Monday, September 9, 2013

In Chains by Michelle Abbott Book Review



Goodreads Blurb:

A romance set in a world where slavery is government run and slaves are fitted with microchips. 

Savannah, fleeing a turbulent relationship, seeks solace at her brother’s country farmhouse. It’s there that she meets Kayden; her brother’s slave who's considered less than human. These two damaged souls form an unbreakable bond, one that’s about to be tested, because Kayden is her brother’s property and he will stop at nothing to keep them apart.

Please note this book contains some sexual scenes, violence and strong language.





Quick Review:

In chains is a contemporary take on modern day slavery and love. The story centers around Savannah and Kayden. Kayden is a slave and always has been. Savannah has just moved in with her brother, who owns Kayden attempting to escape an abusive relationship. Savannah wants to move on and start again but she never expects to fall in love. Not now and not with him.

This is a story of love, second chances, and life. In chains not only tells a story it teaches a lesson. I liked the relationship development and the language used throughout the story it was both fitting and made the story realistic. I wish the book were a bit longer though, but the content made up for the length.

I'm eager to see where the story goes in the next book which is set to be released in the fall.


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