare at him in some consternation. Edward wasn’t going to apologize for that last statement, either. He’d seen the results of an unruly and fully fertile male breeder decimate the staff at one of the estates neighboring his out in the country, knocking up several of the maids and female upper staff that had contact with him. His neighbors eventually had him removed after it was discovered what was going on, and Edward never found out exactly what was done to the breeder, but he could guess he wasn’t at some farm working the fields. Castration and slavery, or death. That type of breeder was one of the very rare, non-child-bearing male breeders, called ‘sires’, who were hyped up with testosterone and temperamental, usually used by the breeding houses to continue the in-house stock lines. Edward wondered at the time how the breeder ended up out in the country at a noble’s family estate, but the current Court was full of fools, so he really shouldn’t be surprised.

He had strict needs he wanted met. Any potential mate would be the parent of his future children, so slacking on the finer details wasn’t an option. Not for a royal, and not for him.

“I have several candidates that may fit your needs, Your Highness. Are you interested in viewing today? I can have them pulled from the stables within the next hour for your inspection if you care to wait. Shall I summon a maid for luncheon?”

About Revella:
Revella Hawthorne is an erotica author and fanfiction addict who enjoys putting the naughty visions in her head down on paper, and then giggling feverishly while watching people read them for the first time. (The initial reaction NEVER gets old!) Thank goodness for her betas, otherwise she’d have no barometer for just how delicious her stories actually are.

Author Contact:
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Revella-Hawthorne/e/B00VKSP2SG/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/13845899.Revella_Hawthorne
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Revella-Hawthorne/742177039236198?fref=ts

Where To Buy:
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Bred-Love-Princes-Consort-Novella-ebook/dp/B00VKGJPFO/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

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