Suddenly Spellbound (The Ivie McKie Chronicles Book 2) by Erica Lucke Dean

Suddenly Spellbound (The Ivie McKie Chronicles Book 2)Suddenly Spellbound by Erica Lucke Dean
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Have you ever come across one of those books that as soon as you get it you have to drop all others and read it? Suddenly Spellbound was one of those books for me, I absolutely loved the first book in The Ivie McKie Chronicles, Suddenly Sorceress. Ivie and her friends on their adventure was just so hilarious that I was still thinking about it and getting a bit of a laugh days, if not weeks later. Definitely one of my favorites last year so needless to say I was excited to get a copy of the second book to review.

I don’t want to say too much about the plot since this is the second book in the series but in Suddenly Spellbound we pick up with Ivie and her friends again shortly after their adventure in the first book. Ivie’s father is back in her life and has a scheme of his own pulling Ivie back into the world of magic much to Jack’s dismay.

Really, all I want to say here is run out and read this series!! Erica Lucke Dean has done it again with another fun adventure in magic but this time we go a little deeper and even have a few touching emotional moments mixed with the laughter. The book still kept the overall light hearted feel to the story though even with the direction the story line takes in the book keeping the reader still laughing all throughout.

Anything Ivie seems to do with magic still turns into one big outrageously comical adventure and I absolutely love spending time with all of the characters in this series so far and joining them on one mishap after another. My only complaint came at the end of the book when it ended on a cliffhanger, but then I ended up excited that it means I should get to enjoy another book in this series someday.

Overall, highly enjoy this series, definitely recommend to any fan of chick lit and/or paranormal.

I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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2 replies

  1. I’ve resisted reading this so far but can’t wait much longer – agree with your recommendation to others about running out to read this series, the first book was brilliant and it sounds, from your review, like Erica has maintained that standard in this one, too!

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    • Well, the good news is as long as you put it off the shorter of a wait you’ll have until the next one… huge cliffhanger ending. I haven’t seen anything about it continuing but it just has to! 🙂

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