hundred and eighteen years is a longtime to wait for
someone, but thatís how long Duse has been waiting for Devon
to return to him. The Watcher knew his love would be
reincarnated and the wait has been hell but the worst is yet
to come. She finally returns to him as Skylar. Duse must
make her believe she is meant to be his mate and consummate
there relationship in order to keep her safe from Asmoday, a
Watcher who has chosen the path of evil. Already
responsible for the death of Duseís brotherís mate, Asmoday
will stop at nothing to bring despair to the Ammadon clan.
knew her ability to manipulate matter which leads to the
power to heal was not something everyone could do and
meeting Duse she knew he was special, but not as special as
the stories he was trying to convince her were true.
Skylarís ability and her beauty is more reason Duse needs to
cast the protective spell around her as quickly as possible,
as he will soon find Asmoday is not the only one he needs to
protect her from.
I see a glossary in the beginning of a story, I know it will
be a sit down and pay attention type of story and
Subtle Magic is definitely that. Itís an
interesting read thatís tackles a very complex story line
that is highly sexually driven. Sex is the power of this
story. Subtle Magic held my attention even
though I was confused at times and had to re-read certain
passages. There are so many strong characters that are vital
to the story with their own stories that at times I found it
to be too much. I applaud Beth Kery for keeping it
straight, she really did a good job. Subtle Magic
is a very intriguing story.