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Bred for the Dictator's Heir is the latest release from international best-selling author Alex Anders and is for those who love short stories where innocent virgins are swept away by powerful alpha males who demand submission and enjoy BDSM.

Beautiful and innocent, Natasha Lord is a journalist student who travels to her European homeland to bring down its dictator. But caught for spying, she is given a choice; life in prison, or complete submission to the gorgeous dictator's powerful sexual appetite. Falling captive to the alpha male's Roman soldier physique and overwhelming dominance, Natasha must unravel the dictator's secrets before his will consumes her own.

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Don't waste your time or money!

This was the worst purchase I have made on Audible. The narration was horrible and my computer could have read this with more passion than the narrator. The story itself was poorly written, short, which, in this case was a blessing and a total waste of time and money.

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  • 05-08-17

Okay.

An okay erotica short but the story is not helped at all by a bad narrator and a lacklustre ending.