Mind Magic : Body Magic

  • by Poppy Dennison
  • Narrated by Robert G. Davis
  • Series: Body Magic
  • 6 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Magical species must never mix. According to the rules, Simon Osborne should ignore the children's cries for help. After all, they're werewolf cubs, and he's an apprentice mage. But for once in his life, Simon breaks the rules and rescues the cubs, saving them from a demon intent on draining them of their magic.
Of course, all actions have consequences, and Simon's bold move earns him the displeasure of his peers and the attention of the cubs' alpha, a man named Gray Townsend.
The last thing Gray needs is a mage in his life, but Simon did save his son. Since Simon is now a friend of the pack, Gray doesn't have much choice about it-or the forbidden attraction that goes along with it. Unfortunately for the alpha, he needs Simon's help to track down the demon behind the kidnappings-before it strikes again. Simon and Gray must join forces to protect the pack, even as they struggle to resist the temptation that threatens to destroy them both.

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A really nice bad book

It's hardly possible to honestly say it's a good piece of work, but it was enjoyable and I don't regret purchasing it.
Do not expect it to be anywhere near as good as Dresden Files or Iron Druid Chronicles.
It seems to have been written by someone far too inexperienced. It totally lacks insight and credibility. The plot is predictable and, in general, often appears to be just an excuse to explore very simple fantasies and desires. The romance has no depth to it and the sex scenes (completely unnecessary btw) are flat out embarrassing.
Still, it does capture attention and won't let you get bored. You may also find some of the characters, regardless of how flat they are, quite likeable and it will take you to some really nice, if slightly (polite understatement) naive or cheesy places. Whether we care to admit it or not, it may also appeal to the simple human longings we share. There's love, acceptance, family and magic and it's all good things.

The narrator isn't bad. At least his voice isn't annoying. I do think, however, that his interpretation adds to the issues I've mentioned before. As far as acting and conveying credible emotions is concerned, it's definitely less than you could expect of a pro.

All in all, I would struggle to admit it out loud in public, but I liked it somewhat:)
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- Miroslaw

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-01-2014
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC