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- Print Length: 194 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Michelle Abbott (May 26, 2014)
- Publication Date: May 26, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FIOKXLY
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,132,658 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Savannah is finding the world of the Compound so much more difficult than she thought. Branded a trouble maker, she's stuck in the most terrible part of the Pound's depths. Of course, that's where Kayden is, so she's okay with that. Kayden, on the other hand, is suffering from regret for getting Savannah into this. He's unsure of himself, and her love, because of of lies whispered in his ear by the guards around the Pound.
Their lives come to a head when they break, emotionally and mentally. But the two are in this for the long haul ... aren't they?
Locked Together touches some mature subjects like beatings, metal stress, slavery, and sex. So, if you don't like that kind of intensity, this might be a little dark for you. Otherwise, it's a harsh love story. But more intense for it.
In the series, a human and slave fall in love. In this book, the story starts with both of the individuals imprisioned in a slave facility. The slaves are treated horribly, like animals. At the same time, you see how the guards manipulate and use their positions to control the slaves. Quite ugly, actually.
Again, I think the concept is interesting. The series is told in first person, which works fine for me. In this book, though, the point of view changes, but the story is still told in first person. It took me a few switches to adjust to that, but I do think it works well.
If you liked the 1st one, you'll definitely want to read the 2nd.
I still very much liked Kayden, the hero. He loved Savannah intensely and was willing to do anything for her, no matter how painful. His feelings for her and resolve were tested on numerous occasions and he never once faltered. In fact it was painful to read about how much he endured to be with her. The poor guy could not catch a break until the end of the story. I was so happy he did not give into the evil OW. I was so afraid that it would happen. Not that I would blame him given how much he was tortured but it would have saddened me nevertheless.
I am glad that the book at least had a HFN ending as opposed to a bad one. I would have liked a HEA but knew that was not going to happen. The author left it open enough to have another book in the series either with the same main characters or new ones.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Locked together is book two in the series. You do need to read book one in order to understand where this book is,...Read more
I finished this book in one sitting. Locked Together did a great job of grabbing my attention and holding it.Read more