Captive Salvation

Beast Planet 2

We pick up right where the first book left off. It's like a honeymoon for the mated Zakiu but they put romance on hold to try and escape their captors once and for all. We find the Zakiu are not just brawny but brainy as well. As Anna and Morrdrook set up housekeeping, even acquiring a pet, Anna continues to expand along with the other wives. After the devastation wrought in the first book, I understand their push to escape. Ironic that Anna stumbles onto what she does, thus moving the story ahead at warp speed compared to how it began.

Unable to reveal spoilers, all I can say is that book two is very different from book one. There are a lot of surprises, some trials and tribulations, but always Anna and Morrdrook are united in their devotion to one another and liberating them all. It was kind of an eye-opener to see how much the Zakiu lost in three generations of captivity and made me think hard about what would be lost of our past if put in the same position. A good read.


Book Blurb for Captive Salvation

PLEASE NOTE: This is the second half of a two part book, for overall enjoyment, please read Beast Planet 1: Captive Surrender.

With the violence and battles behind them, the newly pregnant Anna and her mate Morrdrook arrive on the Zakiu home world, while the Druel go into hibernation. But all is not as it seems. Even though their captors are far away, they are still prisoners, kept behind high walls, force fields and guarded by robot drones, programmed to stop them from escaping.

The Zakiu men hatch a plan to finally break free from their captors, but things go haywire when Anna is suddenly forced to fend for herself.

When Anna stumbles upon one of the Zakiu lost cities she wastes no time rescuing her man and the other captives from the compound.

Together Morrdrook and Anna discover the hidden secretes of the Zakiu along with Morrdrook’s destiny. With time fast running out, the Zakiu must build a special shield to protect them from the Druel’s return or be enslaved forever.


Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2014 4.00