Overseer's Chain (Brace for Humanity #3)

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Isabella is an excellent assessor, and she can put the right human in the right job without hesitation. When one of her little file manipulations gets the attention of the overseer, she is summoned to his offices and faces a harsh sentence.

Bound to the overseer by cuffs that keep her at his beck and call, Isabella gives him the details on human interaction while changing plans for her people with minuscule nudges.

Iktabi has been in charge of Imrahl since it became a viable outpost. Waiting for his own mate has been an exercise in patience. When Isabella ends up in his office, he knows his match when he sees it, but the paperwork is a nightmare.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Overseer's Chain (Brace for Humanity #3)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.12 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • Publisher:Published March 10th 2017 by eXtasy Books (first published March 3rd 2017)


Chapter One



 Isabella Thems pounded her fists on the inside of the column around her. She was encased in fluid and a breathing apparatus was on her face, but she wanted out.

 She clawed her way to the top of the tank and groped around for an exit. A grate came to hand, and she pushed and pulled on it. It swung free, hanging into the tank. With her fingers clawed, she hooked into the grating and pulled herself out and through the hole, ditching her mask when the tubes tangled and tugged.

 The air around her was dry, but as she pulled herself out of the tank, it was a welcome relief. She flopped on the edge of the lid and looked around her.

 “Oh. My. God.” The aircraft-sized building she was in was filled with tubes, and each tube had a human body in it. Some were male, some were female, but they were as far as her eyes could see.

 The railing around the t...

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Fantastic. A great read!!

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skye · 02-19-2019

short and sweet

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Not a bad read