Review: The Brother’s Virgin Captive by Jenika Snow

The Brother’s Virgin Captive by Jenika Snow
Series: The Virgin Auctions (# 5)
Release Date: September 27, 2013
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages: 64
Source: book provided by the publisher for review
shortstoryICON

 

 

Anna Milovich was born to be in the virgin auctions whether she liked it or not. When it’s her turn to stand on the auction block she is horrified to find out her future husband is a sadistic and cruel man. But then she is drugged and kidnapped and taken away from the only life she has ever known. She just doesn’t know if it’s a blessing or a nightmare.

Anna realizes it isn’t just one brother that has her, but two, and one of them is the only man she has ever wanted—Luca Graison. With fear of being found by her family and the man that bought her, she has no choice but to let the Graison brothers protect and take care of her. She may have always dreamed of her independence, but Anna can’t deny the comfort she feels surrendering her mind and body to the brothers.

 

Review:  The Brothers’ Virgin Captive is the fifth book in The Virgin Auctions by Jenika Snow. While this book is part of a series, it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel with ease. I chose this book because I enjoy reading Jenika Snow’s books.

Anna Milovich was born to be a tool so her parents could move up in the world. She was told early on that she would be sold at the virgin auctions no matter what she wanted. Anna was also very naive because her parents kept her away from everyone effectively isolating her.

Luca Graison has been the chauffeur for Anna and her family for years. When he gets wind of her parents, plans he goes into overtime making plans of his own. Luca teams up with his brother, Arik and makes plans to share her between them. I found Luca to be perfect for Anna. Then throwing in Arik and the trio fit together well.

While I liked this book, I found the part of no one coming looking for her unrealistic. If she was really worth so much money and status to her family then someone would have come looking for her or the man who bought her would have come looking for her as well.

The main and secondary characters were realistic and interesting. The story was well written. I loved that they sex scenes were not the main focus of the book. There was a well-defined beginning, middle, and end in this 64-page book. I had a hard time putting this book down. I read this story in one sitting. Overall, this was a great story. I can’t wait to see what’s next in this series.

 

Melissa sig