My name is Savannah Miller.
My father is the mayor of New York. One day after my twenty-seventh birthday I was grabbed from behind. A cloth sack was quickly pulled over my head, and I was taken from everything I’d ever known.
I was beaten, starved, treated like an animal, and forced to live in a room with no windows. With no sense of time and no dignity left I finally gave up hope and made a promise to myself to end it all. Unfortunately, it was going to be a slow process.
Then one night an elite group of US Army soldiers came to my rescue. I was brought to a safe house and given two options:
One—Stay under their protection and follow their rules or…
Two—Leave and be guaranteed to be returned to the savages within a week.
This book had me from the first chapter and I would not put it down. To be perfectly honest I’m not even sure how it appeared on my Kindle! But boy am I glad it did!
Savannah is kind of in limbo right now, constantly disappointing her politician father, and really just trying to stay out of the press and out of trouble. When she is kidnapped and tortured for months on end, she has almost given up the will to live when an elite grouop of men swoop in and rescue her.
She knows nothing about where she is or who these guys are but she feels safe for the first time in a long time. But in order to stay safe, she can’t go home or anywhere else until they can figure out why she was kidnapped and who is behind it. Until then she is still in danger. The rules are clear. Stay here and live or leave and die.
Savannah is a smart, funny, and strong character and soon charms all of the people in this safehouse. Some more than others.
I am not giving away one single clue to what happens, because you deserve to be surprised here. All I will say is that when it was over all I could say was Oh No, no, no ,no. There has to be another one!
And there is because this is a trilogy! Thank you to whoever sent me this book. I skipped half a day of work just to finish it! When I read the author’s bio it stated she was a lover of James Patterson and it shows! Definitely my kind of book!