Wednesday, March 27, 2013


Posted by A Drop of Romeo at 4:48 PM

Samantha is a normal college student, until her apartment falls victim to a bomb, and she's kidnapped by a very mysterious, very handsome stranger, whose intentions aren't all that clear.
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Marta Thinks:    As soon as I read the first chapter, I knew this

Samantha gets "kidnapped" by James, who is a member of the IDK, a government organization similar to the FBI, only that it usually uses methods that are illegal (for this reason, they're not publicly recognized). The backstory is that Samantha's parents were part of the IDK but were killed by Langston, the head of the organization which opposes the IDK. He believes that Samantha has some important information and wants to kill her. And that's only half of it. The story, of course, gets more complex than that.

The relationship between Samantha and James was very entertaining to follow. Although it followed a sort of hate/love course at the beginning, it turned out to be quite different later. The side characters were enjoyable to read about too: Zach was amusing; Max was plain creepy; Brian was interesting, although he didn't appear much.

In other words, it's good. As a matter of fact, to quote Jane Austen, the fact that it's good "…is a truth universally acknowledged." At least, by the fictionpress universe, judging by the 3,177 reviews. If that many people enjoyed the story, I'm sure you will too.
story was going to be interesting. How could it not be, with exploding houses and a potential kidnapper? Needless to say, I was hooked.


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