Elizabeth Cromwell has been kidnapped.
It wasn’t bad enough that she had just endured two hours
with the two most boring women on earth. What did she do to
deserve this kind of treatment? Truth is…..nothing.
Mac just wants to save the
farm….literally. This job will get him the money he needs to
save the land his father worked so hard for. But the whole
kidnapping thing gives him a sinking feeling in his gut.
While Liz does everything she can to
escape and Mac does everything he can to prevent that from
happening, they start to fall. He is so not her type, plus
he kidnapped her and she is just a snobby socialite living
off daddy’s money. Yeah, like that makes a difference. Liz
and Mac try to suppress the feelings they are
developing for each other.
As Liz ponders her situation, she
realizes that Mac treats her with more concern than her own
parents ever did. His sense of family is everything she has
ever wanted. Her father’s fame has always been so much more
important to him than his daughter. Some overheard
information makes her see just how much more.
I liked Kidnapped. Liz and Mac get their
happily ever after and the villain gets a kick in the pants,
so to speak. A chivalrous kidnapper is always fun to see.
And Miss Snobby, even though she doesn’t realize she is,
learns a few lessons about herself. Being kidnapped turned
into an enlightening experience and the hunky man didn’t