Review: Spell Bound
Spell Bound by Kelley Armstrong
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
What happens one a person relies too much on powers instead of their own strength and intelligence? They loose their confidence. Savannah's magic powers as a witch and sorcerer daughter came easily. She can even do the dark magic without much trouble. When her powers disappear without an explanation, it throws Savannah off her stride. Instead of the cocky devil may care attitude, she falls into a heap of fearful mess.
It's frustrating to see Savannah in this manner and yet it definitely makes sense. Ms. Armstrong does a great job of knocking Savannah down so she can grow more maturely. This new plot with the supernaturals who want to expose themselves is a great compare and contrast for Savannah. It shows just how much she's grown since she was first introduced to readers.
Bringing back beloved characters from the earlier series - Elena and Clay is a foreshadowing. This is the beginning of the end. This will be the end of this lovely series I first starting reading over ten years ago. The ride has been smooth and at times heart breaking. There are growing pains for Savannah in this story which are also heart breaking. I love it. The romance stalling between Savannah and Adam is finally out in the open. They are going to acknowledge it. This leads into more interesting times.
One thing I didn't like is the way this book left me hanging. Fortunately, I immediate found the next and final book in this series. This helped to bring it to a nice closure. This series is recommended for those who enjoy well written paranormal romance with strong female leads and a little bit of every supernatural being.
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