Love Spells, Full Moons, and Silver Bullets | Review

Title: Love Spells, Full Moons, and Silver Bullets
Series: Clayridge Chronicles #1
Author: Cameron Allie
Pages: 462 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 1 March 2022
Rating: ★★★★


What do you do when your ex boyfriend’s werewolf boss wants to feast on the mortal you’ve sworn to protect?

Quinn was unaware of the love potion her meddling cat dumped into her tea, so when Ian Hannigan ends up injured on her property, she thinks she’s dealing with another mortal, not the man who can help mend her heart. Her life becomes a balancing act as she attempts to keep him safe, while hiding secrets better left buried.

In a realm filled with things that go bump in the night, Ian didn’t expect to find security and happiness in the arms of a green skinned witch, yet for the first time since his parents tragic car crash, he’s found some measure of peace. The rumours he hears in Clayridge aren’t pleasant, but Ian knows there’s more to Quinn than what people would have him believe. If he’s placed his trust in the wrong hands he’ll be paying with more than just his heart. He’ll pay with his life.

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This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Cameron Allie!

Love Spells, Full Moons, and Silver Bullets is the first book in the Clayridge Chronicles and tells the story of Quinn and Ian.

Love Spells, Full Moons, and Silver Bullets is the first book I’ve read by Cameron Allie, and I really enjoyed it! When I read the synopsis of this book, I was really interested in Quinn’s story and I’m happy that I picked up this book! This story is filled with interesting characters, different beings such as witches, vampires, hellhounds, … and, of course, love! Love Spells, Full Moons, and Silver Bullets is a great first book in a series, and I’m looking forward to reading the other books in the Clayride Chronicles.

Quinn and Ian are both fun and interesting characters, and I liked getting to know them. Quinn is a green witch with earth and healing magic, and Ian is a human firefighter from a different world. I liked seeing Quinn and Ian grow towards each other, and fall for each other. I also liked the side characters such as Lucifer, Rowan and Alec. I’m interested in Rowan and Alec’s story!

Although I really enjoyed reading Love Spells, Full Moons, and Silver Bullets, I think that it was a bit too long. Some stuff wasn’t that important or there was just a bit too much information. But besides that, I really liked reading this book and I think that Cameron Allie created an interesting world with likeable characters. I hope that Blood Lust and Black Magic, the second book in the series, comes out soon!