Back in April, I read and reviewed Captive at Christmas. Well, it got picked up by Titan InKorp and Danielle Taylor flushed it out. Best part is that all of the original reviews are still there on Amazon. In honor of Danielle’s success, I’m re-posting my review from April:
I’m going to admit that this is the first romance I’ve read and the first erotic book that I’ve read. So, I didn’t know what to expect. There is a lot of passion and emotion between the main characters as they get to know each other. The detail that Danielle Taylor uses to describe events, feelings, and thoughts makes them jump out of the book. There is no way to read this book without it gripping you.
The characters are phenomenally well-written. They are very believable and their narrative voices are easily distinguished from each other. I got a very good feel for Mac’s pain and for Hannah’s determination. As I read the book, I was drawn into their little world and wondered what was going to happen with every page.
I wanted to see more with Kayla because she kind of made her appearance very close to the end. She quickly proved to be an interesting character, so I was disappointed that I couldn’t get to know her more. Though, maybe she’s a teaser for a future book and I’m on the hook.
I’m looking forward to whatever Danielle writes next because she has proven herself incredibly talented with this novella.