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    Caleb's Darkness

    I read this book a long time ago, rated it 5 stars, but never reviewed it. Recently I did a reread and wanted to write some focusing on Caleb. I love Caleb, who is one of my top ten of all times in the book boyfriends department. The first thing that stands out to me in the beginning is how much pleasure he derives just from watching her, before anything has even happened (as far as the Livvie/Caleb situation). He was excited and instantly drawn to her. The reader feels suspended on the edge of their seat waiting to find out what will happen, how it will play out. After her abduction, she still can't hate him even though she feels she should. While he is completely consumed with her, she is not immune. She dreams of him, a perfect angel. Although he may look like heaven, he is equal parts heaven and hell. -He was my tormentor and my solace; the creator of the dark and the light within.- As more details of his past are provided, he becomes an even more complex character. He is so gorgeous and his been so tormented and is now fighting his desires, emotions, background, pain, fate, etc etc etc. I wanted to hold the little boy he once was and encourage the man he is that he could change his future. The entire story is up then down, emotional wave after emotional wave, surprise, sexiness, ugliness, doom and hope. It just doesn't get much better. I know this isn't a proper review, but as I stated I just wanted to write a little on Caleb.
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    a painful part of a bigger journey

    Captive is deeply and profoundly disturbing, but mesmering. I wasn't sureif Icould keep going or if it would just break me, but the second act cannot happen without the first and this book takeyou through the emotional wringer you need to feel before you can appreciate the choices made in the sequel.
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    Loved it!

    Good plot! Enjoyable characters and ending is not cliche, which is refreshing...cannot wait to read some more!
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    Need more!

    Oh my goodness if I don't get more caleb and livvie I will not survive! Such a good book (even if it did frustrate me at parts)
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    My view

    Initially, it seemed as if the story was loaded with exotics. As the story progresses one would dwell into emotional feelings as well.
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