WWRW: Hijacked by Leslie Lynch

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It’s time to linkup with Jessica at Housewifespice (a blog name that I will never not find hilarious) for What We’re Reading Wednesday.  Get your summer reading list here!


Today I’d like to feature the rip-roaring, rip-out-your-heart-and-stomp-on-it, powerfully good Hijacked by Leslie Lynch.

From the very first chapter, I was hooked on Hijacked! I don’t think I’ve ever read a stronger first chapter–one that grabbed me by the throat and wouldn’t let go. Throughout, the characters Lannis and Ben are complex: endearing yet never saccharine. The plot veers from heart-pounding action into tender introspection without missing a beat. In Hijacked, Leslie Lynch shows us how two very imperfect people brought together under perhaps some of the least romantic circumstances one could imagine could in fact find themselves while finding love in each other. I’m greatly looking forward to reading more from Leslie Lynch! Read Hijacked, and you will be, too!

I told Leslie that I usually don’t read romance because of, well, you know, the smut.  Otherwise, romance was one of my guilty pleasures in which I’ve not indulged for ages because I have a hard enough time keeping my thoughts pure without it.  But with Hijacked, romance is a guilty pleasure without the guilt, perfect beach reading that won’t require skipping any pages or a trip to the confessional.  Enjoy, Catholic romance readers!

If you’d like to get to know Leslie, go ahead and check out her Tomato Pie interview!


  1. Thanks, Erin, for featuring Hijacked on WWRW! I am honored! I will say that it took me a long time to discover my own voice as a romance author. Like one of my friends says, we’ve lost track of what “romance” means. For me, it’s relationship. That’s what we all crave. 🙂 And that’s what I write about. So glad you enjoyed Hijacked!

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