Review: Wolf Magic by Sascha Illyvich

Wolf Magic by Sascha Illyvich
Release Date: December 23, 2010
Publisher:  Sizzler Editions
Pages: 63
Source:  Author

An enthralling contemporary fantasy, and a passionate romance. Marco and Selene. Werewolf and witch. He is the sexy, rebellious young werewolf whose anger and violence are legendary. She is a sexy, mature witch into whose care the elders of his pack have given Marco. At once she realizes he is more dangerous and powerful that the other werewolves. To Marco she is the most desirable woman he has ever met, and he knows he will never give up until he possesses her. As she attempts to show him wisdom, he subjects her to his very considerable charms. Something has to give-and does. As nights of torrid lovemaking and nights of the full moon when he tears himself from her side alternate, neither suspects that they are at the center of a conspiracy by the leaders of Marco’s pack, or that they may all be pawns in an ancient prophecy from the dawn of time. For the love that binds them both is bringing death nearer with every beat of their hearts. Marco is strong and Selene wise, but these are as nothing to the power of the danger that threatens them.

 

Review:  When I first started reading Wolf Magic it sorta confused me. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that I didn’t like it.

When I read the blurb about the book. I was excited to read it. That being said when I started reading it and finding out about wolves, goddesses, witches, and other things. I just got a little lost.

The blurb didn’t fit the story all that much. It had a good plot and had some suspense with wolves wanting to kill each other. Different ones wanting to get Selene pregnant and carry the plans that was supposed to pan out for the future.

Had great passion between Marco and Selene but still felt like I was missing something and just couldn’t really get into the story. Maybe if the beginning had made better sense. So there was good and bad with this book. I’m not mad that I read it just mad that I couldn’t grasp the whole story.