The Fisherman and the Sperm Thief by Lizzie Newell
(Fenrian Tales)

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"This winning science fiction romance revolves around a seafaring civilization with three women for every man. The story is powered by vivid and visionary world building. The erotic scenes fall well short; they’re rushed and lack real passion. Readers will find a satisfying story that is both entertaining and thought-provoking."
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On a planet with three women for every man, eugenicists believe Teakh Noahee is innately nurturing, monogamous, and altruistic. Teakh’s DNA, coded for altruism, may hold the key to male survival on the harsh ocean planet of Fenria. He could father a generation of men willing to sacrifice themselves for others, but Teakh has no knowledge of the plans. Unaware of his value as a sperm donor, he loses his virginity and a spoonful of his seed to a mysterious trio of women. They are succubi, professionals who sell semen on the black market. True to his genetics, Teakh falls in love with one of them. Determined to assist in raising his children, he rebels against the Fenrian matriarchy and sets his own course, founding a new clan that treats men and women as equals, all for the love of the woman who cheated him.
 

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Published February 3, 2016 by Lizzie Newell. 346 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Jan 11 2016

"This winning science fiction romance revolves around a seafaring civilization with three women for every man. The story is powered by vivid and visionary world building. The erotic scenes fall well short; they’re rushed and lack real passion. Readers will find a satisfying story that is both entertaining and thought-provoking."

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