Review: Falke’s Captive by Anna Keaton and Madison Layle

Falke's Captive
Falke’s Captive by Anna Keaton and Madison Layle
Series: Puma Nights (# 2)
Release Date: October 10, 2011
Publisher: Carina Press
Page Count: 125
Source: provided by publisher for review

A graduate student working in animal genetics, Beth Coldwell is in town to track and tag big cats in the wild. Her prospects for the summer only improve when she meets Kelan and Reidar Falke and decides the sexy brothers are the right pair to fulfill her other, less than scientific, desires…

But her research is a threat to the Falke family secret. When Kelan, in cougar form, is captured, that secret comes closer than ever to being revealed. He escapes, but not before Beth draws a blood sample, and analysis shows this is no ordinary mountain lion.

Kelan and Reidar cannot deny the powerful attraction they feel toward Beth. She might just be their destined mate. But if they reveal themselves to her, will she embrace who they are or see them as just another science experiment?


Cover notes / Warning: light domination and bondage

Review:  Five minutes after you finish Falke’s Peak, you’re probably going to be buying this (or checking reviews to see if it lives up to the first book). Go ahead and click BUY NOW, cause this book is just as good. If you haven’t read Falke’s Peak, check it out first. I read maybe ten pages of Falke’s Captive before I got up and downloaded Falke’s Peak to read that first. Once again, I love the scene when Beth first stumbles into the Falke brothers. This time it’s a little more dramatic (and hilarious). There’s a lot more action in this book as everyone fights to protect the family.

I think Axel and Gunnar are still my favorite brothers, but Kelan and Reidar are still loveable. You get the sense of these younger brothers trying to spread their wings and show their older brothers they have grown up and can stand on their own. Beth has to deal with everything she trusted in being yanked out from under her while being pursued by two men. This story has more of the family in it, which I loved. I’m really bummed because now I don’t have another book to read in this series. I’m anxious to read the next!

So click download, snuggle up and enjoy!

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