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The Silver Chain (Unbreakable Trilogy, Book 1) by [Bond, Primula]
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The Silver Chain (Unbreakable Trilogy, Book 1) Kindle Edition

3.8 out of 5 stars 145 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in Unbreakable Trilogy (3 Book Series)

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Praise for The Silver Chain:

‘Exciting and dripping with drama, Serena and Gustav's passionate journey is one readers won't forget… after finishing this story fans will be begging for the second instalment.’ (Romantic Times Book Reviews)

‘I enjoyed The Silver Chain for its lush, poetically descriptive prose as well as the slow, sensual burn that ignited within the first pages and teased me along until the very end.’ (Literary Vixens)

‘I couldn’t wait to learn more about Gustav. He was the perfect mix of sexy, mysterious and intriguingly tortured… I can’t wait to read The Golden Locket.’ (The Reading Cow)

‘Amazingly different erotic romance. I really loved the book.’ (BJ’s Book Blog)

About the Author

Primula Bond has had her novels Country Pleasures, Club Crème and Behind The Curtain and dozens of short stories published by Virgin Books. She also offers a critique service for aspiring erotic and romantic writers through Writers Workshop.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1139 KB
  • Print Length: 369 pages
  • Publisher: Mischief (4 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BE8WVP4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 145 customer reviews
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I wasn't sure what to make to of this book when I first started reading it just after it was released. Serena, a young woman who has left her hometown in search of a new life, a photographer looking for her big break. Gustav, a mysterious, rich stranger who attaches himself to her and wants to make her his own, his possession. This is when I was struggling, when I wasn't sure if I would continue to read.

Gustav made me mad, wanting to have someone to bribe into being his sex slave and being so domineering like that. I thought Serena was being stupid and reckless. I couldn't fathom why someone would want to be someone's possession, someone's play thing and be willing to be attached to him via a chain so that she can't escape or run away. There was something about the situation and the fact that I hated them both that kept me wanting to read. The both sucked me into the book and kept me wanting to find out what becomes of them both and this strange situation they were in. As I read I found that I started to warm towards Gustav, he changed nicely within the book, him and Serena both did. I found myself beginning to understand why Serena couldn't stay away. <Spoiler> It wasn't the fact that she was his possession, that she was his play thing for him to do with as he pleased, or that it was this contract that caused her photographs to be displayed in his art gallery until they sold out, that kept her coming back for more. It was him, this dark handsome stranger that she couldn't get out of her head. The mind blowing sex that they were having, and the mysterious air about him that kept drawing her back towards him. </Spoiler>

I've already pre-ordered this second book in the series. Without giving anything away, I loved the ending and I really didn't see that coming.
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Meet Serena she has been handed the hard life and now she is escaping from that life, and is moving to London with her camera where she meets Gustav Levi a gallery owner and with the promise of selling her work she agrees to the terms hence the silver chain
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I was surprised and entranced by the first book this series and am intrigued to find out what happens next
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Good story if a little bit far fetched. The characters are fairly well developed and the book is well written.
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For those who aren't generally into trashy romance or erotica, but enjoyed 50 Shades, steer well clear of this. It starts promisingly enough, the heroine has an interesting background, the first meeting is intriguing and after that things rapidly go downhill. We are supposed to believe that a genuinely talented photographer would sign a contract of that kind on her second day of showing her portfolio around London? If she was really the strong character she is supposed to be then she would have told Mr Levi where he could wrap his silver chain. Let's suppose that she did it for kicks, you'd expect them to have a snog before page 315.
And what kind of silver chain is this? Well she cannot take it off, so no clasp - no it has a padlock on it only Mr Levi can undo. This chain is SO strong that it will not break, yet it looks delicate - this isn't silver, it must be titanium or some insanely strong alloy AND it has a house key attached to it for almost the entire story, not like a charm bracelet, but an actual FULL SIZE house key. Does it dangle down so low that she can use her hand to open his front door or does she have to contort herself and dislocate her elbow in order to turn they key in the lock?
There's the usual undressing of the heroine while she's in an apparently coma like state, only to wake and find that her clothes are replaced by a series of cashmere jumper dresses or silky negligees. In fact by the end of the story, Serena's confidence has dwindled so much that she actually needs a personal assistant to pick her outfits and brush her hair. Mind you I wouldn't want to go clothes shopping with a house key on my wrist either, nightmare for trying things on, you can see why she is limited to the stretchy jumpers.
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* ARC provided by Harper Collins UK, Avon via Netgalley for my honest review

The Silver Chain is the first part in the new Unbreakable trilogy and Primula Bond is a new to me author.

When I first started reading this book I must admit I was a tad confuddled. I felt it touched on a paranormal feel and therefore totally not what I was expecting to be reading. But after awhile it finally clicked - it was Halloween in London! Once I got into the writing style of the author I was intrigued, especially by the wonderfully dark, dominant and mysterious, Gustav Levi.

Serena Folkes is a young woman who has had a rough start in her life but she has been given a chance to start over and she does this by moving from her coastal home in Devon to the bright lights of London. Here she hopes to kick start her career as a photography artist. By coincidence, on that eerie Halloween night, she is confronted by Gustav who just happens to own an art gallery. They both feel an invisible binding taking place and from this, Gustav makes her an offer it would appear she cannot refuse.

Gustav is hiding his own demons he wants to forget and he feels the offer he makes to Serena, for her to be his for the duration of the showing and selling of her art, is one step in the right direction of making this happen.

I did find the meeting a little weird at first and the coincidence of Serena running into a man that could give her the chance at the big time a little stretching but hey stranger things have happened in real life. However I loved that Gustav was 20 years her senior, a man of the World, who could teach her so much but what he didn't bank on was how much he would actually learn from her.
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