Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Captured by You by Amber Hart

Title: Captured by You
Author: Amber Hart
Series: Untamed #2
Genre: New Adult Romance
Publisher: Random House
Publication Date: May 19 2015
Source: NetGalley
Purchase: Amazon US | Kobo | Google Play | Barnes and Noble
My Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5

     "Raven, a college girl from Michigan, came to the jungles of Cameroon searching for closure. Falling for Jospin, a handsome, charismatic hunter with dark secrets of his own, was never part of the plan. But despite their differences, their attraction is addictive, as exhilarating and wild as the rain forest itself—and also as dangerous.
     For the sake of both their lives, their heated affair must remain a secret. Raven wants justice for her conservationist father’s death; to help her, Jospin must turn his back on his own father and the only life he has ever known. Together they risk being hunted by a band of ruthless poachers, but they take the chance anyway, working to bring down their enemies between each stolen kiss.
     But when one slip puts Raven’s life at stake, Jospin knows he must act. He has captured Raven’s heart—now can he set her free?"

     This book picks up right were the first one left off. It was action packed from the very first page. I was barely able to put the book down. Jospin and Raven are such compelling characters, and with all the revelations that happened at the end of the first book and the struggle both have to go through just to stay alive kept me on the edge of my seat.

Jospin has to go against everything he thought was true so he will have a chance to see Raven alive and Raven has to pretend to be someone she isn't so she can stay alive. Luckily Raven has someone to help her that was a contact of her father's inside the poacher's compound.

Through all this Jospin has to trust someone he views as a traitor to protect the woman he loves and seek refuge with people he once sought to destroy. And in doing so he learns how very wrong he was about everything he was taught his whole life and that somethings are worth sacrificing, even family, for the greater good.

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