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More monster girls. More branding. More world conquering.

After their first victory over the vile slavers that control Etria, William and his harem turn to the heart of the barony to seek allies. But when William finds out that the baroness has turned savage, it's up to him and his brand to stop her.

Now, he's going to do what he does best, kick ass and save monster girls.

And hey, if that means he'll have to face the Queen Bee herself, well, that's what a magical branding iron is for, now isn't it? 

Get ready to get slaved.

Warning: Contains a harem and adult situations. You have been warned.

©2019 Simon Archer (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Inconsistent audio

The story was good, more of what we got in the first book.

The audio recording was bad. Sound quality was just fine, but it seemed like there were parts that were re-recorded or something. At points the voices for characters changes from one second to the next. In one chapter, the voice of a character changed completely and then was back to how it was before in the next.

This was just a problem with J.F. Harding's portions of the book. Andrea Parsneau was excellent as usual, for the small parts she had. If she could do the voices for all female characters in every chapter while Harding did the male ones and the narration, it would be a much better experience. A true dual narration instead of this jumping from one to the other depending on the POV.

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excellent story

ohhh it is really starting to take off. the narrators did an excellent job, I really like the emotion that the pit into the narrative. good job as always Mr. Archer. on to book 3.

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Good but

overall good however when narrating as certain characters he goes back to default voice it was a bit confusing at times or rather jarring

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Worth it.

The story isn't anything to dark as one would expect from a excerpt about brands and malevolent villains.

The righting is fairly well done, the pacing good, and the performance is top notch. Though I noticed bits here and there that was fixed/edited after the fact, I enjoyed this all the way through.
Very much recommended.

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interesting concept but predictable

it's a ok story the writing is solid the performance is excellent. it just becomes boring after a while. I won't listen to more of them but I'm not going to return this book either. the female characters lose anything that makes them interesting after they join him they're all call him master and savior and all this crap all the time which becomes annoying. the main character is literally just some guy from Earth he's not anything special personality-wise so why he accepts but I'm calling him master and savior and not addressing him by his name seems weird. he treats his longtime friend like crap over these three or four women. it's like the author decided to take the best character and use him as a kicking bag. Even though he's the most interesting character on the good guys side. anyway whatever if you like sexy time and did a little bit of that and the women seem attractive by the author's explanations.

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Great sequel

This was a strong follow up to Branded, great to see the characters develop and the stakes get raised.