Friday, April 3, 2015

The Countess' Captive by Andrea Cefalo

Adelaide, still mourning her mother, is swept away to Bitsch to watch her father fall in love with her recently deceased mother's cousin. As the countess of Bitsch, Galadriel makes Addie's life miserable. Being separated from Ivo and Cologne weigh heavy on Addie and the distance between her and her father is almost worse. But Addie is determined to survive.
This book was slower than the last, but it was still a good book. Cefalo really catches Addie's sorrow, as well as her determination. I missed Ivo this book, but I know that the next book will be awesome.
Thank you to Andrea for a review copy.


  1. The girl looks like a wax or plastic model.
    the book sounds good.

  2. She does look too gorgeous to be real. That's kinda how she describes Galadriel, plasticy.

    The book is good. Start with one, so you'll love Ivo. :)