Today the tour bus is headed over to Anastasia Robson-Wolfe’s blog for one of the first reviews of Denai Bound. Anastasia recently wrote a wonderful review for Denai Touch which can be found here
Big thanks to Anastasia for hosting me on my blog tour.
Here’s the review: Originally posted on Ramblings of An Awkward Anastasia
For Cate this is one of the most hardest times, having to come to terms with the situation at hand Cate has to become the Grand Mistress. Luckily Cate’s mum steps in as a temporary Grand Mistress to relieve the stress.
As well as taking on such a massive amount of responsibility Cate has to deal with the emotional roller-coaster that is marriage which is a difficult aspect for Cate as in the past she has hated the idea of a relationship let alone marriage.
Strange events unfold as more and more of the coven’s council disappear one after another making the coven not trust Cate and feel she is too young and unreliable for such a thing as Grand Mistress. Can Cate and the team solve this mystery before it’s too late?.
I loved reading Denai Bound Just as much as I loved Denai Touch, I really appreciated the fact that Denai Bound was just as exciting and thrilling as Denai Touch and is a brilliant second book to lead on with.