Dark, dangerous, magical men who live to annihilate evil.
Magic didn't just find Luke Caulfield. It chased him down, bludgeoned him, and has been dogging him ever since. Some lessons are harder than others, but Luke embraces danger, upping the ante to give it one better. An enforcer for the Coven, a large, established group of witches, his latest assignment is playing bodyguard to the daughter of Coven leaders.
Abigail Ruskin is chaperoning a spoiled 12-year-old from New York to her parents' home in Utah Territory when Luke gets on their stagecoach in Colorado. A powerful witch herself, Abigail senses Luke's magic, but has no idea what he's doing on her stagecoach. Stuck between the petulant child and Luke's raw sexual energy, Abigail can't wait for the trip to end.
Unpleasant truths surface about the child. While Abigail's struggling with those, wraiths, wolves, and dark mages launch an attack. Luke's so attracted to Abigail, she's almost all he can think about, but he's leery too. The child is just plain evil. Is Abigail in league with her? It might explain the odd attack that took out their driver and one of their horses. In over his head, he summons enforcer backup.
Will they help him save the woman he's falling in love with, or demand her immediate execution?
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A nice blend of action, suspense and romance woven
I love how Ann weaves together paranormal with adventure, romance, drama, putting her own spin on things mystical and magical.
When the coven enforcers were working together to battle evil while working hard to protect and save their own and the romantic interest of one enforcer.
My favorite character was Abigail. I like the way Hollie infused emotion and energy into the written words.
When evil lurks in unexpected places, Coven Enforcers come to the rescue...
I enjoyed Blood and Magic, the first in the Coven Enforcers series by Ann Gimbel. Be sure to read/listen to this first before moving on to the other stories in the series...and be sure to experience the whole series.
A very good Story