Calen’s Captive

(4 customer reviews)


Calen is a good man from a bad family, but when the girl of his dreams falls in his lap can he do the right thing and let her go?

Calen is the son of an Irish mobster, but he’s rejected his legacy and has made a name for himself as a club owner. After years of hard work, he has the life he’s always wanted. Almost.

Then his father asks him to take a meeting with a rival crew. It’s too important to say no. Reluctantly, he drives out to the middle of nowhere to meet them. There to negotiate for reparations, he sees an innocent girl being held against her will – someone who looks very familiar.

Unwilling to leave the girl to a fate worse than death, he demands she be included as part of the deal. Maia is forced to stay with Calen for her safety, but she soon finds out he has ulterior motives for protecting her….

Each novel in the Singular Obsession series is a stand-alone featuring a different couple. HEA guaranteed. Not suitable for listeners under 18.

4 reviews for Calen’s Captive

  1. Tera Comer

    Great addition to this standalone series. I love this authors writing style and the narrator for this one was so much better than the one from the first book.

  2. Shan MC

    Narrator did a great job. She even has a good male voice. She really gets into the performance; not over the top, but she has some good emotion in her voice that fits the scenes.

    Lots of good passion between Calen and Maia. He’s so sweet with her, and I loved how focused he was on her and didn’t play games. He’s a fast mover; he knows what he wants and goes for it. I mostly didn’t mind this, but I would’ve liked a bit more of his attraction to Maia being more about who she is rather than her Fae like appearance. I felt his love, but it still felt like they needed to be more on equal footing. I’m not too keen on the whole I need a woman that looks innocent thing; felt a bit weird. Calen’s Fae kink was a bit weird too, but they did have hot chemistry. I like a bit more sass in my leading ladies; Maia needed a bit more confidence, but I still liked her. I loved the suspense and sense of danger involved in the story. Maia witnessed some Russian mobsters burying a body in the woods; she’s captured, but luckily Calen rescues her. She still in major danger though, so she stays with Calen. Calen is all for that because he knows Maia is the one for him. Love how protective Calen is! It was great that Maia knew she needed the protection and didn’t try to deny it. Yay for common sense!

    The story kept me fully entertained the way through, so I’m going with a full 5 star rating. I’m really enjoying this series so far! Excited to read about the rest of the characters finding their loves!

  3. S G

    This was my first audiobook, well book in general, by Lucy Leroux. Calen’s Captive is the second book in the series, I do plan on listening to the first after this. I thought the narration was really good for the story and I found that my morning commute went by a lot faster. The story was captivating.

  4. Jerry Harkey

    Calen has found his perfect fairy princess in Maia, albeit under dire circumstances. He must first save her then protect from a very nasty Russian mobster. All this while trying to convince her he loves her and wants to marry her. An unbelieving Maia must come to terms with her new savior and that only he can protect her from death itself. Well written and narrated, definitely worth a listen. I got my copy from Audiobooks Unleashed.

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