WHY I READ IT
I am a fan of the Royals Saga and have read the previous two installments of Smith and Belle’s story
WHAT I RATED IT
WHAT IT’S ABOUT
Smith and Belle’s captivating story races towards its breathtaking conclusion in Capture Me.
I never expected to fall in love with Smith Price. Now he was more than my lover. He was my obsession. My savior. My future.
But someone had to pay for the sins of our fathers. Ghosts don’t always haunt you. Sometimes they stalk you down and demand retribution.
We promised each other forever, but we might not live to see tomorrow.
Capture Me is the final installment of Smith and Belle’s story, and the sixth book in Geneva Lee’s Royal’s Saga. I was anxiously awaiting the arrival of the advanced reader copy because I wanted to know what Geneva Lee had cooked up for Smith and Belle. She did not let down her fans – giving them a story filled with suspense, a smoking hot alpha and a woman who knows exactly what she wants.
The best part of this book, for me, is seeing the change in Smith and Belle since their marriage and since their attack at the end of Covet Me. Belle wants Smith to dominate her, she craves it and begs for it. Belle’s desire for Smith to control her doesn’t change the alpha in Smith, but her primal need to be dominated softens him. Belle is now his wife, which means worship and adoration. Smith is does not hesitate to control Belle, but he knows when to pull back the reigns. I like this quality very much in Smith. Belle goes through some emotional rough patches in this book, which make her stronger and I think, make her understand why she craves being dominated and controlled by Smith. When her world is in shambles, his control over her body centers her. I do want to add that there was particular scene that I didn’t care for, where I thought maybe Geneva Lee was taking things a bit too far. It bothered me a bit but didn’t prevent me from enjoying the remainder of their story. When you read Capture Me, you’ll know what scene I’m talking about.
As for the plot, I felt Geneva Lee could have given her readers a bit more. I liked the subplots that occurred within this book, especially between Belle and her mother. However, the central plot of Smith and Belle vs. Hammond did not end the way that I was expecting. Covet Me ends with a bang, and Capture Me continues in an explosive way but the suspense comes to a rather fizzled conclusion.
If you’re a fan of this series, then this is a must-read. Geneva Lee hints at some budding romances and perhaps these are sneak peeks into future installments. As this is the third book in a series, it is recommended that you read Crave Me and Covet Me first, which I recommend because this is a fantastic, must-read series.