Review of Spellbound (The Goddess Redemption #2) by Kelli Lockheart

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Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Length (Est.): 65 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Spellbound continues the story of Artemis and Orion as they face the challenges of being human. In this second installment of the Goddess Redemption Series, our beloved huntress is posed a new task on her journey to redemption. Powerless and only beginning to recover her memories, Artemis finds herself in the role of Sara, a wood’s witch caught in the middle of a terrible war between the shifters and the gods whose power is threatened by the creature’s very existence. Victor is an adept hunter with a secret. He knows how to kill the shifters, but when his memories return, can the god of the hunt, find happiness in his human form?

As the gods argue among themselves, their power slips away and Aphrodite is torn between her loyalty to Zeus and her loyalty to love. Spellbound takes you deep into the heart of the battlefront, where the lines have been drawn between good and evil and the humans pay the price.

WARNING: Due to explicit sexual material, adult language, and scenes of violence, this book is appropriate for mature readers only!

Approximate Length: 20,000 words (a Novella)

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

As Artemis’ creations, the weres, strengthen, the gods’ powers lessen. Aphrodite knows they need their hunters back in order for their powers to return fully, but Zeus is a stubborn man and will not allow it until Artemis has earned her redemption.

Fated to find each other in every life they are reborn into Artemis and Orion must learn to overcome any obstacles thrown their way, and Artemis must win her chance at redemption. The obstacle in Spellbound is jealousy. And when Orion/Victor notices the beauty of another Artemis/Sara definitely gets to experience that emotion. And it’s one that she doesn’t handle very well, but with a little assistance she may learn to overcome it.

My Favorite Moment: I love how Orion shows Artemis that there is no room for jealously in their relationship. It’s a fact he pounds over and over into her.

Overall, I give this 4 stars! 

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

 

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