Taken [NOOK Book]

Overview

Here, presented in one volume, are the four stories that comprise the ‘Taken’ Series, a seriously hot and provocative romance by Lucia Jordan, written in her signature style of high passion with searing depictions of sex and emotion.

Alicia is a rising star at her architecture firm specialising in the restoration of both the ornate and the historical. Her qualifications have her on the fast track for a promotion that could make all of her dreams come true, though the board wants...

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Taken

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Overview

Here, presented in one volume, are the four stories that comprise the ‘Taken’ Series, a seriously hot and provocative romance by Lucia Jordan, written in her signature style of high passion with searing depictions of sex and emotion.

Alicia is a rising star at her architecture firm specialising in the restoration of both the ornate and the historical. Her qualifications have her on the fast track for a promotion that could make all of her dreams come true, though the board wants her to prove it beyond any doubt and there’s one last test that stands in her way - to restore a southern plantation. It should have been a run of the mill assignment; in and out, and then back to the city for her promotion but the plantation proves to be much more than she could have ever anticipated.

Soon after arriving on location, she meets the man who owns the property, his name is Beau, and he’s as sexually virile as he is tanned and toned. He’s the perfect southern gentleman, full of charm and wit. Beau makes no effort to hide the fact that he wants Alicia and will do anything to have her. But what’s the sexual secret he’s hiding in his antebellum mansion? Can Alicia meet the challenge and handle his sexual desires? And will saving the plantation prove to be more than she bargained for?

This ebook contains very hot and explicit descriptions of romantic activity. Only mature readers should download this book.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940046416404
  • Publisher: Lucia Jordan
  • Publication date: 11/18/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 251,310
  • File size: 191 KB

Meet the Author

Lucia Jordan is a writer who believes sex must be celebrated and enjoyed!

Every other subject in the world seems fit for literature and art whereas sex and sexuality, something that concerns us all, is only now starting to emerge and become accepted in the mainstream. Lucia endeavors to be as comprehensive about the sexual imagination as possible by writing short stories and novellas that are both entertaining, full of amazing characters, fantastic settings, sexualities and of course, lots and lots of sex.

She hopes you enjoy her work so she can keep writing about what she loves to do.

Enjoy

Lucia Jordan

xoxo

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2008

    facts to fiction

    This was my first book I read of this author, it keeps you interested. However, I know the book if fiction but it would have been nice had the author did a little research on pneumothorax. They dont put a tube down your throat to inflate your lung. The tube is inserted into the chest to inflate the lung and you dont go chasing bad guys the moment you wake up. This part of the book totally turned me off and I would have stopped reading from there if it wasnt that I want Tommy to be found.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2008

    Nice suprise

    I found this book on the shelf at a store for a very low marked down price, so I was thinking it must not be anything great. The first half of the book was the best I'd ever read. Everything tied together so well, the writing and plot were both very clever. The momentum just doesn't carry over, and makes the second half of the book a let down. The characters are very good, the writing was excellent. I would pass this book on to someone, because the first half was just that strong. ...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2007

    Make it into a movie...Please!

    A marvelously-crafted story, which would make a superb movie script. I couldn't put it down!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2006

    Not 'Taken' in by plot

    Too predictable! I began reading this and was disappointed. The plot had no twists and the characters didn't seem to develop. There are many loose ends that drag the story down. I unfortunately had to finish the book for an assignment. It has to be one of the most terrible books I've read all year.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    tense character driven chilling tale

    In Fairfax, Connecticut, widow Kate Bickford watches her eleven years old son Tomas stroke the winning hit in a Little League game. Afterward he goes to purchase a sundae while his mom goes to their minivan to wait for him. Her child never shows up. When a few minutes pass and no one knows where he went, a stunned Kate heads home assuming a communication mix-up, but Tommy is not who greets her. --- Inside her home waiting for her is Tommy¿s kidnapper, former Special Ops officer Steve Cutter, who coldly explains how to get her son back before he departs. Complicating matters for the frantic mother is Cutter has left her a mess in her basement freezer the murdered corpse of Sheriff Fred Corso, the coach of Tommy's baseball team. The police believe Kate killed Fred in a probable lovers¿ quarrel and do little to search for Tommy as they do not believe her that her son is in trouble. Kate knows she needs professional help on her two-front war. She retains attorney Maria Savalo to deal with the cops and child abduction recovery expert Randall Shane to deal with Cutter she needs both to rescue Tommy. --- Chris Jordon pens a tense character driven chilling tale that grips the audience from the moment that Kate meets Cutter who has already TAKEN her son, invaded her home, and murdered the sheriff. Readers initially believe that the kidnapper is only after some easy money and willing to kill to obtain it, but soon realize that his motive is much stronger and deeper than cash. Though the behavior of law enforcement seems odd with the alerts on child abductions, fans will consider this one of the short list novels for thriller of the year. --- Harriet Klausner

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