romance review

Captivated By Tessa Bailey and Eve Dangerfield



Secret aspiring comedian Autumn Reynolds is a girl gone…not wild exactly. More like lazy. Since her boyfriend abandoned her in New York City for a bunch of improv groupies she’s had two priorities; sucking the nitrous out of whipped cream cans and making sex comics about her mysterious landlord.

Blake hates people—and sunlight—with good reason. Imagine his surprise when he finds himself lusting after his upstairs tenant, a sunny, Australian people pleaser down on her luck. Turns out his ability to terrify with a single scowl comes with an advantage. Autumn seems to like it. A lot. As evidenced by the prisoner-captive comic Blake was never meant to see.

As they embark on a three-date arrangement the rules are clear; filthy, ground breaking sex, no feelings or commitment required. When chemistry is this strong, though, attachment follows. As Blake and Autumn attempt to negotiate their New York romance, their prior histories and secret dreams come to the foreground. How long can these polar opposites remain Captivated, when all signs point to disaster?



I can’t stop smiling. Autumn was the sunshine and Blake was a solitary man, who needed sunshine in his life.

Blake used to stay in his apartment all the time. He didn’t talk to anyone except when he had to collect rent or to his clients. He never went out at day, like neverrr.

Then Autumn entered his life and he was laughing again, talking to people and going out in the sun. As I said she was his sunshine.

He was not a man of many words. And that’s why whatever came out of his mouth was true and honest.

Love made people do uncomfortable things.

He’d never loved anyone before because he’d exited his comfort zone for Autumn. It got easier every time, mainly because of her.

Oh yesss, and how can I forget how much sexy this book is ;-). All the scenes were too hot. Blake’s dirty talking is off the charts. I’m fanning myself.

She shook her head. The motion made her sway slightly in her bonds but she couldn’t move more than an inch or so. She was bound as securely as a bug in a spider’s web.

And this is just one teeny tiny part of all the steam there is in this book. I’d say definitely read it.

  • Pages: 350
  • Published: June 11th 2018 by Dangerbailey

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