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Enchanted (Medieval Trilogy)


Enchanted (Medieval Trilogy)

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    Elizabeth Lowell(Author) Anne T. Flosnik(Narrator)

Simon the loyal has vowed never to love, for love makes a warrior weak. His arranged marriage to a beautiful Norman heiress would be duty and no more. But more than duty stirs his blood when he first sees Ariane. She has known only coldness from men and a betrayal so deep it all but killed her soul. Wanting no man, trusting no man, speaking only through the sad songs she draws from her harp, Ariane comes to Simon an unwilling bride. They wed to bring peace to the disputed lands, but marriage alone is not enough. Simon must teach Ariane passion, she must teach him trust. And both must surrender to the sweet violence of love′s enchantment. . .or die.

"A sheer delight...wondrous, magical, emotional and sensual."--"Romantic Times" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • By Karen on 20 March 2007

    Not really. I agree with all the other reviewers. Fantastic, weird and wonderful retro-romance. I enjoyed how political pressures underpin all the love stories in this series. No wonder so many of the characters resort to mysticism. I was not blind to how Ariane's painful past experiences influence her naughty behaviour towards her husband but still appreciated an author who takes risks with her characters. Great to read about a medieval romance heroine who gives as good as she gets without a guilty conscience. Although some very dubious goings on when Ariane is unconscious. The blonde hero Simon has got to be one of the most tolerant males ever to exist in a Lowell romance. If you can ignore the annoying nick-names people give each other, much of the half-baked mysticism and just be generally amazed at how grown men gossip about the intimate details of their marriages then you will be as stimulated as I was when reading this lovely story.

  • By Romance Reader on 5 April 2008

    Although if you don't like rather flowery ("his sword in her sheath") prose Ms Lowells style might grate a little, this is a pretty good read.The dialogue isn't quite as sparkling as say, Judith Garwood but there are plenty of nice characters to keep you moving merrily along and the chemisty is definitely there.Basically Ice Princess Ariane summits to an arranged marriage with beautiful but cynical Simon. Despite the undercurrent of attraction, Ariane cannot bear to be touched following being brutally raped.Rape is no laughing matter and I was somewhat uncomfortable with the take that basically feeling up an unconscious woman (who subconsciously wants you) is a "healing balm" to helping her overcome trauma. But if you can suspend disbelief in that one area and get over 20th century sensibililities, then the book (basically 300 pages of foreplay), is pretty hot stuff.Better than forbidden this is pure escapism with strapping heros, heaving bossoms, heros, villians, castles, magic and a dress you won't want to mess with.

  • By Guest on 23 April 2009

    a nice story about two people who learn to trust and love one another,and with the help of a woman called cassandra she mixes a sented ointment to help them bond together.funny in places.worth reading.

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