CARRIE JONES is the New York Times and internationally bestselling author of Captivate. Need (Series). Carrie Jones Author (). cover image of Entice. Captivate (Need, #2) is one of best books released on containing pages, this book written by Carrie Jones whom known as an author and have wrote. Captivate book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. He smiles. It's a wicked smile. Kind but not kind. Handsome but danger.
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Read “Captivate”, by Carrie Jones online on Bookmate – Zara and her friends knew they hadn't solved the pixie problem for good. Far from it. The king's needs . Read Captivate by Carrie Jones for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. It's all-out war (and no-holds-barred romance) in the climactic conclusion to Carrie Jones's bestselling ronaldweinland.info is at the center of an impending apocalypse.
She moved to Lewiston, Maine to attend Bates College. She resides in Maine. The revelation leaves Belle torn between her resentment toward Dylan's secrecy, and her concern as he adjusts to his new identity in their town. Jones has labeled it a story of "self-discovery and understanding and all the different kinds of love out there. You can feel proud of him.
I absolutely loved Astley. I'm not sure that I entirely trust him, but he does have some redeeming qualities. While he did help Zara in many ways, doing so also served his purposes. I definitely want to get to know him better. I was a bit surprised by the ending. The book ends on a cliffhanger, leaving room to have major plot points continued in the next installment.
I can't wait to read about the events that unfold between Astley, Zara, and Nick. It's so clear to see that the dynamics of Zara's relationship with Nick have been changed forever. Jones creates intriguing and compelling characters, and makes you care about them. Overall, Captivate is definitely worth reading.
I really enjoyed visiting this world again. It will keep you engaged and guessing at every turn. 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.
Notable Scene:He pulls me into his chest, but I've already seen. I've already seen and it's stuck inside my brain like panic and terror, like a bad horror movie image that won't let go: bodies twisted on the marble floor; blood splashed across walls like arteries have been cut; hands severed in the middle of the floor not connected to anything; eyes open; mouths stuck in screams. I yank away from Nick and stare.
Then I start moving. I hold my breath as I go from one corpse to another. No goody bags, sponsorships, "material connections," or bribes were exchanged for my review. In addition, I don't receive affiliate fees for anything downloadd via links from my site.
As soon as it was available at my library I snatched it up! I devoured it in just a couple of days and was not disappointed. I love the direction the story is taking and the Norse mythology surrounding the fairies added an interesting depth to Jones' fictional world.
Captivate is full of action - from page one - and has fantastic plot twists that kept this reader on the edge of her seat. The introduction of fascinating new characters as well as further development of favorite characters from Need, combine to make Captivate an exciting and well-written addition to this delightful series.
It seems that more and more pixies comes to town and they need to take care of them to. Why would they come to Maine? Can they feel there's something wrong with he king? Doubts are confirmed when Astley shows up in town to claim the territory as his own.
But Zara won't let that happen. Zara is now stronger and more confident, and driven by a strong need to protect the ones she loves, and pretty much everybody in town. But protecting them proves to be one difficult task.
Devyn is getting better and unfortunately for Is, an old girlfriend of his shows up in the picture and seems very interested in him again. Poor Is is broken-hearted, I really felt bad for the poor girl, she's always so sweet and caring.
I have to admit I had some tears boiling under the surface at some moments of the story, but I won't tell you why and when, it wouldn't be nice. But seriously if you loved Need, run and get yourself a copy of Captivate. As the title say, I was Captivated by the story and read it in only a few hours. It's passionate, engaging, emotional and honest.
Everything you can ask for! I am loving this series and think author Carrie Jones is brilliant. The book concept and delivery is superb. The characters are wonderful and completely original to me. These books are page turners that I never want to put down or end.
I can't wait for the next one! In this second book of the series, Zara, Nick, Devyn and Issie are still battling evil pixies in their home state of Maine. Zara and Nick are continuing their relationship and very much two teens experiencing first love. They adore each other and make a great couple. They take turns "patrolling" AKA hunting for evil pixies and when they find one, they lock them in the pixie house surrounded by iron and assorted metals to keep them in.
Then a new pixie king shows up in town and he insists he isn't like the others. He insists that some pixies can live side by side with humans and not kill them - provided the king has his queen to keep him in control. A pixie king MUST have a queen to help him keep control. And the new pixie king in town, wants Zara to be his queen. Great story!
Full of action, love, some teen sexual tension, humor, a bit of sadness and some real laugh out loud moments. My favorite laugh out loud moment was Zara teasing her werewolf boyfriend about his love of eating dog treats and peeing on fire hydrants! I had only one issue with the story and that was the end.
A tragedy hits the town with multiple deaths that rock the entire town. Even the pixie hunting foursome suffer a huge blow, yet that doesn't stop them from going to a formal dance-huh? They should be attending funerals and crying their eyes out, yet they are picking out dresses for a dance. That didn't work for me on any level and I dearly wish the author had cut that out of the book.
I'm guessing she kept it in so the book would have a 'happy ending' but in this case it did not work. The mythology is intriguing, the characters are strong, and the story engaging with thankfully far fewer phobia lists.
I'm not even sure exactly what it is about him that did that to me, but I started to lose a lot of my preconceived interest in him when Astley was introduced. Zara's caring for Nick, however, made me begin to like him again, because everything Zara experiences, I feel like I experience it right along with her which is what I was really getting at with this 2.
Astley may bring some of that out of her, but it's out, nonetheless.
What happened at the end of this book really surprised me. I thought it was going to take longer to happen, like maybe at the end of the third, or at the beginning of the fourth, but it's happened, and I can't change that.
In fact, I probably would've thrown it out my window. Why probably because of Astley! I'm such a sucker for the "other guy" I swear it is my downfall in books. I so rarely prefer the main guy. The evil pixies are still trapped in the house in the woods.
Zara and the gang continue to monitor them but something is up.