Spellbound epub

by Elaina Lee,Samantha Combs


Spellbound epub

ISBN: 1463787936

ISBN13: 978-1463787936

Author: Elaina Lee,Samantha Combs

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 3, 2011)

Pages: 290 pages

ePUB book: 1742 kb

FB2 book: 1921 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 343

Other Formats: lrf lit mbr doc





Samantha Combs (Author), Elaina Lee (Illustrator). I was pulled into this amazing magical world on the first page. Samantha Combs has written an amazing book that has you feeling and experiencing everything right along with each character.

Samantha Combs (Author), Elaina Lee (Illustrator). It has everything a great book should action, a love story, great plot, oh and let's not forget witches, twitches(young witch),warlocks, demons, trolls, and attack rose bushes which I loved.

Spellbound By Samantha Combs Published by Astraea Press ww. straeapress. com This is a work of fiction. Names, places, characters, and events are fictitious in every regard. To Mallory and William, who’ve always loved Mummy’s stories, and to Cathi, who was the first to believe that the world might too.

His post tells us about his writing journey and accomplishments far better than I could, so I'll let him do all the talking. 1 September 2014 ·. Samantha Combs Writes! Baby Steps. No, that is not the name of a new book of mine. While I do have a recently finished contemporary New Adult (SPARK, first in a series!), it's the writing baby steps that weigh in my mind at the moment. So, I am sitting here watching the US Open.

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Samantha Combs mething of an item. We were the hot topic. Couldn’t they talk about anything else? Gossip ran rampant in a small school. Sully came bounding over. So, where’ve you been, Buddy? Haven’t seen you for a while. It made me genuinely happy to see Sully

Samantha Combs has written an amazing book that has you feeling and experiencing everything right along with each character.

Samantha Combs has written an amazing book that has you feeling and experiencing everything right along with each character. It has everything a great book should action, a love story, great plot, oh and let’s not forget witches, twitches(young witch),warlocks, demons, trolls, and attack rose bushes which I loved. This book is for all ages from young adult to adult. Spellbound is an amazing and magical page turner that will not let I was pulled into this amazing magical world on the first page.

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Spellbound, also known as My Girlfriend Can See Ghosts, is a 2011 South Korean horror romantic comedy film, starring Son Ye-jin and Lee Min-ki. It is about a magician who falls in love with a woman who can see ghosts

Spellbound, also known as My Girlfriend Can See Ghosts, is a 2011 South Korean horror romantic comedy film, starring Son Ye-jin and Lee Min-ki. It is about a magician who falls in love with a woman who can see ghosts. It was written and directed by Hwang In-ho which also marks his directorial debut.

Logan Daniels has always led a sheltered life in sleepy, predictable Lancaster, New Hampshire. But when beautiful Serena suddenly appears at school one day, his comfortable existence becomes anything but as he finds himself falling in love with her. There’s something special about Serena Starr. He realizes what it is when he sees her unleash her spells. Soon, a mysterious and foreboding presence settles over his placid home. Logan and Serena find themselves battling darkness and evil with an ominous mission: it wants Serena and will stop at nothing to have her. Tearing apart Logan’s town, threatening his friends, even causing harm to his family, the demon will spread its doom over every facet of Logan’s once placid life. Logan matures in ways he could never have imagined as he struggles to protect those he loves, including Serena. But he can't do it alone. Serena hails from a long line of able and powerful women who will aide in the battle and perhaps settle a score of their own. The strength of the coven and Serena's love will be behind him, but ultimately this is Logan’s fight to win. But, will he?
I have read many books that were written in the first person POV, but it's usually always been one person telling the story. Samantha is unique in the fact that even though her book is written in first person, each character tells their own part of the story. That sounds like it might get confusing, but amazingly, it doesn't, as it's always clear who is telling the story at any given time, and the story flows from person to person as effortlessly as it would if the story were being told in third person. Each character is amazingly adept at describing their feelings, emotions, and reactions to the events surrounding them, and it makes the storytelling much more personal and real to the reader.

Serena and Logan describe their individual reactions when they meet each other, and from there, their growing feelings for each other. Serena is impressed with Logan's ability to remain calm and logical in the face of increasingly bizarre events, while Logan tells us that even though he is focused on what needs to be done in the moment, he is quietly freaking out on the inside, and his mind is shrieking that what is happening cannot possibly be real. Anger overcomes fear, as he fights to protect the people he loves--especially Serena.

I am very much looking forward to the sequel to this book, Everspell, to be released in January, 2012.
I was pulled into this amazing magical world on the first page. Samantha Combs has written an amazing book that has you feeling and experiencing everything right along with each character. It has everything a great book should action, a love story, great plot, oh and let's not forget witches, twitches(young witch),warlocks, demons, trolls, and attack rose bushes which I loved. This book is for all ages from young adult to adult.

Spellbound is an amazing and magical page turner that will not let you put it down until the rides over. Even than you will be left wanting more. I can not wait for the sequel...
Spellbound took me by pleasant surprise. Yes, it's about witches, but the author has given her characters such depth and feeling, it makes the story so much more than just another paranormal romance. It had me from start to finish with the love developing between the two main characters, their bond with their families and friends, and the danger they all find themselves in throughout the book. Can't wait to read the next book in the series!
After only a few pages into the book, I was hooked on where this story was going to go. The characters and story-line worked well together. The way the author captured Serena and Logan had me intrigued. Witches, Magic, Demons, Warlocks, oh my!!! Kudos, to Samantha Combs for writing words that formed a wonderfully written story that has me wanted more!!!
Before I give my review let me qualify where I stand on my opinion of this book.

I read this immediately after having read the classic "GREAT GATSBY" which is outstanding literature. Also, "SPELLBOUND" is in a genre that I would normally not read because teen fantasies about witches does not interest me. Keeping this in mind I will have to offer this review leaning toward what I think the intended audience might be looking for in a book. Believe me, I had to push the envelope of suspended disbelief and I read with a lot of eye rolling going on.

This is a story about high-school romance and shenanigans that becomes complicated by the fact that the new girl in school comes from a family of witches. In fact there are a bunch of witches and other supernatural beings in this story. Thankfully the author writes very well and depicts these young people in a believable manner. Despite my aloofness from being interested in the story, the smooth writing, strong character development, and natural sounding dialogue made the story easier to read for someone like me.

I liked the back and forth points of view from a handful of the characters. There were some fun concepts presented which made this romp kind of like "Bewitched" for teens, but with more serious consequences. The story rolls along with a nice balance of good humor, tension, and a touch of scary.

Over all I think this might be a 4 or 5 star rated book from the fan of the genre. I wouldn't read many books of this nature but I think a regular reader of this type of book would find a pleasant diversion in it and for those readers this might be well worth checking out. If you don't like stories about witchcraft then you should probably avoid it. But Combs is a good enough writer where she might win you over if you enjoy the high school culture and want something different.

What I'd really like to read is a book by Combs that isn't geared toward the teenage audience, but more for adults. She is definitely a good writer.