Okay, by now, you should have figured out that I’ve completely fallen into this series. Now at some point this week, I’m going to have to read Clockwork Alchemist because we’re talking about it in my Facebook group next week. But I had to read Harley Merlin and the Broken Spell. I mean, Katherine had managed to complete the first ritual in the last book.
Harley’s dad Hiram placed a suppressor in Harley to prevent magicals from finding Harley. However, in the last book, that suppressor cracked. Now Harley is being racked by Chaos every morning. It hurts her so much.
Wade Crowley is completely head over heels for Harley. However, he’s not sure how to show it or if he even should. They did kiss at the end of last book, but they decided to wait until later to talk about them as a couple.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
Harley Merlin and the Broken Spell begins with Harley having a Chaos attack. So much has happened to Harley since she joined the SDC. Leonidas Levi is unwilling to let Harley move freely as he’s scared of her capabilities. Harley, with Wade and Tatyana, travels to New Orleans to find Marie, the Voodoo Queen.
All kinds of action take place in this book, from Harley losing her soul to Katherine working on the second ritual. Harley even meets a Child of Chaos. Want to know what else happens, including what Wade and Harley decide about their relationship? Read the book!
Thanks to Kayla for recommending this series to me. I love it and have downloaded book six! One of my favorite pieces is how the POVs change with each book, alternating between Harley and another character. Getting to read Wade’s in this book was very awesome. Now I’m off to read book six. If you like magic where people can control different elements, then this one is for you! Harley Merlin and the Broken Spell is available on Kindle Unlimited.
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And in case you hadn’t figured it out, my plan for 2021 is to write a blog post for each book I read. Last year, I read 150 books. We’ll see how I do this year.