By Alanea Alder
Amelia has dreamt of her mate since she was a little girl. All her life visions of a golden prince have warmed her heart and promised a fairy-tale future. She longs for the day when they will finally be together.
When the fateful day arrives and she meets Darian for the first time, she is nearly destroyed by his unequivocal rejection. His continued denial of their destined relationship has her doubting her own self worth and the visions she has had all her life.
Darian is teetering on the edge. He refuses to acknowledge Amelia as his mate and shadows continue to spread across his heart. He has grown used to the emptiness in his soul and almost fears the barrage of emotions she elicits. When an unexpected tragedy sends Darian spiraling into a hopeless abyss, will Amelia have the strength to pull him out, or will she succumb to her own darkness?
MY SAVIOR is the fourth book in the Bewitched and Bewildered series and was another read that I couldn’t put down and finished very quickly. The story continues on from MY HEALER and follows the mating of Darian (fae) and Amelia (human/witch). As with the previous books, Meryn is still the driving force behind the ongoing story arc, but Amelia’s empath abilities play a big role in discovering a vital clue about the ferals.
Amelia is a human/witch hybrid who has been dreaming of her mate since she was six years old. Thirty years later, the man of her dreams has changed drastically; Darian is shrouded in darkness and is a small step away from turning feral. With her bright and bubbly personality, and with help from Darian’s family, she’s able to pull him back from the edge. Amelia is also related to Meryn, giving Meryn connections to four powerful families⎯five if you include Darian’s. I can’t really say much about Darian because other than his spiralling condition, this book focuses more on Amelia and Meryn. I will say though, the description of him in his robe was damn hot.
MY SAVIOR is told in dual POVs and in the epilogue we were introduced to a new character who will get the next book. When I started reading this series, I assumed it was going to be six books long because there are six men living in the house. But an event in this book had me questioning my assumption, so I checked out the author’s Facebook page and found out that she’s planning about twenty books in this series. Twenty books!!! While I don’t mind reading a series, I do get turned off from reading one that has more than ten books in it. Trying to keep track of characters, events and important information gets too hard, especially when all the books haven’t been released yet. That being said, I will continue with the series because I am enjoying it, but once I finish with the next two books that I’ve already bought, I think I’m going to hold off until several more books have been released. Once again, there were a lot of laughs to be had (vaginoplasty⎯enough said), but this book was dark and sad in parts. Looking forward to book # 5.
My Savior (Bewitched and Bewildered # 4)
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