Abducted for Life
Published with Evernight Publishing
He was just abducted, and he never felt freer…
Liam “Lee” Hallion has an assignment: kill the one person in the world he’s cared about since losing his parents.
When he discovers that nothing in his life is what he thought it was, he decides to make a stand and take the head of the snake who betrayed him—and the first step of his plan is to abduct the man’s son.
Scott Majors has no idea why he’d been abducted, but he is going to try everything he can to escape. When he discovers the true identity of the man who abducted him, his urge to escape quickly becomes a desperate desire to be kept.
Can Liam and Scott survive the evil hell-bent on ending them both, or will this abduction end in blood?
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Abducted for Life
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“You’re bleeding.” The man sounded pissed off, as if the fact that Scott was bleeding was somehow his own fault and a complete inconvenience. “Damn it, let me see them.”
Scott scrambled back on the bed, pushing into the wall. “Get the hell away from me!”
The man sighed and moved toward the wall. Light exploded within the room, and Scott lifted his hand to shield his eyes. “You’re really not in any position to make demands, Scott. Not with me.”
Scott froze against the wall, blinking rapidly to get his eyes accustomed to the light. “How do you know my name? Who are you and what the hell do you want with me?”
“There’s not a whole hell of a lot I don’t know about you, Scott,” the man answered dryly.
Scott dropped his hand and looked up at his captor. In any other circumstance, the man before him would have captured his attention. He was exactly the sort of man that Scott liked and fantasized about. He was tall, at least six foot four, and built like he knew his way around a gym and worked his way around one every chance he got. He had wavy black hair, short on the sides but longer on top, a square jaw with a day’s stubble, and blue eyes that had Scott’s heart stuttering within his chest. Did he know those eyes? Shaking his head and blaming it on the knock to his head, Scott put that thought aside and concentrated on what the man was saying.
“I know you are Scott Theodore Majors, you’re an ER nurse at St. Luke’s, and you’ve just finished your shifts for the week. You’re not rostered on for the next four days.”
Scott started to tremble. From his medical training, he knew that shock was setting in.
Scott’s mind whirled. “I have a boyfriend, and he’s expecting me home. He would have called the police by now.”
The man’s eyes narrowed, and Scott thought he might have just made a critical error.
“Did I not just finish telling you that there isn’t a lot I don’t know about you, Scott?” He whirled away and walked to a door Scott hadn’t noticed before. He opened it and switched the light on. “We are currently in the basement of my house, on my property in the middle of nowhere. My nearest neighbors are more than fifteen miles away, and no one comes to visit. There are no windows in this room, or in the bathroom through that door. The only way out is the way we just came. If you simply stay put and do what I tell you to do, then you will be comfortable. However, if you try to escape, I will move up my schedule and that will not go well for you.”
Scott’s stomach dropped. “Why?” he asked hoarsely, still none the wiser.
The man sighed, and sadness filled his eyes. “Sometimes, it’s the children that must pay for the sins of the father. That’s simply the way life goes.”