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A winged man known simply as “the wild thing” has been free to roam the jungles outside Bendar City until he’s betrayed, captured, and sold to a powerful lord who values the stunning birdman’s unique beauty. Lord Adolpho Serratin of the Kalamadur Oasis maintains a collectio. Lord Adolpho Serratin of the Kalamadur Oasis maintains a collection of unusual discoveries, many one-of-a-kind, and “the wild thing” soon becomes the most beloved of Serratin’s possessions He is given the name Orion Birdwalker, tamed, and trained to serve his new master in all ways, including those duties involving intimate service.
Captivity, however, is not what Orion thought it would be. His new master is a charismatic, sensual man who is firm yet kind, demanding yet passionate, who teaches Orion to serve, challenge his intellect, and adriwnna the “wild thing” from the jungles in mind, body, and spirit. But in a part of Orion’s soul still lingers the desire to once again taste freedom and to fly free.
When Lord Serratin is called to mediate an agreement and returns to Bendar City for the negotiations, he is unwilling to leave behind his new intimate slave. But everything is different in Bendar City. To Orion, Serratin seems cold and distant. Intrigue abounds, and soon Orion is presented with an unexpected chance for escape. It’s the hardest decision Orion will ever make, since he knows he can’t have both his freedom and Lord Serratin, the master he has come to love.
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Preview — Captivity by Adrianna Dane. Captivity by Adrianna Dane Goodreads Author. Captive to the charisma of cwptivity powerful, sensual master–and a slave to his own unquenchable desire Lord Adolpho Serratin of the Kalamadur Oasis maintains a collectio Captive to the charisma of a powerful, captivith master–and a slave to his own unquenchable desire Orion BirdwalkerLord Adolpho Serratin.
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Jan 16, Valentina Heart rated it liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
I was planing on rating this with four stars until the ending. It’s an endearing story about a harsh master and a wild man who used to be free. A lot of self-recognition and acceptance combined with doubt and confusion. It’s a journey about a slave who falls in love. Good book with adriana characters and even more interesting world. Now, the reason why I changed my mind about the rating was the ending that frankly spoiled it for me.
I can accept the unknown future and whatever tomorrow may b I was planing on rating this with four stars until the ending. I can accept the unknown future and whatever tomorrow may bring, but I don’t have to know that the Master will have to marry someone and have kids while the slave will always stay a slave. It doesn’t matter that he accepts that role and he is happy with his decision, future, etc. Adrianna easily could have done without that one sentence.
Oct 25, M’rella rated it liked it Shelves: I could easily give it 4. I adrianan my feels, I want to be buried in them! This story had such a potential, but it fell short: As it is, I can barely scrape 3 stars.
Apr 01, Ayanna rated it it was amazing Shelves: I’ve seen this cover before An interesting exploration into value concepts such as freedom, captivity, and the possibility that those two are a false dichotomy. I don’t necessarily agree completely with the conclusion drawn, but it’s well-written nonetheless. This is actually one adrkanna the rare ones which I liked, but not in a raving-of-its-awesomeness sort of way.
It gets a little cheesy at times, but I like that t It gets a little cheesy at times, but I like that there’s a sense of movement, of development.
It starts at one mental state and sort of takes you to another. One thing that’s really weird is I feel like the reader’s led to believe that the “wild thing” in the beginning was a sort of Enkidu-figure, but Orion could still understand human language, apparently I guess not so Enkidu-like? And I don’t quite understand what exactly he is.
Were they trying to imply that one of his parents is a literal bird and there was some kind of bestiality mating thing going on? Nov 30, Tamarrion Lash rated it it was ok Shelves: Recommended Read and 5 Angels!! Captivity by Adrianna Dane is yet another demonstration of the author’s ability to bring a thought provoking and entertaining story for our reading pleasure.
By the end of the book, both men had me viewing them through a different outlook An inventive storyline takes readers on a journey of discovery Captivity has poignant moments of self discovery, s Recommended Read and 5 Angels!!
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Captivity has poignant moments of self discovery, self loathing and makes this tale altogether fascinating. Dec 16, CB rated it it was amazing. Arianna wish it was avrianna as the characters and fantasy world were quite intriguing.
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Adrianna Dane who also writes as Tess Maynard has been putting pen cpativity paper since captibity age of ten. The first defining love story Adrianna read back in junior high school was “Wuthering Heights” by Emily Bronte, and that set her on the road to her long standing love affair with t Adrianna Dane who also writes as Tess Maynard has been putting pen to paper since the age of ten.
The first defining love story Adrianna read back in junior high school was “Wuthering Heights” by Emily Bronte, and that set her on the road to her long standing love affair with the romance genre.
Her inspiration in writing often can be found by listening to song lyrics and reading poetry by such poets as Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Edgar Allen Poe, and Ranier Maria Rilke. But finding inspiration for her stories truly has no boundaries for Adrianna. She freely danw she is a romantic by nature and adding sensual heat to romance with a dusting of suspense is her motto.