Book 2, Fire on Ice
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**Warning** This book contains adult language and situations.
Two years ago, Jason and Kate Ryker were brought together by grief and bound to one another by love. Now married, they’re confronting their fears together.
But heartbreak finds them again, and the ties that bind Kate and Ryke are tested as she struggles against fear and sadness. As a grief counselor, Kate understands all too well the pain of her clients. And while her husband’s career as an NHL forward is at an all-time high, he’s coping with the frustration of feeling powerless as his wife's hopes slip away.
Kate’s unexpected journey sheds light on the fear that imprisons her, and reveals that only she can set herself free.
This was an amazing read! The characters are relatable, the plot is realistic and the emotion behind the experiences is authentic. Great book!
An emotional journey
If you haven't read Bound yet, read it now. Do not pass Go, do not collect $200. Go read it now and then read Captive. This series is an amazingly wonderful, emotional journey. Captive picks up 2 years later. We get to see what has happened over the last 2 years through several flashbacks. Kate and Ryke's journey is very emotional, and very real. In Bound they each suffered their own loss. In Captive, they suffer loss together. What makes this book great is how real the characters are. Many people have gone through what Kate has gone through. All the thoughts and feelings that both Kate and Ryke express are very real, and very relatable. Brenda certainly has a way of making you cry, but she can also make you laugh. At times it was difficult to read through the tears, but she mixes in just the right amount of humor. We see Kate and Ryke work through their struggles, and while things are not perfect, the story is perfect. Brenda did an amazing job with both Bound and Captive. I can not wait to read about Luke in the next book.
Just as good as the first book. Very emotional story. I found that there were times I was laughing and times that I had tears. Beautiful story of struggle, life and love.