The Enchanted

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The Enchanted

A Faerie Tale Series, #1

Be transported into a fantasy realm with a hero, heroine and wicked villain. Secrets will be revealed and pasts unraveled. Not everyone remembers the past the same.

I loved the strong and magical hero. I liked him, but he was also flawed.

Our heroine is a true sweetheart and I rooted for her from the first meeting. Life has not been easy and it takes a miracle for her to find true love and break a curse.

I truely loved this book and can't wait for the next in this series.

Genevra Thorne (aka Paula Quinn) knows how to write a wonderfully transporting fantasy romance. Expect a top notch plot and reading experience with this authors work.

Book Blurb for The Enchanted

Prince Gabriel of Rhyddon is the reluctant heir to the faerie kingdom of Eilithia. It’s said that there is nothing more beautiful than Eilithia and the Tylwyth Teg faeries that live there. Gabriel would disagree. Since being enchanted by the seductive temptress Aneira, a powerful witch who spoke his name four years ago, he has not seen the beauty in anything. Imprisoned by indifference and oblivious to any power but Aneira’s corrupting passion, Prince Gabriel’s mind may no longer be his own, but he will never give her his heart. That was taken from him long ago, and only glimmers of that joyous pledge keep him sane.

Somewhere across the earthly realm of Wales, Taryn of Hamilhawk dreams of a magical forest with music in its trees and a man who holds her heart in his hands. But she’s afraid of magic and, looking out her lonely tower window, prays each night to forget him. She has no idea that soon she will be his wife and that she will somehow save both him and herself from a force that threatens their future. She would never imagine that her path to passionate love will be filled with faeries, a talking tree, and a shape-changing king… and best it not be revealed until Taryn is free to bring her own magnificence and resilience to bear.

All she knows is that he calls out to her in her dreams. “Save me, Taryn.”

And her heart, no matter how she tries to deny it, must answer.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2016 5.00