My darkened cell is my own living nightmare.
Why do you continue to play this game? Why don’t you just kill me?
You’ve almost broken me all over again—but I’ve held firm. I’ve pushed through
the pain you’ve inflicted. And now I’m seeing a side of you I never knew could
exist. A side I connect with. A side I could grow to like.
Your touch on my skin . . . it ignites a fire within.
Only time will tell what will come of it.
This book has totally made me want to bang my fists on the nearest hard surface. I’ll tell you why. Cliffhanger. If you know me, you’ll know I really don’t like them, especially when I’ve really gotten into the story. Now, I’m more of a romance fan myself, because I happen to like happy endings and all the resultant mush and crazy sex involved. The kinkier the better, but not this book. This is about a woman who has had a pretty horrific childhood, and now she’s been taken by a man who has starved, tortured, and shot her.
But wait! There is a dashing detective named Roman who is doing everything he can to find her. And Elenore is still alive and kicking thanks to the fact that her captor is fighting an inner battle with himself. We find out a whole bunch of new information about Elenore’s history and the fact the our Captor may be someone familiar. I have a couple of theories about who he may be, but the last book is a month away. Grrrr.
Until then, I’ll just tell you that if you like suspense, this is one book series that will keep you riveted right from page one. Just be prepared to be totally annoyed if you don’t like cliffhangers. There’s a big one!
bright and sunny Queensland, Australia. She has always been a reader. When she
was little, she’d be up late reading Garfield
and Asterix comic books and also Footrot Flats. When Liz hit high school,
they gave her Tomorrow When the War Began
by John Marsden, and from there her love of books continued to grow.
notebook and pen beside her bed for when those late-night ideas pop into her
head, plus she’s a stationery addict and loves pens, notebooks, and, well,