Kelley Armstrong is a super amazing Canadian author so I really wanted her to be part of this event. Unfortunately, her schedule is way to busy to participate (gotta write those books we love so much!), So I invited my good friend Lucy, who is a huge fan of the series, to cast Spell Bound’s characters for us! Please welcome her warmly!
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Tynga for having me here today! I am so excited to be invited to guest post a character casting for my favorite series, The Women of the Otherworld by Kelley Armstrong!
For those who have not yet read the series,
Women of the Otherworld is a MUST READ!!!
Each novel alternates narrator, keeping you on your toes and in suspense as to what will happen next! The first two novels begin with Elena Michaels, the only female werewolf, a witch named Paige Winterbourne for the following two, half-demon Eve Levine for Haunted, back to Elena for Broken, necromancer Jaime Vagas for No Humans Involved, half-demon Hope Adams for Personal Demon, a human named Robyn Peltier for Living with the Dead, back to Elena for Frostbitten, and finally a young witch named Savannah for Waking the Witch & Spell Bound.
Bitten | No Humans Involved
Stolen | Personal Demon
Dime Store Magic | Living with the Dead
Industrial Magic | Frostbitten
Haunted | Waking the Witch
Men of the Otherworld
Tales of the Otherworld
There are so many characters in this series and I thought I would mention those who
often make appearances and play important roles.
Here are my picks:
The Pack – Werewolves
Jeremy Danvers (Alpha)
Elena Michaels Clayton Danvers
Sarah Foster Chad Michael Murray
Antonio Sorrentino Nick Sorrentino
Gerard Butler Chris Pine
Paige Winterbourne (Witch) Lucas Cortez (Sorcerer)
Jordana Brewster Jay Hernandez
Savannah Levine (Witch) Adam Vasic (Half Demon)
Vanessa Huggens Stephen Colletti
Eve Levine (Half Demon) Kristoff Nast (Sorcerer)
Angelina Jolie Paul Walker
Jaime Vagas (Necromancer)
Hope Adams (Half Demon) Karl Martzen (Werewolf)
Leighton Meester Chris Evans
Robyn Peltier (Human) Cassandra DuCharme (Vampire)
Elisha Cuthbert Rachelle Lefevre
Thank you again Tynga for inviting me to guest post! It was really exciting putting this
post together and watching some of the characters come to life!
For those of you who have already read the series, what do you think? I would love to
know who you would choose for each of the characters!
Happy reading everyone! J
Random House Canada was nice enough to offer us one (1) copy of Spell Bound, Kelley’s latest release, to giveaway!
Savannah Levine is in terrible danger, and for once she’s powerless to help herself. At the conclusion of Waking the Witch, Savannah swore that she would give up her powers if it would help a young girl. Little did she know that someone would take her up on that promise.
And now, witch hunting assassins, necromancers, half-demons, and rogue witches all seem to be after her. The threat is not just for Savannah; every member of the Otherworld might be at risk. While most of her fellow supernaturals are circling the wagons at a gathering of the council in Miami, Savannah is caught on the road, isolated from those who can protect her and unable to use her vast spell casting talent, the thing she counts on most. In a story that will change the shape of the Otherworld forever, Spell Bound gathers Elena, Clay, Paige, Lucas, Jaime, Hope, and others, who soon learn that the greatest threat to supernaturals just may come from within.
One (1) copy of Kelley Armstrong’s Spell Bound is up for grab!
To enter, leave a comment answering Lucy’s questions
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