Captive Angel

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Experience the joys and tribulations of beautiful,innocent Catherine Simmons as she weaves her way across the primitive tapestry of 1780s Louisiana.
Embrace her shining victory as she captures a love that every woman only dreams of: pure ecstasy!

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Words: 66,790
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476003665
About Virginia Aird

Dear Reader,
Thank you for sharing in the excitement of my novels! I am a church choir singer, wife and
mother of two.
To acquire a real "taste" of my literary essence,
here is my recipe for a delicious read:
- 1 strong,sensitive female
- 1 sensitive,strong male
-Add in several heaping spoonfuls of full-bodied love
-Season throughout with salty characters
-Pepper with good and evil
-Blend above ingredients together--along with a hefty sprinkling of sensuality and sweetness
-Stir in chunks of raw emotion
-Keep it juicy
-Steam and serve! Happy Reading!

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Review by: chelsea pagan on Sep. 06, 2012 :
Captive Angel is a well written novel with a smooth blend of romance and suspense. It is largely character driven with some perfectly placed, startlingly real life details that make the journey much more engrossing.

The plot 'captures' you right from the start and leaves you desperate for emotional resolution. This is delivered in the form of a developing love story that twists and turns along the way, making the reader question the Author's motives, until true love is finally found.

the antagonist, Guy Dillon, deserves his own special mention. You will love to hate him.

Overall, a great story. I say, take the journey!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: chelsea pagan on Sep. 06, 2012 : (no rating)
Captive Angel is a well written novel with a smooth blend of romance and suspense. It is largely character driven with some perfectly placed, startlingly real life details that make the journey much more engrossing.

The plot 'captures' you right from the start and leaves you desperate for emotional resolution. This is delivered in the form of a developing love story that twists and turns along the way, making the reader question the Author's motives, until true love is finally found.

The antagonist, Guy Dillon, deserves his own special mention. You will love to hate him.

Overall, a great story. I say, take the journey!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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