Monday, May 16, 2011

Review: Hidden by Abby Blake

Hidden by Abby Blake

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Alana wakes to find herself handcuffed to an old bed in a hunting cabin in the middle of nowhere. After six years of being held against her will and subjected to horrifying experiments she's learned to deal with almost anything.

Gabe and Rafe, twin brothers working as special agents, have been given an unusual assignment. Locate and rescue a woman who was handcuffed to a bed three days ago. When they get there she is not only exhausted and injured but also completely pissed off and telekinetic.

Alana has spent many years using the only currency she had to make her life better in captivity—her body. But, despite the attraction and rampant arousal she can sense coming from both men, they both turn her down time and time again.

But Gabe and Rafe want more. Can they convince Alana they want her love as well as her body?

Wendy's Review

Wow, Hidden starts out with adventure and it continues in the entire book. Abby has a way of writing that has you consuming all the words at a rapid pace so that you can get to the next phase of the story.

Even though I haven't read the first two stories I had no trouble in reading and understanding what was happening with Alana, Gabe and Rafe's life.

Alana was rescued by her brother, but to protect her he had to hide her chained in a cabin in a remote location. As the difficulties began to develop he had to call in two of his partners, Gabe and Rafe to rescue her from the cabin and keep her safe.

Gabe and Rafe were twins with telepathic abilities but what amazed them is that Alana had no trouble following their quiet conversations of the mind.

Keeping Alana safe was their first priority for their friend, but soon they realized that Alana was for them and that her safety was first and foremost for them.

This story keeps you wanting to reach in and help a woman whose life has been torn apart. With love of two men and a family that she didn't realize she had Alana learns that even through the loneliness of the last six years she could be loved without strings attached.

5 Tea Cups!

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