The Girls They Stole

The Girls They Stole Review

The deal seems easy. Follow the rules. Keep your mouth shut. The payoff? Enough money to change your life forever.
But is it too good to be true?

Nicole, Dylan, Jilly and Tana need to take the deal. All for different, equally desperate reasons. But the deal comes at a price. Once they step into Madame Moirai’s depraved world it's too late. All four come face to face with the darkest depths of humanity lurking beneath the glitter of extreme wealth and elite privilege. Innocent, vulnerable girls are drugged and dragged to the auction block, their humanity stripped, and sold to the highest bidder. The crowd, billionaires, politicians, and the rich and famous compete to win the choicest girls. No one cares about their pain. No one protests the debauchery.

Not even when one of the girls ends end up dead.

Under lock and key by guards, surrounded by those under Madame Moirai's thumb, they are bound by soul-searing trauma and linked by tragedy. If they're going to survive, they must work together at all costs. There is no in between — and the clock is ticking.

Madame Moirai doesn’t tolerate loose ends…or girls who speak when they should remain silent.

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  • Shadow Girl

    Wow!It's so disturbing and dark, and could just as easily be a true story about teens and trafficking. I can't wait to read part two, because some sort of revenge needs to happen! But, I have a feelin...

  • Beth Temin

    As always, the street kids' language is rough and often obscene, but the pain they experienced when they accept an offer to auction off their virginity makes their crude language understandable. Four ...

  • karin whitehead

    The Girls They StoleThis is a story of young woman's struggle to remove herself from the despair of her life. She makes the choice to enter herself into a prostitution ring to sell her only thing of v...

  • Thandeka Carney

    Bravo This book is amazingly pieces together. I seriously couldnt put it down. Poor girls trying to run from their circumstances find themselves in a ever worst situation. If somethings to good to be ...

  • Kimberly

    I haven't read anyone else's review, so I apologize if mine is a repeat. Also, **SPOILERS**First, I could not finish the book. I might have been able to, if the premise had been that the girls were st...

  • Erin

    So-so thrillerNicole, Tana, Jilly and Dylan all live in New York City, are 18 and are incredibly financially strapped. They are also virgins and have found a way out of their money plights by signing ...

  • Tansy

    StolenStolen, is the ending of the book. Kinda made me mad. I didn't realize this was a series. I hate when books don't have ending and then you need to wait for the next one to be released which is t...

  • Barbara Williams

    An awesome startGood reading and would have been rated higher if the story hadn't just dropped off. Felt like I came to the end of a cliff and fell off the edge. These type of stories are a readers wo...

  • Carol Hancock

    A book to read for those who usually can figure out the ending before the middle of tGood read. I did not get ahead of the plot which makes a wonderful read for those who figure out the ending before ...

  • Victoria

    Entertaining This was a captivating read. There were a few areas that needed polishing- but the characters were strong and the plot was entertaining. It was a page turner! I will definitely be reading...