Read “Cruel Enchantment” by Anya Bast with Rakuten Kobo. View our feature on Anya Bast’s Cruel Dark Magick series. Anya Bast lives in the country with her Belgian husband, their tornado toddler of a daughter, and more cats, dogs, and rabbits than is sane. Ever since she was a. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. The fast-paced third installment of Bast’s Dark Dark Enchantment (A Dark Magick Novel Book 3) by [Bast, Anya].
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A big no thanks. By all means, he wanted Emma dead for taking what was his. Emmaline, who used to be the summer queens evil assassin, escaped the roundup, and lives outside the fae reservation as free woman.
Cause Aeric is hot! I must admit, it isn’t always easy to pull it off smoothly. This book seems like it brings the series to an end and it feels anti-climatic. Product details Format Vast pages Dimensions x x Her battle scenes as expertly described blow by blow.
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Elizabeth hates keeping the pieces hidden but if the Fae are set free her mother will die. After book crurl in this series, I truly had my doubts about continuing but knew I would read the second book because I had a 4 for 3 deal and received the second book for free.
Emmalime was a strong yet tortured character. She works part time as a data base editor and French translator. This time the main story is focused on Niall, one of the highest ranking mages in the kingdom, searching for an asrai named Elizabeth. Barely past the gates, Emmaline finds out that not even her glamour will keep her safe from Aeric.
The fae have been rounded up and relocated to what I can only compare to as a reservation enhantment Piefferburg. Piefferburg, a prison for faelush characters, heady romance, and a story that blurs the line between hero and villain. There comes a time in which Emmaline and Aeric decide to hide out at these houses that are looked after by some special fae ladies.
Couldn’t magic evolve anywhere else on earth, other than Ireland? The obnoxious Summer Queen and vile Amberdoyle ultimately get what they deserve, but it is not as satisfying as it could have been. I mean sure she demonstrated concern, fear, and worry when she got back and realized that they had been ambushed and knocked out.
Hot for the Holidays. That, I thought, was a miss.
It’s a good story but for me the two MC’s were the weakest in terms of chemistry. Other books in the series. The underlying story-line of all the pieces of the bosca fadbh being in one spot and unlocking a certain book.
Although this is the second book from the Dark Magick series and third story if you include the novella included in the anthology Hot for the Holidaysthis book can be read as a stand alone. This might not seem all that dangerous until you know that she is Fae and only her personal gift of handling glamour kept her out of the Fae lock up in the first place.
Inside the requisite pages and right off I’m not into a man who physically manhandles a woman with the declared intent of killing her, but, and I cannot believe I’m even allowing a but, I never ever ever I was a little sad that we didn’t get a little more of the Niall humor I love he said some funny things, but mostly he was seriousbut the plot was great and I liked how everything got tied up.
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No, absolutely not, it was great! Things happen about the way that you expect them to. Every book in the series to this point has been great and this one, Midnight Enchatment, fits right in with the rest. Embrace of the Damned.
She knew that the mission was more important that herself. Aeric isn’t the only person who is after Emmaline and around every corner they come in contact with with people that want to kill Emmaline for her past actions, but they also find allies along the way. When the Summer Queen pulled her little treachery at the end of the story, just like I knew she would, Aislinn, should have used her necromancer powers, called her troops and laid the “smack down”.
I look forward cguel reading it. But his unexpected attraction to Elizabeth is bringing up an unwanted conscience. But overall definitely a great end to the series.
It didn’t blow my mind, but I liked it. I think this may have been the best book in the series. Using it her entire existence and then all of a sudden revealing her true form was without a doubt liberating.
Well, first bawt all I have difficulty keeping straight the names of her characters in this book. Anya Bast is a master at her world building and story telling, Midnight Enchantment is no exception!