RELEASE BLITZ & REVIEW — Captive Vow By Alta Hensley


Captive Vow by Alta Hensley is Available NOW!
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“Wow, what a magnificent dark thriller!” – Romantic Angel Blog

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I take you.
To honor and obey.
Till death do us part.
This is my solemn vow.

I am caught in the madness of a deep obsession. Stolen away to become his perfect and dutiful wife.
Trapped in a twisted and dark courtship. Forced and trained in the wifely duties of an obedient bride.
I am his.
Captive ever after…

Captive Vow is a dark romantic thriller. If you don’t like a sprinkle of shock, a dash of taboo, and a heavy dose of sex, then don’t take a sip of my cocktail.


The beautiful high bride in a luxurious wedding dress, on a white background




Alta Hensley is a USA TODAY bestselling erotic romance author who has had #1 top-selling books in dark, contemporary, BDSM, erotic science fiction, humor, suspense and historical. She writes the hot, dark, and dirty romance.

Being a multi-published author in the romance genre, Alta is known for her dark, gritty alpha heroes, sometimes sweet love stories, hot eroticism, and engaging tales of the constant struggle between dominance and submission.


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descriptiondescriptiondescriptionThis is a pretty decent cover. Good representation of the hero. Good composition. Unique and eye-caching title work.description


descriptionThis book was both intriguing and disturbing all wrapped into one. So basically this was right up my alley. It was well written and nicely paced. It had some twists and turns. It had an interesting and unique plot. No OW/OM drama. No angst really. A few hot sex scenes and two likable main characters.

descriptionThat said I did have a few issues that stopped it from being a complete hit. One, I am not sure why the heroine needed such an over the top background? Especially when her history doesn’t come into play at all for the entire book. It seemed a bit like overkill. Second, through the whole book, I was waiting for a particular twist to be revealed. Alas, that twist never comes, and I was left feeling like a HUGE opportunity was missed to make this an even MORE twisted book. Lastly, the ending felt rushed, and because the aforementioned thing didn’t take place I was left with a bunch of loose ends and things that didn’t make sense like (HIGHLIGHT FOR SPOILER) –>What about Richard? The cameras? Why were Viv’s wrists bruised? Why was Pope so rough and mean to Viv outside the restaurant? And for heaven’s sake, Pope was a big guy why the hell didn’t he just overpower the little Korean lady and tie her up!!??

All in all, though I found this one to be an enjoyable read that held my attention throughout. So two thumbs up from yours truly.description


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