Their Independent Bride [The Men of Space Station One #6] (Siren Publishing Ménage Everlasting)

BOOK: Their Independent Bride [The Men of Space Station One #6] (Siren Publishing Ménage Everlasting)
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The Men of Space Station One #6

Their Independent Bride

Janet is used to taking care of herself. How will Greg and Steven convince her that they can take care of all her needs? They want to keep her safe, but Janet thinks they just want to boss her around. When she agrees to twenty-four hours of sexual domination to prove she won’t mind submitting to them, they pull out all the stops to make it worth the sacrifice.

When Janet learns that she is pregnant, she is excited and scared. The men struggle to care for her and reassure her that they will keep her and the baby safe.

Then an accident leaves her without her memory of the two men or their devotion to her, and they must prove all over again their love for her as she struggles to remember them.

Will she remember that submitting to them was more pleasurable than being independent?

Note: There is no sexual relationship or touching for titillation between or among cousins.

Genre:
Futuristic, Ménage a Trois/Quatre, Science Fiction
Length:
63,898 words
 

THEIR INDEPENDENT BRIDE

 

The Men of Space Station One #6

 

 

 

 

 

Marla Monroe

 

 

 

 

 

 

MENAGE EVERLASTING

 

 

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THEIR INDEPENDENT BRIDE

Copyright © 2012 by Marla Monroe

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THEIR INDEPENDENT BRIDE

The Men of Space Station One #6

 

MARLA MONROE

Copyright © 2012

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter One

 

Janet had all of their luggage in one spot by the time her husbands secured their transport and made it to the terminal. Steven jumped down, stalking toward her as he eyed the various pieces of luggage.

“We told you we would get the suitcases.”

“You can load it for me. All I did was move it to one place so it would be easy for me to keep an eye on it. I didn’t want us to lose anything. I know your tools are important.”

“The trunks were too fucking heavy for you to move by yourself.”

“It’s done. Live with it.” Janet planted her hands on her hips. She wasn’t used to men doing things for her. She had always done everything for herself. It was going to take some getting used to.

While they loaded the luggage, she thought about what was ahead of her there on planet Alpha. Ever since the Earth had begun to fall apart with the massive solar flares from the sun, man had been looking for somewhere that would sustain life. They found three planets and began sending manned shuttles to explore and finally to colonize them.

Now, two years into the colonization of Alpha, Janet was finally there, her new home. Well, she was on the planet anyway. It would be another two hours to get to the actual house. She hoped it would be livable, but if it wasn’t, her husbands were carpenters. They could fix anything.

The women of Alpha and the other planets being colonized were all married to two men for husbands. Because of Shear’s disease, caused by the solar flares back on Earth, most of the Earth’s female population was barren, unable to have children. Those women who were fertile were kept in bunkers belowground to protect them from the flares. Therefore, when they sent out groups of people to build homes and lives on the new planets, they sent one woman and two men to ensure fertility and that there were enough hands to work and feed a family.

The first group of people that settled the planets had been strictly men who built the original houses and city. Then a group of women arrived and were allowed to pick their mates. Now, the Earth was disintegrating too rapidly for the government’s peace of mind. They were doing the choosing. They wanted to assure the family was compatible, so they used computer programs to match them up.

That was how Janet, a completely independent woman used to taking care of herself, ended up with two very dominant men used to taking care of a woman in all ways. Leave it to the government to screw up again. She didn’t know how they were going to work it out, but they had better. This was for life, and there was no divorce on planet Alpha.

“Okay, everything is loaded. Let me help you up.” Steven took hold of her waist and lifted her to the transport.

Janet sighed. She could let them do the little things, she supposed, although, lifting her had sent butterflies flittering around in her stomach. Most any touch from Steven or Greg had that effect on her. Unlike most of the other men, Steven and Greg had sought her out many times while they were on the shuttle for six months traveling to Alpha. She saw a lot of them. They had wanted to ease her into their way of life. She wasn’t going to change hers that easily.

Steven climbed up and helped her put on her safety harness, which she was appreciative of because it was slightly complicated. It would have taken her some time to figure it out. He smiled his approval that she had let him do it. Janet resisted the urge to roll her eyes. How was she going to manage to live with them? They were very overbearing, but not cruel or mean. They expected her to mind them unequivocally.

“You’re thinking awfully hard over there, Janet,” Greg said.

“Wondering what the house will be like and if it’s livable, or if I’ll need to clean before we can sleep.”

“Whatever it is, we can fix it. If there is something you don’t like, just tell us. We’ll take care of it,” Steven assured her.

“Thanks.”

“Here, read through this while we are on the way. Someone gave this to us as we picked up our transports. They said it’s an update to what has been found on the planet with some recipes for some of the native foods. You can let us know if there is anything we need to read up on.” Steven handed her a pamphlet.

Janet eagerly opened it to see what was inside. The first five or six pages were warnings about dangerous animals and plants to avoid. Some of the animals were scary. She looked over at Steven and wondered if he had even looked at the little booklet.

She continued to read until she had read through the entire thing. There were several recipes she wanted to try once they were settled in. She also wanted to meet up with the other family of carpenters. Carmen was the female in the family. They had met several times onboard the shuttled and talked. She thought they could become good friends.

“I think you need to read this when you have everything unpacked. It has some dangerous-looking animals that they say we need to watch out for.”

Steven frowned. “Surely they covered them on the shuttle.”

“They didn’t with us. I’ve never seen any of these before, and they have some sort of nasty acid stuff in their mouths.”

“We’ll read through them,” Steven said.

He opened the booklet and began going through it. Janet saw the exact minute he reached the part about the acid. His jaw began to work like he was grinding his teeth. He wasn’t happy.

“Greg, this is serious. They haven’t been entirely truthful with us about this place. It’s even more dangerous than we worried about.”

Greg glanced over from steering the transport. “What do you mean?”

“Some of these animals have a type of acid in their blood and saliva. It burns when it gets on you.”

Janet did roll her eyes now. She had just told him that. They were going to have to realize she wasn’t one of their ignorant little subs that they were used to. How she got placed with them she would never know.

Twenty minutes later, they pulled up to a house that looked quite large on the outside.

“Is this ours?”

“According to the coordinates and the transport guidance system, this is our new home,” Greg assured her.

Janet started unfastening her safety harness. Steven climbed out of the transport and looked around. Then he reached up and helped her down. She was grateful since it was a good ways to the ground.

“Let’s go inside and be sure everything looks safe in there,” Steven said.

Steven led her to the front porch and then up the steps. He opened the door carrying a gun and carefully looked around before he let her follow him inside. Then he and Greg methodically cleared each room from top to bottom and belowground in the cellar, as well. Once they were assured it was safe, they left her to determine cleanliness to unload the luggage.

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