Enchantment [NOOK Book]

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Holly Parker's life changes forever when she visits Enchantment Spring with her older sister Madison.  They hike through the woods, and when they reach the spring, Holly's disappointed.  A concrete coffin full of water?  She expected a pool surrounded by flowers, birds, dancing dragonflies.
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Enchantment

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Overview

Holly Parker's life changes forever when she visits Enchantment Spring with her older sister Madison.  They hike through the woods, and when they reach the spring, Holly's disappointed.  A concrete coffin full of water?  She expected a pool surrounded by flowers, birds, dancing dragonflies.

But fine. They eat the lunch they packed, and lounge around in the sunshine a while. As they get ready to leave, Holly dabbles her fingers in the water.

And sees a face beneath the surface.

The joy of first love fills her, but Holly‚Äôs happiness turns to horror when she learns that the government plans to demolish Enchantment Spring.  Her passion for Ohlan - the beautiful water spirit who inhabits the spring - is so strong that she'll gladly risk her life, standing between the spring and the backhoes, to save him.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013870079
  • Publisher: Evennight Books
  • Publication date: 12/20/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,232,663
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Pati Nagle's stories have appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Cricket, and others. She was a Writers of the Future and Theodore Sturgeon Award finalist. Her novels include the Blood of the Kindred series (The Betrayal, Heart of the Exiled), and urban fantasy Immortal.
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  • Posted January 6, 2012

    An Unfortunate Disappointment

    I got about 35 pages into this book and just couldn’t bring myself to finish it. The beginning of the story is so rushed. There’s no suspense or anything that makes me feel like I really want to continue reading this book. A boy appears in a spring within the first couple of pages of the book and the main character automatically falls in love with him, just like that. The pace doesn’t feel right to me and I honestly found myself not caring how the story ends. It’s unfortunate that this book wasn’t what I expected. I was really hoping to enjoy it.

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