Brayden dreams for thirty nights, tortured by the vision of a beautiful woman. When Ariel Williams walks into his inn, he sees that she’s the one he’s been obsessed with in his night time journeys. But Ariel is fleeing an arranged marriage and keeps shyly to herself, until the worst happens and by mistake she casts a spell on a guest. Brayden works with Ariel to help her control her magic but discovers she’s a High Witch – one of only three witches in the world with a rare kind of power.
Immediately the two must flee; evil warlock Julius wants to enslave Ariel – mind, heart and body. Julius and his lover the High Witch Nadia will stop at nothing to capture Ariel, and the danger threatens to tear Ariel apart from Brayden. Ariel’s only hope is that her love for Brayden and her newly-discovered powers are strong enough to save them.
This book was fine, but nothing spectacular. It wasn’t exactly what I expected. The characters were fine but a little bland. The action was nearly non existent, although it should have been there. The magic was clever but not explained well enough.
I felt the book was too romance heavy. It was a quick read, in my opinion it would have been better a little longer with more focus on the magic and not on romance and the struggle they were having hiding.
I did finish the book not hating it, but I do not think I will be reading the next one. The best part was the test, I wish there could have been more less dramatic ones leading up to it.
Overall it is an okay book, romance lovers will like it but people who do not like really like romance should stay go in so warned.
3 stars out of 5