Savage Chains (Men in Chains, #1.5-1.7)Savage Chains by Caris Roane
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Vampires seem to have a naturally dark aurora. Caris Roane has added a layer of depravity with this installment of the Men in Chains series. Reyes spent a century of his life as a sex slave and swore an oath to himself that he would do everything in his power to bring an end to the practice. He has spent decades working on his cover as a slaver hoping to get the attention of the Starlin group, a major organization of sex traffickers. Everything is going according to plan until Angelica enters to picture. They are both attracted to each other but Reyes rebuffs her attention in an effort to stay focused on his mission and to avoid the Starlin Group notices Angelica since she perfectly fits their ‘type’. Little does he know that it’s already too late and before either of them realizes what’s happening, Angelica is kidnapped and being sold as a sex slave.

Caris Roane has written two very likeable main characters and two heinous villains. Savage Chains is an in-between installment of the Men in Chains series. However, for readers who are new to the series, this is a standalone book.

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