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.
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?
This series is amazing. Dark reads are our favorite and Pam Godwin does it right every time. Matias and Camila’s story was filled with romantic and sentimental moments, that I couldn’t get enough of. Matias was the epitome of a knight in cartel armor. The lengths he went to protect and win Camila’s heart were boundless. He was ruthless with a heart as big as Texas. Camila was my type of heroine. She was brave, strong, and self reliant. While still exuding the softness we expect from a woman. Did I mention this was a second chance love story? I have a love/hate relationship with 2nd chances. But like I said before, Pam Godwin does it right every time. There were valid and believable reasons for their separation. I rooted for their HEA. Read this series!!!!!!!!!
This series continues to deliver (haha it’s the deliver series, get it?). Anyway, seriously, this is an amazing series that just continues to get better and better as it continues. I agree Natasha, Camila was the perfect heroine. She was independent, self-sufficient, and strong. I love a strong female lead! She was soft at her core and for those who earned her trust. Like, Natasha said, second chance love stories can be hard to get right, but Pam Godwin got it right! Their separation made sense, their reconnection made sense. Nothing was forced or fast. Again, this is a must read series. Read!