Review of To Spell With It (Anna Wolfe #3) by Casey Keen

To Spell With It

“Bonds, witches, bitches, oh my!”

 

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Length (Est.): 199 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Valen disappeared.

Micah’s quest for world domination is underway.

An ancient bond threatens to destroy Anna and Roman.

A vampire who cannot be trusted.

Grand Witch Anna Wolfe’s worst nightmare has just begun. Valen is being held hostage by Micah and to make matters more complicated, an ancient bond brewing between her and Roman threatens their very survival. Anna will stop at nothing to get Valen back, even visiting the dreaded Netherworld and enlisting the help of Vlad, the King of the Vampires.

What Anna isn’t prepared for is battling Micah and his endless army of demons, while waging war on The Highers. Faced with terrifying encounters and disastrous black magic, Anna must do everything in her power to rescue Valen and protect both worlds.

Jennifer’s Review: 

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

Anna may be a grand witch, but she surely does not act like one. She has no idea when to keep her mouth shut or how to handle the delicate threads of politics. She’s more of an “act first, deal with consequences later” kind of girl. But the one thing she does every single time is to fight for those she’s loves.

Roman is one moody warlock, but who can blame him. He has a bond with Anna and he wants to solidify it because he loves her and wants to be with her, but she doesn’t feel the same way and all she wants to do it find a way to break it. I kind of feel bad for Roman, I’ve always liked him.

Valon holds Anna’s heart, but Micah has him and has no problem using him against her.

Is love stronger than a magical bond…you’ll have to read to find out.

To Spell With It is book number three in the Anna Wolfe Series. I loved books ones and two and couldn’t wait for book three, but it fell a little short for me. Everything seems so easy…their problems just get fixed, most with little to no preparation. Compared to the first two books this one felt incomplete, almost like it was missing the heart of the characters and instead they were just puppets following the script.

Jenn 3 Heart

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

 

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