Captive Moon is the third in the Tales of Sazi series. For some eager listeners, that's enough said. C. T. Adams and Kathy Clamp present another wild supernatural romance with scintillating sex scenes. This time, the authors tackle a new protagonist: shape-shifter Antoine Moneir. Adam Epstein's performance yet again captures the protagonist's tough-guy voice. When it comes to the juiciest scenes, his tone and pacing are hypnotizing. It turns out that Epstein even speaks a little German! Sazi fans, get ready to be captive to Captive Moon for the next seven hours.
World-class entertainer and Sazi councilmember Antoine Monier has taken his big cats all over the world without any trouble - until his latest trip to Stuttgart, where one of his tigers is stolen and killed. To Antoine's surprise, the German police have another tiger in custody - a tiger who is actually a lovely Turkish-American woman, Tahira Kuric. Like Antoine, Tahira is a shapeshifter, but of the Hayalet Kabile, the ghost tribe of shapeshifters. And despite their immediate attraction, Tahira wants nothing to do with Antoine - the Sazi are the enemy of the Hayalet Kabile. But Tahira doesn't have a choice, because she and Antoine have discovered that she is a fabled "power well", able to store magical energy from other shapeshifters - and something is hunting her, eager to use her powers for itself. Only if they can set aside their peoples' ancient rivalry and rely completely on each other - body and soul - can Tahira and Antoine save themselves and their people.
©2006 Cathy L. Clamp and C.T. Adams (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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"my two favorite authors do it again! "
this is the 4th time I've been through this book as I once again work my way through ct' s and cathy's great Sazi series! Bing listen to this series! it's spectacular!
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