Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Kidnapped By Her Husbands by Rebecca Royce

Alone in prison.
No recollection of the past.
A baby grows inside her.

In a futuristic world where women are scarce and only the wealthy can afford a wife, Melissa Alexander is trapped in a prison rehabilitation center with no memory of who she is. The unborn child growing inside her is all that keeps them from making her pay for the sins she's committed--sins she cannot recall. But when five sexy strangers, claiming to be her husbands, kidnap her and bring her to safety, Melissa fears she can't trust them. All she can remember is what she was taught under the prison's watchful, vengeful eye: to hate them. But how can she hate--or love--what she can't remember?

My review:
Kidnapped By Her Husbands will suck you in and keep you enthralled by the twists and turns this story takes. Rebecca Royce keeps you guessing past the very last page. I will warn you that this is the first in a series and will leave some things hanging at the end. Melissa is a mess. She is a strong young woman who has had her mind wiped and is brainwashed afterward and yet she still manages to stand on her own even while very pregnant. I loved this book. It has me devising all kinds of scenarios in my head and I can’t wait for answers in the next book.
Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.

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