Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Review for Captive in the Strom by Edward A Stanbridge


Captive in the Storm
By Edward Stanbridge
My Review:

I love every part of Christopher and Ally’s story. I can’t tell you how many times I have messaged Edward Stanbridge on Twitter and told him that I need him to write the next part, and then the next part after that one. I can’t get enough of this story, it is sexy, steamy, and oh my goodness….
Christopher Harrington is so… what is the word, oh yes delicious. He is sex on a stick! He is an elegant well-mannered businessman, who I want! Not going to lie! There I said it! I need him and I want him, everyday all day. Oh did I mention that he has a 12th century castle! Yeah, I am sure that got your attention all right.
Allison Cunningham is a beautiful, gorgeous, business woman. She is all business and no play. Ally and Christopher have been friends for many years, they went to college together. One time in college, let’s just say they explored on another. Ally is on her way to meet up with Christopher at his home, his Castle to go over a new project with him.
Ally and Christopher go through some things in each part, but I guarantee each and every chapter will leave you wanting so much more. Every time a new part comes out I have to re-read all of them. The writing is brilliant and Edward Stanbridge will suck you into their world, without a doubt. I can sit here and tell you the entire story, but it isn’t finished yet! But I love it and I can’t wait to read all the parts that he writes, why… because he is amazing!
So go now……and read Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. Like I said before you will love every word he writes, I know I do.
Oh….did I tell you that there is a dungeon in this story too!!
Here are the links to Parts 1-6!! Go and read it now ;)

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
About the Author

I am lucky to have so many different passions in my life and be able to share them through literature. I want to explore the best as well as the worst there is in human nature by crafting stories that I wish will compell the reader to open his mind to a new perspective.

I often use clichés and taboos in my stories and try to work them from a new angle because I truly believe that nothing in this world is what it seems.

If only one of my stories can make you smile or cry, I will have accomplished much more than I ever wished for.

Want to know more???
Check out Edward A Stanbridge's interview!!






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