Abducted at eighteen. Held captive for 15 months.
It reads like one of those headlines. And yes, I did it. I stole her. Nora, with her long dark hair and silky skin. She’s my weakness, my obsession.
I’m not a good man. I never pretended to be one. She can love me, but she can’t change me.
I can, however, change her.
My name is Julian Esguerra, and Nora is mine to keep.
***Keep Me is the sequel to Twist Me, told from Nora & Julian’s POV.***
- The relationship between Julian and Nora develops further in this novel. There is a transition from kidnapper and victim, to an actual, almost normal, romantic relationship, with tons of BDSM thrown in.
- Finally, we get inside of Julian’s head. Having his POV adds a different dimension to the story. Initially we thought he was a complete and utter monster, but once you come to understand him you sympathize with him just a bit – a small bit. He is a confused man who cannot identify the feelings he is having. His ideas of possession and protection are actually love.
- Julian is a dark, twisted, SOB but we love him anyways. Maybe we have Stockholm syndrome too?
- Nora goes from being a very weak to a very strong woman. This change signals a significant change in their relationship as well. As Julian involves her more and more into his business, a deep trust between them develops. They become companions and confidants.
- We’re looking forward to the continuation of their story, in Hold Me (Twist Me #3)!