Breaking the Bond (The Witches of Spring Hill #2) by Patricia Proctor {Review}

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Breaking the Bond (The Witches of Spring Hill, #2)
Published: June 29, 2013
Genre: Paranormal, Young Adult

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Now that the Alexanders and Silvans have seen what they are capable of together, they believe that they are prepared for anything. But when a sexy stranger shows up at a party, Rowan is the first to suspect that there is more to this girl than meets the eye. With her newfound abilities, Rowan hopes to uncover the mystery of the new girl, while protecting Chloe and Cian from whatever… or whoever is breaking their bond. And although Kaiden can tell there’s something going on with his sisters, he’s having a hard time focusing on anything but Brianna Silvan.

Determined to unlock the secrets of their past, Brianna and Cian Silvan open the books that were left to them. In doing so, they raise more questions than answers and open themselves up to more than just their history. In searching for the missing third book, they encounter someone who has a vested interest in them and their books. Liam Alexander remains focused on protecting his family, but between dealing with two break-ins and coping with Rowan’s new abilities, he is forced to put his trust in Xavier… until one of them breaks their agreement. 


The Silvans and the Alexanders must join together again, this time to stop the forces that threaten to separate them for good. But they won’t have to do it alone… they’ll get help from someone whose arrival in town will change all of their lives forever. Bonds will be broken, new relationships will begin, and new abilities will manifest, making this a summer no one will ever forget.

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This story got better and better with every turn or should I say with every swipe of the page. The two sets of twins continue to come into their powers but Rowan seems to be getting more than she bargained for. Putting this book down was extremely hard as I kept feeling pulled into the story and connecting with everyone of the characters.

After rejoicing for Chloe and Cian I am now looking forward to the next book to see what happens with Rowan and Xavier. High praise for this amazing author and I highly recommend this book!

 

 

Patricia Proctor

 

I’m a writer. I’m a wife. I’m a cat mommy. I’m a daughter. I’m a sister. I’m a friend. I’m an aunt. 

I’m a granddaughter. I’m a niece.

I live in Seattle. I love the rain. I’m inspired by the city everyday.

I love to read. I enjoy eating good food. I am a good cook! I enjoy spending my time with people who make me laugh, people who make me think, and people who help me to see the world a little differently.

I’m open. I’m honest. I’m friendly. I’m passionate. At times, I can be snarky and moody. I’m not who I thought I would be 20 years ago, but I like who I turned out to be much better.

I believe in karma. I believe that everything happens for a reason.

And I believe that life is a journey and it will only ever be what you make of it.

 

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