Blood Magic is book 3 in the Ariel Kimber Series.
Ariel Kimber isn’t your average seventeen-year-old girl. She’s recently discovered she’s a witch with magic and is looking to find her place in a brand-new world. Her place in this new world is in a coven with seven guys.
After all of the horrible things she’s been forced to endure, Ariel was looking forward to building her new life with the family she’s found herself a part of and focusing on healing with Dash after what Chucky did to the both of them. After the blood that had been spilled, they all struggle to put those memories and the incident behind them. It’s easier said than done, though.
Quinton is plagued with guilt and the rest of them struggle with the fact that they almost lost one of their brothers and Ariel is left with a permanent reminder of the incident.
New bonds are forged, and just as things are starting to settle down again for Ariel and her coven, the Council of Elders makes it’s first appearance in Ariel’s life. And they don’t plan on going anywhere any time soon.
I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review.
This series is amazing the more I learn about these guys I love them more and more. They are each so different but I find each trait fits each guy perfectly and it is something that complements Ariel. I love the way Ariel is learning all she can about the guys. It is heartwarming to see all the guys want to be with her and do things for Ariel.
So I adore Tyson and find myself falling for Quinton AKA panty thief. Loving me a little salt and pepper sandwich just saying. The couch scene with Julian was just yeah these guys amaze me with the care and concern they have for Ariel. It cracks me up that Ariel talks about stealing Dash’s cat. But the relationship that I am most interested in is Ariel and Damien. He has intrigued me since the start. To see someone not want any part of Ariel to watching all the things he does for her just makes my heart skip a beat.
I love seeing the guys and Ariel’s relationships evolve. There ewe so much going on in this book mostly finding out more secrets Ariel’s mother had hidden away. To the council that by the way makes my skin crawl and looks like they will be stirring things up for Ariel and her men for a while. I loved how Ariel stood her ground and said what she wanted to the council even if it made her men nervous the way she spoke to the council. Ariel is on a mission and is not going to stop let’s just hope she doesn’t open up Pandora’s Box. I cannot wait to see what happens next and learn more about the guys and Ariel.
Mary Martel was born in West Michigan and spent the majority of her life there. She currently resides in North Dakota with her husband, and her two beautiful daughters. She’s an avid reader, and when not writing she can be found with her nose stuck in a book.