Flora Reviews… Today, I’m sharing my thoughts about Spellbound by Felicity Heaton. A novella in her adult paranormal romance series, Vampires Realm.
…So what’s Spellbound about?
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Title: Spellbound by Felicity Heaton
Series: Vampires Realm #3.1
Published by Self-Published on 24 March, 2014
Genres: Adult Paranormal Romance, Fiction, Romance, Paranormal, Fantasy, Erotic
No. of Pages: 82
New York Times and USA Today Best-selling paranormal romance author Felicity Heaton presents:
Spellbound (Vampires Realm Romance Series Book 3.1)
What’s a girl to do when the two men she loves are suddenly her love slaves?
A vampire and leader of her bloodline, Prophecy celebrates her Death Day in style with a two night ball. Everyone is there, but all she can think about is getting her mate, Valentine, to unwind for once. When Valentine asks her to leave her own party and wait for him in her room, she sees it as a chance to lure him into bed and work out his kinks.
Flicking through her magic book, she finds spell after spell about love and lust, and is surprised when she discovers one that will make someone into a love slave! Unable to resist the idea of having Valentine at her command, she casts the spell, only things don’t go as planned.
Valentine arrives and the spell is cast on him, but it hits someone else too—the other man in her heart, Venturi!
So what’s a girl to do when her only wish has just come true and she’s got both of the men she loves as her willing slaves, and it seems they’re more than happy to share her? Passion, love and lust come to the surface in this highly erotic story that will leave you spellbound.
Review Format: eBook
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I do feel that you need to have read the previous books in the series to enjoy Spellbound.
…So, what did I like about it?
I love Felicity Heaton’s writing style, the way she makes the most brutal, harsh and explicit sexual scenes actually romantic – I think she’s a very talented writer. For me, a story is only really erotic if I’m emotionally connected to the characters involved, Ms Heaton gives her characters such depth that they become real. As always, this story was a page turner and I devoured it in a few hours. Of course, I got caught up with the shenanigans (who wouldn’t *blush*) but the tender insights into Venturi’s emotions and the growth of Valentine and Prophecy’s love were beautiful to read.