Eva Webb didn't know what she'd find the night she secretly followed her fiancé. She had feared he was meeting another woman.
But it was so much worse than that.
The man she loved betrayed and kidnapped her, packing her onto a truck destined for the black market to be sold to the highest bidder.
But when the vehicle is ambushed, she is delivered into the hands of her fiancé's enemies: mercenary brothers who would stop at nothing to take him down.
For Gabriel and Syn Rivera, hijacking the truck and stealing its cargo was another job, another way of taking back what was stolen from them. Discovering Eva on board was an unexpected bonus. They now held in their grasp the one thing that could bring down an entire organization, making her a pawn in a deadly game - a game in which she'd need their protection to survive.
But that protection would come at a price.
Now captive to the brothers, Eva would learn that they have always shared their women, and she would be no exception. They would keep her safe. They would protect her. They would make her theirs.
But in a world where criminals often wear two faces, where putting your trust in the wrong people can get you killed, will Eva find she has mistaken lust for love, or will this unlikely union survive?
©2015 Natasha Knight (P)2015 Natasha Knight
Love it. Keep you guesting who good are bad. Make you wont to keep read to see what going to happen next. A very good pages turner. Yes I would recommend it. I will be checking other books by Natasha Knight
Dark, Intense, Discipline
When Gabriel and Syn whip Eva to make an example out of her for the other girls.
She brings a sense of realism to the story. As if you are hearing the story as told by aves.
Made me cringe when she is spanked and whipped.
This was a really great book. It touches on the human trafficking issue. Wonderful dark romance.
I had to give at least a star to continue on with a review. I take the time to do this in the hope of saving someone else from subjecting themselves to this book. If you enjoy hearing of innocent girls' torture, humiliation and degradation then this book is for you. I get enough of this ugliness any day of the week on the news. This isn't literature. Don't believe it has a name. Hopefully for some out there who might read this review - you've been warned.
Narration was excellent. However, I found the actions of the girl in the story to be annoyingly stupid. She's a captive who's had the rules clearly explained and she continuously repeats easily avoided transgressions that get her beaten. Idiot! I'm not talking about escape attempts (those are understandable although first was stupid because no thought put into any plan) but other small things that were unnecessary.
Beware: there is some light BDSM-ish activity involving pain. Not for the squeamish.
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