If you want money, rob a carriage or something. Why would you kidnap the woman? Who are you going to blackmail to get her back? Wouldn't you kidnap the woman's aunt or dog or something, not the woman herself?
Finally, there were so many ‘little’ loose ends that didn’t fit in – like Will’s drama with his family. Where’s that going? Is there some resolution that will take place in a later book? Yes? No? Goodness, there were so many things left hanging. I like my books to be neatly tied off, a little package all tidied up. Not so in Sloane’s story. The epilogue did nothing to satisfy me or make me feel the book had reached its conclusion. All in all, it was an amateur’s novel, with average writing, an average hero, a TSTL heroine, confusing chaos regarding the characters of our protagonists, and a worse than mediocre plot. This is not a book I’d recommend - but maybe the next book will be better.
“What were you doing?”