Lilliana – Novella to the Captivated Series

Novella to the Captivated Series - Book 2.5

Book Cover: Lilliana - Novella to the Captivated Series
Editions:Paperback - Second Edition: $ 12.99
ISBN: 978-1544166490
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 198
Hardcover - Second Edition: $ 32.99
ISBN: 978-1-365-78605-1
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 198
Kindle - Second Edition: $ 2.99
Pages: 198
ePub - Second Edition: $ 2.99
Pages: 198

This novella is meant to be read after Fight for Me.


The last living LaRoux sister is pissed.

She’s out for revenge. In this second novella in the Captivated Series, follow the brazen, immortal, dark conjurer as she sets out on a quest to make her sisters' killers pay.


Nominated for FAVORITE VILLAIN in the "Best of the Best" competition hosted by the Spunky-N-Sassy Book Blog.

Publisher: Foundations
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That next morning, I awoke to the sound of a gasp. At first, I thought it was an echo of a dream. A figment of my maddening imagination. But when my eyes fluttered open and I saw Kai appraising the inside of my tent with a confused look, I realized it was neither of those things. The sound had come from him.
I pushed into a seated position and scanned the walls of the tents walls, my jaw going slack. What the….
All over the tent walls were the words, I am the darkness and the darkness is me. I numbly looked down to the pen that I’d used to write in my journal with. And apparently, all over the tent walls when I’d been asleep. I’d been… sleep writing?
Well, this was a new development.
“Is this what you were up all night doing?” he asked.
“No, I…” I traced the words with my finger, in awe. This black magic thing was even consuming me when I was asleep. This had to have meant that I’d graduated to the next level


if that was even a thing. But if so, then what was next? I almost didn’t want to know. “Yeah,” I breathed. “I guess so. But I don’t remember it.”
“About an hour after you turned your lantern off last night, I heard a scratching noise against your tent walls.”
I raised an eyebrow at him. “And you didn’t think to come check on me? See what I was doing? If a bear was trying to get in and eat me?”
He gave me a weak smile. I could tell the sleep-writing episode had unnerved him a little, though he would never tell me so. I understood, though. To someone who wasn’t as immersed in the black magic as I was, it would look creepy as hell. I then had a flashback of the first time I’d seen the scribblings in my journal. Yeah. Creepy as hell. “To be honest, Lil, no… I didn’t. I knew you were okay. Besides, I don’t think anything would willingly try and get in here with you.” His eyes flickered to the growing ring of dead around my tent as if to drive his point home.
All I could do was shrug and flash him a smile. I guess he was right.

Reviews:Diane wrote:

I couldn't put it down. It is a great read. Definitely one to add to your TBR list as is the rest of the series. You won't be disappointed.

Paperback - $12.99

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