Enraptured

Eternal Guardians, Book 4

Enraptured is the fourth book in the Eternal Guardians series by Elisabeth Naughton. This book centers on Orpheus, a newly appointed Eternal Guardian, who received the Guardian markings after his brother’s soul was cast out of his body during battle with a powerful wizard. Orpheus will do anything to rescue his brother’s soul from Tartarus. During the course of his hunt to find the amulet required to save his brother he comes in contact with Skyla, a Siren who has been sent to, ultimately, destroy him. As she joins in his search, to determine his innocence or guilt, she discovers a secret about him that will haunt them both. As Skyla realizes that the God’s she serves are attempting to overpower one another, Orpheus and Skyla must decide how much to trust one another.

Ms Naughton continues with her fascinating world of the Guardians, where the God’s play havoc with the beings who serve them. As Hades tries to claim the human realm Skyla and Orpheus must join together to stop him.

This book is a fast paced, enjoyable read and I look forward to reading more from this author. With twists and turns and secrets revealing, the Guardian’s world becomes more interesting to the reader and draws one in.


Book Blurb for Enraptured

ORPHEUS-To most he's an enigma, a devil-may-care rogue who does whatever he pleases whenever he wants. Now this loose cannon is part of the Eternal Guardians--elite warriors assigned to protect the human realm-whether he likes it or not.

Orpheus has just one goal: to rescue his brother from the Underworld. He's not expecting a woman to get in the way. Especially not a Siren as gorgeous as Skyla. He has no idea she's an assassin sent by Zeus to seduce, entrap, then ultimately destroy him.

Yet Skyla herself might have the most to lose. There's a reason Orpheus feels so familiar to her, a reason why her body seems to crave him. Perhaps he's not the man everyone thinks. The truth could reveal a deadly secret as old as the Eternal Guardians themselves.


Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2012 4.00