: Magebound (Volume 1) (): Katica Locke: Books. Magebound and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Magebound by Katica Locke. Lark, an abused slave, and Lord Sactaren, a powerful mage, discover magic, adventure and steamy, smoldering romance in this. Magebound by Katica Locke: Chapter One. By: Katica Locke. Teaser — Lark is a slave, now the property of the enigmatic Traxen Mage.
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Even if I wanted to smack both of the MCs up the head.
He growls and bats my hand away with a surprisingly heavy paw. The stairs open suddenly into a room crowded with tables and shelves, cages of small animals and strange instruments I can’t begin to describe, nor guess what they do.
I liked it better when magic affected him and the idea of him making the mage’s magic stronger was a better plot than him being a mage. Initially promising voice, some nice writing, but no plot, no erotica to speak off, no real character development, a boring relationship that never does more than scratch the surface, both physically and emotionally.
He can plow, sow, reap, slaughter, woodwork, millwork, stonework Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book. Mainly slash and sex, but who’s complaining?
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. He nudges the unicorn in the ribs, heading toward the castle as he begins to speak. Pellaz01 rated it liked it Apr 10, The author puts considerable effort into building her fantasy world with rich descriptions, and fine details that bring ktica to life. Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms.
Dec 13, Bookwatcher rated it it was amazing Shelves: As Lark delves deeper into his master’s past, he can’t deny that Sactaren has committed his share of atrocities, but a man’s past does not dictate his future, does it?
Magebound Series by Katica Locke
Inexplicably drawn to his master, Lark loxke against his own fears and desires as he works side by side with the seductive mage. No trivia or quizzes yet.
Does that mean he’s sick? He doesn’t seem to notice. Scratch the potential 3 stars. My anticipated excitement did not eventuate and I stopped reading mid-way when all I could think of was to slap MC Lark into the middle of next week with this self-pitying attitude, self-sabotaging behaviour and annoying tendency to blow hot and cold in his interactions with the mage Lord Sactaeren.
Magebound by Katica Locke: Of course I’m going to get my heart broken, but a guy’s gotta dream, right? Of course the narrator has this allergic reaction, and the easiest cure turns out to be, well, lets just say you can get rid of it through some bodily fluids. Because the first half of book 2 is actually the last half of book 1. The old man had died at sea, and the girl was bought up before we’d even stepped off the ship, by a whorehouse, I think.
Unbelievably I’ve had this on my ‘to read list’ for about 5 years. I grew up and still live in Oregon, in the beautiful Willamette Valley. Open Preview See a Problem? The second was that the characters have such intense mood swings that confuse me.
Can Myrran redeem his people and bring an end to a year-long winter? I look back down at the floor. I wait as long as I dare before I answer, begging the clouds to open up, but that one star continues magebiund gleam coldly at me. Aug 30, Laylah rated it it was ok Shelves: Even when writing about faeries or demons or fantasy cultures, the needs are universal.
He’s an interesting study in paradoxes and has been thankfully mageboune with the self-insight that ought to come with superior intellect that other characters so often lack.
Lark never gets punished. Scratch that — they’re all weary looking farmers in battered straw hats.