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This book started off with so much to give and ended up not living up to it's own potential. In fact, it seemed to get lost after the beginning sequence, at least until it hit the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by xfryx
Loved reading this in paperback but just in case I lose the book I can still read it. Had a hard time putting it down once I started it.Published 10 months ago by Renee Covey
This was a poor effort in almost every respect. Drivel like this clutters publisher's schedules and stands in the way of worthwhile books getting published. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Peter Wake
Urban fantasy is not usually my genre, but Spellbent is well worth the read. I look forward to more from Lucy A. Snyder!Published 13 months ago by Alan Petrillo
Typically I avoid ebooks priced above $3.99, but on the recommendation of Steven Saus (Alliteration Ink), I downloaded the sample and gave it a read. Wow! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lester Smith
I started to read this then stopped after the first few chapters because a puppy got hurt, yes call me sentimental and girly but I hate puppies getting hurt! Read morePublished on December 21, 2012 by LunaMoth
The Good: Raw, edgy, and mature, excellent characters and story
The Bad: Pacing could be improved, doesn't get really epic until the end, a bit short
I love... Read more
When a spell cast by Jessie Shimmer's mentor/lover, Cooper, goes wrong and pulls him out to some sort of hell, the powers that be want Jessie to not do anything to help him. Read morePublished on March 9, 2011 by Alice in Wondland
Lucy Snyder's first urban fantasy novel, Spellbent, is a hoot because it takes a heroine from the wrong side of the tracks and turns her into a force to be reckoned with. Read morePublished on January 12, 2011 by Mel Odom