I needed a book to finish my 2012 Contemporary Challenge and I saw this one sitting on my self so I picked it up. I wasn't sure what to expect really. I didn't know if I would feel bad for Cheyenne, how helpless she may be, if I would be angry at the kidnappers. I just jumped in with both feet and I have to say I really enjoyed myself. Cheyenne was a really great strong independent character. She had guts, more guts then I think I would have had, and she couldn't see anything. She had to rely on herself and on her other senses to get herself out of what could have been a very very bad situation. She was feisty and smart and brave and I loved her. She didn't act impulsively. She thought things through and did what she had to do to save her life. I really wanted her to get out but I also liked the "friendship" she formed with the kidnapper and I wanted more of that. All in all a quick read that was real and enjoyable. Pleased to finish my 2012 challenge with it.