Her Captive by Connie Brockway
In HER CAPTIVE, a highwayman’s beautiful sister will do anything to protect her brother from the bold captain sent to arrest him, even if it means chaining her former lover to his own bed!
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
New York Times best-selloing author and to time Romance Writers of America Rita winner for best historical romance, Connie Brockway lives in Minnesota with her husband and a menagerie of spoiled mutts.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Her Captive based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
This was another super quick and fun read. Pip and Ned are entertaining characters and made this installment a joy to read. I appreciate that the entire story is able to take place in one room, over the course of a day or so and you are never bored.
I enjoyed this unusual series butthis book was a poor entry. Unlikable characyers, lame storyline. Skip this one.
Not the best in the series but not the worst. mildly entertaining.
I love anthologies because they provide a wonderful way of finding new authors. I first read this novella in a collection of related stories in a book called "Once upon a Pillow." It was collaboration between two authors that were new to me then, but who are now on my auto buy list for anything they write! In “Once Upon a Pillow" we follow the history of a magnificently majestic bed, and the frolicking there-in, from its beginnings in medieval England, to the Elizabethan era, the Regency period and finally, the present day. Thus, "First Knight" is a naughtily cute play on words that appropriately captures the introduction to the following short stories. Whether you choose to read these novellas individually as e-books of if you choose to read them in their original book format, you are in for a treat! Each of the four Novellas stands very well on its own and they make one great novel when taken as a whole! The novellas following, "First Night," are: "Kidnapped" by Christina Dodd, "Her Captive" (Brockway again) and "Last Night" (Dodd again). Do yourself the favor of enjoying each of them and the literary talents of two of the best writers I could ever recommend.