Series. Dark Magick #3
Genre: Paranormal romance
Publisher: Berkley Sensation
Review by BlodeueddAlternative-Read.com
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Synopsis from goodreads:
Seduced in a dream by a handsome, rugged man, Charlotte Bennett decides to let pleasure and desire lead the way-only to discover her "safe night of passion has dangerous repercussions.
Dark Enchantment is the third book in the Dark magick series by Anya Bast, but even though I have not read of the previous books I could still read it without feeling lost at all, as there is always a new couple on the horizon and new things that happen.
Charlotte Bennett fears the Fae, just as much as her father dislikes them, so she is glad that they are all behind walls of Piefferburg and can't get out. But when someone pulls her there she does her best to cope with their requests, desperately trying not to fall for a Fae called Kieran, the hot dream guy who started it all.
I like the world that Bast creates. A world where all Fae live in their own city and can't get out. Druids guard the entrance and the hate runs deep between them. But the Fae has plans, which I doubt can turn out well since most seem to fear them even if there is a group who want them free. Still I do not know why the "bad guys" are not behind walls themselves. Shouldn't people fear them too?
Since this is pnr it's a given that Charlotte and Kieran will fall for each other. But how is the question since she fears them and he. Well he has got issues! But I liked how it happens and they do seem right for each other. Together the passion sure flows between these two.
Evil bad guys who think they are right (oh those are the worst!), the hunt for a secret, a doomed romance and an ending that makes you want more -- that is what this book is all about.
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REVIEW: Dark Enchantment | Anya Bast | Berkley Sensation Reviewed by Blodeuedd on 2:11 pm Rating: