Title: Soul Mates: Bewitched
Author: Elizabeth A. Lance
Published Date: November 23rd 2012
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
School is out for Tony Gunari, and now it’s time to grow up, to be what he was meant to be, a Sióga Feiceann. For those in the know, that would be a Fae assassin. After years of hiding what he truly was from his nearest and dearest friends, Tony has decided to discover the whole secret of his legacy and what really happened to his father. And while he’s at it, kick a little Dark Fae butt.
Tony travels to New York, only to discover his family’s secret is even bigger than he could have imagined. The Fae War is in full swing and there is a red-headed she-devil fighting the dark creatures too. Tony is instantly intrigued by the fireball throwing, Irish witch with a sassy attitude. Never in his life could he have imagined such an enticing girl as Jillian O’Neal. Protecting her becomes his number one priority.
Jillian O’Neal is a Sorceress…her tough, sassy attitude sometimes gets her into trouble, but she could never have imagined the trouble meeting someone like Tony Gunari– a real Sióga Feiceann, was going to cause her. And if rumor had it right, he was something even more important to the world than anyone knew. Her duty, according to her mother, was to protect Tony Gunari at all costs. A difficult task at best, since Tony insists on being involved in everything, and is soon made even more difficult when Jillian realizes she’s fallen for him.
Join Tony, Jillian and Max, together with a band of Guardians, a motley crew of Fae warriors and shifters, as they set off to save the world from the Queen of Air and Darkness and her pursuit of the Chalice of Light. With a bit of Irish luck they may just have a chance to save the world and fall in love…
Jilly quickly became my favourite, I loved that she was Irish could kick as and was an all round sassy wench…lol…ass I am half Irish I loved her right away. I have a soft spot for red heads as well as my baby brother is a red head there’s nothing I wouldn’t do for him.
the villains in this one were everywhere! I loved it! they came from every direction and attacked at all times. this book was one big battle which didn’t leave much room for poor Tony’s romance with Jilly…lol..but Elizabeth is a true artist and sure knows how to go about romancing it up even with a battle in full swing!
This book was totally awesome and if you haven’t read it you totally should! a great read for all you paranormal fans out there!
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