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And he has sworn never to let her go.
From the internationally best-selling author of the Alpha’s Claim series, Addison Cain brings you Alpha’s Control. Alongside the Commodore and Brenya, Shepherd and Claire’s story continues under new Domes rife with intrigue and danger.
Absolute Power is a 13,000 word prelude to Stolen: Alpha’s Control Book One.
Publisher’s Note: The Alpha’s Control series is a dark Omegaverse tale with explicit sexual themes and complete power exchange. If such material offends you, please do not purchase.
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By Bre Hood on 11-23-17
Addison & Marcio do it AGAIN
Addison Cain is one of my favorite authors and the way that Marcio brings her characters to life during his narration is captivating. The emotions of the characters is conveyed so well, and even though he's narrating a female character at times, his voice doesn't take away from the listener believing it's the female character talking. Addison and Marcio make a powerful team that will bring you back to listen to again and again!
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By SupermeanRose on 04-13-18
The beginning of stolen unabridged .
What would have made Absolute Power better?
If it was included in Stolen. Or if it was a true prolog not just an extended version of the first chapters of Stolen.
Would you be willing to try another book from Addison Cain? Why or why not?
Yes, I have so far enjoyed this series. It is dark but interesting .
What about Marcio Catalano’s performance did you like?
I think he does a good job with the characters I have heard a few minor mistakes in the 3 books I’ve heard so far. I think he does an excellent job
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointed I spent money on a book that is the beginning of the next book; I didn’t feel I missed any key elements had I not purchased this book
Any additional comments?
It is essentialy the beginning of stolens first four chapters extended to 7 if I remember correctly. It’s good the story line is well written but as soon as you listen to stolen you will get all the same information with a few less details. They even have the same opening line.
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