A story set in Salem is the perfect way to get in the mood for Halloween. It has good witches who try to keep innocents safe, while another group only wants to carry out evil deeds. When a werewolf comes to town, both he and one particular female witch know very little about each other’s abilities. But it does not take long for these two to become well acquainted, plus discover that there might be something special brewing between them. Linda Thomas-Sundstrom has created a delightfully entertaining story in her Dark vs. Light series, where futures and hearts are on the line in DE-WITCHED. I was totally charmed by this enchanting book.
When werewolf Kade Willis travels to Salem, Massachusetts to preside over a meeting for his Los Angeles law firm, there is trouble with his hotel room reservation. Forced to stay at a local bed and breakfast, all he thinks about is completing his upcoming discussion with clients and returning home. But with his trip taking place right before Samhain, Kade is in for several unexpected developments.
Upon coming in contact with Loren Beck Broom, his innkeeper, Kade feels entranced by the mysterious woman whose nearness puts his werewolf senses on high alert. She also feels her new guest is not quite normal, and it seems a large number of witches with bad intentions are very interested in him. It is a good thing Loren is a formidable witch, as Kade needs plenty of protection.
Paranormal books by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom always keep me enthralled during the countless imaginative scenes. In DE-WITCHED, two beings get to showcase their supernatural capabilities when they must face enemies. Characters conceived by this author are repeatedly unique, as their skills are not the norm, and I enjoyed seeing what Loren and Kade could do when the need arose. I also like a story where surprising incidents occur, and the couple has to experience one unanticipated escapade after another. The longing in their relationship builds quickly, yet doubts have them questioning what their next course of action should be. Kade is a very lovable man, and his charming personality shines through often. I thought Loren was spirited, and her behavior had me liking her all the more. Another captivating story from the talented Linda Thomas-Sundstrom.
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Series: Dark vs. Light
Releases: September 29, 2017
Author website: http://www.lindathomas-sundstrom.com/
Rating: 4.5 Stars