"Spellbound" brings a refreshing look at the magical familiar story. Victoria, the familiar, is such a captivating character with a lot of attitude. It's hard to not fall in love with her from the start.
But what I liked the most about this book was the fact that the short length of the book didn't take away from the story. This book was so well developed that I found myself feeling like I had spent such a long time getting to know Victoria and Max. And by the end I was sad to see their story end.
My suggestion to readers is, don't get disappointed by the length because the content is fully deserving of your time.
Familiars aren't supposed to have power, but Victoria's recently inherited powers came with a severe cost. Now she is out for blood and nothing will stand in her way.
Not even The Hunter who comes a-knocking. His physical demeanor is enough to distract many women but Victoria knows men like him and there is no way she's letting him collar her.
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Sylvia Day comes a story of the ultimate seduction...
Max Westin. Sex incarnate. She could smell it, feel it with his proximity. Everything about him was a little rough, a little gritty. A primitive creature. Just like she was.
He held her hand a little too long, his thickly-lashed gaze clearly stating his intentions to have her. To tame her. . .
Her name, just one word, but spoken with such possession she could almost feel the collar around her neck.
"It's in your nature," he murmured. "The desire to be taken."
In this game of cat and mouse, everything is an illusion but the passion is as real as it gets . . .