Book 2, Bewitched and Bewildered
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Gavriel Ambrosios has been dreaming of his accident prone mate for weeks. Now that he is nearing the apex of his vampiric transition, she has made her way to Lycaonia, just when he is at his most dangerous.
Elizabeth Monroe was planning on staying in Lycaonia while humans forgot about the swan dive she took out of her boss’s office window. Little did she know that this short side trip was about to become permanent. Gavriel is the mate she has always dreamed of. Even as he sweeps her off her feet his need to protect her has him pushing her away. She’s both concerned with and drawn to his darker nature, but is determined to see him through his transition.
In the shadows their enemy has targeted Gavriel when they know he is at his most vulnerable. They creep ever closer to the Alpha estate putting the men on high alert.
But as the days get shorter and the nights get longer Elizabeth begins to wonder, which is the bigger threat? The enemy or her mate?
I hate that I’m such a slow reader. I’ve known about this series for about a year now and have only finished the second book. I just love these characters, and want them to be happy. It’s definitely a book that I would recommend to readers.
I'm officially hooked on the Bewitched and Bewildered series! I can't wait for the third book to come out. As soon as I read the first page I was instantly sucked into a whirlwind of adventure filled with romance, laughter, mystery, envy, and fear. This series has such an amazing storyline that gives us the romance we envy, the action we anticipate, the humor we enjoy, and the mystery we crave.
Loving this series
I have to say this is quickly becoming one of my favorite series. The author writes with so much emotion and humor that I can't put the book down and can't wait to move on to the next edition to see what come next. This world that she has created is fantastic and the characters quickly become your friends. The intrigue pulls you in and as we move through the plot so many ideas spring to mind as to what is happening. I can't wait to get to the next book and see where the story goes! Highly recommend.