Book Review: Spellbound In His Arms by Angel Sefer

spelllbound in his arms

Jackie and Michael meet in a mansion on the Greek island of Corfu under gloomy circumstances which do not allow them the luxury of pleasantries. They’re both there with a secret agenda and despite their immediate physical attraction towards each other, from the word go they strive to overcome their suspicions and caution.

The sexual tension between them soon becomes too unbearable to resist. As they join forces to solve a murder case, they kiss every now and then with passion, only to regret it moments later, their desire once again overcome by doubt and apprehension about the other’s true motives and intentions.

With the breaking news of more than one murder on the island and a vicious, unidentified killer lurking in the shadows, the lives of Jackie and Michael soon become a whirlwind of agony and fear.

This novel is an easy read and can be devoured in one sitting, especially as the author manages to keep the reader on their toes with constant twists and turns in the plot. The climax is delivered satisfactorily with one surprise after the next, bringing the two protagonists to a happy ending.

The first book in Angel Sefer’s Greek Isles Series is an intriguing read that will satisfy every avid reader of romance and mystery.  The author is masterful in her ability to keep the reader guessing. I’m now looking forward to reading the second book in the series.

My rating:     5 stars

An intriguing murder mystery

Do you enjoy mystery and romance? This book is for you! Check it out on Amazon now.

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