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The Kidnappers - 2 stories that merge into 1 and will keep you captivated and curious 
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 The Kidnappers - 2 stories that merge into 1 and will keep you captivated and curious
Keith had a rough childhood, abandoned by his mother and raised by his abusive father, he decides to kidnap the girl of his dreams and make her fall in love with him. That’s how Allison gets trapped in his house in Bryson City, North Carolina and he promises he will release her unharmed in 1 year if she doesn’t fall in love with him.
In the same time a second story develops, the one of Jennifer, a journalist from Seattle who runs away from her violent husband David when she finds out she was pregnant. She changes her name to Mary Smith and ends up in Cherokee, North Carolina, a town near Keith’s house.
How are these two stories connected?
Will Allison fell in love with Keith?
Is David going to find Mary?
This captivating story will keep you engaged and curious, filled with unexpected twists and turns, violence and love, two stories that at one point will merge.


You can find the book on amazon, both in Kindle edition and paperback:
https://www.amazon.com/Kidnappers-Madda ... oks&sr=1-1



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