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Alice Sutton is a human, a human that has been bound to a vampire by blood, for over two hundred years. She has lived those years pampered, and well cared for under the protection of her vampire master.
Until now.
When she is kidnapped by vampire hating humans, Alice has no choice but to fight back with all she's got. But will she survive to return to the master she loves so dearly?
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Words: 34,800
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301307401
About Jennifer Leigh

A Texan, born and raised. I've been immersed in the worlds of science-fiction, horror and fantasy, ever since I was a child. I have a boundless love of books, and an even greater love of writing.

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Review by: Melanie Newton on May 08, 2013 :
There are many vampire novels out there both by mainstream and indie authors but Jennifer Leigh manages to bring something a little different in her debut novella "Captive".

The opening chapter is intriguing and definitely leaves you wondering what will happen to these characters that seem so sad, so desolate, so different, and yet so the same all at the same time in just a couple of paragraphs.

The story continues with a little more familiarity for those versed in the vampire genre with bonded humans, familiars etc but the story itself never feels stale.

This writer could definitely use an editor to help with some of the common mistakes often found throughout indie style novels but this in no way detracts from a very compelling read.

I am excited to see how this author will develop as her writing matures and she gets more comfortable with her craft but I for one will be definitely looking for her next offering.

4 out of 5 stars, not perfect but a fantastic premier performance that I would recommend to any real vampire lovers.

*Note these are proper vampires and there is a fair amount of blood involved in this story, which I for one appreciate but the adult caution is supported*

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