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Stolen (Lucy Kincaid #6)

4.12 of 5 stars 4.12  ·  rating details  ·  997 ratings  ·  86 reviews

Allison Brennan

Nothing is more important to private investigator Sean Rogan than his relationship with FBI trainee Lucy Kincaid. But when his past catches up with him, Sean faces an ultimatum: clear his name and help the FBI take down a rogue agent, or go to prison and lose everything he holds dear. With only Agent Noah Armstrong as his back-up and forced to keep Luc
Paperback, 384 pages
Published June 4th 2013 by Minotaur Books
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This story is focused more on Sean Rogan than on Lucy Kincaid. Sean continues to battle his past, his brother Duke at RCK and some old friends who want his electronic safe cracking talents for a lucrative payoff.

Once again, after all the background and basic info is laid out the story builds to a very satisfying climax. Noah Armstrong plays a major role and his interest in Lucy is once again explored.

The ending made up for a ho hum first half of the book so my 3.5 stars turns into a 4.
I kinda liked how Lucy was the sidekick for this book, that Sean was at the forefront. Sean has always been there for Lucy, something I really liked about him.

I hated how Sean had to hide so much from everyone that he loved. I really hated Duke at the start, especially after we learned that Sean was working undercover and his part of the argument wasn't real, while Duke's response was 100% real. I hated that Sean had to face that fact and just what the brother he looked up to, thought of him.

I'm torn on how to evaluate this book. I haven't read the 5 previous books and I'm unsure how much of my thoughts on the book might be my fault for coming in mid-series vs how much of it are actual problems with the story. The book was well written and ha very good reviews so my inclination is that I should have read the previous books first. I thought the love story between the leads was beautiful... the relationship was very supporting and trusting. But, I found myself really confused a lot by ...more
Eve Nolon
My previous reviews reflect my opinion that Brennan offers a better story every time she publishes a new installment to the Lucy Kincaid series, and I believe STOLEN proves me factually correct. I bought STOLEN the day it was available but I was in the middle of Louise Penny's series so I just got to it over the weekend. It was worth the wait, it was worth the Audible credit and the ebook download price. It was everything that I was hoping that it would be and more! I think I may have enjoyed ST ...more
Jay Jessmer
Much better than the previous 2 "Lucy" novels. The series seemed to stagnate a bit, but this one had a freshness to it that puts it back on track. I've stated previously that I wasn't a big fan of Sean and that I've had trouble connecting to him as a character. This was more of a Sean Rogan book than a Lucy Kincaid one, and we finally get a much better look at him and what makes him tick.
I really liked the pairing of Sean and Noah. They play well off of each other and their growing chemistry/
I listened to the audiobook for Library Journal. I think I would have liked it better had I been able to read it and skip over the repetitive conversations, explanations, and convoluted plot. This is promoted as a "Lucy Kincaid" entry, but the protagonist and main character is her boyfriend, Sean Rogan. If I heard the word "grinned" once, I heard it a hundred times. I think it would have been very good with better editing and at 50 pages shorter.
SQUEE! Allison's best yet. The twists. The turns. The 'totally didn't see that coming'. I love these books.
Too much like the other 5 in series. "Cookie Cutter". Hoped for something a little different, not more of the same.
Shifting the focus to Sean for a novel really helped spice the series up. Brennan delivers exactly what I would want to see from a novel narrated by Sean. It covers a lot of stuff about his past, family, and work. After finishing it, I was ready to dive right into the next novel in the series, even though I had already just read the previous one and the novella. The only rough spot is that the mystery isn't that well paced, even though it is still really good. There's so many twists and so much ...more
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I am addicted to the paranormal genres, but after reading J.D. Robb's great Romantic Mystery series, I decided to check out more series in the genre. Now I am a card carrying fan of Karin Slaughter, Lisa Gardner and most recently of Allison Brennan.

I had read Brennan's Paranormal series, but in the Procedural Thriller is where she shines as an author. Not only in the Criminal aspects but also in the interpersonal rel
"Stolen," was an absolutely terrific read. I loved the complexity of the plotted mystery with its interwoven twists. The characters had strong personalities and it gave a much clearer insight about PI security expert Sean Rogan and why he tended to be mistrustful of those in law enforcement. As expected there was some friction between Sean and FBI agent Noah Armstrong. Noah sometimes niggled at me in the previous stories but I got to understand him better and saw him in a more favorable way. Sea ...more
Well, Allison Brennan did it again. Another "LUCY" book and the story was terrific. You might think 'how many books can she write about the same characters?' My answer...I hope MANY. I never tire of Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan. STOLEN is the 8th LUCY/SEAN book.

A little background...
Lucy Kincaid was first introduced in Fear No Evil, as the 18-year old sister of the hero, Dillion Kincaid. And Sean Rogan was introduced in Fatal Secrets: A Novel of Suspense and Cutting Edge: A Novel of Suspense. H
Angela Risner
I have really enjoyed all of the Lucy Kincaid series, but I must admit - I was afraid it was going to become stale. There are only so many ways the following can be covered:

1. Lucy was kidnapped and raped.
2. Lucy is trying to become an FBI agent.
3. People have annoying grudges against Lucy.
4. Sean Rogan has never been in love until Lucy.
5. Sean Rogan will bend the law.
6. Sean Rogan will stop at nothing to protect Lucy.

So, although I enjoyed the novella, Reckless, released a few months before Sto
Another great story featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan. I have long been a fan of the remarkable, strong and dedicated Lucy and I LOVE her relationship with Sean. In each story they get a little closer, trust each other a little more and their love continues to grows. I really enjoy this as that is how a real relationship works. Unlike the previous books the focus of this one is more on Sean than Lucy as we go with him undercover with is old college hacker group. Sean has always been about lo ...more
Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series is a marvel. Her character is a truly tortured, yet brilliant young woman, who's horrific past is slowly being overshadowed by the love of Sean Rogan, who has a past filled with his own torments. And those are explored and exploited in STOLEN when the story begins with his fateful decision to go back to work with a friend - and break the law. Again. While Stolen inexplicably took me a little while to get into (and I'm not sure what the issue was), I was pleased that ...more
Stolen - Lucy Kincaid #6 - (Sean and Lucy) - Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series is a marvel. Her character is a truly tortured, yet brilliant young woman, who's horrific past is slowly being overshadowed by the love of Sean Rogan, who has a past filled with his own torments. And those are explored and exploited in STOLEN when the story begins with his fateful decision to go back to work with a friend - and break the law. Again. While Stolen inexplicably took me a little while to get into (and I'm not ...more
Silver James
Jun 11, 2013 Silver James rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Readers of suspense, thrillers
Stolen is a book I've been waiting from almost since the moment I opened the first Lucy Kincaid book. Sean Rogan. Genius. Security expert. Hacker. Shady past. And a man who loves a woman so much he's willing to risk everything, including his life, to put his past to rest and to keep Lucy safe. I should know better than to start reading one of Ms. Brennan's books in the evening. Yes, I was up all night, why do you ask?!? This book is written from Sean's POV and Brennan captures the mindset of the ...more
Jan 06, 2015 Juan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Totally
So I never really liked Sean Rogan in the first couple of novels, but in this one he's a badass! Brennan really develops his character and you get a much better idea of who he is and why he is the way he is. As I read through the book I really started to like the guy and by the end I was cheering for him. Jack Kincaid shows up to help, and we all know he's a badass, but he doesn't get much screen time (or book time). It's jam packed with a bunch of badasses. Anyway, the novel is one of the best ...more
Not enough Twists for a 5 star, but still good, 4.5, rounded to 4 stars.
For me, with not too much romance, a short non-kinky sex-scene and the story about hacking and b&e in highly secured buildings, just my kind of story. Could even had more detailed descriptions of the tech, but ok.
In the end not enough surprises and twists to warrant 5 stars, still, highly recommended and I think so far the best one in the series.
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I enjoyed reading about the same cast of characters, but from more of Sean's point of view. Having a bit more background on Sean, and his relationship with Duke, made this enjoyable and will also (I suspect) add to the enjoyment of future books. I really like Lucy and Sean and am curious to read what awaits them in their future. All in all, a good read!
Rachel Kall
I am completely hooked on the Lucy Kincaid books. Stolen was an absolutely amazing read for me. I think the series only keeps getting better and better. This book focused more on Sean than Lucy, and I really enjoyed Sean and Noah working together. Digging deeper into Sean's history also provided valuable insight into his character.

The suspense plot was intricate, complex, and so fast paced that I lost myself in the story. I didn't want it to end. I really enjoyed all the characters that I've gr
Marilyn Groves
Maybe I just need a break from Lucy Kincaid, but I struggled with this one - putting it aside several times before finally finishing it. What makes it more painful is that this was a novella, not a full length novel.

Lucy is still training to be an FBI agent, while Sean (her boyfriend) has gone undercover working with Noah. It wasn't bad... again, maybe I've read too many Lucy Kincaid books recently.
Might have been a 4, but it took over 100 pages to get into it. I've read Lucy books, but didn't quite remember the characters. Took a long time to get excited about the book. Great twists at the end!
Marie Oldehoeft
Great FBI thriller

Great FBI thriller. s started a little slow but once the story line kicked in, I couldn't put the book down.
Love this book. Intriguing and I couldn't help but feel it closes up one chapter of their life do that they can move on.
very slow warming up to this one. it got more interesting as it went after the halfway mark. the ending used awkward language styles that weren't in tone w the characters up until that point. it's an irritating thing I see a lot where it's intended to wrap up the storyline and the resolution gets this flowery and/or formal flavour that comes off stilted and unnatural. people just don't talk like that!
laura m
Feb 18, 2014 laura m rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: series fans
first half of book was interesting and amazing, the part with the crazy fbi agent and lucy in quantico and the mysterious operation. after the agent got killed, all went downwards and became predictable and boring.
however I still love lucy and sean and noah and suzanne and duke and can't wait to read cold snap.
NO PORN in the book and no dead animals either, WOW!!! would rate 3.5 if that was possible.
first part - 4
second part - 2
since I mostly only read in public transport and I haven't used it
Jill James
Loved the look at Sean's past.
Couldn't get into this one either
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