Hot, successful, playboy Riley Johnson, whose business success far exceeds his success in love.
Movie star, Keatyn Douglas, whose epic love story has spawned a series of books and movies.
And Dawson Johnson, who joins Captive with a tragic past.
Expect lots of drama, sex, and tabloid-worthy events.
Fans of the USA TODAY bestselling series, The Keatyn Chronicles®, will love reconnecting with their favorite characters as adults.
Each Captive Films season contains six episodes, two in each volume.
Think of it as a TV show you hold in your hands!
So tune in and enjoy this week's drama.
Please note that as the characters have grown up, so have their stories. This contemporary romance is intended for readers 18+.
Jillian Dodd is a romance author who started out as a textiles, clothing and design major in college. She became a buyer for housewares, women's clothing and gifts. She worked many retail jobs from sales associate to management. When she started her family she decided to stay home and began her writing career. It was then that she wrote, That Boy. Her other title's include: Girl Off the Grid, Sex, Aiden, and Unscripted.
What will happen when the world goes ka-boom?
The assassin known as The Priest was tasked with a series of three hits, and the last one blows up in his face—literally.
People will die.
People will go on.
Unlikely alliances will be formed.
And when British intelligence learns that a series of nuclear backpack bombs were smuggled into their country, there’s a lot more to worry about than discovering why a covert agent was assassinated over six years ago or what’s going to start in Montrovia.
Keatyn’s crazy life comes together in one perfect script.
Will Keatyn get her life back?
And if she does, which life (and boy) will she choose?
Keatyn’s finally become the kind of girl her little sisters could look up to—except for the lies. Lying to her friends is killing her. The longer she’s at Eastbrooke and the closer she gets to her friends, the more she feels like she’s being eaten from the inside out. She knows that if she goes back to school, she’ll end up nothing but a shell.
So she decides not to back.
Keatyn’s going to St. Croix by herself. And for the first time in her life, she’s okay with that.
Except . . . she doesn’t actually end up on the island alone.