"A remarkable werewolf/paranormal tale you do not want to miss!"
The world as we know it no longer exists. A deadly strain
of airborne Lycathropy has changed mankind forever. Like
any plague: death, destruction, and horrifying anomalies
are left in its wake.
Maya Blake has survived a werewolf attack only to become a
very powerful psychic. Because of her survival, she is
hunted for research purposes. She has been captured before
and vows this time not to get caught again. Her main
objective is to keep her sister safe, whatever the cost.
Adam Shepherd is a man with dark, deep scars from the past,
a past of losing his family to the first wave of the deadly
strain of airborne Lycathropy. Now, he has become a lethal
honed hunter for the government to capture such
individuals, like Maya Blake.
Unfortunately, Maya is captured by none other than Adam.
One look at this scared, hardened hunter sets off a vision,
not of pain and suffering, but waves of sexual images that
leave Maya bewildered and breathless. Nevertheless, Maya
must figure out a way of escape.
Sometimes escape can have different connotations and these
two will wander into dangerous and sexually furious
territory that explode their worlds apart.
Captured is by author Barbara J. Hancock. What an
impeccably narrated story, and from the moment you open the
book, until the very ending, you will be amazed at how Ms.
Hancock spins characters that grip the heart with true
realism and feelings. This reviewer was taken, tossed, and
controlled by this author.
This reviewer can say, without a doubt, that she sees
greatness and many bestsellers for Ms. Hancock in the
future. When an author can take a mundane werewolf story
and turn it into something so riveting and sexually intense
like Ms. Hancock did, that is true writing talent not seen
Step into Ms. Hancock's world and get Captured! Stop by
Loose-Id to purchase your copy today of Captured by
Barbara J. Hancock. It comes with the highest of
recommendation from this reviewer.
Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt
Posted May 29, 2009