Title : Wizard’s Wife
Release date : January 15, 2011
Publisher : Class Act Books
Genre : Contemporary / Fantasy Romance
Wizard’s Wife by Toni V. Sweeney is the first book I’ve read by this author and I have to say I liked it. It’s a book full of great characters, a good storyline, and lots of magic and very easy to read.
Megan and David are the main characters and so perfect for each other. But life doesn’t always go how it should be; they are just married and have decided to wait with having children. Megan isn’t too thrilled about that at first, but respect her new husband wishes. Then she discovers that she is pregnant and fears David’s reaction, but she knows she has to tell him. But telling David isn’t the biggest surprise of the day, it appears David has a much greater secret that he needs to share with her. He isn’t exactly human and everything around them is under some glamour spell.
What I loved about Megan and David is their personalities; they are so forgiving towards each other. They both have a secret to share with the other, but are afraid to tell and maybe ruin their relationship. But the moment the secrets are out, it definitely clears the tension between them and they can look to the future from that point.
Ossian and his twin-sister Brigid are David’s servants from the feary world and very protective of Megan and her unborn child. Exeter Dubhtina is David sworn enemy and out to destroy David’s family and their kingdom. The moment Megan steps into the feary world Exeter knows she is the tool to get what he wants. But Megan’s willpower to protect her unborn child and the man she loves is more than Exeter can handle.
Ms. Sweeney has definitely written a great book and left open the possibilities for another book in this storyline. For some reason you can sense that this story hasn’t been told completely, David has one more secret to share with Megan and the future of the is therefore uncertain. I really hope she will write another novel with these characters.
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