Shellie Taylor

I read Stevens' most recent book "Those Girls" and while I didn't hate it, the first half of the book (mainly the girls' captivity) was very hard to read, and I feel like this book (about a female abduction) may be similar. How graphic are the scenes in which she is being held captive? I'm not squeamish, but I just want to brace myself because I wasn't prepared for the brutality of "Those Girls." Thanks!

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Madi Swenson This absolutely uses graphic detail of her abuse and rape. I would not recommend it for someone who is triggered or very upset by it.
Maria Kicklighter This is not graphic as the other books I have read. I would say it is actually, rather tame, in the description of the physical abuse. It is the psychological abuse that is the center of the story - what she could wear, when she could go to the bathroom, etc.
Donna Not as graphic as some I have read. However I Listened to it on audio and the voice was perfect for the character and downplayed the violent overtones. Great listen.
Lynn Foggo I didn't think it was all that graphic, compared to some other books I've read. I felt that in "Those Girls" their captivity was much more graphic and gruesome.
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