Reader Question – The book about the girl that was kidnapped by her father….

by Maryse on June 23, 2016 · 3 comments

in Reader Questions

Oh I remember this blurb over the last few weeks. Definitely something I posted about and even highlighted… Hmmm… I shall check my backposts, but if anyone has any idea of which one she’s looking for, please let us know!

Nicole asks:

Hey Maryse!  I need help again with a book.   It’s about a girl that was kidnapped when she was younger and maybe escaped with someone’s help?  Years later she meets a boy again and starts dating him?

I know in the blurb it says something to the effect that it was his father that kidnapped her.  I know I read about it on your blog at some point and waited to buy it because there was a cliffhanger.  Help!


Jackie: Sounds like Never Tear Us Apart by Monica Murphy

Here are a few “bad father” books that I’ve found in past posts, but I still think I “know” the one she’s referring to… I just can’t remember the title:

  • Jagger: A Caldwell Brothers Novel by MJ Fields <— Fighter here’s girl being abused by her father and rescues her…
  • Untamed (A Bad Boy Secret Baby Romance) by Emilia Kincade <—”My father wanted to take my baby away, raise it as his own. So I had to run!”
  • The Drowning Game: A Novel by LS Hawker <— “Petty Moshen spent eighteen years of her life as a prisoner in her own home…”
  • The Bird and the Sword by Amy Harmon <— A few bad fathers in this one, and definitely some kidnappy ones too. (here is my review)
  • The Obsession by Nora Roberts <— “Naomi revealed the horrible extent of her father’s crimes and made him infamous. No matter how close she gets to happiness, she can’t outrun the sins of Thomas David Bowes.”


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Jackie June 23, 2016 at 9:56 AM

Sounds like Never Tear Us Apart by Monica Murphy

Maryse June 23, 2016 at 9:58 AM

Yay! Okay I’m adding it Jackie!

Nicole June 24, 2016 at 8:50 AM

It is Never Tear Us Apart! Book two is out so now I can read it. Thanks for your help!

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