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Vampire Mistress
Joey W. Hill
Vampire Trinity
Joey W. Hill
The Submissive (The Submissive #1)
Tara Sue Me
Coming to Terms
Cara Bristol, Jade Cary, Alta Hensley, Celeste Jones, Sue Lyndon, Renee Rose, Anastasia Vitsky
Holding Back
Mila Kerr
Beautiful Disaster (Beautiful, #1)
Jamie McGuire
Epilogue: The Dark Duet (The Dark Duet, #2.5)
C.J. Roberts
In Flight (Up In The Air, #1)
R.K. Lilley
Undeniable (Undeniable, #1)
Madeline Sheehan
Entwined with You (Crossfire, #3)
Sylvia Day

Chains Released (The Chains Trilogy, #2)

Chains Released - Sharon Green So one of the key events of the first book was that Jake pointed out that the Slave Drug worked on men instead of women. You just had to up the dosage to account for larger body mass, something that seems to have eluded the grasp of Oliven Intellectuals.Of course that came back to bite Jake and Tandro when they were captured by the guy who had been diligently trying to kill them earlier. It did give Tain and Ennie a chance to escape, though. They found refuge with a Rebel Alliance composed of escaped slaves who were seeking to add their sisters.Oddly enough, despite Jake showing Tain and Tandro showing Ennie how wonderful a life of slavery was, there actually were other women who agreed with them that maybe it wasn’t so hot. And even had discovered the loophole to render the drug relatively harmless.Anyway, it wasn’t exactly fun to see the guys humiliated but I think it did teach a bit of a lesson. And things almost had a happy ending. But not quite.