A Reader's Opinion: THE ENCHANTED by Genevra Thorne


A Faerie Tale Series, Book One

The Enchanted by Genevra Thorne


An enchanting story of love conquering all! Prince Gabriel—half human, half Fae—is under a spell of enchantment by Princess Aneira of the Daoine Sidhe. Under her spell, he couldn't feel passion for any other women except for her. Four long years of suffering, being blind to beauty, and feeling lust for her . . . he despises her and hates himself and what drives him to her. Feeling empty and devoid of any emotion, he becomes cynical and aloof, and the only thing he has control over is being a fierce warrior.

His father, King Aedden of the Tylwyth Teg, is forbidden by Gabriel to use any kind of Fae magic or enchantment to help him. Taryn, the daughter of Drayton Hamilton of Hamilhawk, has been betrothed to Lord Rhyddon to strengthen his holdings. Taryn has been dreaming of him running in the forest with her, looking at her and asking for her help. She's so shocked to find him gazing at her ruthlessly she can't believe he's the same man in her dreams pleading for her help! He's been called a demon and fierce warrior, feared by all!

Once at Rhyddon Castle, will she be able to make her dream a reality? Can the curse be broken and free Gabriel from Aneira's magic? This was a fantastic story of courage and strength to face every obstacle and come away with the greatest gift of all—LOVE!

Beautifully written story of love with just a touch of magical elements to make it unforgettable !


Reviewer's Rating: 4 1/2 Stars | Content Rating: 4 1/2 Hearts | Reviewed by: Maria Rose Dariotis


Format Read: E-Book | Source: Provided by the author or publisher



Prince Gabriel of Rhyddon is the reluctant heir to the faerie kingdom of Eilithia. It’s said that there is nothing more beautiful than Eilithia and the Tylwyth Teg faeries that live there. Gabriel would disagree. Since being enchanted by the seductive temptress Aneira, a powerful witch who spoke his name four years ago, he has not seen the beauty in anything. Imprisoned by indifference and oblivious to any power but Aneira’s corrupting passion, Prince Gabriel’s mind may no longer be his own, but he will never give her his heart. That was taken from him long ago, and only glimmers of that joyous pledge keep him sane. Somewhere across the earthly realm of Wales, Taryn of Hamilhawk dreams of a magical forest with music in its trees and a man who holds her heart in his hands. But she’s afraid of magic and, looking out her lonely tower window, prays each night to forget him. She has no idea that soon she will be his wife and that she will somehow save both him and herself from a force that threatens their future. She would never imagine that her path to passionate love will be filled with faeries, a talking tree, and a shape-changing king… and best it not be revealed until Taryn is free to bring her own magnificence and resilience to bear. All she knows is that he calls out to her in her dreams. “Save me, Taryn.” And her heart, no matter how she tries to deny it, must answer.

Series: A Faerie Tale, Book One

Print Length: 276 pages

Publication Date: May 31, 2016

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