The third entry in Heather Killough-Walden's Big Bad Wolf series finds healer Dannai dreaming of two werewolves: one is a notorious killer, and the other is Lucas Caige, a man with a haunting past who's determined to make Dannai his mate. Contains mature themes.
©2011 Heather Killough-Walden, Inc. (P)2012 Tantor
This series just keeps getting better and better with each new book, which is a real surprise since most series drop off. This is the story of Lucas and Dannai, 2 very different people but yet they compliment each other so well. In this book there is a little bit of everything, werewolves, witches, warlocks, and vampires. Lucas is a werewolf who hates magic and Dannai is a witch, healer, and a dormant. The story line continues from the first 2 books and it is interesting to see the over all story unfold. Old enemies come back and there are new ones as well along with old friends still making appearances.
The combination of Ms. Walden's writing ability and Gildart Jackson's narration makes this a very enjoyable series to follow.
This time it's Dannai and Lucas's turn to get caught in the trials and tribulations of the Mating Bond pull - trouble is she's a witch and a healer and he hates magic after his brother was lost to him by magic.
If you've listened to the others in the series then you know the type of story you're in for - a paranormal romance that has both past and present irresistible characters all intertwining in a most enjoyable plot that hooks you in and throws in twists and turns to keep you hooked. But if you haven't listened to them before, and you like the genre, then you're going to love this series.
Worth my credit? Handsome sexy Alpha Werewolves and handsome Wizards - oh yeah!!
Give me water to swim and surf in. That with a glass of white wine and the sun. That's heaven.
That the trio of woman didn't go to the big roundup in the sky.
When Danni finally had to admit she was ready to move forward
No extreme reaction, but it did make me laugh in parts.
Audiobooks are relaxing and 'food for the soul'.
Action-Packed, Entertaining, & Thrilling
The death of the Overseer was sad, but memorable. Also, Charlie being changed back to a dormant.
Yes! As with the first two books, he does a great job. His female voices are starting to get better.
I sure did!
Just keep them coming...
I enjoyed listening to The Spell because it was a well written captivating story and the narration was well done.
The Spell was my favorite in this great series!!
Gildart Jackson individualized each character, bringing them to life.
I would have listened to The Spell in one sitting if I had the time <3
Heather Killough-Walden is one of my favorite authors. She is very talented and imaginative. Her books reflect her creativity and hardwork.
Really Good Reading
Can't Remember but I read the first 3 books and really enjoyed them.
The Narrator was good.
I like the series.
I thought the scene where the vilian was brought back to life just to be killed again was redundant and unnecessary. I know a lot of people/shifters wanted to see him dead, but really...twice?
Yes. I thought the first book got off to a little rocky start, but this book seems to have gotten its feet under itself.
I enjoy the different voices. Some he seems to struggle, with like the female ones, but I've heard worst. Having said that, he does a remarkable job with the accents.
I think it has set itself up to have a follow-up book, but I don't think it NEEDS another book.
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