Review: Having the Barbarian’s Baby (Ice Planet Barbarians #6.5) by Ruby Dixon

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Having the Barbarian's Baby Book Cover Having the Barbarian's Baby
Ice Planet Barbarians #6.5
Ruby Dixon
Erotic Science Fiction - Short Story
Ruby Dixon
April 22nd 2016


Megan’s ready to give birth, but she’s not ready to let her mate leave her side. When Cashol must go hunting to feed the tribe, they’re separated for the first time since resonance. Not a problem, except the baby’s ready to be born and there’s a storm brewing…

This is a short story set in the ICE PLANET BARBARIANS world. It does not stand alone, and is intended to be read after BARBARIAN’S MATE.


Having the Barbarian’s Baby is a short story in the Ice Planet Barbarians series. It features Megan and Cashol. Megan never got her own book, but ended up mating off the bat. 

She’s got some attachment issues. On earth her boyfriend left her alone and pregnant, then the aliens kidnapped her and ended the pregnancy, and now she’s on this alien planet mated and pregnant, afraid to be alone. 

Cashol is a sweet, fun guy and total into his pregnant mate. He doesn’t want to leave her side, but he needs to do his far share of the hunting, which he has been neglecting; because his mate can’t stand the thought of him going. 

It was a nice short story in the series. Showing one of the couples we didn’t get a full novel on. It was sweet what Cashol does for his mate, a treasure hunt, while he is gone out hunting. 

Rated: 3 Stars

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I'm an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, animal & book lover. I'm the owner, reviewer & mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy & my favorite shifters are dragons.

4 comments on “Review: Having the Barbarian’s Baby (Ice Planet Barbarians #6.5) by Ruby Dixon

  1. OK I’m sorry but the title is ridiculous. I’m glad it was a good read. Anne – Books of My Heart

    • Yes, I can see the title as ridiculous, but if you have read the series then these little short stories/novellas are nice to showcase other aspects of life and people we have come to know. ^_^

  2. Love the cover! Great review angela! Shared on all my socials!!??

    • Glad you enjoy the review. Thank you for visiting and sharing!