Author: Dani Kristoff

Bespelled by Dani Kristoff

Posted April 21, 2014 by Kate in Just Okay, Review / 0 Comments
Bespelled by Dani Kristoff

This book is what I would kind of classify as a light-hearted paranormal, mainly because while yes there are paranormal elements to it (there is witchcraft and spells), the way that the paranormal elements are used in the story are more to showcase the romance rather than a romance showcasing the paranormal. So right of the bat, we just in with Elena, and before she knows it there is a serious love spell going on, the lawyer she meet is completely in love with her after one drink of the wine at dinner, and not the good kind of love, he’s infatuated to the point of obsession, and at the first sign that Elena isn’t interested in him in the same way, it’s like his soul is crush. To say this could be a dangerous situation for Jake might be an understatement. Elena is a half-witch, and more important she has very strict rules about her use of witchcraft, and this love spell is putting those rules to the test. While Elena didn’t cast the spell herself, she knows she is attracted to this man, and when she slips up and can’t keep her hands to herself, she is plagued with guilt, ready to turn herself over to the council that governs witchcraft in her area. There is clearly more going on her than meets the eye, someone maliciously put a love spell on Jake, and would have done the same to Elena, so finding out what happened so the […]