May 4, 2013

Book Review: Bound in Evil by Marie Rose Dufour

at 5/04/2013 03:50:00 PM
For hundreds of years, evil is trapped beneath the ground. It never sleeps. It only waits to return.
A man turns his back against his magical family a long ago and the prophecy predicting a powerful witch with green eyes will release the imprisoned evil into the world. Nathaniel Caswell is determined to avoid the prophecy and the sexy new woman in town who could be his salvation or his downfall.
Meg Costa didn’t realize when she left her urban guidance counselor job for one on the sleepy coast of Massachusetts that she would catch the attention of the sexy green eyed sheriff and be thrown in the middle of a battle between good and evil.
Destiny throws these two together and along with the rest of the magical community, they need to figure out a way to save themselves and the world from being plunged into darkness forever.

When Nate was introduced I thought he was a petulant, sexist sheriff, with an Atlas complex, but this is explained later on. He's actually not a bad guy, but he does have an Atlas complex. It was prophesied that a witch with the green eyes would be born and is destined to release the ultimate evil onto the world. Nate tries his best to keep his powers under control and avoid the prophecy as much as he can. 

The leading lady is Meg. She is the newly hired guidance counselor. I absolutely LOVE her! She has a tough childhood but a loving mother who was taken away too soon. T___T Her mother is the epitome of a perfect mother and a perfect role model. Being a single mother is hard and even harder when the kids at school make fun of you for being poor. After her mother's death, Meg worked hard to improve herself in school. 

From the moment they met there was an instant connection, like the feeling that they knew each other. I will admit the private scenes between these two were scorching hot  and I was still blushing even after I finished the book. >.< This book got hot and heavy in record time and that's not necessarily a bad thing. ;) At first when things were getting a little steamy, I had to give Meg a sideglance. You just met the guy and you're already in love with him? (>.>)

A lot of memorable characters and plenty of ammo to write a series, Bound in Evil, is a great start to a paranormal erotic romance. In a town of witches, you never know what will happen. :D It's a quick read, but worth reading with a glass of wine. I give this book a rating of...
5 Stars!

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Tamara Hoffa on May 5, 2013 at 2:03 PM said...

I have this in my TBR pile, guess I'll move it up!


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