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Totally Spellbound by Kristine Grayson
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Feb 11, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: mythological, paranormal, romance
Read on February 11, 2012

Now that the magical wheel that will restore the Fates has been located, a thief is needed to sneak into Faerie and retrieve it. Who better for the job than Robin Hood? Now going by Rob Chapeau, he has no reason to love the Fates after the death of his beloved Marian. But maybe child psychologist Megan Kineally will be able to heal his heart.

Following hot on the heels of the previous book (literally, it takes place hours after Absolutely Captivated ends), I found this story to be more fulfilling and believable. Even though this romance might be even more rushed, there was more of an emotional connection between Megan and Rob. Absolutely Captivated was also very much a "setting up" story, which are never as satisfying as the conclusions. Finally, the story of the Fates ends, with a somewhat surprising conclusion (although I really should have seen it coming, as there were clues), and an even more surprising ending with the Interim Fates.
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