Reader Review: I really enjoyed this book. I enjoyed the first book and snapped this one up as soon as I started reading Captive. I enjoyed learning more about the characters. I goes to show you that one lie can change everything for all. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys adventure, love, triumph kind of books.
Edited by Leslie Mitchell at G2 Freelance Editing and re-released 3/14/13 Though she is free of the palace, rescued from her position as a blood slave, Aria is haunted by the memories of her time spent within the fortress, tormented by memories of Braith, the prince that betrayed her and shattered her heart. Every day is a struggle to get through, and the only solace she is able to find is with Max, her best friend, and fellow captive. Though Max does not understand her bond to Braith, he knows some of what she endured, and helps to ease some of the tattered pieces of her soul. Aria slowly begins to salvage the broken parts of her wounded spirit by throwing herself into the wonder of the woods she had so greatly missed, and the secure and reassuring love that Max freely gives her. Her world is thrown into a tailspin again though when a marauding group of vampires destroy the caves she had found temporary shelter in. Scattered about the forest, seeking to stay hidden and find her family, Aria is stunned when Braith, the monster that savaged her heart, reappears. Stunned by his sudden arrival in her world, Arianna is uncertain if he has come to recapture her, or to kill her for daring to escape. Book 2 of 4 in The Captive Series New Adult. This book contains some language, violence, and sexual situations. Recommended for ages sixteen and up. Cover art by EbookLaunch
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|Title of eBook: Renegade|
|Release Date: 06-03-2012|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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She had been owned, led around by a leash, and used, but the extent of her use was her own fault. She had willingly given the prince her blood, mistakenly thinking that she was falling in love with the deceptive bastard, but that had been before she’d learned that he was engaged. Though she hated the prince now, she could not deny the sharp stab of pain that pierced her at the thought of him marrying another woman. It was an awful thought, horrendous, and it brought tears to her eyes every time it crossed her mind. Which was far more often than she cared to admit.
But, no matter how badly she’d been hurt, no matter how much she’d been betrayed, her experience hadn’t been anywhere near as awful as Max’s. Though they did not talk about it, she knew what was done to blood slaves. They were used, abused, and discarded when their owners grew tired of them. Even though Max always wore long sleeves, every once in awhile his shirt would ride up and she would catch sight of the scars and burns that marred his fair skin. She would see the haunted look that sometimes filled his bright blue eyes when he didn’t think anyone was looking.
She had suffered abuse while within the palace, but it had come from a human servant, and not the vampire prince. He had broken her heart, but he had never intentionally inflicted bodily harm to her that she not asked for. In fact, he had been unfailingly gentle with her....
Title: Renegade June 5, 2013 I really enjoyed this book. I enjoyed the first book and snapped this one up as soon as I started reading Captive. I enjoyed learning more about the characters. I goes to show you that one lie can change everything for all. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys adventure, love, triumph kind of books.
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June 5, 2013
I really enjoyed this book. I enjoyed the first book and snapped this one up as soon as I started reading Captive. I enjoyed learning more about the characters. I goes to show you that one lie can change everything for all. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys adventure, love, triumph kind of books.
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