The last Beckett brother is going down.
If he had a choice, Daniel Beckett would wait to cast the Beckett family mating spell until his life is more settled. But his brothers, worried he’s losing himself to his wolf, aren’t giving it to him.
Daniel doesn’t need a spell to know Kerry Andrews is his mate. With the last of the Godwin warlocks still on the loose, Daniel crosses his fingers that the willful, stubborn, beautiful woman will allow him to protect her.
Kerry is tempted to make Daniel wait, like he’s made her wait for so long. But the decision is taken out of her hands when things start going horribly wrong. A sleeper hex is activated, putting her life in danger—and the only safe place to run is Daniel’s waiting arms.
Once there, Kerry finds a whole new world to explore with her magical mate. But Arthur Godwin is plotting to rip away their newfound happiness. Women who look like Kerry are turning up dead…and it’s only a matter of time before the killer’s weapon hits its intended prey.
Daniel is the only unmated brother of the family. He has been reluctant to cast the mating spell because he knows who his mate is and that it will put her in danger. Kerry wants Daniel to cast the spell to confirm what they both know and feel, but she was not prepared for what else it brought about for her. A dangerous warlock is killing women who are similar to her and Daniel’s family comes together to protect Kerry and stop the tyrannical and evil warlock before he destroys any more lives.
Even though Warlock Unbound it the fourth book in the series, I did not find it difficult to understand the dynamics of family. While I would not call it a stand-alone, I don’t feel as though you must read the entire beginning of the series to enjoy this book. As a reader, I really enjoy that from an author and it makes me WANT to go back and read more of the series instead of getting frustrated and giving up before I’m even at the end of the first chapter. Daniel’s love and devotion for Kerry is one of his best qualities. He will do anything to protect her, which means his brothers and their mates stand behind him and protect Daniel’s mate, too. LOVE THAT! Kerry isn’t a wallflower and she fits right into the sisterhood of the other mates within the Beckett family. The dialogue between the brothers had me laughing and rolling my eyes (in a good way) which made me want to keep reading
Overall, this is a great Urban Fantasy/Paranormal story that I really enjoyed. So much that I want to go back and read the earlier books in the series. Kudos to the author for that!