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Cruel Enchantment (Dark Magick Series #2)

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  • Posted August 23, 2010

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    superb romantic fantasy

    Fae assassin Emmaline Gallagher hated her work so she fled from her homeland of the Summer Queen. She prefers to use her power of extraordinary persuasive glamour to help people. However, with her race in peril of extinction, she comes home as the only Fae who can her people, but to do so she will need help from a person she loves who loathes her.

    Three centuries ago, Emmaline the assassin murdered the soulmate of Aeric O'Malley. He has had three hundred years to plans his revenge on the Fae he detests. When the opportunity arises by her coming to him, to his shame and chagrin he fails to kill her. Although he has doubts about her sincerity due to her glamour skills, he believes his attraction to his enemy is from within him. Emmaline explains what occurred back then and why; more important she needs Aeric to create the key that will enable her to open a box containing a magical artifact to save her species.

    In her latest superb Dark Magick romantic fantasy (see Wicked Enchantment), Anya Bast through the changing relationship between the strong fully developed lead characters makes a strong case that the line between powerful love and intense hate is microscopic. The story line is action-packed, but owned by Emmaline and Aeric who make the world of the Fae seem real. Cruel Enchantment is an enchanting magical entry in a superior series.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    Highly recommend it!

    I love love loved it! I could not put it down. If you like books about the Fae this series is a great read!

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  • Posted March 19, 2013

    Highly Recommended

    I loved the first book in this series Wicked Enchantment and now i love this one even more! Anya Bast is by far one of my favorite writers and i recommend anyone with a love for paranormal romance to read this series!

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