Captive, Mine

  • by Natasha Knight, Trent Evans
  • Narrated by Philip Alces
  • 7 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The day my father agreed to testify against Terrence Randall, one of the most ruthless drug traffickers in North America, was the day I became the target of the drug lord's enraged vengeance. I was the one thing that stood in the way of Daddy's testimony, and the one thing that could save Randall. The man would stop at nothing to get his hands on me.
I was prepared for what was coming - as prepared as one could be when vanishing into the U.S. Marshal's Witness Protection Program.
I just wasn't prepared for him.
For ex-Navy SEAL turned mercenary Lake Freeman, escorting Lily Cross into the Witness Protection Program was just another job - until a better offer came along. Lake couldn't have cared less about the life he'd been hired to protect. After all, she was a part of the very organization that had cost him so much already.
At least he never expected to care.
But when forced into a decision he never thought he'd have to make, the mission became one of survival for himself and his beautiful charge. Lake knew that in order to protect her, he'd need to bring the feisty and unpredictable Lily to heel - he couldn't keep her safe if he couldn't keep her under control.
But that protective urge quickly turned into something else, something dark ... and his need to conquer, to claim, overrode all else.
He would keep her safe. He would keep her protected. But he would make her his, as well.
Now, all he had to do was figure out how to keep them both alive long enough to do it...
Publisher's Warning: Intended for mature readers. 18 and over only!
This is a MF BDSM romantic suspense. Themes include: graphic sexuality, pervasive D/s, exhibitionism, spanking, bondage, anal play and other BDSM activities. If such content might offend you, please do not purchase this book.

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This is NOT Sexy!

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I know I'm the dummy who bought this book even after I read all of the reviews about this not being Erotica, but rather an out and out horror story. I don't know what I thought- maybe I assumed that the other reviewers were just over sensitive and I was much more open-minded. Well, now I know--this is horrible, not romantic or arousing in any way, shape or form. This is a story of a merciless sub-human man who convinces himself that he is helping a woman by kidnapping her and then gets off on not only physical abusing her but also (and maybe this is what makes it so hard to like this book), mentally and emotionally degrading her. It is not submission or control as a means to some sort of sexual or passionate connection. It is really a pathological rapist, without a shred of humanity. And that is what is really missing here, the "hero" doesn't have the inner core of trust or virtue that would make the listener like him at least a little. He just enjoys breaking her over and over, although he says that isn't' what he wants, everything points to fact that he does. He likes degrading her, and making her crawl and beg for basic needs like food, water, warmth, and safety. He smiles when she cringes or whimpers.
The story doesn’t even make sense; he is supposedly saving her from being raped by the drug lords that are looking for her. But he rapes her repeatedly and while the drug lords probably would have done the same, given the choice I think I’d go with them. They couldn’t possibly be as sadistic as he is—what are the odds that there are two people as messed up as our “hero” in the world.
It sucks really, because the author had many chances to make him more sympathetic and grow a connection between the two, but all you're left with is a horrible case of stockholm syndrome, where our captor mentally abuses a woman to the point where she no longer can function. I mean come on….he puts a collar and leash on her and makes her pee outside in front of him and then he say, “good girl” and click’s his tongue like she’s a dog! I found myself wondering if this were a test by the authors to see how far they could go with the whole BDSM thing before it ceased to sexy. Well, this is it....too far, NOT sexy.

......Please don't buy this book, I'm afraid someone somewhere will think that this is what woman like and therefore this how he should treat some woman. In real BDSM, it is consensual, not kidnapping and rape like this.

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- Ann

Loved it!

At a time when so many erotic romance books tell such similar tales, this is refreshingly different. I love the characters, the story, the heat, and the perfectly imperfect (as it should be) ending. And Philip Alces did a superb job narrating this haunting tale. I look forward to more offerings by this talented team.
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- Catherine Shuler

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-01-2015
  • Publisher: Shadow Moon Press