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Saturday, October 3, 2015

4/5 Review: Warlock Unbound by Dana Marie Bell




The last Beckett brother is going down.
Heart’s Desire, Book 4
If he had a choice, Daniel Beckett would wait to cast the Beckett family mating spell until his life is more settled. But his brothers, worried he’s losing himself to his wolf, aren’t giving it to him.
Daniel doesn’t need a spell to know Kerry Andrews is his mate. With the last of the Godwin warlocks still on the loose, Daniel crosses his fingers that the willful, stubborn, beautiful woman will allow him to protect her.
Kerry is tempted to make Daniel wait, like he’s made her wait for so long. But the decision is taken out of her hands when things start going horribly wrong. A sleeper hex is activated, putting her life in danger—and the only safe place to run is Daniel’s waiting arms.
Once there, Kerry finds a whole new world to explore with her magical mate. But Arthur Godwin is plotting to rip away their newfound happiness. Women who look like Kerry are turning up dead…and it’s only a matter of time before the killer’s weapon hits its intended prey.
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This is my first Dana Marie Bell novel.  I will start by saying this is the 4th in the Heart's Desire Series but stands alone, however I do intend on going back at some point and reading the entire series.

Daniel is the last of the unmated Beckett brothers, he knows that Kerry is his mate so he casts his mating spell to bring her closer to him.  Kerry knows she is meant for Daniel but she doesn't know what evil will come her way.  The evil in this one comes as the last of the rival Godwin warlocks pulls more stunts then any of his brothers or their father did before him.  I understand that this is somewhat of the way things go for the women in the Beckett Family Tree tend to come up missing or dead. It is wonderful to see the family pull together to save her. 

I really enjoyed the way Ms. Bell showed how all the previous relationships are growing stronger and how dedicated the family is to one another.  Having grown up in a large family I can understand the dynamic and it made me smile and how the wives grow to love and respect each other as they all bond tighter together.  The story has strong characters and the plot line will keep you interested and turning the pages.

If you are in the market for a great Paranormal Romance, that will give you a 10 on the steam o meter, but make you laugh, I highly recommend this series.