After I finished this story all I could really say was, "Woah..."It was definitely an incredibly unique story. This was Gemma's story, told through a letter that she wrote to the man that 'stole' her. If my friend Steph reads this, I just wanna say thanks for recommending this book to me, I loved it!I didn't expect to like this story as much as I did. It was kind of an out there idea, and I was pleasantly surprised by how enthralled I became with this story.Ty may have stolen Gemma, but I couldn't help feeling for the guy. I empathized for him, and to be honest, even wanted Gemma to come around and like him. The Australian outback is described so vividly and plays such an important role in the story. Even London, through Gemma's memories plays a pretty vital role. Australia sounded gorgeous, even though it seemed like a prison to Gemma, she couldn't help seeing it's beauty. After finishing this story I'm not even sure how I felt about Ty. Just like Gemma, my feelings are completely all over the place. A part of me can't help but want to hug the guy though, and I think Gemma feels the same way.An amazing, interesting and intriguing story. It's definitely worth reading, and I hope that this review does it some justice.