Heart of Darkness
Someone is illegally siphoning magic from the font of the Clan. When Meriel Owen, next in line to control the largest organization of witches in the country, discovers that it's the hot owner of a notorious underground club, she strokes an unusual deal that may plunge them all into the heart... show more
Someone is illegally siphoning magic from the font of the Clan. When Meriel Owen, next in line to control the largest organization of witches in the country, discovers that it's the hot owner of a notorious underground club, she strokes an unusual deal that may plunge them all into the heart of darkness.
Publish date: November 1st 2011
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Bound by Magick (#1)
I would give this book between 3 1/2 and 4 stars. I like all the "witchy-ness" of it. And the instant relationship between Dominic and Meriel, as Dominic learns about his powers and his past, which comes back to haunt him, by the way. For some reason, it seemed more like an Urban Fantasy than a Para...
Really pretty very good. Not at all ground-breaking for this genre, but nicely done, especially Meriel, Nell and Edwina - tough, strong female characters who either avoided the stereotypes, or carried them off with panache.
3.5 starsInteresting world and characters. I could have used a little more explanation on the witches, stuck witches, turned witches and mages. I felt a little lost a couple times and had to go back and remind myself on what the differences were. And, I'm still not clear on the mage front.
I really liked the relationship between Meriel and Dominic. They acted like adults. They were happy together throughout much of the book, something we don't often get in romance. That was just a nice difference. Meriel was a strong heroine--also my fav.
Oh crap. I'm about to go all fangirl over the romantic relationship between Meriel and Dominic. It was just so freaking perfect. I mean, they actually spoke to each other. CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT?! They didn't hide things, keep secrets, or manipulate each other. It was un-freakin-believable. One of my ...