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Chained

Brides of the Kindred, Book 9
Narrated by: William Martin
Length: 14 hrs and 56 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (68 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Maggie Jordan is not supposed to be having adventures. Her mission is to go to Gaia, a new, unpopulated world, and study the native lifeforms there. So how come she finds herself in on the female-dominated Yonnie Six instead, rescuing a huge, muscular prisoner? The same prisoner she keeps seeing over and over again in her dreams...

Korexiroth - or Kor, as Maggie dubs him, is a slave who spent his life fighting in the savage arenas of the Blood Circuit. He’s got plenty of kills under his belt and more than enough reasons to run as soon as he gets free. But somehow he can’t make himself part from the girl who was brave enough to save him from certain death.  

Now, Maggie and Kor are on the run together, trying desperately to find someone to remove the alien device that was implanted in Maggie as punishment for her thievery of an expensive slave. The device, or “slut button”, as it is called, forces Maggie to sexual excesses the shy scientist has never known before - and Kor is the only one who can help her control her new urges.  

Kor is more than willing to help Maggie satisfy her new sexual hunger, but his own appetites are not so easily satiated. For there is a dark secret, a shadow from his past that stalks him and whispers of power beyond belief if only he will give himself over to darkness.   

Will they find a way to return Maggie to normal? Will Kor admit how he really feels for her? Or will the shadow from his past succeed in tearing them apart? 

You’ll have to listen to Chained, Brides of the Kindred, Book Nine, to find out.

©2013 Evangeline Anderson (P)2018 Evangeline Anderson

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Creative story!

I really loved the story. The narrator is amazing and I love all of the different voices he does and even adds in extras, for example, if the character sniffs or clears their throat in the story, the narrator acts it out, he doesn't just read the book. All in all I liked the book, but the heroin was way too timid and indecisive and also complained a lot, even up until the end of the story, so that got to me a little bit. After all that she had been through, I didn't feel like I saw any growth in the character, though she said she did change, that was not portrayed to me.

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The whispering is annoying

The narrator is good at doing the male and female voices until he reads what the characters are thinking. He does that in a whisper and it drives me crazy.

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A love story that I loved.

I truly loved Kor. I loved every about him. I love the narrators voice when doing Kor. Definitely recommend.

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Blah

That girl is making me lose a few brain cells, so black slaves on Earth voluntarily had sex when they were in "breeding programs". Girl needs to go back to school.

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  • Teresa
  • NAMPA, ID, United States
  • 10-09-18

Not my favorite of the series.

Not sure about this one, while there were some hot spots there was some not so hot that was very disturbing. Maggie’s whole obsession with her fiancé was dragged out way too long. I appreciate the fact that she wanted to be faithful, but damn it was starting to annoy me how long she clung to the concept. I appreciate that she shouldn’t cheat but look at the situation and judge it accordingly. Evangeline Anderson is always throwing the heroine into very dominate rolls to act as and as far as I can tell they cannot pull it off. Too many ums and ohs to be believable. Narrator is very good, with only the female voice being his weakness, but not terrible.

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A Great Paranormal Romance

I absolutely love the narrator of this story. William Martin has done another fantastic job when it comes to this series. I love how he portrays the characters and their emotions through his words. I suggest if you decided to listen to this series its best to start off with the first book so you are not lost. I enjoyed Kor’s characters a lot, but Maggie’s was a little annoying at times, especially about the way she handled things with Donald. I felt as if a lot of things could have turned out differently if she explained herself better. Every one of these books are adventurous and I'm always excited to see how things will play out. I look forward to listening to the next book in this series.

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Theirs something so incredible about this author

I absolutely love this book just wow never disappointed and blown away with how well this was written. Amazing plot and beautiful romance that tugs at your heart. I love both characters. I laugh so much at Maggie trying to deny what was happening with her and Kor, it was so cute

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  • Enellyia
  • 09-01-18

Good read.

There's a part in this book that reminded me a lot of the TV show Spartacus. Spartacus put on a fight with his best friend Varro for a rich child's birthday. At the end of the fight the child demanded Spartacus kill Varro despite it being a friendly fight for his entertainment. Unable to kill his friend, Spartacus refused knowing they would both die. Varro, also knowing they'd both die, pulled the sword deeper into his body as Spartacus held onto it in shock. What happened with Cor and his friend is exactly the same...like exactly.... even down to some of the things they say to each other. It makes me wonder if Evangeline watched Spartacus and took the idea from that or if it is just a coincidence.

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  • Caroline
  • 01-11-19

another winner from Evangeline Anderson

Book 9 follows the series really well and I have enjoyed it every bit as much as the previous 8. I look forward to listening/reading to the rest just as much!
Maggie, who lives too much by What if, and guilt, rescues Kor and this results in many adventures and romance
What I love about the series so far is the follow up on previous characters and they are well written with good character balance and enjoyable stories!