Review of Crimson Bayou (A Dark Horizon Captives) by Sonora Voss

Crimson Bayou

⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 3.5 out of 5

She’s naïve, semi-educated, beautiful, and looking for more in her life. Unfortunately for her, the offer she has received is not legitimate and she has no idea what she’s signing up for. Carmen DuPree is looking for a way to get out of her life in Mississippi and move on to a better life. She wants to open her own dance studio and the offer she has been made could help her with that, little does she know that it could lead to her demise.

He works for Dark Horizon’s and most of his jobs have been working overseas in protective services, but now he has agreed to help with a job of taking a captive and sending her to a buyer that is looking for young girls. He’s not completely comfortable with this job and the woman he has to put on a plane is not his normal type, but when the buyer decides that she is too old for him, Eamon Hart is now in a situation where has to get rid of the beautiful young girl he is holding captive. The only problem is that he doesn’t want to.

This was a good story. A story of captive to lover with two people who could not be more different. Carmen was born and raised in Mississippi as a poor girl raised in the system due to a tough family life. Eamon was a Marine and now works for a black ops company that takes on various jobs. They are both damaged from their childhoods and are both trying to survive. This is the first of this kind that Eamon has taken on. He doesn’t trust easily and only has one person he can rely on. I give this story a 3.5-star review and recommend it to readers who enjoy ex-military, black ops, or captive to lover stories. This was my first read of this series and my first read of Sonora Voss.

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