Estelle is a logistical expert, show her a problem and she can solve it. When she is drugged and enslaved, she looks for a way out, sending messages with every outgoing slave and hoping that one will get her plan to the Alliance in time. The escape is on, but she has been shackled to her breeding partner that very evening, linked by a chain they lead the escape until one partner goes on alone. Survivors are offered a place on an Oefric colony world. The shape shifters have a separate town from the arena survivors, and that is where their hospitality ends. Steel leads the charge to design a working village, and since she conveniently made it into the survivors and not the Alliance specialist designation when she landed, let the fun begin. Wyanic is eventually persuaded to look in on the growing village, and imagine his surprise when his true mate greets him when he thought her dead on the ship.
|Publisher:||eXtasy Books Inc|
|File size:||179 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I loved this story. I'm constantly going through the author's other stuff to find anything similar. She writes well but, alas, nothing measures up to Chain. I love the idea of starting over on a new world and what all would have to happen to survive. Steel (our lead female) is skilled at starting a village with nothing and building it into a thriving community. This was to me the most different and wonderful aspect of the story. I've not read anything like it and I read a lot. The romance was good. I won't go into the main storyline but I mainly read two kinds of books; zombie and romance. This has no zombies but it made me think of what it would take to start over with nothing. No romance novel has ever given me that. I'd give this 12 stars if I could for sheer originality. I've probably re-read the story 10 times. I loved it.
this is the first book that I don't like from this author.