Sunday, July 10, 2011

Review: Bound by Sophie Oak

Bound by Sophie Oak

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Fantasy Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Megan Starke has never been special to anyone. With an unrewarding job and a failed marriage, no one would confuse her life with a fairy tale. So when she is kidnapped and taken to a magical world to be the grand prize in a fierce and bloody tournament, she isn’t sure if she is in a dream or a nightmare.

Beckett Finn was supposed to be Prince Charming. He and his brother, Cian, were to inherit the throne of the Seelie Fae and rule over a fantasy kingdom. But the thrust of a traitor’s blade stole that future. Now the brothers are fading, cursed by their royal blood unless they find a mate who can restore them. When Beck sees Meg, her body calls to him and he knows she is the key to their salvation.

Bound by passion and fate, it’s time for Meg to find her happily ever after.

Monica's Review

Sophie Oak is an amazing author/writer. When reading the synopsis for this book I just had to read it. Imagine three different worlds, earth plane, vampire plane and faery plane. A human is abducted and taken to faery plane to be sold to whom ever survived a fierce fight. This story is full of adventure, passion and is somewhat humorous in its own way.

Megan does some dumb moves after she is in journey to her new home with her husband Beckett. She needs to realize that she is not on earth and the forest is full of paranormal creatures that may ruin her journey. Megan is going to learn the hard way but a little to late when she realizes that she does not want to go back home.

Beckett is a warrior that has a terrible temper and I despised him in the beginning of the story. He treated Megan so trashy that it made me sick. After reading more of his story it brought me to adore him and realize that he could be a wonderful husband. Beckett denies that he is a dominant lover that enjoys rough sex but since he was younger his father told him that that is not a way to treat a lady. So he represses his sexual hunger but Megan changes everything.

From the moment that Cain was introduced into the story he just entered my heart. He is everything that Beckett is not. He is caring, loving, in touch with his feelings and has no problem expressing them. When Beckett leaves him alone with Megan it is their time to bond and become one. Once Cain is rehabilitated back to his senses he tries to woo her and finally make love to her.

I fell in love with the characters in this story especially with a little vampire named “Dante.” Dante is an awesome vampire that is full of spunk. He makes this story humorous when he comes near Megan and teases her in front of Beckett. It seems that he might have a death wish. Dante is full of life and a real charmer but he cannot come close in charming his way into Megan because no matter what she has fallen for Beckett even if she does not know it.

I enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to anyone that enjoys reading fantasy books. Read and see how Megan realizes that she no longer belongs back on earth but belongs with her husbands in the faery plane. See how she is able to save her husbands from an evil woman that seems to believe she has the right to kill the kings.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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