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[Review] Silent Captive by Addison Cain

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Wren is caught in the clutches of three dangerous Alphas, each with their own selfish designs.

One wants pleasures only an Omega can offer. Another desires affection, yet gives only cruelty in return. And the last—and by far most dangerous—he craves love, but has no idea how to return it.

Silent Captive: Wren’s Song Book 2 is a dark, sinister Omegaverse Reverse Harem tale for those with twisted tastes and a passion for unabashed bad boys. Complete power exchange dominates these pages, as do THREE smoking-hot Alpha antiheroes.

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Review

I thought I was prepared for this…I wasn’t. At all.

I was about halfway through before I realised how dark this was. Having read (and adored) the other books in this universe, I was expecting there to be some form of romance within the darkness—like Shepherd, whom I have an unhealthy obsession with to this day.

Be warned—this is different. I found it entirely unerotic, and at times quite a challenging read, especially because I really, really do not like Caspian or Kieran at this point, and only Toby slightly more. And yet, I could not put it down. I wanted to read more of Wren’s plight, to delve into the despair, to explore the Warrens and the corner of this perfectly crafted universe and the vastly different type of Alpha these three were in comparison to the norm.

This is the most sinister and brutal of Cain’s work to date, a spiral down a rabbit hole in which there are glimmers of hope extinguished all too soon, and plenty of pain—all perfectly described by Cain’s brilliant writing. I felt everything, every single emotion pulled from Wren, despite her being unable to express herself.

God, I can’t wait to read more.

~Evelyn