The Nightmusic Trilogy
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Teenage heiress Kaya experiences her first taste of freedom when she’s kidnapped from her sheltered life. But as she forms an unlikely connection with her abductor, Luke, her adventure takes a strange turn. Now, as her father’s men and her devoted bodyguard scour the woods to find her, she wonders if staying in the arms of her abductor is the safer place to be. At least, that’s what her heart is saying—her head is saying run…
There is nothing magical about growing up in a mountainside castle, when it’s your prison. Kaya’s ruthless and powerful father keeps her under lock and key, watched every second of the day–and Kaya’s not really sure why. She’s just a normal girl…no one special. She doesn’t understand her father’s obsession with her safety – until she is kidnapped.
Dragged through a brutal wilderness, Kaya’s captor shows her the devastating truth, and even though he has dark secrets of his own, she is inexplicably drawn to him–when the stars are in your eyes, sometimes the line between right and wrong gets blurred. Passion obliterates common sense. Love... makes you reckless.
Dangerously passionate and darkly romantic, SERENADE is a page-turning thriller and seductive love story.
Wow... amazing book. It had me hooked from the first chapter. But I need to know what happens to kaya, Luke and Oliver next so I'm going to hunt down the next book in the series now.
Interesting but heavily flawed.
This novel has a very interesting premise and compelling characters. The author did a great job of capturing emotion between the main protagonists but unfortunately I found the plot to be lacking. There was too much going on, coupled with mature themes that were at points too poorly executed to be excused.
An intriguing read but could use some more polishing when dealing with sensitive themes as it comes across as callous and slightly tactless at points.
Brilliant love it thank you so much I do want to read nocturne but I couldn’t stand it if Luke isn’t still in it at the end . (But I will read it probably )