Spellbound: A magical sequel to Bewitched Kindle Edition
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Spellbound, Daisy's latest is not false advertising -- it is a truly magical story that casts its spell and with beautiful words and amazing characters, who we first met in her Bewitched story. It is impossible not to get caught up in Andrew and Madison's tale, along the way discovering a community of people who care deeply about each other. It has so many wonderful elements that in the end, my only disappointment was that it had ended. Enjoy.
PS - I need even more stars....Five is not enough.
Everything that I enjoyed about the first story was present in its sequel. But what made it more enjoyable for me was that the characters were able to develop more. There was also some more development in the ongoing plot points, some of which were only hinted at in Bewitched.
I also found it interesting to be inside of Andrew’s head for this story. He’s the character going through personality changes due to unknown causes. This would have been easy to write from another character’s point of view, but Prescott decided to get into the head of the one dealing with this issue first hand. And she does it well. While reading, I felt how helpless Andrew was to the changes taking place. It added a unique experience to this story that I haven’t seen anywhere else.
I would really like to read more stories from this series and I’m hoping Prescott plans on writing more. I only hope I don’t have to wait too long to read them. Though, I know however long the wait it, it’ll be worth it.
Picking up where we left off in Bewitched, we get a bit more explanation as to Andrew's mysterious 'gifts' and his family's lifestyle. I found the notion of covens and Wiccan beliefs to be fascinating and the author clearly did her homework with respect to these ideals. Madison's roommate Sam, is back again as the believer in all things otherworldly and provides plenty of comic relief when needed. In addition, her crush Tate is the voice of reason for Andrew when he suddenly feels as if he has been cursed and can't be around Madison. I felt Andrew's pain but never gave up in hoping they could work things out, no matter the circumstance or outside influences blocking their path to happiness. They truly are soulmates, no doubt about it.
Spellbound is the perfect read for this time of year with the author's precise details filling my senses, from descriptions of the weather to the scents of the season. This book has wonderful characters, a divine love and the magical aura that surrounds Salem. Great fun and a joyful story with the promise of more to come. You can't get much better than that.
A solid 5 stars!
Spellbound enthralled and captivated me, teasing out more sweet magical story telling that left me both satisfied yet hungry for more.
What Prescott is able to do is bring real human emotion into a field where the reader may think it doesn't belong! I always root for Sarah and Andrew and their new love! I like the supporting characters so much! Sarah, Andrew's mother who tries her witchcrafty ways to help along the romance of Madison and Andrew. I love Tate, Andrew's best friend who has a gift, but tries to bring peace and harmony wherever he goes. I love the romance between Andrew and Madison! There were moments that my tummy flip flopped from their kisses! There is an element of the human condition that is so vulnerable that you want to cast your own spell that things work out as they should! Adventures happen. College happens. It is fantastic. Spellbound is a wonderful story that is perfect for the Halloween season!!
So, novellas are great, when you can read the next one right after the first one, which is what I did with Spellbound.
This novella was told from Andrew's POV, which injected a lot more magic into the story. Since he is the witch, he has a lot more insight into all that sort of stuff, and I liked getting more of that information as well as his perspective on things. The drama is a little bit higher in this one, as Andrew appears to be struggling with something dark, but not to worry, we get answers.
Again, this played like an episode for me. We got some closure on the situation, while being left with questions. I am very interested in learning more about these two and their world, and look forward to more from Prescott.
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