by Isabella Jordan

June 2004
ISBN: 1-59279-260-X
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Mia isnít sure what is happening to her. Ever since her cousin Edward showed up on her doorstep after her fatherís death, things havenít been the same. Now they are in France and Mia doesnít know why. She soon learns what her cousin did to her. Yes, he sold her to a madam to work in her house.

Mia is devastated about what happened to her and she doesnít see a way to get out of it. She did send a note to her friend, telling him where she was going in case something happened to her. Well, she is hoping that he comes for her now. But she doesnít hold out hope since she is to ďworkĒ on her first night there.

Anthony wants a quiet life, with no interference from the outside and that includes his friend Nicolas. But Nicolas has a proposition for him and he realizes that he canít refuse it; it seems to be his last hope for his peace and solitude. Only things never work out the way they are supposed too.

Miaís friend does come to her rescue in a round about way by hiring Anthony through Nicolas to get her safely out of there. The attraction between Mia and Anthony is there from the start. Woman In Chains is a short story and when Anthony first gets to Mia she is in chains, cuffs around her wrist.

This is the second story Iíve read by Ms. Jordan and both have been short stories. I will be reading more by Ms. Jordan because even though they are short they still have an instant attraction between the hero and heroine, as well as some conflict that needs to be worked out before they can be together. If youíre looking for a short story about finding love in the most unusual places then pick up Woman In Chains.

Reviewed in October 2004 by Pam.

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