Captive: A Graced Novella by Amanda Pillar

Captive: A Graced NovellaCaptive: A Graced Novella by Amanda Pillar
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

In a dystopian world where humans are becoming extinct they are captured and held in camps to be harvested for food. Years before human scientists had created vampires, werewolves and also a race known as the Graced. The vampires and werewolves need the humans for food to survive and it’s been an all out war over control of what is left of the human race. The Graced are also in hiding as they are used for their powers and for breeding.

Quin who is a full Graced with incredible powers has hidden his two sisters who are half human in one of these camps. When vampires take control of the camp from the werewolves Quin seeks the help of Wolf, the alpha to rescue his sisters forming an alliance between himself and Wolf. Wolf’s plan is to get himself captured to get entry to be able to rescue the girls but what he didn’t count on was having an immediate attraction to Laney who he is there to rescue.

I have to say I was intrigued with this story and wasn’t disappointed in the least by the glimpse I was given into this world. What I found though was the usual novella dilemma that I felt I just wanted to know so much more of the story and characters. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing as it did gain my interest in continuing with other books into the series.

The majority of this story the characters are kept in captivity so I kind of felt that held a bit back from a I really love it moment to making it become an OK this is interesting read. In the end I decided on going with 3.5 stars for this as it was good and would like to continue and learn more.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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