• Shackled to the World

  • A Phantom Touched Novel, Book 2
  • By: Stacey Brutger
  • Narrated by: Natalie Eaton
  • Length: 9 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (76 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

You can only cheat death so many times before it lays claim to your soul.  

Annora thought the worst that could happen was behind her...until it's discovered that her blood carries the cure to death. Now people will go to any extreme to get their hands on her. Instead of escaping her past, she ends up dragging her guys into hell with her.  

When one of her men is taken, her world comes crashing down. Her psychic connection to him is the only thing keeping him alive - barely. To get him back, she must turn herself over to the enemy, knowing she would be facing a lifetime of slavery.  

Determined not to go down without a fight, Annora and her men train for the coming war, taking risks that could cost them everything. She must embrace her phantom heritage if she is to have any hope of keeping her mates safe. The only problem...other phantoms would rather kill her than allow the secrets of their magic to become exposed.  

Contains mature themes.

©2020 Stacey Brutger (P)2020 Tantor

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Bk 2 Phantom Touched

In book 2 Annora is still trying to understand her life while hiding from her brutal uncle and father. Yes, Annora is still developing relationships with her men (reverse haram) and they're all different creatures so it makes each mates personality different...with different strengths and/or powers.

When one of Annora's men is kidnapped and tortured by her uncle, Annora needs to rescue him before he is broken beyond repair all while keeping the book her mother left her safe while the local witch population seek to steel it and use Annora for their own purposes.

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Loved this book!

I loved the storyline in this book. This author builds such amazing worlds in her books. I was a big fan of the narrator when she did the male voices, I had a hard time distinguishing which ones were speaking if I wasn't paying a lot of attention to keep track of which male character was talking. I like how she did the female character but just not the males because there wasn't enough variety between them in my opinion. But I loved the storyline

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  • 11-18-21

amazing audiobook

amazing 2nd audiobook can't wait for book 3
You can only cheat death so many times before it lays claim to your soul.

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  • 08-03-20

not a great narration

the story is interesting and keeps you barracking for the heros. narrator is terrible. flat voice, no pauses between scenes. didn't like her at all