Enchanted Ever After

Enchanted Ever After

by Robin D. Owens
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Enchanted Ever After 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Prieh More than 1 year ago
I've read all of the Celta books, and loved them. This is the first of her other books I've read, and I absolutely loved it! Can't wait to see what's next! Will have to check out the other two books that come first in the series, as well as the other series, I think. Definitely a huge fan!!
ameraznwitch More than 1 year ago
Very amazing possibilities came alive in this book!  This is my favorite so far in the series.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
Enchanted Ever After by Robin D. Owens 5 STARS This is the second book of the Mystic circle that I have now read and have enjoyed. It is mixture of fantasy,romance and adventure. Thier are a few love scenes that I skipped over. It is a good mixture of magic and human world combine. Kiri Palger loves her new home on mystic circle. She is hoping to get a job with Jenny Weaver her neighbor. The circle is having a block party and she will get to meet Jenny. She loves playing her computer game Fairies and dragons and would love to work on the game with her or a different game. Mystic Circle has magical protection so no evil can enter it. It has a balance of magical power. People of magical are drawn here. Kiri has no idea that magic is real. That she has met other beings that are not human. Jenny has discovered that with new magic that bubbled up she believes that some humans can be made into lightfolk full of magic. With the new magicmeld they have developed a game that should be testing and trying to prepare someone to be able to change if they are willing to take the risk. Kiri has no idea that this two week testing to see if she fits this game to get the job is really testing her to see what magics she is drawn too and prepare her to make the change. Lathyr Tricurrent a mer is assigned to work with Jenny to test those who might have magic drawn to them to prepare for the way. Lathyr is 8% Elf in his background and is treated as inferior to pure mer. He can see what powers might be drawn to humans. Kiri is drawn to Lathyr and is fighting her attraction. Her life is starting to spin out of control with all that is going on around her. Did not want to put the book down till I finshed it. I liked that as Kiri was getting explained about the different levels of the game and each element she was also learning about the magical beings that belong in each world. So we were getting the information in a way that fit the story perfectly. I want to go back and pick up the other books in this series that I have missed. I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley. December 18, 2012 PUB Harlequin Imprint Luna Books 400 pages ISBN-10: 0373803478
Lethia01 More than 1 year ago
This book was provided to me for free by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Enchanted Ever After is the third book in the Mystic Circle series. Unlike Robin Owen's Celta's Heartmates series, these books are Urban Fantasy set in the modern world. If you haven't read any of the previous books in the Mystic Circle series then you're in luck. This book explains enough back story to understand what's going on but, not enough that the previous books are completely revealed. In Enchanted Ever After, Kiri Palger has just moved into a home on the Mystic Circle street. In my head I pictured a cul-de-sac of all the characters homes when they were mentioned in the book. Kiri desperately wants a job at the online gaming company of Fairies and Dragons and moved in hopes of bettering her chances. An opportunity arises at the online gaming company to evaluate and play a new game that hasn't entered the market yet. What Kiri doesn't know is that she was scouted for magical potential and this was all setup in advance. This new game will revolutionize the fae community and Kiri is the first person to test it. One aspect of this book that really got me interested was the gaming company setup. Being an online gamer myself, I was delighted to find terminology used in this book were terms that only long time MMO gamers tend to use. I got a big smile on my face the moment the author used the term "toons" in describing a character. I love how this attention to detail brought some realism into this novel. I would love an opportunity to test the same game that Kiri was playing! My only complaint about this book was that the writing felt very different from her Celta novels. I'm a huge fan of the Celta world that Robin Owens has created and this doesn't provide quite the same impact. This novel is very poignant at times because of Kiri's inner struggles. I could really empathize with her and the sense of isolation in a new community. Kiri is a very empathetic character and I really enjoyed seeing her grow as a character. Kiri and her romantic interest, a water fae named Lathyr, are very alike in many ways. Particulary in the sense of isolation that I mentioned previously. They both feel like outcasts to a degree and it makes it difficult for them to emotionally connect. The romance between Kiri and Lathyr is very sweet and endearing. The moments between Kiri and Lathyr made this novel hard to put down! OMG. The cover of this novel is like a dream. All misty pinks and blues with Kiri gazing into the water. LOVE IT!
jwitt33 More than 1 year ago
Interesting Series! My Opinion: When I requested this book from NetGalley, I wasn't aware that it was the third book in a series, but lucky for me, it was quite easy to follow and worked well as a standalone. What I read definitely intrigued me enough to want to read the first two books, though, since they deal with how two of the couples in Enchanted got together. I'm also interested in finding out more about the back story of the Mystic Circle and all of the magic that it contains.  Enchanted Ever After starts with Kiri Palger, who has just bought a house on Mystic Circle and is hoping to get her dream job in the online gaming industry. Little does she know that the line between the real world and the world in the game are about to become very blurred ... The phrase "be careful what you wish for" comes to mind! I loved the characters in this book because they had very separate but distinct personalities that all meshed well together. The balance between romance, magic and intrigue worked well also, with one flowing effortlessly into the other.  This book was an easy read, and I enjoyed watching Kiri grow and blossom as she came into her own and discovered who she really was and what she could accomplish if she had the courage to just go for it.  I liked the Lathyr/Kiri romance since they both came from a place of not belonging and not being appreciated. I enjoyed watching them help each other overcome the feelings of inadequacy they both carried around with them. Overall, I enjoyed this book very much and look forward to reading the first two books in the series. I would give this book 4 stars :D
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As all Robin's books, this one is terrific!
DaniC More than 1 year ago
Enchanted Ever After is the third book in the Mystic Circle Series. It can be read as a standalone but I feel that you will enjoy the story so much more if you have already have read the first two books before starting this one. Now I will admit that this story was not my favorite out of the series but it was a close second! Kiri Palger is a game designer who has recently moved to Mystic Circle, Colorado. She is looking to get a job at one of the most popular video games and so she was excited to find that one of her neighbors Jenny is the creator and owner of that game. She soon meets Lathyr and while he is a bit different, Kiri is still interested in him. It turns out that Lathyr works for Jenny and they both want Kiri to come and work with them on a new game they are developing. What Kiri doesn’t know is the new game is actually a test to see if she has special qualities… I really like the plot, it kept moving and there were several times I was not expecting things to happen the way they did. I look forward to more books in this fascinating series!
BookwormReflects More than 1 year ago
Enchanted Ever After Mystic Circle Series Book Three By Robin D. Owens Kiri Palger has dreamed of working for Eight Corp., the creators of Fairies and Dragons an online game that Kiri is absolutely addicted to. Shortly after Kiri moves into the cul-de-sac of mystic circle where a number of Eight Corp. employees live, she is approached to start work on a new virtual reality project this is a dream come true and Kiri jumps at the chance. Soon she finds out that there is another purpose altogether for the new virtual system.  This is such a fun book, though you can definitely tell it is not the first in a series the author does an amazing job of making this a “stand alone” novel so that even though I haven’t read the previous two myself I can jump into the story and not once do I feel lost or confused. First off you have the gaming aspect of the book which I must admit I love video games so it automatically appealed to me but the author goes further than that she not only brings the game to life but she brings the multiple realms it represents into such vivid perspective I know I was definitely jealous of Kiri and wanted to jump head first into the game myself. Then you have some of the best scenes I have come across in a long time and Robin D. Owens descriptive proficiency comes into play once again sucking you into the story and the world in which she has created even further. This is a fascinating fantasy and with the heartwarming romance and touches of the gaming world it is highly unique. With such a well written book and an amazing story this is definitely a book worth reading.   I was sent a free copy of this book for an honest review. 
SamWyoming More than 1 year ago
FANTASTIC FANTASY Others here have done an exceptional job summarizing and reviewing this story, so I'll just add my two cents worth. Owens' third Mystic Circle book is a delight. Strong on fantasy, slim on romance, Owens does a wonderful job exploring the four magical realms of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water. Her keen insight into what it is like to be a being in each realm is astounding. Of course, the confrontations with Dark Ones, fighting to stay alive, only adds to the story of how Kiri and Lathyr meet, how their relationship alters and grows. The cover depicts which elemental Kiri will transform into, but one has to read the story to discover why she becomes a water being, and why giving up her human side has both good and bad results, certainly more than she ever expected. I thoroughly enjoyed this story, and especially liked all the details about video gaming. Nice to imagine there really is such a place as Mystic Circle in Denver. Though I've heard rumors this might be the last Mystic Circle story, I hope it's not true. Spending time in this magical series among its fascinating characters has been fun.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very entertaining and fast paced.
eternalised More than 1 year ago
I had no idea this was the third book in a series. However, even though not reading book one and two, I wasn’t completely lost, and I got the hang of the story almost right away. This book is filled with original elements, and a great plot. I enjoyed the characters, but sometimes the plot got away from me, and some parts seem to go nowhere. A decent read, but could’ve been better. I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
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