- File Size: 913 KB
- Print Length: 709 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Mozaika Publications (July 6, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 6, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01I46QYNI
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,038 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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But Yulia isn't the typical damsel-in-distress often found in so many other stories. Yes, she's beautiful. But she's so much more than that. She's a spy who was recruited as a kid when she and her younger brother were orphaned. Of course, to say she was recruited isn't quite correct because she was given an ultimatum - join the super covert organization or the life of her three-year-old brother, who was not doing well at the orphanage, would be even worse. And Yulia would do anything to protect him. Even if it means going deep undercover as an interpreter for a notorious drug lord whose personal security detail is led by Lucas.
They spend one night together and then everything unravels. Lucas feels as though he's been betrayed by Yulia when she was never privvy to 'the big plan' and her part in it. Yulia put his life, his team's lives, and the life of his boss in grave danger. And he is hell-bent on getting back at her, to break her, to make her give up the name of the organization she works for so he can bring it down.
When Yulia misses checking in with her handler due to circumstances beyond her control - she's left out on her own. They disavow her and she winds up in a Russian prison where she's starved, humiliated, and mentally tortured. But she resists giving in because she's had far worse things happen to her in her life.
When she's rescued by Lucas and his men - Yulia almost wishes she were back in that Russian prison because at least she would die knowing she didn't betray her country and that her brother will be safe. Being trapped in Lucas's small South American house is scarier than anything because she hates how he pushes her using her body against her. If the Russians find her, they'll kill her for escaping. If her own people find her, they'll kill her because of what she might have said. And if Lucas learns the truth about who she is, for whom she works, and whom she's protecting - Yulia isn't sure he won't kill her little brother.
*The only negative I have in regard to this particular series has to do with allusions made towards the series 'Twist Me' which was released in 2015 about the aforementioned drug lord and his teenage wife - whom he kidnapped and the twisted romance they have. If I'd read Twist Me first - I would have had no problem reading Capture Me. But I feel like so much of the plot of Twist Me was revealed in Capture Me - I don't think it would've captured my attention like the Capture Me Trilogy
This is one of my go to rereads. I hope someday we read more Julia and Lucas.
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