Review: A Vampire Bewitched by L.E. WILSON

Posted on May 23, 2019 by Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading in Can You Read a series in a month, Reviews / 20 Comments

Review:  A Vampire Bewitched by L.E. WILSONTitle: A Vampire Bewitched
Author(s): L.E. Wilson
Series: Deathless Night #1
Also in this series: A Vampire's Vengeance
Published by Everblood Publishing on December 19, 2014
Pages: 302
Genre(s): Paranormal Romance
Source: Purchase
Format: eBook
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It’s been seven years since Nikulas’ brother walked out the door of his Seattle apartment and never came back. All he knew was that the he was on his way to meet with the leader of a neighboring vampire colony who’d been causing trouble, and neither of them have been seen since. Now, with the first lead he's had in years, Nikulas discovers that a witch went missing around the same time. Coincidence? No way. And even better, she has a sister. And that sister is hot. Nikulas knows as soon as he sets eyes on Emma's strawberry-blonde head that he should stay away from her...the moment he tastes her blood, he knows he won’t be able to. Because Emma is HIS.
Seven years after Emma witnessed her sister’s kidnapping, there’s still no sign of what happened to her. She, herself, spent three months in the hospital after the “bear” attack, and still has the scars to prove it. Now, as day after day passes with no news of her sister, she has to fight against the loss of hope…until she gets a phone call from a seductive stranger who claims to have new information. He seems harmless with his teasing manner and Hollywood pretty-boy looks, but she can sense a predatory air of danger about him. Instead of warning her away, however, she finds herself irresistibly drawn to him, and agrees to go with him on a rescue mission to find their missing siblings.
Although Nikulas aches to keep Emma with him always, a ghost from the past won’t let him. And he soon finds out that she her own demons to fight. Determined to resist the Blood Hunger, Nikulas decides that she deserves more than spending her life with a vampire, even if it means losing his own in the process. However, Emma is just as determined to prove to him that they can fight their ghosts…together.

This book includes mature content and is not suitable for readers under 17.

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Following my completion of A Vampire’s Submission (book 5) as part of a review tour, I purchased the previous books in the series. That is how much I had enjoyed that installment. Now I have finished A Vampire Bewitched (book one) I can honestly say I got my money’s worth.
In this installment, we meet Niklaus a vampire and Emma who has no idea she is a witch.
She has no clue of the powers she can wield. Seven years ago, she witnessed her sister’s kidnapping at the hands of monstrous creatures. Since then she dedicated her life trying to find her but her searches proved fruitless, but she refused to give up hope. The memories of that fateful night still haunts her.
Nikulas a vampire has searching for his brother who went missing seven years ago. His search led him to Emma, whom he believes is the link to finding his brother.
Their initial interaction did not go so well. Their attraction to each other was instantaneous; however, despite this Emma thought he was an arrogant ass. To top it all she did not believe the information he relayed regarding her sister’s disappearance. She had a harder time accepting she was a witch. Nick recognized he had his work cut out for him in getting her to believe and trust him.
I enjoyed the camaraderie between the characters. Although this is Emma and Nik’s story, the character that got me all excited was Aiden, Nick’s guardian and best friend. He stroked my funny bone and had me laughing throughout the story.
Nik, though a badass, swoon worthy vampire struggled with issues from his past. These issues fed his fears, which resulted in him fighting his attraction to Emma.
I admired Emma’s show of strength. She has been through hell and back, but she is a survivor.  However, there was a point in the story where her fears got the better of her.
I found the romance heartwarming, sweet and sexy.  Their romance felt real, despite their instant connection. Their emotions leapt off the pages.
I loved the author’s writing style. The story was fun and riveting. It hooked me from the first page. I had a hard time putting it down. I laughed, I shed a few tears, and the story kept me on my toes. I did not want it to end.
Conclusion/Recommendation
Overall, this was a great start to the series. I cannot wait to get to the next book in the series.

About L.E. Wilson

L.E. Wilson writes Paranormal Romance starring intense alpha males and the women who are fearless enough to tame them—for the most part anyway. 😉 In her novels you’ll find smoking hot scenes, a touch of suspense, a bit of gore, and multifaceted characters, all working together to combine her lifelong obsession with the paranormal and her love of romance.

Her writing career came about the usual way: on a dare from her loving husband. Little did they know just one casual suggestion would open a box of worms (or words as the case may be) that would forever change their lives.

Lattes and music are a necessary part of her writing process, and sometimes you’ll find her typing away at her favorite Starbucks. She walks two miles to get there, to make up for all of those coffees.

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20 responses to “Review: A Vampire Bewitched by L.E. WILSON

  1. a vampire and a witch story, this series looks super interesting 😀 and humor. I need to check out book 1.

  2. Santiago Yadira

    Great review. I might check it out. If I ever finish my long tbr. Lol

  3. Katie @ Book Ink Reviews

    I love when secondary characters become so important to the overall feel of the character developments! Thanks for the review.

  4. Lindy Gomez

    Aiden sounds like a wonderful secondary character! I love when a character makes me laugh! Nik sounds like such a swoony vampire, and I love how you describe the romance between him and Emma! I can see why you didn’t want this story to end!

    Lindy@ A Bookish Escape

  5. Debbie Haupt

    I love when that happens Nadene and I’m glad you could go back and enjoy book 1 after reading book 5. Thanks it looks good