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If you are an adult fan of the Nightshade series, I would highly recommend reading Captive.
From the great characters to their complicated and tangled up fates, Captive is a fantastic novel full of passion, surprising twists and dramatic developments.
A.D. Robertson knows how to write fantasy, sizzling character chemistry and create a world just as in enchanting as it is dangerous.
Captive is an interesting book and it has expanded the world of Nightshade and I love it. I suggest that anyone adult can read this book because as a prequel, it is easy to... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Nick Lopez
I bought this book for a friend to read and she read it in 24 hours so I'd say it must be GOOD!Published 27 days ago by DebC
As mentioned in the book summary this takes place in Andrea Cremer’s Nightshade world and A.D. Robertson is a pen name she is using to write her adult series. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Debbie's World of Books
Captive is the first installment in the Forbidden Side of Nightshade series written by author A.D. Robertson (pen name for Andrea Cremer). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jennifer
I was excited to read this book when I found out Robertson had written it. I loved the Nightshade series and really wanted to see what the sexier side of this life would bring. Read morePublished 10 months ago by thecovercontessa
The Good: Powerfully written sexy scenes.
The Bad: I'm so confused. This is an adult (read: erotic) companion novel to a YA series. Read more
‘Captive’ is the first book in the “Forbidden Side of Nightshade” series. I’d only ever read ‘Nightshade’ in the YA series, which was very good. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Star @ The Bibliophilic Book Blog
Witches and wolf-shifters, wars and prophecies, of such is the Nightshade world!
This first book in A.D. Read more
The first novel in the Forbidden Side of Nightshade is an intriguing and steamy tale of magic and an unlikely romance between two sworn enemies in the centuries old witches’... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Evampire