Doc The Spell The Spell is the third book in the series and it centers on Dannai the healer and Lucas Caige The Aust
Doc The Spell The Spell is the third book in the series and it centers on Dannai, the healer and Lucas Caige, The Austrian Alpha. What can I stay… it was better than the first two books. Its mega action pack, very suspenseful, heart pounding, jaw dropping wicked wicked cliffhanger and full of surprises. Dannai the Healer returns from Las-Vegas with a secret. She's a dormant and She's been hiding her dormancy with magic to armor herself from the Alpha’s but someone’s got a whiff of her... and he will stop at nothing to make Dannai his. Dannai has two Alphas to choose from, both are very dominant, but one of her Alpha is borderline, a psychopath and a killer… the other, doesn’t want anything to do with her kind, witches. Lucas hates witches… because fifty years ago, Caige’s brother was captured and supposedly killed by a witch! But then fate is fate and when she wants to be heard, she has a way of making the impossible possible. I really liked this book however I highly recommend reading the first two before plunging into this third book. There are lodes of twists and turns that kept me on edge of my sit and I couldn’t wait to get into the fourth book, until I heard it was the final book in the series. L Killough-Walden's novels are NOT for teens or faint hearted, she doesn’t cuddle her readers, so I’d say 25 years and up should attempt reading her thrilling, lustful and highly sexual book. All I can say is Heather Killough Walden is a superb writer and I am a Big Fan! I absolutely loved this book.. The Spell Viral Book The Spell is the New York Times bestselling third book in the Big Bad Wolf series Dannai, who is also known as the Healer, has begun dreaming of werewolves She d always been able to hide the fact that she was a dormant, using her magic to shield the sweet, promising scent from the alphas she s been forced to work around But now that they ve invaded her dreams, her worl The Spell is the New York Times bestselling third book in the Big Bad Wolf series Dannai, who is also known as the Healer, has begun dreaming of werewolves She d always been able to hide the fact that she was a dormant, using her magic to shield the sweet, promising scent from the alphas she s been forced to work around But now that they ve invaded her dreams, her world has really been turned upside down For, though every dormant dreams of her intended mate Dannai is dreaming of two wolves, not one And neither one of them is good news One is a notorious killer The other is Lucas Caige.Lucas Caige is a man with a haunting past A warlock took his brother from him fifty years ago and he s spent his life outrunning that dark magic But fate has a way of throwing sand in your gears and just when Caige thought he could forever leave behind the magic that brought pain to his life, his path crosses that of the Healer Dannai unwittingly casts her spell over him the moment he lays eyes on her She s stunning, she s kind, and everything about her wreaks havoc on his senses She s also magic incarnate But if Dannai thinks that s going to stop him from doing everything in his power to make her his mate, the little witch has another thing coming Heather Killough Walden is a California native currently living in Texas with her husband and child She is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling e book author of the Big Bad Wolf series and the October Trilogy, as well as the print and ebook Lost Angels series which includes ALWAYS ANGEL available now and AVENGER S ANGEL available November, 2011.. Heather Killough Walden is a California native currently living in Texas with her husband and child She is the New York Times bestselling author of the Big Bad Wolf series Heather s educational background includes religious studies, archeology, and law She has traveled all over the world but hopes to one day live in a town with a world class hockey team Let s Go Pens Visit Heather s website at killough walden, where you can sign up for her newsletter Also, be sure to keep in touch with her and other fans through her Facebook fan page and through Twitter killoughwalden. Good Kindle The Spell I wasn't really a fan of Danny. She was too naive or just plain stupid, not sure which exactly. Totally clueless and let anyone take advantage of her. All that, made her seem weak to me. The book itself was okay. Won't be continuing with this series though.My many questions/comments: (bad sign for the author) So Imani has a really sexy voice. "If it weren't for that voice, Danny would be straight.." Um...that doesn't really make sense there. Considering Danny is (kinda) straight, probably more bisexual considering she's done stuff with Imani; the sentence would mean she was gay. Right? Was it so hard for the author to come up with character names? Lily St. Claire ans Claire St. James are just a smidge to similar for my liking.Big Question here: What exactly is a dormant? It's thrown around a lot, and I was never really sure as to what it meant. What...that she has a werewolf gene or something? BUT then Charlie is a 'female born werewolf' who is also a dormant. I'm confused.What exactly was the curse Charlie carried around on her wrist, that she got from her mate?Danny and gang help 2 kids that had been taken from their families. Why? No clue. The culprit? A naked man. Why was he naked? Again, no clue.I don't know about anyone else but all the referencing of people with their fangs exposed or showing...IDK, but I kept thinking of vampires more than werewolves there. Or when a werewolf would be injured, like after Lucas is beating, he 'drinks' blood from another werewolf? Sorry but that just doesn't sound right to me. Too much vampiry references.How old was everybody? Obviously the werewolves live a lot longer than humans. Do dormants too? Or would they have to be changed/turned first?The whole Danny thinking Lucas wasn't into her because of being a magic user...very annoying. I mean is she really that oblivious to the male species when they're interested in her? I mean there's Lucas and for years there was Jason. Or when they're in the cave and Lucas suddenly stops making out with her and she thinks it was because he 'all of a sudden' smelled her magic? Seriously? "The Akyri had lived for centuries alongside werewolves, and yet the latter had no clue of their existence." Why? Why would they hang around werewolves and not, IDK, interact with them? That part made no sense to me.When Lucas and Danny are out and about in town, Imani 'calls' for help. I get that Danny can heal anyone with any injury(?) but come on! You don't have to drop everything you're doing 24/7 when someones in trouble. I just couldn't imagine a life like that. I think I'd rather lose that power. Danny had been dreaming of Lucas and Phelan, why did she assume that they were her only two choices for mates? Technically Danny is a witch and werewolf then? At least, once she's been turned. She just has way too much going on. If Lucas could tell that dark magic was around Danny, after Jason gave her the necklace, why couldn't Danny tell a difference? There was a point when Danny was in bed and talking with Imani. Danny felt weak but Imani could still feel all her power surrounding her. Imani asks Danny to do something magical and she floats a snow globe over to them. Hence, she still had her magic. But then later on, it's like that conversation/realization never happened. "If she did, she would lose what remained of her magic." But it wasn't gone!Lucas, Danny and some enforcers end up going to unknown, supposedly, safe house. One enforcer is at the front the door. The house ends up blowing up. "It was massive and bald and Lucas immediately recognized it as belonging to the enforcer." What exactly was it? I would have assumed it to be a body, but then why was it bald? Or had the guy with less than a seconds notice, switched to a werewolf? That just seemed kind of doubtful to me. Why after beating Lucas, does Phelan say "Your witch stole my car." ??? Then there was a seemingly very random sexual comment made about Danny, by Phelan. "Little Danny would make the most wonderful sounds while taking it up both holes." I didn't even understand where that comment came from. I mean it didn't seem like Phelan was sexually interested in Danny. I'm sure he mainly said it to get Lucas upset but still. Why say that in the first place?Who thought it would be a great idea to have sex in Jason beds? Like after Lucas, sorta saves Danny? I mean hello, Jason and friends could have come back anytime while they're having sex. I was really surprised he didn't. And seriously...why is it whenever I read a sex scene, the girl ALWAYS has to comment on his cock? "He was so big..." Couldn't he have just been average, and she just make a different comment? I think not, they always have to be big. Why the author keep mentioning the fact that Lily was a seer? I mean it makes sense to mention this at the beginning of the story when Lily is first brought it. But she does it again at the very end. Why?After the Overseer dies, why does Danny say that Charlie has no family now either? Wasn't the Overseer actually Charlie's mates grandfather? Not hers? And besides, she still has her mate. That made no sense there.