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The Spell

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

Unable to put down...

Wow. This tale really got my blood flowing. I read this book first and then bought the first two. Now, I see there will be another? What a talented writer to keep me reading past my bedtime and wanting to read more. Thankyou!

posted by evfamcomp on May 24, 2011

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4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Full of cliche

As a romance novel, this story is full of clichés. The irresistibly handsome hero finds and claims the equally beautiful heroine. One or the other fights against the irresistible draw they feel, but in the end they are fated to be together. This story line isn't just...
As a romance novel, this story is full of clichés. The irresistibly handsome hero finds and claims the equally beautiful heroine. One or the other fights against the irresistible draw they feel, but in the end they are fated to be together. This story line isn't just old, it's dried up to dust and blown away. And considering that this is the same theme that Killough has used in several of her ebooks, I'm surprised that she would continue to employ the same tired story line.

As for the Supernatural elements of the book. Well, while hardly original, at least this one is put together better than The Hunt. You can at least follow this plotline. the Hunt is a hopeless mish-mash of characters that never makes sense.

I'm not a fan of Killough. But before I discovered this, I had already purchased three of her ebooks and I'm determined to slog thru them so they won't be a total waste of money. But I wouldn't recommend her to anyone. There are much better authors out there!

posted by GC_Girl on August 15, 2011

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  • Posted August 15, 2011

    Full of cliche

    As a romance novel, this story is full of clichés. The irresistibly handsome hero finds and claims the equally beautiful heroine. One or the other fights against the irresistible draw they feel, but in the end they are fated to be together. This story line isn't just old, it's dried up to dust and blown away. And considering that this is the same theme that Killough has used in several of her ebooks, I'm surprised that she would continue to employ the same tired story line.

    As for the Supernatural elements of the book. Well, while hardly original, at least this one is put together better than The Hunt. You can at least follow this plotline. the Hunt is a hopeless mish-mash of characters that never makes sense.

    I'm not a fan of Killough. But before I discovered this, I had already purchased three of her ebooks and I'm determined to slog thru them so they won't be a total waste of money. But I wouldn't recommend her to anyone. There are much better authors out there!

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2013

    Hmm hmm

    Well you know the story, hot looking hero chases sexy looking heroin. Hero wins. Really, come on now, for once can't the heroin win and the hero get lost. Really how many of you would enjoy being forced to do what you don't want to do. It gets so boring, maybe if the hero fought for the heroin, but no its ALWAYS throw her over your shoulder and take what you want. Worn out storyline

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2011

    Cant get past the first chapter

    If you like this type of genre and sex, this is for you.
    Personally, I love this genre, but cant get past the first chapter and all the sexually related details. I wont be reopening this book.
    I had to give a star rating but would rather leave it as none.

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