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Enslaved

Brides of the Kindred, Book 14
Narrated by: William Martin
Series: Brides of the Kindred, Book 14
Length: 20 hrs and 16 mins
Categories: Romance, Science Fiction
4.5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Anything for you, mistress...

Thrace S’ver is an unwilling slave. Drugged and bound, he is taken to the flesh bazaar and put up for sale to the highest bidder. But this is not the first time Thrace has been on the auction block. He has a past full of horrors he doesn’t intend to repeat. Desperate to be free, he swears he’ll kill whoever buys him.

Lonnara Trin is the captain of a merchant ship from the all-female planet of Zetta Prime where sexual relationship with a male is considered unnatural and wrong. She has no use for males personally, but she needs a big, muscular slave or her business will suffer. Thrace fits the bill.

Soon, mistress and slave are embroiled in a desperate conflict which draws them intimately together. To her surprise, Trin actually begins to have feelings for her slave. And though Thrace swore to be free, he finds himself devoted to his new mistress. 

When their differences threaten to tear them apart, Trin tries to grant Thrace his freedom. But she doesn’t realize that his heart has already been enslaved.

©2014 Evangeline Anderson (P)2019 Evangeline Anderson

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Lesbian guilt story.

I wished I had known the story theme before buying. This is very guilt centered. Lesbian guilt as a forewarning. It was not labeled and I had an extremely hard time finishing due to the narration(the weird awkward whispering) and overwhelming guilt being piled on constantly.
It truly not worth the money. The awkward whispering just rakes the nerves.

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Loved story but hated narrators whispering

I loved the story but completely hated the narrators whispering commentary parts, He was pretty good otherwise but I almost had to turn it off when he started with the whispering! then just cringed every time he did it after that.
I did really love the story line and do love the author.

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I prefer the other narrator for her books.

The narrator should not whisper. it's creepy. just speak normally. Mackenzie Cartwright is much better at it

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  • 11-15-19

That was awfull. All about d*ck and p**sy.

The narrator is awful. He whispers thoughts and read very slowly. It sucks! Gosh no talent is needed to write trash these days... F**k that!