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From author Thea Harrison comes the latest story in the New York Times best-selling Moonshadow trilogy....

Kidnapped while on tour, musician Sidonie Martel is transported to the mystical land of Avalon. A human without magical ability, she is completely vulnerable to the deadly forces surrounding her.

When she defies her captors and refuses to share her music, an act of violent cruelty leaves her broken, her ability to play silenced, maybe forever. Her only hope is a whisper in the dark, gentle hands that offer healing, and a man who refuses to show her his face yet who offers advice she dare not ignore.

One of the most feared and powerful sorcerers in history, Morgan le Fae serves a queen he despises, Isabeau of the Light Court. Once a famous bard and an advisor to kings, Morgan has been enslaved to Isabeau for hundreds of years, acting as enforcer and the commander of her deadly Hounds.

Sidonie's music touches Morgan in places he had abandoned centuries ago, and her fiery spirit resurrects feelings he had believed long dead. For Sidonie, trapped in captivity, passion offers a comfort she cannot resist.

But Isabeau holds Morgan bound in magical chains that only Death can break. And in the court of a cruel, jealous queen, the only thing that burns hotter than love is revenge...

©2017 Teddy Harrison LLC (P)2017 Teddy Harrison

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Waiting on a hero but I get is a villain that becomes the hero

It is often said that how they handle extreme circumstances can reveal a lot about a person. Morgan La Fae is a man of noble legend, yet somehow he has become infamous as nothing more than an evil Queen's weapon of mass destruction. Unexpectedly, all is not what as it seems because not only does Morgan have no regard for the Queen but it appears that he has been bound under a compulsion spell that requires him to follow all of the Queen's orders. When the Queen makes a careless order, Morgan used the opportunity to escape to Earth in hope of finding a way out from under the Queen's control.

Thinking that he has slipped the notice of all who would seek to return him to captivity with the Queen Morgan relaxes enough to go to a concert, to hear Sidonie Martel play the violin. Morgan instantly and astoundingly becomes enraptured with Sid's music and makes a point to go to all of her future concerts before she leaves for another city. Tragically, Morgan's interest in Sid did not go unnoticed and Sid was kidnapped, removed from Earth and placed at the not so tender mercy of the Queen.

I could go on and give a review of the story but a person can read that for themselves. For me the entire story is based upon the question of how much a person is willing to risk of their own personal safety to save someone that they had never known. It is the creative ways in which Ms. Harrison answers that question during the rest of the story that lets us know Morgan La Fea has always been a hero at heart.

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Fantasy, magic, romance, can be stand alone!

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Spellbinder: Moonshadow, Book 2
Written by: Thea Harrison
Narrated by: Sophie Eastlake
This may be book two but it can be read as a stand alone. This is an incredible book about a musician that is kidnapped because a fae named Morgan, who is bound magically by the evil Queen, likes her. She is given to the Queen. Morgan is furious and tries to save her without the Queen knowing about it. Morgan has to do anything the Queen says and is afraid if the Queen finds out, she will make him kill the girl. It is an action packed, suspense filled, romance, fantasy, magic, fae and other creatures, awesome book. I loved this book! It is an audible book and the narration was truly wonderful. It is a woman narrator but the deep husky voices are done perfectly too! Wow, great job. Loved the story and narration! Don't miss this story. Morgan is in the first book as a bad guy but now you see why!

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Not As Good As The First Moonshadow

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Spellbinder- is the second book in the Moonshadow series, a spin-off of the Elder Race series. The first book, Moonshadow was excellent and introduced me to Thea Harrison's books.

Sadly, Spellbinder was not as good as Moonshadow, but this world TH has created is favorite of mine to visit. It wasn't a bad book, but I didn't enjoy the music element that played a big part in the theme of this book.

Sid and Morgan, the main characters, are both well developed and interesting characters, that are enslaved by Queen of the light fae Isabeau. It was a good story-it lagged a little for me in the middle and it focused a lot more on Sid's music. It lacked drama and action, so I found it boring during the times it was conversation focused and internal musings.

The ending dragged on and even though I was surprised by the appearance of Dragos from the Elder Race series, I was ready for the story to end.

One major High point in the book was Puck- who is IDK what- who played a major role throughout the book. He was my favorite character in Moonshadow and I loved him in this book. More on Puck!

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I loved it

Wow, I never thought we'd get a story about Morgan, but this story really bites into the first in the series in a really circular route. Sid is a musical genius who becomes a pawn in a war that hover around the Sidhe traumatized historical battles. When Morgan and Sid find each other due to conflict firm another tortured victim love and passion binds them in a battle for their love and life.

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Wow, Camelot👏🏾

I didn’t know how you could redeem Morgan but Thea did it. I love her writing and this story was perfect. Another couple in the saga and she brought them into Dragos territory. I love how she connects all the books. The love that built between Sid and Morgan was real and un-rushed. Puc deserved a little more payback for the harm he caused even if it led Sid to her mate. Bravo this was so worth the credit. I only wish Thea wrote faster so I could buy more books.

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Excellent all around

Really enjoyed Thea’s take on the Merlin story and loved Robins part. Very entertaining and on my list of re-reads

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Good addition to the saga

This is a review of the audio book. Sophie Eastlake does another excellent job with the narration. Expressive and compelling she draws you into the story. The story itself revolved around Morgan and Sidonie. Learning Morgan's history, how he was compelled by the queen, roused sympathy for his plight. He is drawn to Sidonie and when she is kidnapped to be used against him he does what he can to help her. Sidonie is a very talented musician as well as intelligent and resourceful. Her ingenuity saves herself and Morgan in the end. Love the strong characters that want to do right.

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Not a love match for me

I loved the first book in this spin off series. This second story ran cold and tedious for me. I had high expectations for Morgan le Fae after his grand presence in Book 1. I was expecting so much more.

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Dark story, but good

The narration is excellent and the story is engaging. The characters are amazing. They are intense, strong willed people who work together to get each other out of a terrible situation. It falls under “be careful what you ask for.”

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Such a good listen

I loved the characters. The good were good and the bad were bad. The story was complex and where it was headed was always in doubt. This is the way it should be.

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  • Scorpio
  • 08-15-17

Spallbinder

If you could sum up Spellbinder in three words, what would they be?

Good strong story and characters, spoilt for me by all the sex.It is strong enough to stand without that.

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  • Leanne Johnson
  • 09-28-18

Brilliant

Book one was my utmost favorite
This is my second time reading spellbinder I just love Theas work.
now getting ready for book three. Love Thea she’s Amazing