LOST IN THE ECHO
The extended Edition.
"Three days. Three questions. Three answers."
Kidnapped, blindfolded, and bound to a bed, running isn't an option any more for Will Chambers. Despite being a linguistic tutor and having every conversational tool at his disposal, all Will wanted to do was fade into the background, become lost in the echo of wild heath and harbour. But now someone wants to put his body and mind on full display, force Will to find his voice -- answer three questions, over three days.
All Will has to do is provide three... simple... answers.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
It’s a mindfuck story and carries a mean punch
The kind of story that leaves me staring at nothing in the end, with a stupid face, wondering... how some people are born with not a single ounce of imagination *like me* and others are blessed with an unlimited capacity to put not only words together but create the unthinkable.
MM Books Escape
As with any Pyke story, you are in awe at the end at the author's creativity and the journey, regardless of length, is always inspiring. Definitely recommended.
Alpha Book Club
Jack L. Pyke has a way with writing, she uses a dark and erotic - maybe slightly (probably more than slightly) deranged way of thinking that takes the reader on a ride and leaves them breathless at the end! All of her stories have kept me totally enthralled..you know the type of book where you hide away flipping the pages as fast as you can and avoiding everything else until you get to that last word..yes!
Sinfully MM Book Reviews
The way secrets, indecision and lost moments all combined to create a perfect storm ending in a tragedy that changed so many lives so quickly, had me grieving and shedding some tears along with the men in the story. It’s so much more than an abduction story.
WHAT AUTHORS SAY
You’ll just have to trust me when I say that you should read this book and allow the mystery to reveal itself as you turn the pages. It is impossible to do so without feeling the pain, experiencing the fear, and hoping that feelings that have been ignored for too long are still strong enough to forge a new future.