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  • Paperback: 280 pages
  • Publisher: Shelley Bradley LLC (September 2, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1936596067
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936596065
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.2 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #168,771 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By S. Richards TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 3, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
As a Shayla Black fan, I really wanted more from this story. I got a little bit but not enough. I thought some aspects of the stalker plot were too easy and even nonsensical. So much more could have been done with that. I love a good stalker romance where the h needs protection, where there's some suspense and fear for her safety, but I feel this half-baked stalker plot was there only to push the three brothers and Hannah (I just had to go back and look for her name. That's how much she stood out to me) together, and only for that reason. And that forced time together really could have been done anywhere, with or without the stalker incentive. The whole stalker thing just seemed sort of half-thought out.

As for Hannah, man, did that chick have some TSTL moments. I get that she was conflicted. She's a sweet little virgin whose romance novels have turned her on to menage and D/s; yet, she wants to make sure these boys get that submissive doesn't mean weak or stupid. So to prove her independence and her will, she goes off and does these silly things, like not putting stronger locks on her door, going off to town alone, arguing about having her phone back, arguing about being under these men's protection, all the while with some stalker fixated on her. But I guess since the stalker wasn't really that scary most of the time, it made perfect sense to go hop-scotching around, oblivious, trying to prove a point.

As for the brothers, they were sexy. There's no denying that. While Gavin's behavior did annoy me, and I don't know if some of the things he said to Hannah were forgivable, whatever intention he put behind them, the man just didn't seem to mesh with the menage. Maybe he should have had his own story, one where tortured hero finds his own soulmate, alone.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By PNR Aficionado on June 4, 2012
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Another reviewer said it all but I will state it, again...

Heroine is wishy-washy & did I already say, an idiot? She's a doormat of the first order, too stupid to report odd happenings, dumb enough to buy a gun & then NOT learn how to use it, weak enough to allow those so called 'men' around her to tell her what to do and buy their on-going garbage. Speaking of garbage one of the heros treats her like complete trash & she keeps coming back for more of it! Nuh-uh! No way! I guess there are still those woman out there who like to be walked all over, but I'm not one of them.

The so-called heros (read: overbearing-inconsiderate-arrogant-mean hearted, & egotistical) take over her life & kidnap her (so romantic - NOT). All 4 of them have sex with her, after spanking her, w/o even a care that she is indeed a virgin!

I know, I know... other menage novels have the same issue (multiple partners & virgin, one after the other or even both men - or more/all- at the same time.) that doesn't make it sexy, only horribly painful for the woman. I don't care how well prepared & turned on any woman is, she would not be able to handle them all straight out of the gate for goodness sake.

I found no redeeming qualities at all in the men & by the end of the book (which I forced myself to finish) I wanted to put them all over MY knee and beat the bejesus out of them & her!
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34 of 44 people found the following review helpful By hot_4_romance on August 30, 2011
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I've always wondered how collaboration works with authors. Do they each write a chapter and pass it back and forth? How do they resolve disagreements about how the story should go? Well, I wish I could've been a fly on the wall when Shalya Black and Lexi Blake wrote this amazing romantic, erotic story.

Did I tell you it was HOT?

Wow! I'm having trouble breathing right now just thinking about Hannah and her three captors. This book has all the elements I love. Sex. Danger. Sex. Romance. Sex. Emotion. Sex. Hot guys. Sex.

If Ms. Black and Ms. Blake ever read this reader's review, here's my request, ladies: Please, more collaboration! Thank you.

I need more ice cubes just to cool down from this one.

Did I say HOT?
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sinfunni VINE VOICE on November 12, 2012
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First let me make it clear that I am a Shayla Black fan. I have read at least a dozen of her books. Seeing her name attached to a book makes it a "no brainer" purchase for me. However, this story truly missed the mark. There are some sizzling sex scenes but somehow they feel disjointed in "Their Virgin Captive".
The stalker plot was too underdeveloped to be more than a distraction to the primary plot of three brothers wanting to have a relationship with one woman. Considering marriage was on their minds, the authors should have focused more the characters and making it believable that they belonged together.
The demons that consumed Garvin were ridiculous and insulting to all involved; a more worthy subplot / conflict should have been written. The BDSM was amateurish and obviously not necessary for the story to have been more believable considering that the authors selected a virgin as the female lead. Just introducing her to sex and working your way to taking three sexual partners would have sufficient. All in all this was just a disappointing read that made me wonder if I could stomach consumption of the remaining books in this series.
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