Everspell [NOOK Book]

Overview

Book Two in the Spellbound series continues the love story of Logan and Serena. Having previously dispatched Christophe, the dark demon trying to capture and kidnap Serena for her special witch DNA in Book One, the two lovers believe they are now free to plan and live their lives together. Or are they?

When an innocent mistake made by their newlywed friends frees the way ...
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Everspell

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Overview

Book Two in the Spellbound series continues the love story of Logan and Serena. Having previously dispatched Christophe, the dark demon trying to capture and kidnap Serena for her special witch DNA in Book One, the two lovers believe they are now free to plan and live their lives together. Or are they?

When an innocent mistake made by their newlywed friends frees the way for Christophe to return, their idyllic attempt at happiness is marred by the nightmare they must outsmart, finally, to achieve the happily ever after they deserve.

They know they can rely on their coven to be there for them, and some new friends and additions to the family, as they once again embark on an epic battle that will secure their life, their love, and their future together. Once, they were Spellbound, now their story continues, for love, forever, for Everspell.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013690608
  • Publisher: Astraea Press
  • Publication date: 1/17/2012
  • Series: Spellbound , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 536,534
  • File size: 294 KB

Meet the Author

Samantha lives in Southern California with her husband and two beautiful children. When she's not writing, she reads, anything she can get her hands on, enjoys the Food Network Channel and her guilty pleasure is most reality television. She is fascinated by blogs, has recently conquered her fear of both facebook and Twitter, and if there was a flood, she would grab her lap-top first and her slippers second. She loves to write paranormal romance (mostly because there is nothing paranormal about her life at all!) as well as horror and sci-fi.

Her debut novel, Spellbound, recently won the Global Ebook Award for Speculative Fiction-Fantasy and Everspell is Book Two in that series. She also has a middle grade horror novel called The Detention Demon to be published in early 2012. Ghostly was her 2nd YA paranormal romance for Astraea Press. Everspell makes her third book with Astraea and she has many more in the works. You can find her short stories, too, if you look real hard. She is closer than ever to calling herself a full-time writer and the idea is both frightening and amazing.

Samantha LOVES to connect with her fans, find her on her facebook fan page, follow her on Twitter, and especially become a fan on her blog, samanthacombswrites.blogspot.com. She’d love to meet you!
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2012

    Great

    Coldnt put it down.totally devoured it.plzz write a third book.five stars for samantha combs and the spellbound series.btw has anyone gotten any deets about the third book.if there is one.

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  • Posted April 1, 2012

    ~I found this book to be a lot like the first on with lots of tw

    ~I found this book to be a lot like the first on with lots of tweaks and flashbacks. Though there is new characters and situations, it feels the slightest bit repetitive. Other than that, it seemed that the characters have matured a lot since the first book. They made adult decisions that would affect them it big ways and stuff like that... When he book ended, I felt there was a lot of loose ends that needed to be tied up. Good thing there is a 3rd book coming!

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