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Captive : the forbidden side of Nightshade / A. D. Robertson.

Book Book ([2013])
Description: 306 pages : 24cm
Publisher: New York : Dutton, [2013]
3 of 3 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
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  • ISBN: 9780525954118 (hardback)
  • ISBN: 0525954112 (hardback)
Summary: "The first adult novel set in the world of the New York Times bestselling Nightshade series, Captive delivers a steamy, forbidden romance between sworn enemies drawn together by an irrepressible desire. Twenty-five-year-old Tristan Doran enjoys a life of incredible power and privilege. As a direct descendant of the Keepers-witches who have embraced dark magic-he defers to no one but his overlord, Lord Bosque Mar. For most of his life, Tristan has been kept out of the centuries-old Witches War, his bloodline too valuable to risk in battle. But when a beautiful, young human Searcher named Sarah is captured and made a prisoner in his Irish castle, Tristan's infatuation with her flings him headlong into the fray. Captive and captor, unable to contain their longing, embark on a passionate, forbidden romance together-only to learn that their love is at the heart of a prophecy predicting the downfall of the Keepers' ages-old reign. Captive explores the darker side of the richly imagined Nightshade universe, a fantasy world of powerful dark witches, shape-shifting wolf warriors, and fascinating history. The first of three erotic novels, Captive delves deeply into the fiery, illicit romance of two young lovers whose very desires invite their doom"-- Provided by publisher.

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Robertson, A D. "Captive : the forbidden side of Nightshade." New York : Dutton, 2013.

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