"Two erotic stories of love and revenge!"
Sisters Celeste and Corinne Carson have a very close
relationship. In fact, they're so close, they get together
for brainstorming sessions on plots for their books. See,
both of them are bestselling authors. Celeste writes science
fiction about her alpha male, Jarred Verrain and Corrine
writes fantasy about her hero, Mykhayl. Unbeknown to these
sisters, whatever they write actually happens to the men in
question. So when their heroes show up in Celeste's living
room, both women are shocked, especially when their heroes
take them to their own worlds.
In our first story, BOUND BY THE DRAGON by Diane Whiteside,
we have the story of Corinne and Mykhayl. As Dragonheart,
Mykhayl is the king of Torhtremer. He also hates anyone who
wields magic after his incarceration by the Gray Sorceress.
Now that he's got Corinne in his world, he plans on making
her pay for everything bad that's ever happened in his life.
In particular, Myk is quite upset by the fact he was bitten
by the ice serpent and rendered sterile. As king, he must
have a son to inherit the throne.
Will Corinne be able to heal Mykhayl? Will he ever forgive
her for everything she's put him through?
The second story, BOUND BY THE DREAM, by Angela Knight takes
place in the future. Jarred is a cyborg with implants all
over his body. He still is quite upset that Celeste killed
off his best friend, Garr. He too plans on getting his
revenge on Celeste. He's decided that once he's through with
her, he will give her to a friend of his as a sexsub.
Will Jarred be able to give Celeste up? Will Celeste have
any magic in this world?
CAPTIVE DREAMS is an erotic ride through two very different
worlds. Authors Diane Whiteside and Angela Knight have
written two very hot, steamy stories of love. I have to
admit, the whole idea of an author being taken captive by
the man she writes about is highly intriguing and both
authors have done an outstanding job in exploring this
question. All in all, well worth the time spent reading this
Reviewed by Chere Gruver
Posted August 6, 2008