Book Review: Held

Held (Held #1)

 3.76  ·   Rating Details ·  955 Ratings  ·  228 Reviews
Nicole Lee, a young wife and new mother, steps out of the mall, squinting against the glare of the midday sun, completely unaware that her life is about to change forever.

In a matter of seconds, she is steeped in fear as the world she knows and the life she loves fades away.

As the panic sets in and the terror takes hold, Nicole tries to keep calm, though she's now in a frantic fight for her life. Locked in a deadly battle of wits with a psychopath, she struggles to keep her sanity as she's held.

A 59,000+ word novel, with over 17,000 words of bonus content.

For mature audiences only.

's review
Dec 27, 2016  ·  edit

it was amazing
bookshelves: 5-staraction-packedcrazydarkthrillerviolence
Read from December 24 to 27, 2016

Sick, twisted, disgusting. Don't judge me. I loved it. There were a few scenes that had me cringing, but I read on. This is a three book series, and I didn't realize that when I read the third book some time ago. It didn't spoil anything for me, book one was still very intriguing.

I can't imagine the horror Nicole faced at the hands of Ron. Walking on egg shells the entire time. Afraid she would answer his questions the wrong way and end up down in the basement. Also, the aftermath must have been terrifying for her. Always looking over your shoulder.

Highly recommended if you can stomach it!

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