Invoked: Bob kidnaps Alice in order to get in her pants.
Exploited: Alice allows herself to be kidnapped in order to seduce Bob.
Defied: "I'll never love you! Never!" "Good. I was worried this was going to get awkward."
Discussed: "You kidnapped me so I'd fall in love with you? Does that *ever* work outside of crappy romance novels?"
Conversed: "Ah, she's going to fall in love with the kidnapper. Why else would they cast a handsome actor to play a criminal?"
Implied: Bob kidnaps Alice, and the next time we see them, they are married.
Deconstructed: Bob kidnaps Alice and they eventually fall in love, but it's a one-sided relationship as Bob lacks any real affection for Alice.
Reconstructed: Bob is a socially-inept Gentle Giant with a crush on Alice, and kidnaps her in an attempt to reveal his feelings for her.
Played For Laughs: Ten seconds after the kidnapping, Alice is completely smitten and composing love ballads to her abductor Bob, who ranges wildly from comically over-the-top villain posturing and Tastes Like Diabetes levels of affection.
Played For Drama: Bob's levels of aggression and level of obsessive behavior are overpowering and rape undertones abound. Alice is afraid for her safety for VERY good reasons.
I'm only taking you back to Abduction Is Love because of my deep abiding affection for you. You'll understand in time.