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ARC Review: Roman Holiday 1: Chained by Ruthie Knox
Roman Holiday: Chained
Book Info

Released: Nov. 11, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Roman Holiday #1
Pages: 40


Knox has a particular talent of making you LOVE her characters right from the very beginning of the story. ~ Under the Covers

CHAINED is the first in Ruthie’s Knox’s serial, Roman Holiday. It features an admirable, endearing and highly determined heroine named Ashley who just won’t back away from what she truly believes in.

The opening scene aptly sets the tone for this instalment in the serial. True to Knox’s writing, it’s packed with flirty banter, endearing characters and that so important spark of chemistry between opposites.

At only 40 pages long, it’s a quickie that’s perfect for something to read before you dive into bed or something entertaining during lunch. Either way, one thing is for sure, you will be smiling from ear to ear after reading this.

Knox has a particular talent of making you LOVE her characters right from the very beginning of the story. I cannot stress this enough, but THIS IS INTREGAL. Especially for a serial. I, for one, don’t particularly like serials because I hate the waiting in between. I would much rather wait until the entire serial is out and read it then. Therefore, I was highly skeptical about this simply because of the format it was written in.

But damn, Ruthie Knox proved me wrong. Not only did I LOVE this new beginning, but I also never thought I would enjoy a Contemporary Romance serial because there’s no suspense or mystery to keep readers coming back for more. I really, really need the next instalment.

*ARC provided by publisher

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  1. I hate serials too so glad to hear you enjoyed this one and that it’s a contemporary one too-thanks for the review Annie.

  2. I love to read serials,but when all books are published:D,or if it’s serial in which each book is for different couples,then I don’t mind 🙂
    Ruthie Knox is new author for me,but from this review sounds like she writes wonderful romances,looking forward to read of her books 🙂

    Thanks for the great review Annie 🙂

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