Unleashed by Evangeline Perrie

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Savage Magic, 2

What would you do if you finally had everything you ever wanted and a madman threatened to take it all away?

After escaping Tanner’s clutches and defeating his pack, Cori, Nox, Dawson, Memphis, and Isaiah develop their magic as their relationship grows. When the attacks continue, they realize the danger hasn’t passed. Unsure of what Tanner and Gavrie Turgenev have planned, they must prepare to fight an enemy who remains in the shadows but possesses a power unlike any other.

Meanwhile, a terrifying emissary from the Vampire Alliance comes calling to Halson House, forcing Cori and her pack to determine if his interest marks him as friend or foe. As an upcoming Gathering with all witch Houses approaches, they count on everything being out in the open—and will welcome the fight that is surely coming for them right to their door.

Be Warned: reverse harem (MFMMM), menage sex



The battle raged on.

I couldn’t stop, or I’d get hurt, but I hadn’t realized I wasn’t using casting words anymore. Magic moved with my intent, knocking witches down, occasionally drawing blood, and my wolves kept ripping the bodies apart. It worked well for me, since my magical power was a lot stronger than my shifted cat. She gave me a disgusted expression but didn’t argue. In this, at least, she knew I was correct. She was pleased we were kicking ass but disgruntled that she couldn’t rip and tear her prey as the wolves were doing. I mentally gave her a stroke, and she snapped her teeth at me, reminding me to pay attention. Amused, I returned my attention to the battle at hand.

A witch moved in front of me, a female I had not seen before. She looked a bit like the Lopezes, from what I could see of them. A relation maybe. She smiled coldly at me and said, “Flammeum gladium.” The moment the words left her mouth, a large sword formed in front of her. It immediately was engulfed in flames, flames that seemed to dance wickedly off the sword. I was confused at first. Why wasn’t she holding the sword? Using it to attack me? Maybe the flames made that impossible.

My question was answered fairly quickly when she screamed, “Volare! Confodere!” and the sword flew toward me, aiming for my face. I completely forgot magic, as I was sure this woman intended, and flung myself out of the way of the fiery sword aiming to take off my head. I had never seen anything of the sort, never even conceived of conjuring a flaming sword to use in battle.

She continued offensively attacking, and I continued to dodge. None of those on my side were looking at what was going on here, and I wanted to glance around to find Nox, Tamlen, anyone to help me.

I continued to dodge, and she laughed. “Y aqui pense que eras una bruja ponderosa,” she said.

I shook my head. No idea what she was saying, but I thought the word bruja meant witch

Her words pissed me off, then. I wasn’t a witch, and I had somehow completely forgotten that I was in possession of a huge amount of magic. More than this bitch, anyway.

The sword came at my face again, pulling back for a strike that seemed to aim toward lopping off my head. I was momentarily confused as I was sure they were trying to capture me for Turgenev, but I brushed that aside and went with my instinct. I couldn’t say why I thought it would work, why the fire wouldn’t hurt me if I touched it, but that was what I felt inside, what my magic nudged me toward. I whipped around behind the sword, snatching it out of the air with my bare hands.

I held it aloft, quirking an eyebrow at the woman in front of me, who looked both startled and enraged.

“I’m not a fucking witch, asshole,” I spat at her, and I made the sword disappear. Then my hands shot out before she could do anything else, and the sword reappeared, just in front of her face, not giving her any time to dodge it before it slammed through her and ripped her head clean off. 

Her body slumped to the ground, not bleeding as the fire cauterized everything in its path. The charred remains of her head sat to the side of the charred stump atop the rest of her body. 

I breathed heavily, trying to reconcile what I had just done as more witches, clearly on the side of the woman I just killed, began to move toward me. I continued throwing casts, trying to find my mates as I went.

I looked around and saw three witches surrounding Isaiah, who was battling off to my right. They were throwing too many casts at him, and although it wouldn’t kill him outright, it might knock him over so he wouldn’t be able to physically defend himself. 

“No! Isaiah!” I yelled, but he couldn’t turn to me while he was trying to avoid death. I frantically tried to think of something I could do to help him, since I was battling, we all were and couldn’t rescue him. Suddenly, I remembered. 

“Isaiah! Ignis!” I screamed at him while feeling for our bond and tugging it hard. The ball of fire I conjured for him flew directly at him. He must have been yanking it hard in his direction when he felt my pull on the bond because suddenly, he was completely on fire. Everyone in the vicinity, including the three witches attacking him, froze and turned. I could see that at first the three witches, who were grinning smugly at me, assumed I had just killed my own mate with fire, maybe accidentally, but they thought it was to their advantage.

Well, they were wrong. This was something we had practiced for weeks before coming here, and although Isaiah had more experience in his human form, he had done this a few times. 

I saw it when all of the witches around suddenly got it. His entire body wasn’t consumed by flames, it was made of them. He looked absolutely terrifying. His brown fur became molten, like moving lava. His eyes were dark pits, and he moved like fire did, consuming everything in his path, still using his flaming teeth and claws to rend and tear but also setting everything alight as he went, starting with the three witches who he tore through. I could hear screaming as their flesh burned, and he snapped their bones in his flaming jaws.

I laughed, relieved, and so did Davida over to my left.

There was my badass mate. The others could do the same with their own elements if needed, but right now, Isaiah was laying waste to the other side as they couldn’t get him with spells, and his fire was too strong for them to attack physically. I saw Tamlen across the field pause and tip his head, smiling at how all our practice over the months had come to fruition. We might just come out of this. I sighed and continued to fight.



Product Reviews

Score: 5 out of 5 (based on 9 ratings)
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Written by Celeste H on 30th Jan 2023

Are you freakin kidding me!!! Ok so let me start by saying I was intrigued by the book summary. Although I would recommend reading book one first, I did not and felt like picking up crumbs of a yummy cookie. Definitely not enough to appreciate the previous book, but I muddled through. Let’s start with this book takes on a different PNR story, which I loved. I enjoyed the storyline and the over all characters, but unfortunately I felt missing information on them since I didn’t read book one. The steamy scenes are not mild but not over the top. This is a cliffhanger, which I wasn’t expecting, hence my opening sentence. The book tended to drag for me in some areas and some areas were given to much attention to detail while others I felt needed it, did not get it. Because I have to most definitely know what happens next, I will be on the look out for book three.

Another really good book!
Written by Ash J on 30th Jan 2023

When I started reading this book I realized I had to go back and read the first one because I liked the story so much. After reading the first book this one had pieces a little more filled In. This book was steamy, action-packed, and had an exciting storyline. It does end on a cliffhanger and I can't wait to read the next book. So excited!

Enjoyable Story
Written by kdavis on 19th Dec 2022

I missed reading the first book. I missed lots of exciting scenes. I need to read the first book in order to give this book a review. I pick up on the guest of what was happening. This story did keep me entertained and I loved the action, twists, suspense, and steam. It ends on another cliffhanger and I'm looking forward to the ending.

need to read book 1
Written by Envy on 19th Dec 2022

I am going to have to buy and read the 1st book, then re-read this 2nd book. I feel like I have missed something leading up to this book, don’t get me wrong I loved it, but the puzzle is incomplete. Soo glad there’s a 3rd book, can’t wait to find out if the cliff hanger is resolved.

another winner in the Savage Magic series
Written by k. mcleer on 19th Dec 2022

another winner in the Savage Magic series, I was glad that it continued strongly and felt like the same book. I was invested in what was happening and loved the magic going on. I enjoyed what Evangeline Perrie wrote and loved the first book from her.

The magic is about to get more savage, hang on tight!
Written by Laura S. on 19th Dec 2022

As Cori and her mates continue to build their magical abilities, they receive a surprise request to join their pack. Turgenev and Tanner are still trying to disrupt their lives while trying to get their hands on Cori, but so far have been unsuccessful. A conclave of witches is called, and Davida thinks that maybe in the neutral territory of the conclave they can figure out what Turgenev is doing, but everything backfires in a spectacular way! The plot thickens, and the action is gaining speed and running rampant at the end of the book, all the way to the segue into book 3! The magic is about to get more savage, hang on tight!

What a great read - Cliffhanger Warning
Written by RahiaLeight on 30th Nov 2022

First, I didn't read the first book. I just didn't know. I think I missed some exciting (steamy) moments, but there were only bits that felt a little lost to me. I still didn't feel like I was overly blinded by not reading book 1. Such an exciting read and the final scene will have you on edge. I really cannot wait for book 3. I can't wait to see where this goes.

OMG!! What a cliffhanger ending……
Written by Sarah ES on 30th Nov 2022

Wow is all I can say. I have not yet read the first book in this series, but you can bet after reading this book I will be doing so straightaway!! This book really has it all; action, suspense, steamy romance, and all the twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat to the very frustrating cliffhanger ending!! Wow. I have found another great author that I will be soon devouring all of her books.

If you are into shifter romance--this is a great book to read!
Written by Andrea Reed on 7th Nov 2022

I really like this subject--if you enjoy shifter romance books with a great romantic story wrapped up--this is a great one. I really did like how the author tied these 2 together. Very good story and kept you wanting to read more (I woke up in the middle of the night to finish the story)