Captive Soul; A Novel of the Dark Crescent Sisterhood

Captive Soul; A Novel of the Dark Crescent Sisterhood

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by Anna Windsor
     
 

She’s definitely getting warmer.
 
Her flame power nearly extinguished in a battle against the dark forces attempting to control Manhattan, fire Sybil Camille Fitzgerald is down but not out. Joining a new squad of warrior witches, she hopes to reclaim her fighting spirit and, with luck, her pyrotechnic mastery. Two problems on that front: a new

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She’s definitely getting warmer.
 
Her flame power nearly extinguished in a battle against the dark forces attempting to control Manhattan, fire Sybil Camille Fitzgerald is down but not out. Joining a new squad of warrior witches, she hopes to reclaim her fighting spirit and, with luck, her pyrotechnic mastery. Two problems on that front: a new army of cannibalistic demons and her superheated lust for John Cole, an unholy blend of demon and U.S. Special Forces agent now working undercover for New York’s Occult Crimes Unit.
John knows he can’t be trusted—hell, he can’t trust himself. His warrior soul has entered a new, supernaturally fit body. Unfortunately, it’s a body belonging to the Sybils’ worst enemy, whose supernasty essence still lingers. But when John’s demon energy seems more alive than dead, it’s Camille whose scorching kiss keeps him human—for now. All he’s got to do is master his dark side and save Camille and the Sybils from an army of satanic hellboys planning their ultimate destruction.
 
 

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780345513908
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
12/28/2010
Pages:
480
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 10.60(h) x 1.06(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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Captive Soul; A Novel of the Dark Crescent Sisterhood 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In the battle of Manhattan Camille Fitzgerald the fire sibyl and her quad defeated Rakshasa leader Strada and his troops. When she was about to end the current conflict by killing Strada, Camille stops suddenly. Something enigmatic occurred in seemingly a nanosecond. The sibyl senses that New York's Occult Crimes Unit agent John Cole's soul, which was inside of Duncan, somehow moved into the body of her enemy Strada; though Camille believes that is impossible. Knowing he is marked for death at first sight, Cole searches for Rakshasa alone. He also struggles to keep the essence of Strada trapped and his desire for Camille hidden. Meanwhile Strada's brother Tarek has taken control with new allies including zombie units to destroy the sibyls. The latest tale in the Dark Crescent Sisterhood urban romantic fantasy second "Captive" saga (see the "Bound" entries for the first series and Captive Spirit ) is a fabulous thriller due to the location and the dynamic star-crossed lead couple. Camille and John are in love, but he fears he is losing control to his hellish enemies and she loathes that the visage of her beloved is that of her despicable enemy and not that of Cole. With the war always there and the plight of the protagonists, Anna Windsor will have another captive book-bound audience. Harriet Klausner