Friday, 11 December 2020

Review of Blessed Prey by Miriam Cumming

 

 Soulmate or prey?

It would take a miracle to turn fifteen-year-old Tulip's life around—or at least a whole lot of magick—so when her coven decides to cast love spells, Tulip is all in. The right person could give Tulip the strength she needs to escape the cycle of abuse that binds her.

Experienced Druid, Victor Chasen, seems to be the answer to Tulip's prayers. Despite her coven's warnings, Tulip finds herself irresistibly drawn to this man who promises access to magick's deepest mysteries.

With the law at odds to what feels right, Tulip's ability to discern ally from enemy warps. Alone, she must discover the difference between divine will and manipulation before she loses herself to that one ill-wrought spell.

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My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because the blurb and the cover. I started the book and was a little worried with how the story unfolded, but as it became clearer what the author was doing, I was hooked and in for the ride. Tulip is a complicated character with an amazing character arc, the difference between Chase at the start to the end just shows the levels he goes to. Overall, I read this in one sitting, desperate to finish and find out what happened and the end. An author to watch, and a book I very much enjoyed! 

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