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Going Under (A Bound By Magick Novel) Mass Market Paperback – February 5, 2013
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Pre-order today
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Bound By Magick is a four book series with stand alone HEA for each couple but there's a multiple book story arc that begins in Heart of Darkness and will conclude in Wild Darkness.
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So, first...umm..WOW... in this world of magic, witches, vampires and shifters that Lauren Dane has created along with the intricate relationships, family, friends and lovers. I was pulled in yet again from page one and had a hard time putting it down to sleep....and picked it right back up in the morning to finish. Molly was an amazing character and woman, trying so hard to keep from having to draw a line in the sand, and the difficulty in working with an managing so many factions and personalities while trying to get her footing in this new reality. I have always liked Gabe, but as most of the Alpha main characters in these books he was such an ass at times and such a boy....he did redeem himself and even while being an ass and a boy I still liked him.
One of the incredibly sad facts about this...is how true it is at times to human nature, for people to be so afraid of the unknown, the hatred some carry within...the behavior of the "bad guys" does not seem far fetched at all. I like to think people are better then that and most are, its just those few that ruin it for the rest of us.
A very good read and addition to this series, one small frustration...there is a sneak peak at the next book in the series at the end and after reading that little bit I am again hooked and damn but I hate having to wait....
From page one you are thrown in the middle of a battle between the humans and the Others. Outrageous actions taken by racist bigots whipped up a fury in me. It's easy to get emotionally invested with all the shifters, werewolves, and witches as they go from one disaster to another.
Molly, a witch and a public relations specialist, who is outed by a human supremacist group to the public comes across as a real person you keep expecting to see in a news broadcast. From the point of her outing Molly's life turns in a direction she never would have believed possible. Her altered reality includes a unique job and having to work closely with a Hunter witch, Gage. And ladies this witch is HOT!!
Mrs. Dane delivers strong women in her novels and Molly is definitely that. She is also charismatic, a shark in her line of work, and an admitted control freak. Gage has a hard time ignoring Molly as she does him. Increasing danger to Molly combined with a burgeoning attraction is a complication Gage has difficulty dealing with. Love Gage! He is such a "guy". You'll totally get what I'm saying when you read the book.
I will absolutely be looking for the first two books in the series. There is a large cast of Others in this book and looking forward to reading each of their stories. Understand from others, not the "OTHER'S" just other reviewers :) , that this series ties in with several different series Mrs. Dane has written so will also be on the outlook for those.
Recommend you read the books in order but I don't believe you will be disappointed with this or any of the other books. Wish there was something between "I liked it" and "I love it". A "REALLY LIKED IT" would be helpful. Read and enjoy!
That being said I liked the book alot. I loved all the cameos from the Warden especially. I loved seeing Dom and Merial up close again something I thought was really missing from Chaos Burning (the 2cd book in the Clan Owen.
Good read looking foward to the next one and Josh's book in the fall.
I did receive an arc but the review is my honest opinion.