I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Under Your Spell by Shiloh Walker
Published by Ellora's Cave on August 16, 2010
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Nicholas Montgomery fell in love with a bewitching woman only months before his sworn obligation to marry another. His beloved’s fury cast a spell that lasted hundreds of years.
You will never love another like you love me. You will never know a moment’s peace for what you have done. Until you love me enough to forsake everything—your honor, your pride, your own soul—we cannot be together.
Reborn into the body of Sean Concannon, a powerful witch, he has finally found his beloved. Now he has a choice to make, and a sacrifice. One he may be unprepared to make.
Publisher’s Note: Previously released in the Hot Spells anthology.
When I saw this book come up for review I found myself jumping for joy. Shiloh Walker is within the top 5 of my favorite authors. Her stories are creative and draw you in from the beginning. Her characters are well developed and I find myself wanting to learn all about them.
The first couple of chapters of this story go into detail of how Nicholas and Aislinn meet and fall in love. The chemistry between the two is powerful. I really enjoyed getting to know both of them. The first love scene is a little awkward in the way it came about but was well written.
The second part of the book starts off interesting but somehow things tend to get a little bit out there for me. Overall, I enjoyed this story. As with all of Shiloh Walker’s stories you will be drawn in from page one. She has a unique writing style that is truly her own and I love getting lost within the world of her characters. I hope you’ll give Under Your Spell a try.
Favorite lines of the book:
“You will never love another like you love me. You will never know a moment’s peace for what you have done. Until you love me enough to forsake everything—your honor, your pride, your own soul—we cannot be together.”