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Prisoner (Criminals & Captives Book 1) by [Warren, Skye, Martin, Annika]
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Length: 416 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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HE SEETHES WITH RAW POWER THE FIRST TIME I SEE HIM—pure menace and rippling muscles in shackles. He’s dangerous. He’s wild. He’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.

So I hide behind my prim glasses and my book like I always do, because I have secrets, too. Then he shows up in the prison writing class I have to teach and he blows me away with his honesty. He tells me secrets in his stories, and it's getting harder to hide mine. I shiver when he gets too close, with only the cuffs and the bars and the guards holding him back. At night, I can’t stop thinking about him.

But that’s the thing about an animal in a cage—you never know when he’ll bite. He might use you to escape. He might even pull you into a forest and hold a hand over your mouth, so you can’t call for the cops. He might make you come so hard, you can’t think.

And you might crave him more than your next breath.


WARNING: PRISONER is a dark romance that explores dubious consent and captivity. Not intended for those uncomfortable with the subject matter or under eighteen.

~PRISONER is a standalone novel and the first in the Criminals & Captives series~

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  • Print Length: 416 pages
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
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I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads.

We jump straight in with the two lead characters meeting at the prison where Grayson is an inmate and Abigail is teaching a writing class.

The story switches between Abigail and Grayson's points of view, which on the surface are very different. I like that we go into the story with no history about either character and their pasts are revealed to us throughout the story.

This is a real page turner. I kept reading and I couldn't wait to see what happened next. The story has good action and suspense. The authors convinced me to take the ride with the characters. I really enjoyed it. Prisoner is well worth a read.

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I am having trouble putting together this review without giving away spoilers or too much detail. This was one amazingly well written book and the characters were fantastic. Prisoner was so unpredictable and I very much need more from this series. All the guys in Grayson’s gang are hot, intriguing and broken; I need to know more, especially Nate and Stone.

Abigail Winslow has been given a project for college, she has to teach 16 prisoners an English memoir class. Abby was nervous showing up, the staff are not very friendly, but who can blame them and while waiting for someone to show her in, a prisoner walks down the hall with two guards. Prisoner #85359 has a latticework of scars all over his hands and arms, but funnily enough no ink. He appeared to be leaving solitary and just as the prisoner walks through the door, Abby’s name is called. The prisoner whispers her name and Abby could feel it all the way to her toes.

Grayson has no privileges while inside, no phone, no letter writing and no contact with the outside world. He has no way to get in contact with his crew to help him escape. Like everyone inside, he is innocent and needs out to prove his innocence.

When Grayson is back in his cell, his cellmate is writing in a book, concentrating hard. Grayson is curious and asks what’s going on. Teke is writing his story for an English class, he’s trying to better himself through education and will get time knocked off his sentence in the process. Teke tells Grayson they have to write true events otherwise Ms Winslow will know. All of the prisoners’ stories will be put into The Kingman Journal and published online. Abby has secrets of her own, but cannot believe what some of prisoners’ write for their stories.
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By ange on 25 March 2015
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This is the best book I have read this year and certainly Skye's best to date. I was reluctant to read it from the book description and the cover but if you ignore those things and enjoy the writing and the chracters you will find the storyline is fantastic. I also worried the book would glorify crims and thier propensity to use people but the female lead is such a strong character the natural progression is very believable. i hope this collaberation continues and their are more books in this series. The book is also well edited with no real plot holes which I have found annoying in other Skye Warren books.
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