When a knight, Sir Patrew of Trava, infiltrates sorceress Embekah Mare’s home, a magical backlash renders her unconscious. She awakens to discover a spell of entrapment binding them both inside the manor’s walls. Now forced to live with him after twenty years of solitude and exile, she must navigate her way through alternating feelings of distrust and attraction.As the weeWhen a knight, Sir Patrew of Trava, infiltrates sorceress Embekah Mare’s home, a magical backlash renders her unconscious. She awakens to discover a spell of entrapment binding them both inside the manor’s walls. Now forced to live with him after twenty years of solitude and exile, she must navigate her way through alternating feelings of distrust and attraction.As the weeks pass with no end in sight of the hex, a shape-shifting spirit arrives inside the magical barrier’s walls to target Embekah specifically. When she seeks out Patrew’s help against this new threat, she uncovers a secret in his past that could very well destroy her future. With the help of her trusty toad Halscrad, Embekah must see through the deceit and find something long lost to her.But not everything is as it seems. With lies all around her, Embekah finds the truth to be more elusive than the freedom right outside her manor. Can she survive long enough to figure out what’s real and what isn’t?...
|Title||:||Spell of Entrapment|
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Spell of Entrapment Reviews
If the story has knights, mages, sorceresses, action, betrayal, and is written well, that author has a fan for life. Jeffrey Beesler now has himself another devoted reader. The world he creates in this novel is great. The magic is exciting, the story is fast paced, and the twists had me guessing and second guessing myself at every turn. Embekah is the sorceress who would love nothing more than to live life in peace with her toad, Halscrad. Patrew is the knight who simply won't leave her alone. When a spell gone wrong traps them both in her house, you really have to wonder... will they get past their differences, will they work together to escape? Who would have thought that being trapped in a house could have been such a mindblowing story? Jeff does a great job of throwing in new elements and revealing shocking secrets, all of which lead to a fantastic final twist that will leave you with your mouth hanging. If you're a fan of epic fantasy or books about magic, Spell of Entrapment is a great book for you to look up. This one gets five stars from me. :DMemorable moment:"Fine." Embekah's hands brightened up in an aura demonstrating her magical prowess. "Since you've broken into my house, it's only fitting that you should stay a spell." The chamber exploded with energy. Patrew shielded his eyes too late to protect them from the full effect. He uttered something Embeka didn't catch as her magic kicked up a fierce wind in the confines of her hall. Embekah shrieked the darkest of laughs, her inner core trembling as the enchantment ran its course. Never before had she used her talents so ominously, but she couldn't deny the sick satisfaction she got from producing such power. As the spell reached its apex, Embekah's body suddenly drained of strength, causing her to collapse on upon her floor.
I'm so glad I bought this book - and stayed up all night to read it! It was such an amazing read I can barely begin to describe it. I give major kudos to Mr. Beesler who had 95% of the book take place in the same house and still make it interesting. Not once was I bored reading this - I couldn't put it down! I usually pride myself on figuring out all the angles of a story before I reach the end, but this was not the case with this book. So many twists and turns that every time I thought I figured it out, the next page would shoot my theory down. The story ended in yet another surprise twist that did not disappoint. I was rooting for Embekah the entire book, hoping and praying she found some happiness in the end of the book. As I said before, the ending was a total surprise but looking back, I don't see how it could have ended any other way to leave me satisfied. Again the twists and turns kept me guessing at every moment, so my loyalty to the other characters shifted back and forth as I read. But I always rooted for Embekah. Such a wonderful character; developed so well, she had real depth to her. Jeffrey Beesler has found a fan for life as I'll read any of his future works without hesitation. This book grabbed me from the start and took me for a wild ride. Such an amazing story that I won't soon forget.