Book one of the exciting Taken series will slip you into the world of drug cartels, DEA operations, and the never-waiving love between Arden and Lucy.
Arden Jones is a DEA agent and has seen and done it all. His transfer to a desk job is finally in reach. But, when his good friend is brutally murdered he must go after the cartel one more time while protecting the ones he loves.
Lucy Farris arranges flowers for a living, lives in a quaint house in the outskirts of Seattle, and has two adorable Siamese cats. The last thing she expects is to be kidnapped and used as bait to by the cartel to hunt the man she loves.
I'm standing on my own with a low rating. I've read the other reviews and feel like I read a different book. Yes, I agree it's romantic suspense but that's where we diverge. The story felt as if written by an amateur, certainly not read by an unbiased beta reader or content editor. There's just something missing.
Would you consider the audio edition of Taken by Love to be better than the print version?
What other book might you compare Taken by Love to and why?
Forbidden, they both are great reads and makes you want more
What about Don Colasurd Jr.’s performance did you like?
It was well performed
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Never thought about it.
Any additional comments?
Another great book by Sharon Kleve