Sara Myers has an ordinary life. She
doesnít think thereís anything special about her at all,
until one night a strangely dressed man appears in her
bedroom. The man claims sheís a witch and heís there to
protect her. Suddenly, Saraís life is turned upside-down.
Torian Le Fury has been waiting for a
long time to find his mate. Now that heís found Sara, he is
determined to protect her from the Dark Ones who seek to
steal her power when she reaches her thirtieth birthday.
Will the stubborn Sara accept his help, and help him save
her world and his?
In The Wizardís Spell, Cynthia Eden does a
good job of creating a parallel world in which magic reigns
and technology is shunned. Ms. Eden also did well weaving
action in with romance and back-story. Torian is the
perfect tortured hero. His past, and the great strength it
would take to overcome it, makes him easy to empathize
with. Even his bossy, overprotective moments made sense in
light of his history. Sara, on the other hand, was the flaw
in this book. While I enjoyed her stubbornness at times, at
other times she drove me insane. There were several
instances in which she knew she was in danger, yet she
refused to listen to Torian or let him help her. Puh-lease,
woman! A life or death situation is no time to be arguing.
Fortunately, the interesting secondary characters and
storyline soothed most of my annoyance with Sara. Although
The Wizardís Spell wasnít perfect, the book
kept me entertained, and I would like to see some of the
secondary characters get their own stories.