Thursday, May 19, 2011

Review of The Spell by Heather Killough-Walden

The Spell
The Big Bad Wolf Series
Book 3

Heather Killough-Walden


Dannai, who is also known as the Healer, has begun dreaming of werewolves. She'd always been able to hide the fact that she was a dormant, using her magic to shield the sweet, promising scent from the alphas she's been forced to work around. But now that they've invaded her dreams, her world has really been turned upside down. For, though every dormant dreams of her intended mate - Dannai is dreaming of two wolves, not one. And neither one of them is good news. One is a notorious killer. The other is Lucas Caige.

Lucas Caige is a man with a haunting past. A warlock took his brother from him fifty years ago and he's spent his life outrunning that dark magic. But fate has a way of throwing sand in your gears - and just when Caige thought he could forever leave behind the magic that brought pain to his life, his path crosses that of the Healer. Dannai unwittingly casts her spell over him the moment he lays eyes on her. She's stunning, she's kind, and everything about her wreaks havoc on his senses. 

She's also magic incarnate. 

But if Dannai thinks that's going to stop him from doing everything in his power to make her his mate, the little witch has another thing coming.


   I had a little trouble getting into this book at first. I'm not sure if it was because I hadn't read the first two books in the series or if it just started off a little slow. Either way, it didn't take long before the story picked up and I couldn't put it down. The characters were intriguing, not to mention sexy. The action was great, and the twists towards the end kept it exciting.

I give it 4 stars.
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