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Bred With His Heir



Title: Bred With His Heir

Series: Baby Breeder 

Author: Mayra Stratham

Genre: Contemporary Romance 



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Business mogul Hayes Langston is stuck between a rock and a hard place. The company he’s been working his entire life to take over is about to be handed to his aloof cousin if he doesn’t find someone to give him a baby, thanks to his grandmother’s antiquated notions.

Karma Espinoza walks to the beat of her own drum. She isn’t about fairy-tale endings. They might be fine and dandy for her sisters, but not her. Life is too short to settle down.

But against her better judgment, Hayes Langston makes her head spin with his stuffy formalness; at the same time he’s quickly becoming addicted to her sweet kisses and forgetting what he’s supposed to be working toward, making her think she’s found someone who actually gets her.

But is it as real as Karma believes? Or is Hayes only using her to get what he always wanted?
When the truth comes out, why is Karma still considering being bred with his heir?

This August, eighteen of your favorite romance authors are joining forces to bring you stories all about making babies. Whether it’s a primal, biological need or something else driving these men to breed the women they love, what is guaranteed is these stories are going to be hot and messy.

Every happily ever after doesn’t have to have babies, but these men want nothing less than their women round and glowing.



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ABOUT MAYRA

Mayra Statham is a contemporary romance author. All her books to date can be read as standalones and do not have cliffhangers.
On her free time she loves reading and hanging out with her family and friends.

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