This is another rerelease of Maggie Jame’s work since she became the latest star author to be signed by Bloodhound books. I am a huge fan of Maggie’s work and this story is no exception
Eighteen-year-old Beth Sutton is abducted and held prisoner in a basement. Dependent on her captor for everything, Beth slowly starts to build a relationship with the man responsible for her imprisonment.
But her abductor is guilty of more than just kidnap and she has the evidence to prove it.
When she escapes from the basement Beth’s toughest challenge will be dealing with her memories.
Will Beth ever overcome her trauma?
And what is the relationship between love and fear?
This novel is outstanding, it grabs you from the very first pages and never lets you go, it even keeps you thinking after the novel has finished. I loved the way you saw how Beth’s thoughts changed as she spent longer in captivity. The whole concept of this story was fascinating and I found the standard of writing to be breathtaking if you haven’t discovered Maggie James yet where have you been. I can’t find the words to express how much I enjoyed this novel, it’s a 5** + read for me.