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Captive Heart: A Novel of the Dark Crescent Sisterhood

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Hot, wet, and bothered
 
As the world?s only fully trained water Sybil, Andy Myles is too busy battling New York?s demonic population and coping with personal tragedy to trust her broken heart to the wrong man. Jack Blackmore, FBI adviser to Manhattan?s Occult Crimes Unit, is Army-tough and rattling Andy?s nerves big-time, criticizing her strategies for attacking the powerful flesh-feasting Rakshasa. She ...
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Overview

Hot, wet, and bothered
 
As the world’s only fully trained water Sybil, Andy Myles is too busy battling New York’s demonic population and coping with personal tragedy to trust her broken heart to the wrong man. Jack Blackmore, FBI adviser to Manhattan’s Occult Crimes Unit, is Army-tough and rattling Andy’s nerves big-time, criticizing her strategies for attacking the powerful flesh-feasting Rakshasa. She could happily drown Jack with a rogue wave of her water energy—or her kisses. Honestly, when did hating a man become so hot?

Jack’s all human—and he puts his trust in bullets, steel, and fists, not magic. Tough and confident, he’s never met a problem he couldn’t handle. Then again, he’s never fought alongside warrior witches who can kill with a flick of a finger or lost his heart to a wild, unpredictable woman whose kisses taste like sweet southern rain. As a tide of despotic evil sweeps through the streets of New York, Jack’s got one chance to stop a malevolent rampage—and claim Andy’s heart.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780345513915
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 1/25/2011
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 448
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.80 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Anna Windsor has written erotic fantasy books for Ellora’s Cave and has co-authored four romance anthologies under a different name. She’s also a practicing psychologist. Windsor lives in Kentucky on a farm with her family and several wayward pets.
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  • Posted April 21, 2012

    Great Book!

    I had not heard of Anna Windsor until recently and now I've read all her books and wish she had written more! This was a great read and filled in some of the blanks from the other books. Now I really want her to write Dio's story. It was very interesting to see Andy from multiple perspectives; as a cop, a water Sybil and a Mother. How she learned to work with all of them and find her heart again was awesome.

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  • Posted December 26, 2010

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    enjoyable romantic fantasy

    FBI Agent Jack Blackmore, assigned temporary to lead New York's Occult Crime Unit, has battled paranormal serial killers including demons, but working along side the obstinate Sibyls is much more difficult. He especially finds his blood boiling whenever he thinks of former NYPD cop turned tidal wave Andy Myles as he wants to drown her though he is not sure whether he would use waterboarding or kisses.

    Andy, a water sibyl, is unsure whether to drown the Fed in a tsunami as she has almost done twice or with kisses though she still grieves the death of her lover. She is part of a fighting sibyl quartet who recently defeated the horrific Rakshasas, but also is the only trained water sibyl who works with creating a Motherhouse to mentor rookies.

    Samuel Griffen and his coven experiment with Rakshasa blood and DNA in order to create supervillains. Griffen and his sister Rebecca have conducted successful tests on powerful eastern Europe mobs. Jack needs Andy so is in Greece he beg her and her quad mates to help end the horrific plan that would destroy the world as the Fed and ex cop know it including the reemerging sibyls.

    The third Dark Crescent Sisterhood tale (see Captive Soul and Captive Spirit) is fast-paced from the moment Jack and Andy meet in Greece with thoughts of drowning in each other's head and never slows down until the final confrontation. Loaded with action yet driven by the water sibyl and the cop, fans will appreciate this enjoyable romantic fantasy that uses the classic boy meets girl; boy and girl loath each other; and boy and girl fall in love as a backdrop to a global science fiction induced paranormal threat.

    Harriet Klausner

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