Author: Clarissa Cartharn
Series: Captive #1
Genre: Romance Erotica
Nora Jennings quit her job as a photographer for a small community newspaper to fulfill her dreams of traveling. First stop- Kashmir, the land renowned as heaven on Earth.
But dreams have a terrible habit of turning into a nightmare. And suddenly she finds herself bound and gagged in Afghanistan, ready to be wedded to Pashtun brute, Adam Afridi.
Note: The story is a series and unfolds over a multiple of volumes
~I recieved this book from the author in exchange for an honest review~
This is the second book I have read by Clarissa. the first I read was Claimed which I reviewed here if you’d like to check it out.
Both of the books are really interesting and I loved that you can tell that they are written by the same author without feeling to similar. Out of the two I think I favor this one but I really liked the other one as well.
The feel of this book is so different though. This one is contemporary and I am a sucker for all things contemporary. A lot happens quickly in this book without feeling rushed. It reads like an episode of your favorite T.V show and I really liked that. Its short, extremely short. Which would bother me more if I had to wait for the next installment. It leaves at a huge cliffhanger and I desperately wanted to know what happened next in Nora’s life.
I really lied Nora and I am curious on how she is going to react and interact with the world she has been thrown into. As for Adam we just barely got to meet him and I think he was interesting and can’t wait to read more about him and the world he is involved in.
I am so stoked to start the next installment of the Captive series. I am also really hoping that photography will be a big part of the overall story since its the main reason Nora was trust into this world.
This book/ series is not intended for anyone under the legal age so please be aware of that. Besides that this was a really entertaining quick read that left me invested and desperate to read the next book in the series.