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Sunday, September 17, 2017

Spellbinder by Thea Harrison

*I received a free copy of this book from Netgalley which I voluntarily chose to write an honest for.

Book two in the Moonshadow trilogy/series not sure which one yet though Goodreads implies it is a trilogy. I have to admit that while this book was really good it fell short of the excellence of the first book. For this installment we get to know Morgan a whole lot better which is nice since he had such a pivotal role in the first book as the bad guy. We find out that he only does what Isabeau tells him because he is forced to by magic. He fights it as much as he can, but has to cave eventually. When he is injured at the end of book one the Queen orders him to go away until he is healed so he disappears. Morgan uses the time as a chance for him to research how to get out from under her control. Things are going great until he goes to a music show to see Sidonie Martel perform and he becomes obsessed with her. Of course Robin (the puck) decides  this makes her the perfect person to use to break Morgan and Isabeau apart (he is unaware of the magical control issue). Once Morgan finds out he is kidnapped the rest of the book is pent keeping them both safe and finding a way out of the horrible situation they are both in. The magical twists and turns are pretty awesome and I enjoyed the development of the arching story line though they constant woe is me was getting to me after awhile. There is a nice little twist at the end that I did not see coming. Overall this is a really good paranormal/fantasy romance novel. I give it 4/5 stars.
Spellbinder (Moonshadow, #2)

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