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    Primula Bond(Author)

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Bound by passion, she was powerless to resist.

The Silver Chain is the first in the sexy, passionate and addictive Unbreakable Trilogy by Primula Bond.

One dark evening in London, photographer Serena Folkes is indulging her impulsive side with a night-time shoot. But someone is watching her – mysterious entrepreneur Gustav Levi. Serena doesn’t know it yet, but this handsome stranger will change her life forever…

Serena is fascinated by Gustav, the enigmatic owner of the Levi Gallery, and she soon feels an irresistible pull of attraction. The interest is mutual, and Gustav promises to launch Serena’s photographic career at his gallery, but only if Serena agrees to become his exclusive companion.

To mark their agreement, Gustav gives Serena a bracelet to wear at all times. Attached to it is a silver chain of which he is the keeper. With the chain Gustav controls Serena physically and symbolically – a sign that she is under his power.

As their passionate relationship intensifies, Gustav’s hold on the silver chain grows stronger. But will Gustav’s dark past tear them apart?

A seductive and beautifully written novel perfect for fans of erotic romance.

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  • PDF | 368 pages
  • Primula Bond(Author)
  • Mischief (15 Aug. 2013)
  • English
  • 6
  • Erotica

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  • By Book lover on 23 October 2014

    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

  • By Claire W on 11 May 2014

    I was surprised and entranced by the first book this series and am intrigued to find out what happens next

  • By AKWood on 24 July 2013

    Good story if a little bit far fetched. The characters are fairly well developed and the book is well written.

  • By V H S C on 3 January 2014

    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.She does wear Jodhpurs once, with thermals underneath, so that's erotic. Oh and then there's the highly amusing scene in the ex-wifes room where she's stretching latex over her ample figure and then can't remove any of it - funny, mortifying, not sexy, just stupid.Later that day he chains her with a chain so long that she can roam around the entire house - where does this guy buy chains that long? Maybe he has shares in B&Q and it's actually a bath chain.There's no love here, there's no tension, there's no erotic sex (unless everyone else finds blusher brushes particularly sexy and I'm missing a trick) and there's very little storyline, although I'll admit the background COULD make an interesting story.What you get is an irritating young girl who can't decide whether she's a victim or not, bounce from strong woman to pathetically useless girl and back again with the odd tantrum and completely irrational jealous rages. She is paired with an older man, who looks like Count Dracula but with better teeth, who has an ex who was a Dominatrix that he couldn't handle and is completely incapable of expressing himself verbally or physically, let alone emotionally, although he is able to run a multi million pound empire.I got this book for Christmas, it's not a difficult read, a couple of hours on a rainy afternoon with nothing more interesting to do. Had it not been the holidays, or if I'd had an alternative I would have ditched it and I won't be getting the next in the series.

  • By Foxylutely Books! on 8 July 2013

    * ARC provided by Harper Collins UK, Avon via Netgalley for my honest reviewThe 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.The gradual build-up of the chemistry went from strength the strength between the two and I actually liked that it was not rushed, especially as it is not a standalone book.The symbolic chain was a little hard to take in at certain points, especially when she was given free rein to wander around the house whilst attached to a hook in the wall in the top floor bedroom. How long was this chain and how big was this house? I got the being chained to him when they were together and I found that quite endearing but the other times - huh? Why did nobody in the very public art showing comment on it when he put it on in front of them, no raised eyebrows or nervous titters were made (which I would have expected from `nillas - although it's not BDSM, just a little dip here and there!)I did enjoy this book, even after finding the initial quarter hard to get into and then the issue with the chain in public (and in that house.) How this was compared to FSOG I'm not really sure as it was a more in depth and mature experience for me. I liked both main characters and the secondary characters just added to the ambiance of the read. One thing I would point out to the publishers is the cover. These kinds of covers are becoming quite repetitive on the shelves in WH Smiths (and other good bookshops) and they all look the same. I think something much more original would have been better.So did I like this book? Yes. Do I want to read the next instalment? Yes - it has the potential to be a really good series. Therefore I would recommend this as a good read

  • By Grace on 5 July 2013

    With thanks to Netgalley for providing an early reading copy of the ebook.What a book! I loved it from start to finish, from the amazingly atmospheric opening all the way to the very last page. So beautifully written, this really felt like it was erotic romance with a difference. The love story was memorable, but never contrived, and the sex was as good as you'd expect it to be. I found the characters to be well-rounded and believable, although my favourite has to be Gustav - he's definitely someone I'd want to bump into on a cold dark night!It's been compared to 50 Shades of Grey, but I think this does it a disservice - it's a brilliant book that is far, far better written than the Grey trilogy. Yes, it might not be so pacey, but Gustav and Serena's love story is one I believed in from the moment they met, and as they get to know each other more and more, it delivered all the heat and excitement you could want! Definitely recommended - get your hands on this book now!


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