Release Blitz + Review: His Captive by Emma Creed

Title: His Captive
Author: Emma Creed
Genre: Dark Romance
Release Date: October 9, 2020
I was forced to steal from Cannonville’s
most notorious, twisted billionaire
and he caught me.
Ethan Shaw has secrets,
He’s dangerous.
Now I’m bound to a contract I never signed.
Now, I’m his property.
He wants me to be his plaything,
His toy.
His Captive.
And he’ll never, ever let me leave…

Heather 3

Ok I am sitting here trying to figure out just what to say here. Yes I understand this is the author’s 1st book, and yes I did enjoy it. Now with this being said there was just something that fell short for me. Lysetta finds herself at the mercy of a bad man. She feels like she has no other choice but to do what he wants done. Ethan being the dark and mysterious billionaire takes things into his own hands when he finds Lysetta somewhere where she shouldn’t be. Now this is where the plot thickens…. This is where the dark and twisted to come out to play. I am just going to end my review here, because I am not going to leak any of the dark and twisted things that take place.
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Free in Kindle Unlimited
Emma Creed lives in England and enjoys behaving like a princess to her extremely tolerable husband all whilst raising 3 boys and mini princess in the making.
When she isn’t entertaining the voices in her head, she spends her free time with a glass of white wine and a good book. Emma has been an avid reader since she was a little girl and with a little encouragement to take the leap into writing, she discovered that she loved it.
When she isn’t locked in her writing cave making up stories she can be found chatting on social media and wasting hours scrolling through TikTok. 

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