Review: Fallon’s Capture – Ravenna Tate

Posted March 15, 2015 by Shannon in Reviews / 1 Comment

Review:  Fallon’s Capture – Ravenna TateFallon's Capture by Ravenna Tate
Series: Voyeur Moon #2
Published by Evernight Publishing on 6 March 2015
Pages: 102
Also in this series: Kidnapped By A Warrior, Marianne's Abduction, Seduced by Two Warriors
Also by this author: Kidnapped By A Warrior, Marianne's Abduction, Seduced by Two Warriors
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The last thing Fallon Myers remembers before waking up as a prisoner was walking home from her favorite bodega. Now, she’s being forced to participate in sex shows for the crowds on Voyeur Moon, along with two political prisoners.Cord and Arlo have been fighting against the extreme faction of Tyranns who now control Voyeur Moon, and who built the infamous Zoo, for years. The charges against them are bogus, but their growing love for Fallon is real.The three can’t see or hear the crowds who pay to watch them have rough sex, but the shows take an emotional toll on all of them.When an opportunity to escape arises, the men face a difficult choice. If they leave Fallon behind, the Tyranns will simply place two new prisoners in her quarters. But if they take her along, all three could lose their lives.

Kenna’s Thoughts

“Fallon’s Capture” is the second installment of Ravenna Tate’s very promising “Voyeur Moon” series, and it’s a doozie!  I really enjoyed the first book, so I was very excited to dive into this one, and I wasn’t disappointed.

Without giving too much away, I’ll tell you that there is an extremist group of Tyranns (an alien race) who kidnap earth women to use as sex slaves.  Some of these women wind up in the “Zoo” where they are put on display performing sex acts for groups of paying customers who expect these “performances” to be rough and painful.  Genuinely horrifying fates await anyone who refuse.  This is the situation our heroine, Fallon, finds herself in.  Cord and Arlo are “criminals” who have gone against the Tyrann rule, and rather than the death penalty, they are thrust into a residence that is wired for sound where their every word or movement is monitored.

None of this is the perfect set up for a loving relationship between Fallon, Cord, and Arlo, but they discover each other through more adversity than most people could ever handle.  The forming of this triad is rather quick, but it has to be.  They need each other to get through the fear that they face as the hours until their “performance” tick away.  Clinging to each other is about all they can do unless they can find a way to escape.  They can draw on each other’s strength to keep them from completely breaking down.

The first time that the three are together sexually is…well, words fail me.  It’s hot and tender at the same time.  The amount of BDSM in the scene is perfect.  They’re all kinky, but they’re sort of feeling each other out. Mostly, Cord and Arlo are trying to gauge Fallon’s experience and tolerance…which is surprisingly high.  This comes in handy for their first public appearance.  I have to say that the amout of BDSM in “Fallon’s Capture” is a bit more intense than I’m used to.  That isn’t a bad thing, by any means.  I’ve read a lot of what I consider to be “BDSM Lite”…a little spanking, a little flogging, maybe some paddling, but here we have some power behind the swings.  There are restraints, stiff floggers, a wooden paddle with holes, a metal paddle, and some other implements of pleasure/pain.  There is also some language that is a little rougher than usual, but keep in mind, the three of them are putting on a show, and Ms. Tate makes it abundantly clear that Fallon is enjoying every moment of it, even though she has to pretend not to.

All of the hot sex aside, “Fallon’s Capture” is giving us a little more insight into the continuing story of the series.  There are some VERY bad people out there, and a growing resistance to that evil.  I’m extremely impressed.  The “Voyeur Moon” stories are an intresting and unique take on the BDSM Menage genre.  You can read this one as a stand alone novel, but I do recommend that you read the first story, “Kidnapped By A Warrior” to get a real grasp on what the will be going on in the world that Ravenna Tate is creating.  Five stars for this one!

About Ravenna Tate

Ravenna Tate lives in the Midwest where it’s cold six months out of the year, but inside her stories you’ll find plenty of heat. The sex is hot, the men are alpha, and the women give them a run for their money.

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I am a lover of alpha males with dirty mouths, strong heroines putting alpha males in their place, and the Chicago Blackhawks. I'm a proud hockey mom who can often be found at the hockey rink cheering on my favorite forward, with my kindle close by.

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