Kidnapped Love

Kidnapped Love

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CLB321 By CLB321 Completed

A girl moves in with her mother across the country just as she is about to start college. She hopes to make a new life for herself but along the way she meets her first challenge. Mysterious kidnappings are happening all over the country and no one can find the man (or men) behind it all. She believes she has found her first true love but when she starts to suspect that he is the criminal behind it all, what will she do? Every challenge imaginable is being thrown her way. How will she deal with each problem? Will it push her over the edge? Can you figure out what's going to happen next? If you think you can good luck because this will be an ending you will never forget.

I honestly wouldn't question it haha, stores can have some weird names
Heypips Heypips Mar 21, 2015
You know, I am writing a story named Kidnapped Love, but it is completely different.
Leaniva_12 Leaniva_12 Dec 21, 2014
Oh yeh, do you also want the part of the boyfriend, where he wraps his arm around your neck cutting off your air supply LMAO
HeeeyKourtt HeeeyKourtt Apr 30, 2014
comma's always go before the word "but".  Use a comma before all conjunctions (and, but, for, nor, yet, or, so) to connect two independent clauses, as in "He hit the ball well, but he ran toward third base."
CLB321 CLB321 Nov 27, 2012
Be sure to check out Kidnapped Love: The Beginning of the End when ur done reading this book. :) Remember to vote and fan me if you enjoy my books. Thanks!!
CLB321 CLB321 Aug 08, 2012
Let me know what you think of my book. Honest comments are appreciated!!