TBR Reviewer: Kim
On the face of it, this was an interesting thriller. There was plenty of action and the pace was good. We flipped between Emely's situation and her back story told by members of her staff and her close friends. The trouble was it was just so unbelievable. One minute Emely's captor is intent on raping and abusing her and the next he's so in love with her he can't live without her. Emely, supposedly a strong and independent business woman, she ends up
having similar feelings for him. I know there is a condition called Stockholm Syndrome, where the prisoner ends up falling in love with their captor but it just didn't feel realistic to me. That being said it was a good read but I would hesitate to recommend it for the reasons already mentioned.