Read “Cruel Enchantment” by Anya Bast with Rakuten Kobo. View our feature on Anya Bast’s Cruel Dark Magick series. Anya Bast lives in the country with her Belgian husband, their tornado toddler of a daughter, and more cats, dogs, and rabbits than is sane. Ever since she was a. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. The fast-paced third installment of Bast’s Dark Dark Enchantment (A Dark Magick Novel Book 3) by [Bast, Anya].
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Emmaline’s past as a broken, strong, kickass assassin is such a great storyline for a reader to love. The sex in this book it hot. She enjoys the study of Eastern philosophy, Celtic myth, dreaming, and shamanism and occasionally incorporates what she learns into enchabtment paranormal stories.
He finds crkel he is developing feelings for Emmaline and Emmaline realizes her feelings have not diminished over the years of hiding. While her motivation is understandable, she comes across as selfish and I could not accept her actions.
Blood of an Angel. The storyline definitely heats up, being the final book of the series. But his unexpected attraction to Elizabeth is bringing up an unwanted conscience. Living in an exile. After high school she moved to the southeast United States where she attended college.
No trivia or quizzes yet. I loved them, so funny and clever, baast they should have been there at the end!! The sexual tension and build up fruel their relationship is just as frustrating for the reader, as it is in the book. There were never any descriptions of whether they liked or disliked the same or different foods. I wouldn’t read them out of order since they flow into each other. I have no complaints about the two lead characters from a romantic standpoint.
The whole purpose of Elizabeth being on the run was to save her mother. It took me close to three weeks to finish this book. I had a hard time buying into the romance part. Cruel Enchantment Anya Bast. Although they work against each other, Nail and Elizabeth have a strong attraction to each other and when the impossible happens and Niall is able to capture her, their growing attraction muddles clear cut lines of loyalty. Fast forward to three hundred years later, Enchzntment now lives with the humans, working as a spy for the HFF Humans for Freedom fruel the Fae.
Reading this book is like shedding off layers of an onion – each reveal gets one closer to the heart of the story. Anywho, it was a disappointing ending to enchantmeny So-So Series.
But it’s still a great read, and if it is the end of the series, I am quite satisfied. I also didn’t understand why Emmaline could not be claimed by the Shadow Queen.
The ending felt a little abrupt, but other than that, I really enjoyed this book. Inside the requisite pages and right off I’m not into a man enchanrment physically manhandles a woman with the declared intent of killing her, but, and I cannot believe I’m even allowing a but, I never ever ever allow a but, NEVER!!!
Nah, that just doesn’t suit him It was all or nothing for him and his love to Aileen was just that. The main storyline is intriguing and the possibilities for Cruel were goodBast must have been in a real hurry to finish this and her editor was in a coma.
This is what she kept on doing to him. I think this may have been the best book in the series. Elizabeth’s reason for stealing the pieces of the key seem contrived and her character was inconsistent. And the book’s conclusion was extremely abrupt. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.
Aeric finds her and locks her up while deciding how she will suffer only she isn’t the monster he expected her to be and there’s more to the story than he knew. There were parts where I could not put the book down and other moments that I could care less if I finished it. I will start this review off by saying I highly recommend you read this series in order.
Midnight Enchantment (Dark Magick, #4) by Anya Bast
Oct 05, Jenni Ebba rated it liked it. There is a thin line between love and hate after all. What Emmaline went through at Lars’s hands was truly terrible and helps explains many things that happened in her past.
The job Emma was created for, she excelled in it. All my reviews are honest and are personal opinion only. It will be full of everything, every character will be there, everyone will fight — you will even catch yourself stalling the reading just because the climax has come in full force and you simply want it to last.
Leaving her to fin for herself. I won this book as a prize from a contest from the author. I’m giving up after this one.