I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Cecy Robson
Released: March 10th 2015
Series: Weird Girls #5
Published by Loveswept
“Cecy Robson did another magnificent job with this novel. It was equally hilarious, heart breaking and action filled romance story .” ~ Under the Covers
A Curse Unbroken is Celia and Aric’s final book but the Wird Sister’s adventure in the world of magic, shape shifters, vamps and witches is no where close to ending. Cecy Robson did another magnificent job with this novel. It was equally hilarious, heart breaking and action filled romance story.
Yes, Celia and Aric has gone through quite a bit of hell but in this book they will finally get their happy-ever-after. Of course, Cecy Robson will not make easy on them.
This book started right when A Curse Bloodline had ended but with just a little overlap of the stories. There were suppose to be a happy-ever-after, instead, there was complete chaos to ruin the moment. Evil yet again threaten everyone’s lives and targets them at their most vulnerable state. The Question is, can they handle another problem so soon? Of course they can. Celia and Aric have never been stronger. Despite the hardships in this installment, I felt their unity. It was a sweet beginning and even a sweeter end. This may be their HEA book but I have a feeling we will see more of them.
I can’t help but feel afraid for Taran and Gemini’s relationship. Ms. Robson gives us a glimpse of what’s to come but I’m sure the little preview we get didn’t even touch the surface. As far as Emme, well, I feel like a whole monkey was lifted off my shoulder. I couldn’t bare the heartaches she wentg through. I can already tell that it’s going to be a heart wrenching story.
*ARC provided by publisher
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