Monday, August 20, 2012

Spell Bound by Kelley Armstrong

Savannah Levine absently wishes she could give up her powers to re-do what happened with a little girl. However, someone hears her and her wish comes true. Not sure how to survive without her powers, Savannah tries to put up a strong front.

But, there is a witch-hunter stalking her and she knows 
that without her powers, she could be an easy target. Thankfully, she has her best friend Adam with her. She’s been in love with Adam since she was twelve, but he treats her like his best buddy, not a girlfriend prospect. 

When the witch-hunters get closer than ever to Savannah, she knows her time is running out. Adam implores her to go to Miami, to be near the rest of the family, where she will be safe. But Savannah wants to help out Roni, an apprentice witch, who implores Savannah for her help. 

Adam is adamant that it’s a trap
, and he is fed up with Savannah playing victim without her powers. He knows she is still a strong person without them, but she won’t listen. He decides to go to Miami without her. But before he can get on the plane, something happens and Savannah is kidnapped. Will she be able to escape with her life and if so, will Adam finally know how she feels about him? Or does it end there, in a cement cell with no powers to help her escape?
 SPELLBOUND is a page-turning, action-packed paranormal thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Savannah finally grows up a bit in this installment of the WOMEN OF THE OTHERWORLD series. It sets  the last book in the series, THIRTEEN, up beautifully, alluding to a good versus evil battle.Fans of the series will be rooting for Adam and Savannah and will enjoy the cameo appearances by many beloved characters from past books in the series. Highly enjoyable!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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