Author’s Name: Crystal J. Johnson/Felicity Vaughn
Publisher: W by Wattpad Books
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 320 Pages
Author or Book Website: Crystal J. Johnson Author of Edge of the Veil and Spellbound (crystaljjohnson.com)
Link to Amazon purchase page: Spellbound: Johnson, Crystal J., Vaughn, Felicity: Amazon.com: Books
Link to Goodreads: Spellbound by Crystal J. Johnson | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Gemma inherited more than she can handle thanks to the hot inhabitants of her hotel . . .
When Gemma Fox inherits the storied Reynard Hotel from her great-aunt, she’s totally unprepared for the responsibility. It’s not the bills or the renovations or the repairs piling up. Or her family’s complete lack of confidence in her ability to manage the hotel. It’s that she’s not alone.
Bound to the hotel are two spirits, Archer and Soren Hyde. Brooding, handsome, immortal—they’ve been haunting the Reynard for generations. And Gemma is now their custodian.
As Gemma fights to keep the hotel from going under, she also finds herself fighting a growing attraction to the brothers. Each offers her something different: Archer is impish, fun, sexy, and just the distraction she needs. Soren’s arrogant, passionate, sinfully attractive, and driving her crazy. In turn, they each want something from her—one wants freedom, the other wants her heart.
It turns out that Archer and Soren are holding back a secret that might finally see them no longer spellbound. And when the truth comes out about who—and what—they are, their imperfect triangle shatters. With her life and her happiness on the line, and pressure mounting on all sides, Gemma is forced to make a decision that could change everything—for eternity.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I have read a lot of stories that were on Wattpad that got published, but somehow I missed this. It was worth the read. Gemma inherits a hotel called the Reynard with a set of ghostly immortal twins that are hiding secrets. They are spellbound to the hotel. The pacing for the book was great and the imagery made me feel like I was right there with the characters. The story made me feel a whole array of emotions and that is something I love about reading. I need to find more things by this pair of authors.
My Rating of the Book: 5 Stars