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Handling the Hybrid

A Kindred Tales Novel
Narrated by: Mackenzie Cartwright
Series: Kindred Tales, Book 16
Length: 8 hrs and 3 mins
Categories: Romance, Multicultural
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Summary

Too much to handle...

Tandy has a big problem. She stands to inherit a huge estate and the title of her late aunt but in order to prove herself worthy of the exulted position and the money that comes with it, Tandy must train her first slave. And the slave she is given to train is huge - a muscular Hybrid Kindred with rage dancing in his mismatched eyes and fangs long enough to tear her throat out. How can she possibly subdue such a massive male without losing her life? Then Tandy has an idea - in the dead of night she steals down to her new slave’s cell to offer him a deal.

Quid-pro-quo...

Vrox is enraged to be stuck in this situation. Captured by accident, he is determined to kill whoever tries to enslave him and escape at the first opportunity. But then the curvy little female who bought him offers him a deal - if he will pretend that she has mastered him, she will give him his freedom along with a generous settlement. Vrox is intrigued by the deal but he puts his own spin on the bargain. Whatever Tandy does to him by day to prove that she is a true Mistress, he is allowed to do to her by night, in the privacy of her quarters - including any kind of sexual punishment or mastery.

Feeling she has no choice, Tandy agrees to the huge Hybrid’s terms - never expecting to lose her heart. She thinks Vrox cares for her too, but when the huge Kindred escapes and she is left to face the consequences of their deception alone, she fears that her life is over. Will she survive after...handling the hybrid?

©2019 Evangeline Anderson (P)2020 Insatiable Press

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-04-20

he calls her little girl the whole book

It's so weird that the male mc calls the female mc little girl even when they sex and she's a lot smaller than him like does the author want to see a little kid get D down or a midget ew just makes me uncomfortable I couldn't even finish the book 😑 Somebody needs to call svu

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  • goldengirl
  • 16-05-20

I loved everything except...

Okay, I really love all of Evangeline Anderson’s books and I love this one as well, my only draw back was calling the female lead “little girl” constantly. I know he called her that because she’s tiny compared to him but it honestly made me cringe 😬 through out the story to the point that it was distracting from my enjoyment and headspace I get into when listening to her novels. I would preferred a different pet name like “little lady”, “cupcake” “short stuff” anything but little girl lol. Anyways it’s added to my collection of Evangeline Anderson books but won’t read this again due to that. If she didn’t make this such a great book I would have returned it but still managed to make a great story as always.

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  • Cathy Casey
  • 29-04-20

true love story

It was exciting to listen to this story and all the good things happening plus how crazy some people get about money that's not really their's. Great book