➚ Prisoner Author Vanessa James – Thegreatwallonline.us

Prisoner Nothing About The Situation Made Sense Julia Loved Living In Rome And In Her Job As Companion To Christina, The Daughter Of A Wealthy Italian Businessman, She Had Adjusted To The Elaborate Security Precautions Surrounding Them.The Kidnapping, When It Came, Was Not Exactly Unexpected What Was Surprising Was The Fact That Though Both Girls Were Captured, It Was Julia They Were Concerned About Holding.Most Surprising Of All Was The Captor, Raphael A Charming, Attractive, Sophisticated Man, Who Did Not Conceal His Feelings For Julia And Who, Under Other Circumstances, Julia Knew She Could Have Loved.

<Epub> ➚ Prisoner  Author Vanessa James – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 188 pages
  • Prisoner
  • Vanessa James
  • English
  • 20 August 2017
  • 0373109377

10 thoughts on “Prisoner


  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Re Prisoner This one requires a huge suspension of disbelief If you can make it past that wall and the fact that the romance is very much an insta lust thing, this is a very dramatic book The h is in Italy doing Italian translations and takes a job with an old friend of her father s escorting his rambunctious 15 going on 45 daughter around to various cultural sites in Rome The babysitting job is a way to earn a bit extra so she can stay on in Italy The girl s family is very rich and there Re Prisoner This one requires a huge suspension of disbelief If you can make it past that wall and the fact that the romance is very much an insta lust thing, this is a very dramatic book The h is in Italy doing Italian translations and takes a job with an old friend of her father s escorting his rambunctious 15 going on 45 daughter around to various cultural sites in Rome The babysitting job is a way to earn a bit extra so she can stay on in Italy The girl s family is very rich and there is a lot of security measures as the...


  2. says:

    Clear case of Stockholm syndrome The hostages exhibited a shocking attitude considering they were threatened, abused, and feared for their lives for over a week Julia bonded emotionally with their captor and she protec...


  3. says:

    Prisoner is the first book I ve read by Vanessa James I was looking forward to trying a new to me author writing during this time period in HelPlessland , but unfortunately wasn t impressed Dislikes1 Raphael and Julia don t spend any quality time together until almost halfway into the book A good portion of the first half is spent with Julia and her employer s daughter, Christina, and setting up the story s plotline We see brief glimpses of the hero, but not much he has no speaking lines, Prisoner is the first book I ve read by Vanessa James I was looking forward to trying a new to me author writing during this time period in HelPlessland , but unfortunately wasn t impressed Dislikes1 Raphael and Juli...


  4. says:

    3.5 stars, maybe 4 if I d been in a different mood Living in today s world, with terrorism and violent kidnappings, it s a little hard to view this premise as romantic I couldn t help but think that the hero s advances early in the kidnapping would seem cre...


  5. says:

    3.5 STARSThis book had a way better plot than most Harlequins and some actionThough, I have to say, the reason for the hero kidnapping the heroine could ve been resolved without an actual kidnappingVery dramatic and unnecessary but it added to the story


  6. says:

    Nothing about the situation made sense Julia loved living in Rome And in her job as companion to Christina, the daughter of a wealthy Italian businessman, she had adjusted to the elaborate security precautions surrounding them.The kidnapping, when it came, was not exactly unexpected What was surprising was the fact that though both girls were captured, it was Julia they were concerned about holding.Most surprising of all was the captor, Raphael a charming, attractive, sophisticated man, who d Nothing about the situation made sense Julia loved living in Rome And in her job as companion to Christina, the daughter of a wealthy Italian businessman, she had adjusted to the elaborate security precautions surrounding them.The kidnapping, when it came, was not exactly unexpected Wha...


  7. says:

    Two wordsHot Mess


  8. says:

    Vanessa James has become one of my absolutely favorite authors within two books She is definitely close to Penny Jordan in writing skill I can t wait to readby her.


  9. says:

    I am disappointed of the reason for kidnapping The whole book not until the last pages I thought its because of the revenge against our heroin or something muchdeeper But, well, it was a nice read though.


  10. says:

    excellent read suspension of disbelief heavily required

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