Abducted at the age of sixteen, Shannon Bliss was held captive for eleven years. Shannon was finally able to escape her kidnappers. She has chosen Matthew Dane to help her take care of some unfinished business and re-acclimate her back into society, as well as rejoin her family.
Matthew, a retired cop, has had personal experience with this difficult task, through the experience of his own daughter's kidnapping.
Shannon seems to have an amazing grip on her emotions keeping them locked away and only allowing tiny bits at a time to emerge. This has Matthew puzzled and concerned. He wonders when these carefully locked up emotions will burst out.
Shannon contains information about the family that held her hostage and wants them brought to justice. Her abductors believe Shannon to be dead and she must be kept out of the press. A difficult thing to do, considering her brother is running for governor.
Matthew is trying to unravel the facts behind Shannon's disappearance and the trail is leading to a member of Shannon's family.
Not having Dee Henderson's previous books "Unspoken" & "Full Disclosure", I was lost in regards to some of the characters. I would recommend reading them before you read "Taken".
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