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Sinfully Spellbound (Spells That Bind Book 1) Kindle Edition
Pursued by a relentless lover. Stalked by a killer. How could my simple plan to feed my succubus side have gone so terribly wrong?
One night with no strings attached, that’s all I needed to satisfy my long-neglected succubus desires. Dylan seems like the perfect warlock, until I realize he wants much more than one night.
He claims I’m his witch, the one whose magic is compatible with his.
It can’t be.
With each sinful kiss, he makes me crave him more.
I must resist.
With every caress, his magic calls out to mine.
Could it be?
Dylan isn’t the only one relentlessly pursuing me. I’ve also caught the attention of a killer determined to make me his next victim. Love or death? Will I get to choose, or will the Fates decide for me?
Sexy, sassy, and suspenseful: The Spells That Bind series is sure to satisfy your paranormal romance cravings.
- ASIN : B019BGXH7G
- Publication date : January 24, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 832 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 595 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,268,005 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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If it wasn't for the sex I would have definitely thought it was YA. The book was just Bleh and the whole nick thing is obvious. The characters were weak and predictable.
I wish the main female character (forgot her name I think it's ally) had more of a back bone. She talks about being all tough and independent but she's just a damsel in distress.
The main male character David isn't any better but his character is bearable at least.
There's just really nothing special about this book. There really wasn't much world building since the book is focusing on the characters love and lust story.
The villain or villains are OK I guess. It's basically some psycho who cant get it up unless he's killing, torturing, or just beating his victim. Abusive much?
He goes on a rampage to get succubi to make it easier for him to enjoy his lack of sex life.
This psycho (probably more than one. Don't know. Won't be finishing the book) is going after ally because he just has to doesn't he?
Meanwhile ally and David are dealing with their own "should we be together or nah" dilema. Their solution is to have sex and deny their growing feelings for each other. Yay.
DNF at 62%.
The book was well written with great interactions between Dylan and Allie, a warlock and succubus. The alternate world created of supernatural beings mixed everyday facets of life with extraordinary events. I loved the interactions between warlocks, witches, and demons.
The characters were well developed and great to get to know. Dialogue flowed well in a fast-paced story.