Wynter’s Captive, Milly Taiden (Review)
Wynter Captive, Milly Taiden
Being held captive for winter never felt so good.
Lili is on her way to her cousin’s wedding when she thinks she hit a man in the road. Leaving the safety of her car to check on him turns out the be a big mistake, and pretty soon Lili is being abducted and held against her will by a super-sexy wolf who her body longs to touch. But just because he’s hot doesn’t mean she’s going to remain a captive.
Cade is not just an alpha, he’s a very wealthy man, used to getting what he wants. So when he attempts to abduct his ex-friend’s fiancé, he doesn’t expect to wind up with the wrong woman. Just how did he wind up with the maid of honor? And why does the woman melt every inch of him? But when the woman escapes, real danger awaits. And Cade must convince her to see beyond his deception if he wants to keep her alive.
Bookswagger Marcia: Four Crowns, good read, on the way to swagger. Liliana Rojas is on the way to her bestfriend and cousins wedding. While driving the long winding road to her mountain destination she is kidnapped by the big bad wolf. Lucky for her the big bad wolf is alpha Cade Wynter. Cade is wants revenge, he did not count on Lili being his mate. He is down for commitment right away, no one is taking her away from him, not even his wanna be alpha brother. Lili and Cade were a great read. I love the spicy Latin humor Lili gives off. Wynter’s Captive was a story that made me laugh, still had my alpha working to get his girl back and wolves! I think you will like it a nice 78 page read. There was so much going on and I was so deep in the story I did not realize it was a shortie, very well done.
Milly Taiden was born in the prettiest part of the Caribbean known as the Dominican Republic. She grew up between New York, Florida and Massachusetts. Currently, she resides in New York City with her husband, bossy young son and their little dog Speedy.
She began writing when she learned to put words together and her first book consisted of two homeless dogs living in a park for her second grade English class. She didn’t win a prize, but she acquired a love for writing that never went away.
When she’s not working full-time, texting with her best friend Heidi in England, chastising her son for pulling the dog’s ears, shopping with her sister Jewel or watching scary movies with her husband, she can be found writing on her laptop. She’s addicted to shoe shopping, chocolate and Dunkin Donuts coffee.
A major reader when she can get her hands on a good book, she loves reading all Mina Carter, Cynthia Eden, Cynthia Sax among others (Provided by author)