Redemption (The Captive Series, Book 5)

Redemption (The Captive Series, Book 5)

by Erica Stevens

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A year has passed since the war against Jack’s father freed the humans from their roles as blood slaves and servants to the vampire race. Having left the palace behind to ensure the outer towns are obeying the new laws, Jack struggles to come to terms with the grief and haunting memories that drove him from the palace in the first place. He’s content to lose himself in the outer lands and the obscurity they offer him. That is until he encounters Hannah.
Growing up in the small town of Chippman, Hannah long ago accepted the fact she would never leave it. When Jack walks into her life and turns it upside down, she quickly realizes that not everything is what she’d believed it to be. Knowing Jack will reject her if he learns the truth about her, Hannah struggles to fight her growing attraction to him. For though the town of Chippman seems normal on the outside, its residents harbor secrets they’ve taken great pains to keep hidden. Secrets that have forced the town to live under the rule of the one man who could tear Jack and Hannah apart forever.

***Mature YA/New Adult. This book contains some language, violence, and sexual situations. Recommended for ages sixteen and up.

Edited by Leslie Mitchell at G2 Freelance Editing.
Cover art by Ebooklaunch

This series is now complete. Recommended reading order for The Captive Series.
Captured (Book 1)
Renegade (Book 2)
Refugee (Book 3)
Salvation (Book 4)
Redemption (Book 5)
Broken (The Captive Series Prequel)
Vengeance (Book 6)
Unbound (Book 7)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045838115
Publisher: Erica Stevens
Publication date: 06/10/2014
Series: Erica Stevens' Captive Series , #5
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 129,416
File size: 322 KB

About the Author

Erica Stevens is the author of the Captive Series, Kindred Series, Fire & Ice Series, Ravening Series, and the Survivor Chronicles. She enjoys writing young adult, new adult, romance, horror, and science fiction. She also writes adult paranormal romance and historical romance under the pen name, Brenda K. Davies. When not out with friends and family, she is at home with her husband, dog, and horse. She loves to speak with readers and can be found: Erica Stevens/Brenda K. Davies Mailing List:

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Redemption (The Captive Series, Book 5) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So glad to finally have this! Amazing story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book! I love this series! Actually I love all of the series Stevens had written! I loved this book about Jack and Hannah and it was good to see Aria and Braith again too! I love the characters and loved the plot! Excellent book! Can't wait for more! Loved it!
KatieC1 More than 1 year ago
This book is GREAT!! Loved to read more about Jack and William. And see Aria and Braith again. This is a great next book in the Captive series. Grab all the others in the series and make a great relaxing weekend reading this series. Forget Twilight, Captive is the way to go. Hope there will be more in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All i can say is that I want more more more. As soon as I finished reading the last page I went and looked up to see if there would be a book 6. I had already known about the prequel but i needed more of aria and braith and now hannah and jack. At first i wasnt going to read this one because i just wanted to hear more about aria and braith but then I read in a review that aria and braith come back so i just had to read it. I ended up loving jack and hannah too. I'm still trying to find out when book 6 will come out. The prequel comes out in April I know. However I don't know if I will be able to read about the awful king and not learn anything new on either of the couples.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Did not disappoint. Loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series was way better than twilight.
shelle2012 More than 1 year ago
Good read. Same length as previous series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wish for a new one. Very well written. Great concept!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this series and cannot wait for more!
InkspelledFaery More than 1 year ago
By far the best book yet! Don’t get me wrong, I adored Braith and Aria (still do), but the plot, development, dialogue—the everything—the writing style has gone through such an evolution that it’s mind blowing. The plot: I had to force myself to put down my Kindle at 1:00 a.m. I nearly murdered my family because they wouldn’t let me read. I couldn’t stop thinking about this book no matter what I was doing. The plot grabbed me by the throat and dragged me through without a second’s rest. The “squee” moments and the “hell no” moments were mixed together with perfect balance to keep my eyeballs affixed to my screen. Highest marks here. The characters: In books 3-4, we get brief glimpses into Jack’s psyche, usually when he’s thinking about the war or trying to navigate Braith’s volcanic temper regarding Aria. In this book, we delve much, much deeper, exploring how Jack ended up with the rebels to begin with, and what goes on in that head of his. A lot of it I would never have guessed and it was all the more fun for it. I adored Hannah! She’s tough, determined, but also has a plethora of insecurities due to her “defect” and the lifestyle she was raised into. She and Jack are beautiful together and they’re one of those couples to make the fangirls squee and scream with delight. Some of the characters from the earlier books also make an appearance and I was a little surprised to see them again. There was one point where I was thinking “Braith and Aria—leave! This is Hannah and Jack’s story now!” But they fit in nicely and it was kind of funny to see Jack come to understand just what it is Braith went through when he lost Aria. (The “how did you not kill me” conversation was so funny!) I have received word that there will be a sixth book—one dedicated to Aria’s brother, William. I’m a little hesitant, but then I was hesitant with this one. I have high hopes and it looks like I will be a fan of this series for some time yet!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm in the process of reading this book and so far it's really good except for a few editing problems which is why I had to stop and write the review... In her pervious series the main character Braith is 900 + years old and throughout that whole series they talk about how he is I believe the second oldest vampire (the first was his father who was 2000+ years I believe) they also said that one of the vampires the council was the third oldest so it's kinda grating on my nerves that in this series Jack is 900+ years. It's kinda impossible for him to be that age when the third oldest vampire isn't even that old. Is just something that kept coming up and I had to write a review about it otherwise the book is going good and the author is doing a great job!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this latest edition to the series. Captivating read. Cannot wait for the next installment. I hope for several more in this series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fantastic read, hopefully the next book will be about William finding peace and his bloodlink.