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The Spell by Heather Killough-Walden
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Feb 04, 12

really liked it

I will tell you the first two books I really liked, tropppa violence, sex scenes superficial and hasty, poor accuracy in describing the characters that are in their steriotipati machio image of strong and weak and passive men and women. In The Spell that seems to change starting with the plot that does not follow the usual pattern. Dannai is aware of his attraction to Lucas and fortunately does not suffer any torture and his adventure is part of a more complex picture that involves Gabriel and his plans to kidnap and seduce Charlie, and other characters that make presuppore a wider plan that involves vampires and other supernatural beings. It is this interweaving of stories that makes the book interesting and keeps awareness high, and there are several situations that are truly original and unexpected stay with bated breath. Furthermore, the author devotes more attention to the relationship between Lucas and Dannai that is not reduced to a single and hasty sensual relationship. This time Dannai will use magic to strip ... Lucas will seem insignificant, but one particular is really a bad scene where the wolf decides to "branding", ie make her his forever companion, while dressed and she is "naturally "naked, in the most edifying for women. r I had not done much appreciate these books in which women suffered much from the usual male prevalicatore selfish. In this' latest book, however, you notice more attention to the feelings, the more respect for the stars and more sensitivity by wolves this time seem to follow and support and assist the actions of their partners.

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