After fleeing the city in the dead of night, Emmie expected the hazards of the forest, but she never thought she would run into real danger or be brutally taken by one of the raiders who had been banished outside the walls. She never thought she would be tied up and forced to submit to their rules, and she never planned to find herself kneeling before their leader - no matter how gorgeous he was.
Lucian had spent most of his adult life figuring out how to protect those banished by the corrupt men inside the city, but when he meets Emmie, he doesn't just want to keep her safe, he wants to claim her - body and soul. But once he does, and she despises him for it, how can he possibly show her what life can be like when she's really and truly free, and how can he show her that a good life might be possible with him?
In Taken by the Enemy listeners are taken on a dark journey of discovery where the truths that Emmie has held close since she was a child are turned inside out, and she discovers that the enemy she's been raised to fear may just be her salvation. Will she be able to bend to Lucian's demands for obedience, and the harsh ways in which he enforces them, so she can discover a world where real peace is possible? Or will she turn away from the people who can save them all just to protect her heart?
Publisher's note: This book is a dark story with explicit sexual themes, violence, and complete power exchange. If such material offends you, please do not purchase.
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By Amazon Customer on 17-11-16
I couldn't. ..
I am on the road more than I am at home. I listen to more audiobooks than you can imagine. so the narrator is very important to me. In this story the sexy Lucian who is a warrior hunter, the clan leader , strong, ripped and takes what he wants had the voice of an 18 year old boy. there's no voice inflection and Andrew simply reads. I enjoyed the story, however, but at chapter 12, quit. I suggest resubmitting it with a narrator that gives Lucien a voice worthy of the sexy man he is.
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By Morgan Yates on 27-12-17
This was such a great listen. I’m new to erotica and this definitely did not disappoint. It was more on the darker side but it didn’t bother me. I loved the relationship between Emmaline and Lucian. It had the perfect balance of sex and plot. I hope Jennifer Bene makes this a series, I would absolutely read more.