Con woman Seline Sanborn had been living for two months as the conservative Carol Lambert, an account executive for Blackwell and Blackwell. The day before closing up her scheme, she lets down both her hair and the top of her convertible, a momentary lapse that ends with her in Ryder Blackwell's sights and bed. The next day, when she disappears with most of a million dollars of Blackwell money, it becomes very personal for Ryder. But he turns out not to be Seline's main problem, and soon they are both on the run from her past, trying to stay alive. Taken (4.5), by Tori Carrington, has it all -- sex, excitement, emotion and two wonderful characters.