- Loose Id LLC
- Release Date
- September 2016
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Multi-cultural/Multi-racial Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery
Public Defender Loren Archer is kidnapped. Taken to an abandoned farmhouse, she finds herself locked up with two other captives. Two hotter-than-sin male captives. Although Cris and Garrett awaken her deepest fantasies, Loren knows they need to focus on escaping. But all the focus in the world can't keep her from realizing what's been missing in her life. She wants to be loved.
Detectives Cristiano Rodriguez and Garrett Deveroe try to help the woman they hear screaming. Instead, they are drugged and kidnapped for their trouble. Trapped in an old house, they quickly discover deadbolts on doors and casement windows and that there is no apparent way out. Ordinarily, being alone with one woman they both want wouldn't pose a problem, but Loren is as much victim as they are, and they need to tread carefully.
After days locked in a house with nothing to do, it's only a matter of time before the tension snaps--but will it lead to time-outs or time in bed?
Dec 24, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
75 people found the following review helpful
TRAPPED is about Loren, Garrett, and Cris. A lawyer and two detectives who find themselves trapped in a remote farmhouse, with no idea why they are there. Not only are they desperate to escape, but there is also the fact that Loren's birthday is coming up, and she was determined to lose her virginity as a present to herself. Just who has taken them, and why?
You get these answers, plus a whole lot more, in this book. There is a big dollop of insta-lust that quickly evolves into love, plus the whole 'we need to escape' business. There are plenty of twists and turns as you read along, trying to figure out whodunnit. The attraction between the three was so high I wondered at one point if it was something to do with the drug that the men had been injected with! Alas, no, I was wrong - it was all 100% pure attraction.
If I had to say anything negative about this book, it would be that the timing of certain conversations, and the way of speaking, particularly by Loren, is sometimes a tad stilted. However, this didn't have a negative impact on the story at all.
Well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this book.
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