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Tuesday, October 2

Review: Taken by Kelli Maine

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Title: Taken

By: Kelli Maine

Series: Give and Take Book 1

My Copy: Ebook from Author

BookWhisperer Rating:

four books

ABDUCTION.
You steal me away to a deserted island, to the one place I’ve dreamed of being—the one place I can’t go.
SEDUCTION.
You’re used to buying whatever you want, but you can’t buy me...how do I resist the magnetism of your body, the longing ache deep inside me? I want you to take me—on my terms.
DESPERATION.
Every attempt you make to love me only hurts me. How can we go on like this?
This is the story of how I was
TAKEN.

Rachael DeSalvo cares for those she loves with no regard for what she needs from them in return. When her father dies, her mother’s emotional dependency becomes overbearing. Unable to leave her distressed mother, Rachael turns down her dream job with Rocha Enterprises.
Billionaire real estate mogul, Merrick Rocha, knows what motivates people and what buttons to push to get what he wants. When the perfect project manager candidate turns down his job offer, it drives him mad. Three months of watching Rachael from afar has him more determined than ever to have her—for much, much more than an employee.
Merrick takes what he wants, but can he convince Rachael to give him what he needs?

our thoughts finl 
Kelli Maine will leave readers perplexed with the emotional rollercoaster of Taken. Merrick and Rachael offer an intensity that will borderline overpowering through this story. As readers battle between uncertainty and lust they will uncover a heart pounding story that will ensuring their dedication for this debuting series. Maine pushes readers to dissect their own psyche to question the thin line between lust and fear. Many readers may find this type of story disturbing, but other will find to be a carefully crafted story full of passion.

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