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Dark Secrets: Captive

By: Thrust
Narrated by: Candace Young
Length: 28 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)
Regular price: $3.95
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Publisher's Summary

The 18-year-old daughter of a rich businessman is held hostage for seven days, while her captors try and extort money from her stubborn father. While he continues to refuse to pay the ransom, the teenage girl gets closer to her captor, and despite her rough treatment, begins to fall in love with him.

©2013 Thrust (P)2017 Thrust

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Piercing Story

The narrator was great. The story was short, but still good. Need more sex and more passion.

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Good performance...

I was gifted a code for this audiobook. I'm leaving this review voluntarily.

I enjoyed the narration for this. Unfortunately the story itself wasn't for me personally.

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  • lh
  • 10-21-17

Dark but a bit too dark in places

I really liked it except one thing that happenend but if i said that it would be a spoiler or won't it cus that is revealed at the start?

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  • James Bennett
  • 02-24-19

It's got good and bad points.

As usual with Candace, it was very well performed. It was written well, but it was a bit darker than I expected. It was very good, but don't go into this expecting any feel-good. It's more provocative than pleasing.