Seductively Spellbound (Spells That Bind Book 3) Kindle Edition
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The chemistry between Julia and Gryph was tangible and irresistible. Although Julia initially fought it, it soon became apparent that what they shared was more than just a physical attraction. Descriptions of the intermingling of their magic were vivid and served to further demonstrate their compatibility. Once they'd bonded, they were unbreakable. There was a camaraderie that is usually seen only in those who have been together for a long time. They understood one another on a deep level. They were connected in a profound and selfless way. There was something very comforting about it.
But don't get too comfortable because there's a deranged killer after Julia, and he won't go away quietly. The tension was high enough to cause concern without causing physical discomfort. I do not like thrillers because they stress me and I like to escape reality in a pleasant way when I read. I also have trouble reading descriptions of depravity. This book had just the right amount of conflict, and although the villain was clearly a psycho, his violence was mostly remembered or imagined (if that makes sense). Some might argue it wasn't scary enough, but I would have to disagree.
There were a few lighthearted moments in the book, my favorite probably being the amusing interchange between characters about vampires making the best potato salad. Overall, I really enjoyed the book and I recommend it.
Gryph and Julia were hot! We got to see their undeniable attraction in the previous book and I was beyond excited to find out what was going to happen between these two. Who would have thought a witch and a werewolf would have such chemistry, they certainly didn't. Each wanting the other but both with completely different ideas of where things were going. I enjoyed watching their relationship grow and change throughout the story. Gryph was so tender and sweet, making sure to take things slow, even though it was killing them both (and me!!) It created such a slow burn and so much tension between them.
In addition to the romance, we are once again given a clever mystery. As I read, I tried to piece together all the little clues laid out for us. We only get tiny details sprinkled here and there, I was desperate for answers. I love the way that Lawson includes snippets of the unsubs (in this case The Gentleman Warlock) point of view. It adds an interesting aspect to the story and opens up more of the mystery to us. The suspense builds throughout and when woven in with the rest of the story, I was incapable of putting this book down.
I can't help but find myself caught up in these stories. I don't know what it was about Gryph and Julia but I was drawn to them. I've loved all of the characters in the series but there was just something that set these two apart. Their connection, their dynamic, their personalities, all of it.
I love the way that Lawson has set up subsequent books. Finding out that she's planning a spinoff is exciting!
These two characters stole my heart from the moment they were introduced in previous Spells That Bind books. Gryph's grumpiness and yes, the way he seemed to growl often was such a turn on for me. And Julia...man the way she glared and snapped back at him, I could definitely FEEL the sexual tension and as Julia seduces Gryph, I fell more and more in love with their romance. Mixed in was some seriously great on-the-edge-of-your-seat suspense, danger, and action! It was scary, thrilling and had me HOOKED! And that sexy werewolf was so determined to protect and convince Julia of the fact that she was indeed, his mate, while protecting her was so damn HOT and had my heart melting. And the sex...HOT FREAKING DAMN WAS IT EVER GOOD! Seductively Spellbound is MY NEW FAVORITE IN THIS SERIES!
Seductively Spellbound gets a DELICIOUSLY SEXY FIVE SHOOTING STARS! It was beautifully written. Cassandra Lawson outdid herself with this book and I am EAGER to see where else she will go from here. An absolute MUST READ!
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