REVIEW à Captive By Lisa Kumar

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REVIEW à Captive By Lisa Kumar ð [Read] ➱ Captive Author Lisa Kumar – Citybells.co.uk Against her will Emma finds herself at the mercy of someone who shouldn't even exist Passion rage and fear intermingle as Emma's abductor alternately toys with her and submits to his fascination for t Against her will Emma finds herself at the mercy ofO by all that is Elvin should be an object of repulsion Emma's captor is after all an Elf and not just any Elf he is a lord among elves And Emma She is a mere mortal from the st century who finds herself in a world far removed from her ow.

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REVIEW à Captive By Lisa Kumar I'm a wife mother and romance writer who grew up in small town Indiana I studied psychology in college and worked off and on in the mental health field over the years I now reside in the suburbs of Chicago with my husband and our two sons When not spinning tales of romance and fantasy I can often be found with my nose buried in a book I also love going for walks with my youngest son and tak.

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Captive By Lisa Kum[Read] Captive Author Lisa Kumar Citybells.co.uk Against her will Emma finds herself at the mercy of someone who shouldn't even exist Passion rage and fear intermingle as Emma's abductor alternately toys with her and submit.

5 Comments on "REVIEW à Captive By Lisa Kumar"

  • T.M. Hobbs

    REVIEW à Captive By Lisa Kumar Captive By Lisa KumI was immediately drawn into Ms Kumar's world of Elvin royalty which at times throughout the story seemed to be similar to that of our own human society At first I found myself sort of turned off by Cian with his sometimes pompous attitude I didn't like him treating Emma as a possession But then I began to feel that I had misread Cian and came to the conclusion as I read further that he was misunderstood He truly cared for Emma and that is made evident toward the end of the story but he just didn't know how to e


  • Izzy

    REVIEW à Captive By Lisa Kumar Captive By Lisa Kum At the time of purchase this was a free ebook Loved the story loved the writing and loved the characters Honestly I really enjoyed it I've put it under my 'Favourite' folder on my Kindle It's a great short story but I can't help but think that it should have been a novel In fact it could have been a fantastic novel It has everything it needs to be a novel and I think it should be If Lisa Kumar took this down re wrote Captive as a novel then I would buy it in a heartbeatAs a short story I felt like there were too many time skips and this impacted the flow of the story To put it simply I was reading the Cliff's Notes versionI loved it but I feel that it has potential to be a novel than a short story


  • CoffeeTimeRomance andMore

    REVIEW à Captive By Lisa Kumar Captive By Lisa KumA very likable character I thought Emma reacted just like most people would in this unlikely extreme situation Cian was of a mystery We did not get any insight into his personality or motivations This story was a uick read but very enjoyable It would have been nice if Ms Kumar had gone into detail making the story a little longer instead of jumping ahead as many times as she didSusanaReviewer for Coffee Time Romance MoreFull Review


  • Lady Raven RAVE!

    REVIEW à Captive By Lisa Kumar Captive By Lisa KumI think this is the first book by this author it isn't a bad read it's very very very short It's also uick pace In the beginning the story starts with Emma being captured already by Cian and it goes on from there The beginning was ok but it picked up for me in the middle and I liked the end Even though I gave it 3 stars as I said it's not bad but it didn't wow me either it's a uick read to past time


  • Cherry

    REVIEW à Captive By Lisa Kumar Captive By Lisa KumFor a uickie read it was OK