Who would want to kidnap her? And why?
Lia Von Stratham knew she was a nobody. What would anyone want with a simple humanitarian who spent long days dispensing food and medicine to third world refugees? She owned little, and certainly nothing of interest to anyone else. Nor did she possess any political leverage. Her use as a bargaining chip would amount to nothing. A ransom demand would yield similar results. Neither her family nor employer had any money.
So, what did they want with her? Who would gain by her abduction?
Her kidnapper identified Marcel DuPries as the genius behind her kidnapping, but the name meant nothing to Lia. Absolutely nothing. And questioning the man responsible for her captivity gained even less. The man remained as silent as death.
Verifying his victim by her unusual birthmark revealed far more than positive identification for the mercenary hired to bring in Von Stratham. The woman was a Goddess.
As each step brought them toward an increasingly unacceptable confrontation with DuPries, Lia's endurance and resolve sucker-punched him square into his heart. As much as he marveled at the woman's strength and fortitude, it was Lia's zest, her utter determination to live, that hammered at the shield covering his soul. He hadn't known life could inspire such passion. Or how infectious it was.
A standalone book.
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Wow! had my heart pounding at every turn. Great story and even better ending. Loved it!
NOT YOUR EVERYDAY LOVE STORY
Would you listen to Save Me: A Romantic Suspense again? Why?
Very suspenseful. Intriguing story that keeps your attention.I would definitely listen again.
What did you like best about this story?
Lots of conflict. The heroin falls in love with her captor who is a mercenary. Book was very suspenseful with well written characters and descriptions. I felt like I was there.
Which character – as performed by Reid Kerr – was your favorite?
Lia Von Stratham 's character is strong, yet venerable. Reid Kerr is a good narrator.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It kept me on the edge of my seat.
Any additional comments?
Crysa James' debut novel could have been written by a New York Times Best Selling author. She writes with the fluency of a mature writer that knows how to put words on a page.