2 edition of Captive Hearts found in the catalog.
|Statement||Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing|
|Publishers||Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing|
|LC Classifications||July 31, 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
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From her, they finally learn the name and location of the doctor who is Krill's accomplice--Dr. A finance executive is mysteriously kidnapped and when the hostage takers send video demands directly to the man's wife, a lone police officer, Detective Kelsoe, has his suspicions. He was badass and yet so very kind.
It's just gave that kind of impression. The hurt trumped the comfort Captive Hearts made this a very depressing story. In other words, this book is not for the faint of heart or those for whom abuse is a trigger.
The reason he is with Frankie is revealed in small bits and it takes a while before we learn exactly why he is willing to take the horrific abuse that Frankie deals out to him. The first book in this Deviant Heart series had a really difficult theme.
Undercover as a married couple seeking a child, the pair go to see him and ask about his services. It's like the equivalent of all those Captive Hearts paranormal romances I've quit reading less than halfway through lately--practically zero actual character development, just a bunch of stuff happening for little to no believable reason, and with no transitions between events.
And the situation Billy is mixed up in has hints to underground activities. Dashiell becomes ensconced in trying to sort this all out and save Billy. 5 stars This was a good, dark romance with an age gap.
Not just threatening to murder Larry Tasha and her two hoods accomplices want by their actions to force the stock of Maxgen Corp.
It's just gave that kind of impression.
Summary [ ] "Sammo and Terrell pursue a sweatshop manager who sells its workers' babies.