Book Review-So I Married A Sorcerer by Kerrelyn Sparks

Book Review-So I Married A Sorcerer by Kerrelyn Sparks

I received this book for free from St. Martins Press in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Book Review-So I Married A Sorcerer by Kerrelyn SparksSo I Married a Sorcerer by Kerrelyn Sparks
Also in this series: How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days, Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon, How to Love Your Elf, The Siren and the Deep Blue Sea
Series: The Embraced #2
Published by St. Martin's Press on August 29th 2017
Genres: Fantasy Romance, Nautical, Royalty
Format: eARC
Source: St. Martins Press
ISBN: 1250108233
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Growing up on the Isle of Moon, Brigitta knows nothing of her past, except that she is Embraced: born with powers that forced her into hiding. Everything changes when she learns she’s a princess, hidden away from her villainous half-brother who now rules the kingdom. But he knows about Brigitta, and he’ll do anything to get her back. Unless a certain roguish pirate has anything to say about it…

Rupert is both an infamous pirate and a sorcerer with the power to harness the wind. He’s been waiting nineteen years for revenge—and he needs Brigitta to get it. What begins as a kidnapping of the fiery beauty turns into a fierce attraction. But can he win the captive princess’s heart?

So I Married A Sorcerer is the second book in the Embraced series. And first off I want to mention how GOOD this book was, just as good if not better than book one. We have our heroine, Brigitta, who grew up on a island,along with her other adopted sisters. Brigitta knows that her fate is destined with the number seven and that it will happen very soon. While traveling with her fellow sisters, to join Luciana in the birth of her child. What they didn’t expect was a mysterious and dangerous man, an infamous pirate who needs Brigitta to get justice for the crimes done against himself and his family. Rupert has had to become a pirate out of necessity. And he isn’t your average pirate leader either. He is also one of the “Embraced” and has special gifts especially when it comes to the wind. He is only looking to get what he deserves, and unfortunately that means putting an innocent woman at risk.

So I Married A Sorcerer is a brilliantly written installment in this new and exciting series. In this book however, we have a sexy love story that takes place on the sea and a bit on dry land. At first it begins as your hero the big bad wolfy pirate kidnapping the lovely heroine for his own “purposes”. However there is a lot more to it than that. Brigitta’s father slaughtered Rupert’s family, the legitimate family to take over the kingdom. They have only reaped power and wealth from the people from this kingdom, and never give back. Rupert has plans to take over the throne again, and become the kind of ruler his people deserve and can respect and support. Now at first, Rupert is a very mysterious character that we see. And boy did I love the aire of mystery and intrigue that surround him. I never know what to expect from this character and these twists give back to the reader some ins and outs of a story that leaves you on edge and the dynamics of the story are never ending. I  honestly had no clue that this story would go from a pirate romance and turn into our heroine battling for the man that she loves, but also for what is right. Once she learns the truth behind Rupert’s past and what terrible acts her family have committed, she wants to right those wrongs even though she is very innocent.

The romance that is written here is sweet and poignant and still full of sturdiness and passion to add various levels of depths for any romance reader. What I really enjoyed about this pair, is how well they end up complimenting each other and how well they fight for each other. And boy do they fight for each other, in all the most important ways. We see the beautiful ways they connect on deep levels of intimacy and how they give back to each other constantly. And quite honestly I was feeling humbled when reading their love tale, seeing how honest and fresh and vibrant this was. You will be hanging onto every word, phrase, paragraph and chapter that you see them together.

You found my heart, all shriveled up with hate and the need for revenge. And you filled it with love and joy.

We become introduced into some entertaining secondary characters that will make you laugh continually. Rupert’s friends are simply entertaining and of course we get some fun bantering that leaves you smiling from beginning to end. So I Married A Sorcerer is not your typical historical fantasy that we have opened to us. This author has built up some wonderful world building and we get to learn some fun facts about this world that Kerrelyn Sparks has created and seeing these various lands become real and vividly portrayed in such a way that holds your attention and refuses to let go.

This isn’t a story that is predictable, sane, dull and without excitement. Its the exact opposite of everything that you would expect, because this book takes so many twists and turns that you will barely be able to keep up. I advise readers to go into this story with a open mind, plenty of free time, and expect plenty of adventure, passion and some levels of danger and intrigue that will make your day go from average to “on top of the world” thrilling. Be ready for a story that is guaranteed to keep you on your toes in ways you can’t imagine…..A ROMANTIC PEARL!!

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About Kerrelyn Sparks

Kerrelyn Sparks is the New York Times bestselling author of a series that mimics its sexy heroes by refusing to die. Now up to book thirteen, the Love at Stake series spreads laughter worldwide in thirteen different languages. In spite of a tendency to nibble on necks or howl at the moon, Kerrelyn’s vampire and shapeshifter heroes are still wonderfully romantic.

Please visit where you can read excerpts, play vampire games, or join the forum. Kerrelyn loves hearing from readers, even those who howl at the moon. Letters may be sent to P.O. Box 5512, Katy, TX 77491-5512.

17 thoughts on “Book Review-So I Married A Sorcerer by Kerrelyn Sparks

  1. I didn’t know this was a historical fantasy series, but this sounds so good! I think I saw that the ebooks were available through my library on Overdrive, so I will get them for sure. The way you describe the romance! *SWOONS*

    1. Oh Nick…you really need to grab these books for sure. She hasn’t delved into fantasy romance before. She has always done paranormal. But she has done wonders with these books, and I can’t recommend them enough. And yes this might be one of the most swooniest romances I have ever read.

    1. She is so wonderful to read right? Have you read her recent books? They are so good, I hate to say it, but I think they might be better than her love at stake which I still loved.

  2. OMGGGG I can’t wait to start this one! I just put it on my review calendar since I forgot I had an eARC invite. I am so glad that you enjoyed it! It sounds excellent and definitely something I will enjoy. Wonderful review, Renee!

    Have a lovely week. =)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  3. I have been dying to read a Kerrelyn Sparks book, but her other series was so long I was intimidated. Is this series a spin off or am I ok jumping in with book one in this series? Did you read or listen?

    1. oh yes Tanya, her Love At Stake series is pretty long. I was lucky enough to read her when she first started that series.

      I would recommend this one though for sure. Its NO spin off, its completely different. Its more of a fantasy historical type setting with some magical elements. So yes you can definitely pick up book one.

  4. Lovely review! I am SO excited to read this book! I had such fun with the first one and thought Sparks had a unique and very cool idea for the series. Plus, a pirate? Sign me up. LOL!

  5. I did not read through your review (yet… but looked at star rating only) only because I have this one sitting as an ARC and I can’t wait to dig it. I loooooved the first book.

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