- File Size: 669 KB
- Print Length: 141 pages
- Publication Date: March 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00V9QJZWS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #387,676 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Captured (Hunted Love Book 3) Kindle Edition
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This story is full of angst, hot cowboys and some rowdy bikers. The culmination of the story goes out with a bang. Written from 5 different POVs Aden Lowe really does a fantastic job of building of the relationships between the characters. I would recommend this book to anyone who will listen.
Usually when I read a book with more than two POVs I notice some things. The characters either all use the same vocabulary, and have similar personalities or they are very one dimensional and the book gets confusing, making me dislike the book and really consider reading any of the author's work. Well, having read Big Game and Bounty, I was eagerly awaiting Captured. Big Game had been written from two POVs and Bounty from three. Each flowing seamlessly, not the least bit confusing and written with such detail, I couldn't help but connect to each of the characters. Imagine my surprise when I realized Captured was written from FIVE POVs. It took me a while to realize it because having been familiar with all of the characters, I was immediately sucked into the story. I don't mean a great book that I loved, I mean being in the middle of the story, feeling everything the characters felt, whether it was confusion, anger, love, lust, heartbreak, sadness, fear, all of it!
Another thing I loved about Captured is the blending of two worlds. Western Romance and MC. the author did a phenomenal job telling the story from both genres and they blended seamlessly. I am amazed. That is all I can really say! I wasn't a fan of Western Romance because I can't relate. I'm a city girl who has had no experience or knowledge of what it takes to run a working ranch, so reading about it didn't really interest me......until I started this series. In a way, I'm a little sad that this series has reached its conclusion. The guys are so hot! Even the antagonist! The sex was tasteful but still white hot!! The pure love between the characters was beautiful and 'watching' how the heroes protected their women was amazing. Giving me a view on true love and desire.
I wish I could give Captured more than the five stars that's allowed because the way this book is written is sheer brilliance. I've never seen anything like it!! I'm really looking forward to whatever the author releases next!!
I particularly enjoyed the horse scenes, they were beautifully written and I can tell the author loves horses. I could imagine them and the words he used allowed me to do that.
I'm a picky reader, I need congruence when I read. The plot, the characters, the scene, etc have to have a reason and I can take as many plot twists as the author wants to give if there's congruence. Regarding this, the first chapter had me rolling my eyes when a POV changes all of the sudden. There are a lot of POV in the book since there are many characters involved, but they were stated at the beginning of the chapter (Chapter one: Jakob). However, I found in 2 chapters how it was supposed to be Jakob's POV and at the end it changed to Kate's and in another it was Rita's and in the middle it changed Falon's going back to Rita's. As I said, I'm picky and I tend to remember things like this.
I have other issues with the plot that might be considered as spoilers so be aware before continuing reading.
I don't get Falon's involvement in the plot apart from telling Jakob and Kate that part of a MC was going their way. I mean, Rita was more useful with her cooking skills than him. He was kind of a second male but he never did anything but get wounded. His book was good but in this book I didn't get him. It could've been done over the phone and I don't see the result changing that much. However, I did enjoy his relationship with Rita and how the trip helped them to get a more solid relationship. Maybe he'll have a part in Kellen's story? I can only hope.
Then, the end was really exciting with all the action and Jakob going commando to save the day. However, I never understood why they went to Jakob's uncle house and it was never said. I can only think it must've been convenient for Jakob knowing the layout of the place and where to find guns to defend themselves. I really want to know why they travelled hours instead of taking care of business where they were.
Those things can be spotted with beta readers since it's a huge whole in the plot and I think that's really important.
At the end, I enjoyed the book, the development of the couples' stories and Kellan. I really like his bad ass behavior and I'm looking forward to read his book.