Chained Hands | Review

Title: Chained Hands
Series: Chained Hearts Duet #1
Author: T.L. Smith
Pages: 234 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 5 October 2021
Rating: ★★★★★



My husband sold me.
Not only did he sell me, but he told me he loved me while doing the deal.
What lies he tells.
Only fools believe him.
Unfortunately, one of those fools was…
.. me.


Not in the habit of buying women.
I didn’t need to.
I was a king of my realm, the devil you whispered about in your sleep.
So when his debt fell due, he sold me his wife.
And I was happy because I wanted to play with her like any fool would.
And play with her, I did.
Pity, in the end, I would have to kill her.


This book was provided by the author through Wildfire Marketing Solutions in exchange for an honest review. Thank you T.L. Smith and Wildfire Marketing Solutions!

Chained Hands is the first book in the Chained Hearts Duet and tells the story of Sailor and Keir. 

Chained Hands is the first book I’ve read by T.L. Smith, so I didn’t really know what to expect. The synopsis sounded so interesting and that’s why I signed up for the ARC. I’m so glad that I did because this book was so good. Chained Hands was such an addictive book, I had to know what was going to happen to Sailor and Keir, they’re both interesting characters and the story in general was so good.

Sailor and Keir meet each other under special circumstances and from the moment I met both characters, I couldn’t get enough of them. I really liked getting to know Sailor and Keir, and throughout the book I was sometimes a bit shocked. They’ve both done some crazy stuff… I really liked Sailor’s stubbornness, she doesn’t give up easily and if she doesn’t want something, she makes it clear. I was also a fan of Keir because I cannot get enough of ‘bad’ men…

Chained Hands was such an amazing Mafia Romance and I’m so happy that I picked up this book. Chained Hands was my first T.L. Smith book, but it won’t be the last one! T.L. Smith did such an amazing job with this book, and I’m really looking forward to the next book in the duet. I also want to say that this book ends with a f*cking cliffhanger, and I’m kinda angry. But I still recommend this book, lol!