Two things I can always count on when I read something Pam writes: She gives damn good dark and there is always a twist I didn't see coming. She totally delivered all that with Camila's story. I really couldn't wait to learn more about all that is Camila. I loved that part of her story is really about a second chance at love with someone from her past. Now it may be a dark and twisted love, but is is a soul burning love just the same. Her ties to Matias run long and deep and I loved getting that peek into the young Camila. She is so full of fire and passion for the cause she fights for and I so wanted her to fight for and with Matias. I loved their story.
I give Disclaim 5 hearts!
About the Book
Camila was seventeen when Van Quiso kidnapped her. Ten years after her escape, the shackles refuse to release her. Not while there are still slave traders preying on her city. She will stop at nothing to end them. Even if that means becoming a slave again.
Returning to chains is her worst fear—and only option. They won’t know who she is or what she intends to do. She’s prepared for every complication. Except him. The one who decimated her sixteen-year-old heart.
Matias is charming, gorgeous, and dangerously seductive. He’s also untrustworthy and enshrouded in secrets. After years of no contact, he finds her—on her knees, wrists bound, in the clutches of her enemy. Will he sabotage her mission by needlessly saving her? Or will he keep her in chains and never let her go?
Warning: Graphic sex and violence. Age 18+ only It is recommended to read after Deliver & Vanquish, but it can be read as a stand-alone.
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About the Author
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, Pam Godwin, lives in the Midwest with her husband, their two children, and a foulmouthed parrot. When she ran away, she traveled fourteen countries across five continents, attended three universities, and married the vocalist of her favorite rock band.
Java, tobacco, and dark romance novels are her favorite indulgences, and might be considered more unhealthy than her aversion to sleeping, eating meat, and dolls with blinking eyes.