Enemy Enchantress

I loved Enemy Enchantress. It’s a page-turner of a story. It kept me guessing from the very beginning and I never wanted to stop reading.

Aislinn and Edwin are wonderful characters that come to life for the reader. Aislinn worries that her former enemies will not accept her because of who she is, even without knowing that she is Sidhe. Edwin is enchanted by his enchantress from the first moment that he sees her and seems to be always chasing her. Aislinn has a hard time accepting the circumstances of what must happen at first but as she becomes more content with Edwin and their relationship, she begins to trust and fight for what she wants. Aislinn will not give up and has to solve a mystery to save her newfound family. There are lots of obstacles in this story for Aislinn and Edwin though they never give up and somehow always overcome, or get lucky.

I recommend reading this story, I enjoyed it immensely.

Book Blurb for Enemy Enchantress

The war is over, but the battle has just begun. Aislinn knows the husband she wishes for is no more than a fantasy. Her discovery of a man to be hers brings no comfort, for a Centeris could never love her for what she is: Sidhe.

As she tries to hide her true self from the gentle warrior, death stalks her. The perpetrator behind a series of attacks wants more than to destroy the precarious peace—they want her powers.

To save her people, she must reveal herself and risk his love or leave him to face the challenge—alone.

Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2010 4.75