Captive (The Blackcoat Rebellion, Book 2) by Aimée Carter

This book is the second one in The Blackcoat Rebellion series.

Kitty has agreed to be Lila Hart and has carried out her role for Knox and the rebellion. She is struggling to trust Knox and she is being kept in the dark about almost everything. When she is in the midst of discovering that her role in the Hart family may not be as coincidental as she thought, she’s accused of treason and is forced to face her greatest fear: Elsewhere.

This book was just as good at the first one. It continued to flow at a fast pace and once again, the storyline developed well.

There were many twists in this book which I thought was great. I didn’t see most of them coming which made this book all the more exciting.

I still like the characters. Kitty has continued to be great. In this book she really learnt what she has to loose and whether the rebellion is worth paying the ultimate price. Knox made me frustrated at times. I do think he needs a slap and to see how and what Kitty is willing to do and has done. At the end of the day, he has kept his promise to her which I admired and he did at one point thank her, but there are some trust issues on both sides because them both keeping secrets.

Benjy once again is still acting like the love sick puppy. Near the end of this book, I did feel there was an improvement, but I just feel like he needs to stand up and either be part of the rebellion or let Kitty go and be part of it. I think there is just more of a connection between her and Knox no matter what tension is going on between them.

This book had me gripped throughout and the twists which were gradually uncovered kept me wanting to read more.

I would definitely recommend this series. Its exciting, full of action, the descriptions are great and the characters are engaging.

My rating: 5/5*

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