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Witch Bound Book Two of Twilight of the Gods Raquel Lindgren knows what her future holds An arranged marriage A new home in Ragnarok Iowa with another clan of refugees from Asgard She should be happy But there

  • Title: Witch Bound
  • Author: Eleri Stone
  • ISBN: 9780373002603
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • Book Two of Twilight of the Gods Raquel Lindgren knows what her future holds An arranged marriage A new home in Ragnarok, Iowa, with another clan of refugees from Asgard She should be happy But there s a mental block preventing her from tapping in to her true abilities as a witch And she s attracted to the best man than she is to the groom Fen can t believe he sBook Two of Twilight of the Gods Raquel Lindgren knows what her future holds An arranged marriage A new home in Ragnarok, Iowa, with another clan of refugees from Asgard She should be happy But there s a mental block preventing her from tapping in to her true abilities as a witch And she s attracted to the best man than she is to the groom Fen can t believe he s falling for his best friend s future wife As a hound, a wolf shifter, his duty lies with the pack He s seen too many hounds destroyed by love, and he s sworn never to take a mate, never to have children of his own He can t deny his desire for Raquel, but she deserves than he can offer her Raquel s been raised to trust in magic, her clan and her destiny But when a vengeful demon threatens to break out of Asgard and destroy the clan, Raquel learns she must trust in love if she is to take the future into her own hands For tales of modern day Vikings, check out Demon Crossings.

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    1. Jen (That's What I'm Talking About) on said:

      My Rating:4 stars: Enjoyed - strongly recommend (A-)Originally posted at That's What I'm Talking AboutReview copy provide by author.The return trip to Ragnarok, Iowa, takes the reader a bit forward in time (one year maybe) past the conclusion of Ms. Stone’s Demon Crossings. We learned in the first story of the Twilight of the Gods that clan huntsman Christian is bound to marry a witch from outside their clan to replace their retiring one. The start of Witch Bound introduces us to Raquel, Chri [...]

    2. Jaimie Marshall on said:

      First reviewed at Red Hot Books: redhotbooks/2013/10/reviewWitch Bound is the second book in the Twilight of the Gods series by Eleri Stone. While you could read this one on its own, I suggest going back and reading the first book (which I reviewed as well), Demon Crossings, to help with a bit of the mythology and story line.Witch Bound revolves around Raquel Lindgren, a witch from another clan, who is supposed to be marrying Christian in a marriage arranged by their parents a long time ago. Raq [...]

    3. Melindeeloo on said:

      I am not sure how Witch Bound (Twilight of the Gods)ended up on my radar, but I liked it. There is a touch of Norse Myth in the background and I really liked the leading lady Raquel(Rocky) who is a witch (but her powers are potentially great but blocked and unavailable to her) heading into an arranged marriage with stars of the fairy-tale-happily-ever-after variety in her eyes. Even though her intended Christian is gorgeous and charming, she loses her romantic notions about the impending union p [...]

    4. Kelly on said:

      Oh, Fen! My soft spot for heroes who are trying SO HARD to do the right thing even if it makes them miserable is alive and kicking. The circumstances that bring Raquel into Fen's world make a relationship between them less than ideal. Throw in that whole " a hound bonds with the first person they have sex with" and you can imagine that things are VERY TANGLED! (and, yes, that means that as an unmated hound, Fen's a virgin. I love that the male has to abstain in this case. Unless he wants a perma [...]

    5. KateK. F. on said:

      This review was originally published at Smart Bitches Trashy Books for the RITA Reader Challenge 2014. Witch Bound contains an arranged marriage, a sort of love triangle, life bonding through sex, a witch coming into her own power and a strange version of Norse mythology. Through the power of great writing, Eleri Stone makes this combination compelling and not full of crazy sauce. I picked up Witch Bound on Tuesday and stayed up late Wednesday night to finish reading it, because I cared that muc [...]

    6. Jillian on said:

      You can aslo find my review on my blog:read-love-blog/2013/07This is the second book in Eleri Stone’s Twilight of the Gods Series and for me, was a fresh look at paranormal and I truly enjoyed it!Nervous and excited, Raquel Lindgren steps through a portal to meet the man she is betrothed to and to meet the new clan she will eventually be the head witch for. Only there’s a few problems… major one being she hasn’t exactly come into her full powers yet. The powers are there, just simmering [...]

    7. Julie on said:

      I really liked this book, I love my shifters, and I love my tortured alphas, and this had BOTH in it We met Fen in the last book, and I had hoped his story would be told next. And to be honest I liked this one better than the first book.Only male wolves are born in this story, they meet their mates, usually human or supernatural, bite and bond. But this story is so different, only the males bond, females can leave whenever they want, no commitment !! (Well that sucks !!) Once a male bonds, he bo [...]

    8. Christine on said:

      4.25 out of 5 Stars; I read this book in one day. I could not put it down. I was not sure what direction the author was going to take and what Raquel was going to do. She had a lot to deal with…the contract of the arranged marriage and then her feelings for another man. Plus, she was a witch who was supposes to save the town from the demons trying to kill them.Did I feel connected to the characters? Yes. I loved Raquel. She takes responsibilities for her actions. She is strong and just a good, [...]

    9. Stacy Sabala on said:

      Book Review- Witch Bound by Eleri StoneThis is the second book in the Twilight of the Gods series. I have not read the first book but I intend to after reading this one. The plot included a world centered around Norse god Odin and the place he made for his people among the humans. The story takes place in an Iowa town where Raquel is sent to become the clan witch. She has been expected to do this since before she was born. Her parents have arranged a marriage for her with Christian, a hunter for [...]

    10. Chrystina Williams on said:

      Witch Bound was a really good read, and I loved it! Exciting and different with a mix of magic and Viking lore to give it that little something to make it stand out from the rest of the crowd. I hadn't read the first book in the Twilight of the Gods Series, but you can be sure I'll be looking for it now. The author did a fabulous job writing this book, and has gained a very devoted fan in me!Raquel is just someone that I had no trouble liking, she is strong and talented and not afraid to do what [...]

    11. Alex Owens on said:

      Although this novel is the second in this fantasy series, it stands alone well enough that I didn't feel lost. I will certainly go back and read the first one now, so that I can wallow in the details that were hinted at in this book. Now, I'd call this fantasy with a historical (mythology) bent, with the added bonus of a neatly set-up love triangle. It's also the story of a young woman coming into her self and her power, so as such the novel has an uplifting quality to is as well. Witch Bound is [...]

    12. Nicole Luiken on said:

      Stayed up late finishing this one. Excellent blend of paranormal and romance. Cool Norse-magic--demons, other dimensions, both Hounds and crow shape-shifters, runes--set in Ragnarok, Iowa. I was intrigued by Fen's character in book one Demon Crossings (which I also loved) and happy to see him get his own book. His romance with Raquel was both tender and hot--he'd never kissed anyone before Raquel *swoon*. Hope there's more coming in this series as there are a ton of interesting secondary charact [...]

    13. Karen Fowler on said:

      Great fantasy romance. I particularly like the legend and lore built into the novel, and the system of magic in the world is compelling and intriguing. As was the built-in love triangle. I really like the way Norse-like mythology was an integral part of the plotting. I haven't read the first book in the series, but this novel felt like it stood on it's own so that wasn't an issue. I'd recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fantasy, paranormal and magic with sides of danger and light romance.

    14. Jess F. (From Me to You ... Book Reviews) on said:

      "5 out of 5 stars!! This is a romance about a girl who is still coming into her own while being thrown into situation after situation she never expected to be in, especially when one of those situations happens to be falling for her groom's best man!"Read more of this review and two teasers here: frommetoyouvideophoto/2013/07/idolizing-in-twilight-of-gods-seriesml

    15. Miranda Owen on said:

      Captured my imagination from 1st page and couldn't stop read, Great complex characters, sexy romance between two characters who liked each other & were friends as well as lusted after each other, great world-building. Look forward to moreeshfiction/reviewp?id

    16. May on said:

      I really enjoy this book. The heroine is really terrific. She's strong and very likable. This series is very interesting. There's a mixture of Viking myth with magic. It's a refreshing take on the paranormal genre.

    17. Karen on said:

      Second of the series that illuminates more of the lore binding the two worlds, the guardians & more specific roles & functions of other members in the clan.Interesting conflict of arranged marriages & yearnings of the heart.

    18. Darbi Bradley on said:

      Solid B-. I read this for Smart Bitches, Trashy Book's RITA Reader Challenge. So I shall reread and get my thoughts together formally in a bit.

    19. Jeffe Kennedy on said:

      Excellent addition to the series. ~looks around for book 3~

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