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2ND EDITION Cathryn is a bookish 19-year-old girl who has just begun to embark on her university life, when she, along with a couple of friends, is abducted during a sorority party by a group of armed men who work for the Brotherhood, an international crime syndicate, involved in human trafficking, drug dealing, and other criminal activities. She is taken under the wings of Alec, one of the henchmen, for almost a year. Throughout which time, they test each other's sexual boundaries, and he comes to develop an obsession for her.
But is this kind of love real, and can this kind of love last a lifetime?
you name it, this book has them all.
Set against the lush backdrop of the Tenderloin in San Francisco, all the way across the Pacific Ocean, to Osaka, Japan, Claiming You in Eden will take you on an emotional rollercoaster ride. Ultimately, this novel tells the triumphant story of one sexual assault survivor, as she navigates the world after her ordeal, with the help of those around her; in other words, not your usual abduction romance story.
Warning: Contains mature themes and dark triggers. Recommended only for 18 years old and above.
"""A stunning and emotional read from the start. It flows well and before you know it it's finished. This book explores a wide stream of subjects. Upsetting in places but it's not something we should shy away from. Brave and well delivered. More books please."" - Sheena Fleming, Author of Watching Over You.
""This is an intense book, which explores many difficult subjects. It was quite difficult to read in places but saying that, the author clearly knows the genre. This will suit fans who have read books of similar themes.""- Julia Cowan, Author of Cells.
""Amazing story line, lovely presentation, erotic and classy perfectly blended to capture reader's interest. Character development is deep and complex, especially of the female protagonist. It had me hooked right away, I know a book is good when it takes me away from my everyday world. I would definitely recommend it!""- Diana D. Wild, Author of The Neverending Poems"