Mariah’s Review of “Spell Tamer” by Laura Greenwood

By: Mariah Brown

I always love reading a Laura Greenwood book because there are so many of them out there. She is the perfect author for when you are wanting something quick, fun, and enjoyable to read. Spell Tamer by was an amazing read that was almost better than the first book in the series.

This is the second book in the Paranormal Criminal Investigations series. In the first book, there was a lot of character and world building information, while the second book was able to focus more on the actual mystery that was happening. I enjoyed how book two combined more of their magic and science together to solve the case.

There were still some points of relationship building between Cassie and her three mates. There were scenes where all of the characters were working together, and then there were one-on-one scenes with Cassie and each of her mates. It made the book more interesting to see how everyone worked together versus the one-on-ones.

If you are looking for a book that is full of romance, this is not for you. The romance in it is very subtle and well placed to where you get the idea of it, but it is not over emphasized. I loved this fact because I was able to see how their relationship developed, but that wasn’t what took over the book. It was very much focused on mystery and science.

I rate this book a 5/5 stars. I loved how the action and adventure were wrapped together with the romance. This book is definitely a must read. I highly recommend reading the first book and then reading this one.

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