- File Size: 975 KB
- Print Length: 221 pages
- Publisher: HellBound Books Publishing LLC (October 23, 2018)
- Publication Date: October 23, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07JNNKJYD
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #443,760 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The plot is part drama, part thriller, part suspense and (surprisingly) part romance. The sex scenes are REALLY juicy, if you’re into that kind of theme. Very “50 Shades of Grey”-esque. I will say that this book could probably be triggering for anyone who has found themselves held captive, but is otherwise an interesting entertaining read. The plot is perfectly paced, the characters are well developed and the writing is easy to follow. This book isn’t just a mindless story but a true delve into the psychology of both the Captor and the Captive in a kidnapping situation. I highly recommend this five star book to lovers of the thriller and romance genres and even those who are interested in psychology and/or the study of human nature.
The story is made up of heroes who fight to stop the slavery and human trafficking. The story is filled with drama, misery thriller and fictions that combine to make the story sweet. The courageous police lady who goes undercover to fight the slavery from inside, that is a great act of courage that I personally can’t have. The book addressing the day to day issues that affect our daily lives makes it a must read and I can say it was a wonderful story. The author is great; the language, grammar and every aspect of tool used in the story is great. The book is lengthy enough to make you really fall into the story.
Adriana is smart yet seems to have a challenge keeping her mouth shut. I said out loud a few times, ‘come on girl just be quiet!’ But she is smart. The way she explained things made so much sense in this work of fiction. I was believing she could really do all the things she had ideas about. When a situation went awry, I had to keep reading. ‘How in the world is she going to get out of this one?’ was said by me more than once while reading. She came across as a smart, realistic and strong woman.
Easy to read and understand and had a good flow, considering everthing that was going on. Again, the steamy was just right. Who doesn’t like a book that starts off immediately with suspense and wonder? It grabbed my attention in a way that few books have. Undercover police, cartel, thugs, a little violence and crime, possible romance and then many elements of humanity.
This book made me feel tense at times and on edge. Adriana’s compassion for the women made me say ‘awwwe’ a few times and I also felt more compassion about the human trafficking element. I hate that it occurs and it is horrible. The book wrote about it in a way that made my stomach not turn. It was a work of fiction. I enjoyed the book.
To follow up the trigger warning statement, I want to add that the author mindfully writes the sex scenes in a fifty shades of grey style, but I stand by my trigger warning I mentioned earlier. I enjoyed the mystery part of the book and the character development of Adriana. The book was an interesting read, but I must admit, I personally had a hard time understanding the overall theme of the book due to so many elements being at play. There are times it seems like it has potential for romance, then it becomes a thriller/suspense. It was a nice change up from what I usually read. If you enjoy a thriller involving law enforcement going undercover, you would probably enjoy this book