Book Review: Spellbound Dark Spell Series Book 3, by Michelle Escamilla

Spellbound (Dark Spell Series Book 3)Spellbound by Michelle Escamilla

  • Print Length: 98 pages
  • Publication Date: March 18, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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    Stationary Book Tag


    Today, I was surprised to be tagged and so  I am busy completing the Stationary Book Tag! Thank you, Jasmine, at How Useful It Is for tagging me! Her blog is a great mix of awards and really well-written book reviews. She has an impressive amount of book reviews on her blog. You should check her blog out.

    Also, thank you RiverMooseReads for creating this awesome tag! Her blog is also a nice mix of book reviews and book tags.


    The Rules:

    • Thank the creator: Sam @ RiverMooseReads
    • Answer the questions.
    • Add pictures! (If you want to)
    • Tag (about) 5 people.


    Pencils || Favorite MG or children’s book


    The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett.

    Pens || A basic staple for any reader


    Great Expectations, is a book every library should have. It is emotionally charged and wonderfully told. Want to see a review on this wonderful book? Here is mine.

    Notebooks || What books do you own multiple copies of


    The  Harry Potter Series .. I have the entire collection in paperback and hardback.

    Markers || A book with a beautiful cover


    I am reading this now and I am loving this cover. I will have my review up in a day or two.

    Glue || Two characters that work well together even if they aren’t together

    Hansel and Gretel, Otherwise known as drawing a blank.

    Scissors || What book would you like to destroy

    I can find something worthwhile in a book, even if it seems like it was written by high school students. That was my harshest review comment and it still haunts me that I was so hard.

    Art kit || What completed series do you own


    The Dark Spell series by Michelle Escamilla. wonderful series. Want to read a review on this series? Here is mine


    I TAG||

    C The Happy Meerkat @ Happy Meerkat Reviews

    Stefanie  @ Your Daughters Bookshelf

    Lauren @ Comma Hangover

    Tookii @ Things to do With Kids

    Cathy  @ Joy Unspeakable and Full of Glory

    Review for Wicked Spell

    Wicked Spell (Dark Spell, #2)Wicked Spell by Michelle Escamilla
    My rating: 5 of 5 stars

    I was so excited to get a copy of Wicked Spell, the sequel to Dark Secret. I was not disappointed at all. I adore Emma and was so glad to have Micah make an appearance in the book. There are several new characters in this book that had great personalities as well.

    Kyle has a new girl in his life and she and Emma get to have some fun girl outings.

    Michelle really makes you feel the emotions Emma struggles within the story. The darkness of the first book is still evident in the second and you get to see Emma as she learns how to use her power.

    This was a great read. It has a lot of energy that kept me reading well into the night. Another great book. I can’t wait to see what she has to offer next.

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    Book Review: Dark Secret

    Dark SecretDark Secret by Michelle Escamilla
    My rating: 5 of 5 stars

    I was provided this ARC book by the author. I stayed up late reading this book because I couldn’t sleep until I finished it. It was great. I loved Emma and her funny ways. Her relationship with Kyle is such a great friendship, they cracked me up with their antics.

    When Micah first entered her life I could feel the sexual tension starting to build and it was great. Her dreams of Micah were so sexy and hot. She wanted to meet him again.

    I wanted them to get together and find that extreme heat. There was something dark about Micah. He talked of the darkness and wanted Emma to embrace that darkness. That made me question him a bit. I wanted them to have it all and I still do.

    But there was a concern he showed for her that seemed very tender.

    The book had emotional highs and lows and Michelle really knows how to bring those emotions to life. The characters are amazingly real. You can feel the love between Kyle and Emma. They are perfect room mates and friends. They don’t pull any punches with each other.

    The secrets that have been kept from Emma are terrible and easy to see why she would start having trust issues.

    If you like well written characters and a rich plot then you will like this as much as I did. I can not wait for the next book. I hope it comes out soon as I have been left wanting to know what happens next.

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