Monday 8 June 2015

❤ The Bliss King 2 ❤ STOLEN ❤ AA Paton ❤

© Bianca Janeane

• #1 Captive was released 27 April 2015
• #2 Stolen was released 18 May 2015
• #3 Lost was released 8 June 2015
• #4 Found will be released 1 July 2015


5 Stars


“The irony of my scarred, tattooed, gun toting, global drug empire running kidnapper, who goes by the nickname Lord Ruin, the Bliss King, telling me I’m safe is not lost on me.” 

When ghostwriter Greer Gibson woke wearing silk pyjamas, in a room she didn’t recognise, she figured she’d done it again. Picked up a stranger in a local bar and gone to a city hotel with him.

Except she had no memory of doing that, the room was an expansive suite on a tropical island, she didn’t own silk pyjamas, and she was locked in.

Lek Hetherington needs a talented writer. But the best in the business, Greer Gibson, is booked out for years. That’s just a shoulder shrug for an underworld figure who rules over a global drug empire from his island hideaway.

Lek gets what he wants, even if he has to take it by force.

I don't know what happens to people who are already stolen property when they're snatched again. Is it finder's keepers? Is it snooze you lose?

Being kidnapped and held captive is one thing, finding out your handsome captor is a drug lord, known around the world as The Bliss King, and he wants you to ghost write for him is another.

You'd think all that might make you more receptive to the idea the native tribe he rules over thinks you're the reincarnation of the legendary White Witch.

It doesn't, but oddly it's easier to accept than falling in love with your kidnapper.

But to be given your freedom, to give it away for love, and to be kidnapped again is beyond even the best ghost story.

 I wasn’t ready to die. I’m scared my heart will stop beating if Aran isn’t standing on the other side of this swamp ready to catch me. If Lek isn’t standing beside him.

Tas has been in love with Aran since she was five years old and he’d said she belonged to him and he’d keep her safe. But it wasn’t easy growing up a Hetherington and being in love with your adopted brother. And when Tas hurt, the only thing that helped was punishing Aran.

She didn’t want to punish him anymore.

Aran was ready to rip planets apart to get Tasanee back from the gang who stole her from Amman Rai, but he didn’t expect her to feel the same about him. After a lifetime of loving each other, they were estranged.

Until she was in his arms and ready to forgive.

But before they could truly be together, disaster struck, tearing them apart again.

In the days that followed, some were lost, some were found and some were made legend.

I have touched, kissed, loved every divot, pucker, pulled taut piece of flesh, self made stitch and burnished smooth patch on his body. “I will run with you to end of the earth.” I didn’t mean to say that, but it’s the truest thought I’ve ever had.

The tsunami and losing Lek shattered Greer. She’s more ghost than ghost writer, drifting though her days in a drug fuelled search for memories of their love.

While deep in the jungle a man wakes. He is caged, chained. He is sick, starving and broken. But he’s alive and he remembers everything about Greer and will do anything to get back to her.


PLEASE READ BOOK #1 before you read this review - Here's the link to our review for the first book in the series

Okidoki - remember what happened in the first book?
Greer was 'brought' to Lek's home to write a book about his family.
And even though she was not there of her own free will - she came to like everybody and she even kinda fell in love with her kidnapper...
But then a bad guy from Lek's past stormed the mansion and kidnapped Greer & Tas. He only wanted Tas, of course - they didn't know who Greer was - and more importantly - what Greer means to Lek!

Lek was pretty badly hurt in the attack, but now he's ready to get his girls back - and even if they're dead - which is what everybody is thinking - they will make the bad guy suffer for taking Greer & Tas.

And all this kidnapping Greer from her Kidnapper, is not the only bad thing happening in this second book....



 NOPE..... I'm not telling you ☺

OK, yes - there will be a Cliffy - but book #3 will be out really soon ☺


I was sooo happy to finally get the second book.
I needed to know what will happen to Lek & Greer...

Where book #1 was a bit more about the 'romance' and the sex ;) this second book is much more
suspensy. Lek & Greer aren't together for many chapters of the book... And even though I missed the sexiness - it was still really interesting! And of course there IS sex too ;) I don't want to spoil too much - lots of things are happening - lots of not-so-nice have to read it to find out what's happening☺


STOLEN was a really great & dark & sexy & very suspensy second book. GO GET IT!!!

And now please Ainslie - hurry - I need to read book #3 asap!!!!!

Copy received from the author for an honest review

Stolen follows on right where book 1, Captive ends, so you will need to have read it first.

Yay, we finally got more of Lek and Greer (well, it hasn't really been that long, but I have been wanting, no needing to know what happens next, so it seems like forever!)

What a ride we are taken on!  Whereas the first book was more about the budding romance between Lek and Greer (well, after the kidnapping anyway), this is more action packed.  I mean , who expects to be kidnapped from their kidnapper?!?

We are taken on one heck of a ride with Stolen.  Not only relationships are on the line, but lives maybe as well.

And just when we think things are going to come good, BAM - we are rocked all over again.

Now I am impatiently waiting for book 3 - Lost - as I NEED to know what happens with Lek and Greer, Tas and Aran.


 our ►REVIEW

 #3 - LOST

 #4 - FOUND

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 Ainslie Paton is a corporate storyteller working in marketing, public relations and advertising.

She’s written about everything from the African refugee crisis and Toxic Shock Syndrome, to high-speed data networks and hamburgers, and for everyone from George Clooney to Barry Humphries—as Edna.

She writes cracking, hyper-real romances about strong women and the exciting men who love them.