Kidnapped the Wrong Sister - Marie Kelly

Kidnapped the Wrong Sister

By Marie Kelly

  • Release Date: 2012-10-24
  • Genre: Romance
Score: 4
From 22,430 Ratings


Mistaken for her sister, Diona Brown had been tricked into visiting the island home of the Billionaire Nikias Dranias, who planned on keeping her there as his prisoner to stop his brother from marrying the woman he believed to be no more than a gold digger.

However passion had quickly flared between the two, and now Diona had found that she has to escape to not only save her sister but also herself from the enigmatic and distrustful Greek.


  • Boo

    By annamariscal
    Book Dialogue was boring and Repetitive.
  • Great read!

    By BoaLee
    Donโ€™t know when I downloaded this book.... just grateful I had read it... awesome read๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ
  • I loved it!

    By castro_di
    I love the way this book was written. Wish there was a sequel.

    By Pinning Penny Ann
    The premise of the story had promise, but the strange wording, incorrect word choices and unimaginative adjectives had me cringing. I have never, ever seen a writer use a word so often in their writing. Everything is said SOFTLY in this book. It must have been the quietest conversations ever NOT heard. almost becomes comical. Let me softly tell you to take a pass on this book.
  • Yes

    By Samanthaajae
    Ok yes the story was obvious but who doesnโ€™t love a romance mixed with erotica! 5 stars :)
  • Steamy Romance and Heartfelt Love

    By Great Brain Exercise
    A great mix of steamy romance and heartfelt love! It was so good I stayed up the same day I started it and finished it within a couple hours!
  • Kidnapped the wrong sister

    By momopicasso07
    I liked the book, every time I started getting annoyed with the storyline there was a sudden twist. The storyline could have been a little more complex and a little less ordinary.
  • Ok

    By Big jake m
    It was ok
  • Once more

    By Lauramree
    Very poorly written. There were times "once more" was used three times within the same page. It was highly repetitive and became an annoyance after reading "once more" several times throughout the book. The ending was lazy and, though the storyline was great, it was very poorly executed. Wouldn't recommend this book.
  • Funny

    By PSemones
    I read this awhile back not leaving a very good review so I read it again and realized I was wrong. The book has several twist and turns you don't expect and love that comes to people I didn't feel they thought they would have. So I'm glad I reread the book and took my time to enjoy the read. One of my favorite parts is the book is written with no misspelled words and sentence structure is excellent. You need to give the name to your publisher to several other authors who you can barely read their books without having to stop and wonder why they have the publisher they have.