Strange things are happening all around Brinnswick. Things that remind me of a piece of my past I’d rather forget. Girls are being killed, drained of blood, and left with strange markings on their bodies. When I finally connect the cases together, a specialist is called in—though, what he’s a specialist of is beyond me.
When the chief assigns him as my new partner for the case, I can’t help but groan on the inside. Why of all people would I be assigned to Ailin Ellwood? The man is a disaster waiting to happen and a jerk to boot. A sexy jerk, but a jerk nonetheless.
What will Sebastian think when he discovers Ailin’s specialty? Will he make a run for it or will he stick around and discover a world of magic hidden beneath the city’s surface?
***The Enchanter’s Flame is the first book in the Ellwood Chronicles. It’s a paranormal romance that contains explicit material and is intended for mature adults 18 and over.***
(Book reviewed here previously)
First, let me say I LOVE this cover – it’s so nice not to see the typical half -naked torso!
Second, I wanted to say that I really want to recommend this book. ( I can’t say the series because the first/prequel isn’t my type of book – but that’s maybe just me). Ailin is a great character and this book is full of magic and humor and some UST! I really enjoyed it! The entourage of animals really cracked me up!
I’m looking forward to the next book and hopefullly more laughs and spells!
4 of 5 stars
Kenneth Obi is not my favorite. He does a fine enough job but I don’t enjoy his narrations as I do others. He’s a nice way to listen to this story if you can’t read it or want a hands free method – but he didn’t necessarily add to my overall enjoyment. There is something about his character voices that I just don’t love.
In any case it’s still a great book and a nice audio.
3 of 5 stars
Overall 3.5 of 5 stars
Copy Purchased for Review