Friday, April 15, 2011

Captivate by Carrie Jones

This is the second book to Need.
Zara and her friends have faught pixie's and trapped them in the mansion they were living in. Her real father was one of them. Being that Zara is half pixie and half human. She has been waiting for Nick her boyfriend to come back for protrol. She's been worried that something is going to happen. Nick is a were. He turns into a wolf. He's pretty powerful so her friends keep telling her not to worry, but she can't help it.
After school and everyone is doing thier thing, Zara decides to take a jog. She runs the same way she always does, tells she hear a noise coming from in the woods. She runs right into a young pixie who's tide up to a tree. She decides to untie him and let him go. She knows that theres a good chance that it was nick that did it. But, she feels bad and does it any how. He thanks her for it. She meets a Valkyrie. She wants to take him with her but, Zara fights for him, telling her not too.
A few days later the young male pixie and her meet up again. This time he saves her. He tells her that his name is Astley. He's cute in his human form. Zara really doesn't trust pixies because of her real father. He tell Zara that he's there to watch over her. When she Loses Nick things change for her. She ends up making a huge decision.
I'm not going to give away the ending to this book. Its too good for that. But, I'll say this. I can't wait to find out what's going to happen in the next book.
Well, I'm off to start another book now. Read this book, you'll enjoy it.

1 comment:

  1. Captivate is definitely worth reading. I really enjoyed visiting this world again. It will keep you engaged and guessing at every turn. Ms. Jones continues to do an excellent job of world-building. Captivate continued to build on the established lore from the first book in the series, Need, as well as introducing a new mythology. With the vulnerable king's needs spinning out of control and ravenous and rampaging pixies on the loose, Bedford, Maine is deadlier than ever.