Book Twenty-Nine of 2013: UNDER A SPELL by Hannah Jayne



Count your blessings, guard your curses—and watch your back…
Sophie Lawson was seriously hoping life at the UDA would get back to relative normal now that her boss Pete Sampson has been reinstated. Unfortunately, her new assignment is sending her undercover into a realm where even the most powerful paranormals fear to tread…her old high school. Being a human immune to magic is no defense against soulless picture-perfect mean girls—or a secret witch coven about to sacrifice a missing female student. And Sophie’s Guardian, uber-proper Englishman Will, is determined to convince Sophie he’s the kind of temptation she should indulge in permanently. Now, as the clock ticks down to apocalypse, he and Sophie will have to summon every trick in the book to battle devilish illusion, lethal sorcery—and betrayals they’ll never see coming…

I received this First Reads Goodreads Giveaway book for an honest review.

This book is going to be in bookshelves August 16, 2013.

I won the ARC through a Goodreads giveaway and was excited to read it. Sure, it was the newest edition to a series I never knew of, but I was interested. Plus, I love free books. They are almost better than new books or used books. Really, just that its a book is a reason for excitement.

Anyways, the last book I read was the first book of this series. I have to say this, what the first book lacked, this one made up for it. And then some. The humor and chicklit feel is still there. Sophie is still an everyday kind of woman who may be full of self pity at times, but she’s stronger in this book than the last. Of course, she has her own vices, but a good character does.

The world seems to be more concrete  and equally as fascinating as in the first book of the series. I’m going to have to get the other past books now so that I can be up to speed with other Hannah Jayne fans.

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