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  • New captive romance/suspense!

    Francesca Baez delivers a very captivating story about a wealthy young heiress held hostage inside her own mansion by a small gang of thugs with an uncertain agenda. Selina Palacios was so spoiled and pampered prior to meeting Javier, Miel, Brock and Hernandez, that she didn’t know how to make a sandwich, turn on a vacuum cleaner, or boil water. Soon they have her cooking and cleaning for them, amongst other things! The leader of the kidnappers is Javier, a darkly mysterious character with an elaborate but secretive plan and an unsettlingly personal obsession with Selina. Of all her captors, Selina is the least at ease with, and also the most attracted to him. The magnetism is there; I can sense it, but I wanted more wit and intensity from their dialogue and interactions. In this, I am playing the role of the spoiled reader, knowing the sultry palpitations that Ms. Baez can deliver even with her characters across the room. But I loved the way the story grips me, doesn’t let me give up, and captures me along with Selina. The ending, which is not quite the ending, promises some changes for Selina and Javier that make me eager for Book 2. I think Ms. Baez is going to deliver on her captive reader’s lusty cravings ... as well as clarify some very burning questions.

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