Stolen Hearts (2012 Best Adult Perspective Finalist)

Stolen Hearts (2012 Best Adult Perspective Finalist)

33 Part Story 1.6M Reads 37.5K Votes
Katherine A. Ganzel By KatherineArlene Completed

A young man wakes up to find he's been kidnapped and being held a prisoner.  He's told he won't be harmed and he'll be returned home soon, but can he believe them?  Now he has to figure out how to survive while he shares his prison with one of the kidnappers, a mysterious girl who watches over him.   
    
    Stolen Hearts was a Best Adult Perspective finalist in the 2012 Watty's and is book 1 in the Stolen Hearts Trilogy.
    
    Book 2 - Love You Forever (Watty's 2013 Finalist)
    Book 3 - The Most Precious of All (A Christmas Story)
    
    Check out the trailer in the introduction!   
    
    WARNING!  This is a mature story that is intended for adult readers only.  It covers mature themes in a realistic way and includes strong language throughout.  There is violence, sex and implied sexual violence.  Please don't read this if you are under the age of 18, or find such things disturbing!  
    
    Thank you

ClareMcnally ClareMcnally Jan 10, 2016 10:45PM
Awee, 
                                    My husband supports me too in my writing so glad to finally meet another
ClareMcnally ClareMcnally Jan 10, 2016 10:45PM
Awee, 
                                    My husband supports me too in my writing so glad to finally meet another
ClareMcnally ClareMcnally Jan 10, 2016 10:42PM
Your like me always had to write things down, I'm also a love writer. I'm stuck at the moment I'm hopping I'll get some ideas
scorpio1215 scorpio1215 Sep 27, 2015 10:44AM
When you said that you made up stories in your head to fall asleep, I can totally relate to that! Because I do it too!
_fanatic _fanatic Jul 15, 2015 04:57AM
Lol I accidentally started t read the sequel and was like, WHAT HAPPENED. IM CONFUSED. but then I read the comments and was like, oh, it's the sequel.
drakenKartikay drakenKartikay May 31, 2015 08:11PM
Wow with lots of 'fame' or say 'lots of readers'(<—this one's more appropriate)  comes lots of responsibility!