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Heather Killough-Walden is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Big Bad Wolf series and the October trilogy, as well as the Lost Angels series. A California native, she currently lives in Texas with her husband and child. Visit Heather at killough-walden.com.
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It seems as though the author manages to ramp up the action with each installment. Not only does Danny have to worry about her mate rejecting her, but she also has to worry about an obsessive warlock and whether or not her other fated mate will show up and attempt to claim her. At the same time, Charlie is once again being targeted by Phalen. Even though Malcolm proves that he is a deadlier werewolf than Phalen, there are even more powerful forces at work and the dead don't always stay dead in this installment. Despite the constant action, the author does give Lucas a few opportunities for him to show that his distrust of magic users does not apply to his mate. In spite of outside forces doing all they can to keep the couple from mating, Lucas is an alpha male who is not easily deterred and he will accept nothing less than completing his mating to Danny. As with the previous books, the actual mating scene is intense and sexy as all get out. The Spell’s Epilogue has me ready to dive right in to The Hunt.
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What turns me off towards the end is the return of not just the one psychopath, Gabriel, that's the wolf obsessed with Charlie, but that it happens again with another character. Like, really? After what happened with Gabriel and the other was left without being properly taken care of?
After reading this installment, I do not find myself wanting to go back and read the first two or continue with the next that follows. It was decent enough as a quick read, but that's all. If they're free like this one, then maybe I'd read them, but even then I am not compelled to want to.