Rodriguez is captain of the scout ship Eleanor, which had carried Wren Fisher, the scientist who discovered a plant-animal hybrid that could potentially change humankind's reality on a monumental scale. The medical possibilities are beyond imagination. However, upon close reading of the report that Wren had submitted before her presumed death, the scientists on the Harbinger speculated that any interaction with the new species would lead to death for the human or other equally horrifying consequences, such as rapid phenotype expression changes due to radically altered DNA.
Although all the ramifications and implications of the new information is not completely understood yet, the conclusion is definite - the crew has to get out of there. And even more upsetting: anyone who has come into any contact with the plantimals is going to be left on the planet's surface permanently.
When young and beautiful crewmember Alexis Anderson starts acting very strangely, she's going to have to be taken...hard and without protection. Rodriguez knows it's a matter of life or death to make Alexis cum.
short version: story promises pregnant/breeding erotic, hot alien plant orgies, never delivers on any of these. narrator great, story not worth your time. 90% human-human sex you read about anywhere
This whole series is a frustrating tease! The author creates a really kinky plant/animal hybrid and feeds us hints of its erotic potential, then decides what we really want is slightly unconventional human-human sex. Part 3 doesn't even have part 2's alien humanoid sex scenes as a redeeming feature. There's some painfully brief mention of plantimal-human sex, mostly while the humans are running away. The waste of this polymorphic, tentacular creature is nothing short of criminal. Things were building up in part 2, and I was really hoping part three would go all in on freaky alien tree orgies and big preggo bellies, but instead, 3 shuts it all down and focuses on the last humans. Very perplexing, because this author has other preggo/breeder/alien sex stories, and those are hot enough to require oven mitts for safe handling.
On a related note, I object to this being labeled "breeder/instant pregnancy" erotica - those topics are given about 5 sentences in the first story and two more sentences in part 2 and part 3. Mentioning something in a story does not make the story part of that genre, and I really wish authors would stop confusing "impregnation" with "pregnancy". There's a simple test - does your story FOCUS on the eroticism of round, pregnant bellies? No? Then it's not pregnant erotica!
The one ray of sunshine in this is the narrator - her voice is pure gold and she does a decent job of differentiating characters.