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Wolf Spell (Wolf Trilogy, #1)

Wolf Spell (Wolf Trilogy, #1)

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by M.R. Polish
     
 

Flirting with boys and hanging out with her best friend pretty much sums up Esmerelda’s life, but it’s all about to change. At eighteen, the toughest decision she should have to make is whether or not to go to college, not helping her dad pick out a casket for her mother. But, it’s not until wounds heal instantly and flowers bloom in front of her

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Flirting with boys and hanging out with her best friend pretty much sums up Esmerelda’s life, but it’s all about to change. At eighteen, the toughest decision she should have to make is whether or not to go to college, not helping her dad pick out a casket for her mother. But, it’s not until wounds heal instantly and flowers bloom in front of her eyes that she begins to question her sanity.

Nothing. Absolutely nothing, could prepare her for being kidnapped and flown out of the country, only to find out her kidnapper is a warlock. Sanity? At this point she is sure either hers or his is gone. Magic isn’t real, it’s in stories and fairy tales parents tell little kids. Or is it? But there’s more, much more… her blood is the secret gift bestowed by five dead witches and there is one warlock who’ll stop at nothing to get it. To end the curse to his power and save herself, she must awaken the witches from their graves. Shouldn’t be hard, right?

With life as Esmerelda knew it officially over, it isn’t until she meets Ian that she starts to feel normal again. He’s all the eye candy plus a Guardian wrapped up in one hot package. But, the feelings she has for him aren’t welcome because they make her forget the danger she’s in. And forgetting could mean her death.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940046277845
Publisher:
M.R. Polish
Publication date:
12/14/2012
Series:
Wolf Trilogy , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
7,382
File size:
679 KB

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Wolf Spell 3.9 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 25 reviews.
LBDiamond More than 1 year ago
WOLF SPELL, is an action-packed, enjoyable read, with undpredictable twists. It's the first an a series--thank goodness, cuz I HAVE to see what happens next! The main character, Arabeth, has no idea that she's a witch. A very special witch. After her mother dies, she's taken to another country to learn about her true identity...and is taught how to control her powers. The pressure is on because an evil warlock wants her for himself. This warlock will do anything to capture her, including turning to vampires for help. Thankfully, Arabeth--as Esmerelda--has a loyal guardian, Jarak (who gets his power from a spirit wolf). And he's totally hot.  She needs his help--and love--to fight an army of vampires.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When you pick up this book, it will be hard to put down. The author keeps her readers intrigued chapter-for-chapter, introducing new drama and an interesting love triangle. The story is truly original, and isn't your stereotypical vampire-versus-werewolf plot. There were a few inconsistencies and confusion with some plot elements, but overall it's a good read that will leave you wishing for more.
SA-Jones More than 1 year ago
Witches, Vampires, Guardians and spirit wolves - OH MY. I've read a lot of paranormal books with all these types of characters in them, and I have to say, this storyline is still very unique! I felt like I was learning about a whole new world(can I telleport there, please?) and it sucked me in. I was up until 5 AM to finish reading! Esmerelda lead a normal life growing up. It wasn't until her mom passes away that her life goes haywire. And it's not because of normal events that follow the death of a parent. It's the fact that she learns she's a very powerful witch and has a very important role to play in a world she knows nothing about. Esmerelda immediately captured my heart. She was so naive and sweet. I wanted to hug her and make her my BFF. But as her adventure progressed, she matured so much. I loved that she still held onto that innocent eighteen-year-old heart, but she was more confident and really grew into who she was. There was also a really great love triangle, which we all know I can't resist. I had tweeted M.R. that I was all about Jarak, Es's Guardian. He's so protective of her as he gets drawn to her more and more. They are both so sweet about it, lusting after each other but not knowing how to react to their feelings. And then comes Ian, Jarak's brother, and I jumped ships. I'm a total bad boy lover and he got me with his splash of sweetness, too. How lucky is Es to have two awesome Guardians pinning after you? I may have been a little jealous. In all, I'm itching for the next one. We were going full speed ahead and I want to know what happens! We are left with so many possibilities to ponder and it's killing me. But that just makes me love Wolf Spell that much more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I fully enjoyed this book!!!!! Was a fresh story line which a great set of characters!!! Couldn't put it down tell I was finished. Can't wait for book two!!! I heart Ian!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There were a couple mistakes. It was also very quick paced but i enjoyed evey page.
Anonymous 12 months ago
Could have been better. I feel like she was forcing the quadruple love conflict. It just was sidetracking and did a disservice to the story. And I couldn't get into it.
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This book exceeded all my expectations! Intricate,suspenseful,volatile and captivating,the quntessential of a outstanding book.Impressive, I can not wait to read the rest of this series.Do not miss out on this book. L.M.A.
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3children More than 1 year ago
I picked it up on a whim and was pleasantly surprised on what a good book it is.  I will probably order #2 so that should tell y'all that it is interesting enough to keep reading.  It is safe for young readers so far. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the book. You get drawn in to the story and fell in love with Es. Going to continue reading the series.
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This was a different sort of paranormal. It amazes me how there are so many versions of witches, etc. What they can do, etc. But most are entertaining. I'll probably read book 2 at some point so I put it in my wish list.
t_barber1 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book.  I like that it took a lot of different paranormal aspects and put them together brilliantly.  Some of the unexpected twists to the story made for an exciting read.  The characters were great.  Most of the time I just didn't know what to expect and I love it.  I can't wait to read more from this series and author.  I will definitely recommend this one
Theta31 More than 1 year ago
Great story with lots of romance and magic!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kind of drawn out and convoluted. Will not continue with the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't wait to read more!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was the best book evrer i gust started it a copel days agog an i gust fineshed it at 3:42am i would have liked to see the girl whith ians brother i think they go good together and in the ent i felt like ian was kind if using her but still i cant describe how much i love this book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed all 250ish pages of it. The characters were great and I love the different twist on wolves and what not. Really great, I can't wait to read book two.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its the same "i cant do it" every chapter. Its a horrible read and lacks anything original. It's nothing I would have ever read if it was not free, but now that I read it I want the horrible wtory out of my brain.