Stolen Time

Stolen Flame - D.W. Marshall

Beebs' Review

 

We 'meet' Vivian as she is planning a weekend away celebrating her birthday with her best friends, one of whom is Liam, the man she is in love with and is planning on losing her virginity with that weekend.

That same night Vivian is kidnapped from her home and taken to work in 'The Chamber' an exclusive sex club for rich playboys. She and the other six girls kidnapped are told that they will be held for one year, at the end of which they will be very well compensated and unless they co-operate fully the kidnappers will hurt their families.

After this the book alternates between Vivian's time in the chamber and Liam's time spent looking for her. My question is, where is the angst? Considering the plot, there was very little angst except for some lamenting by both Liam and Vivian that they hadn't taken the chance to get together when they had the opportunity.

This one just wasn't for me, it was all just a little too implausible for me.

*Received form Netgalley