Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your email address or mobile phone number.
Enslaved (Eternal Guardians) Mass Market Paperback – November 6, 2012
|New from||Used from|
Top 20 lists in Books
View the top 20 best sellers of all time, the most reviewed books of all time and some of our editors' favorite picks. Learn more
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
"Compelling... believable and sexy. " - The Romance Reviews
"The world of the Argonauts and the Greek Gods will entertain you and keep you coming back for more. " - Fiction Vixen
"Prepare yourself to be thrilled by incredibly hot warriors, strong heroines, a fabulous love story and diabolical villains that will leave you craving the next installment." - Fresh Fiction
"Another winning installment in the Eternal Guardians series will leave you eager for more as the action is unbelievably thrilling and the emotional conflicts are involving throughout. 4 ½ Stars" - RT Book Reviews
"Elisabeth Naughton has done it again!! "Enslaved" is filled with action from the very beginning." - Enchantress of Books
"An original, imaginative and vivid world... An emotional roller coaster of a ride with some very unexpected turns that keep you turning the pages. " - Romance Book Junkies
"Elisabeth Naughton's books have become a bit of addiction for me... an excellent balance between action and emotion, thrill and suspense. " - Love Affair with an EReader
"A spectacular read." - Bookaholics Romance Book Club
About the Author
More About the Author
Top Customer Reviews
Gryphon was just... not very likable. Yes, he spent his time in the Underworld and was scarred for life because of that, but sometimes I just wanted to slap him. The way he treated Maelea was appalling at times and completely unjustified. He could have been a little more straight and clear with her, and lots of problems could have been avoided. Instead he sunk into woe is me mindset and took it out on everyone around him, especially Maelea.
Maelea also didn't impress me. She was probably the most damsel-in-distress-like out of all the heroines from the previous books. I really dislike damsels in distress, hence my not liking of her. She was more justified in being vary of Gryphon, but still, some more communication would have been nice too. The powers that she started to develop were not explored much, almost to the point of me wondering what was the point of giving her said powers? I also wasn't really clear why she wanted to get to Olympus so much? To tell off her daddy? Or to live there permanently? In fact, the plot-line of her wanting to get to Olympus was not developed at all, only mentioned and then brought up again, then completely forgotten until the very end.
The one thing I got out of this book was that sex fixes everything. Of course, this is a romance book so what did I expect? Well... more of everything else?Read more ›
Gryphon is on the edge... The edge of madness after spending months of being tortured in the Underworld. Now he's escaped, but has a new madness...a voice in his head is bringing him closer and closer to the edge. He hasn't recovered from his torture and is just not mentally strong enough to withstand any more. That's why Malea is such a miracle for him. When he's with her, the voice calms. He calms. He can find a thread of sanity.
But his insanity has terrified her and she wants nothing more than to escape him....at least that's the case until she begins to realize that he's actually just like her. An outcast, alone, fighting the darkness within. Malea has her own demons within that she's fighting and she empathizes with Gryphon.
This is such a great story. I always love a wounded hero and you don't get more wounded than Gryphon. He's been tortured, enslaved, and rejected. He's really at a low in his life, but he can't help being the good man that he actually is. Even when he's trying to use Malea, he is constantly trying to protect her and sacrifices himself over and over. *sigh* Eventually she sees it too and begins to fall for him...in such a good way, but there is so much standing between them. Like I said....just a great story with lots of layers of conflict standing in their way that was all expertly interwoven to create a magnificent love story.
Elisabeth Naughton has created a wonderful world here full of an amazing team of Guardians who are this wonderful team of warriors. Gryphon has always been part of that team and as he's watching that fall apart, it makes this book even more heartbreaking.Read more ›
*Copy gifted for an honest review
Yet another incredible installment in the Eternal Guardians series from Elisabeth Naughton. These books continue to capture my attention & demand respect!
Gryphon and Maelea are both tortured, wounded souls with trust issues. They're unexpectedly thrown together on this complex adventure and quest which only serves to solidify their bond and create a romance that is electric.
Their journey is full of betrayal, doubt, grief, and healing, and when all put together, provided a gripping, emotional, action packed book that I will definitely pick back up for a re-read.
It was SO nice to see Gryphon finally get his Happily Ever After despite the horrendous journey to get there and I can't wait for the next book - I'm assuming it'll be Titus's story & I'm eagerly awaiting the outcome.
LITERAL ADDICTION gives Enslaved a well deserved 5 Skulls!
I hate how the Argonauts are these kick-ass warriors with an oath to protect the realms of the living from the forces of the Underworld, but whenever they get around their soulmates they get all goo-goo eyed and can barely function or think straight. Worse still, five books into this series, and the author still insists on forcing all the women mated to the other Argonauts in the previous stories into the current story even when they serve absolutely no purpose in the story whatsoever. All but maybe Isadora, who is the current queen of Argolea, and Callia, who is their on-call doctor, really has a reason to be more integrated in the storyline, but why was it necessary for Skyla to still be a supporting character in the story after Gryphon and Malea fled the colony? Why must the Argonauts and their mates be so joined at the hip?
But even with all of the things that didn't change in this book, I'm glad to say that this is the book where things finally take a pivotal turn.
While a traumatized Gryphon is trying to ignore the darkness in his heart after countless time spent as Atalanta's slave in the Underworld, he decides to escape the colony after he goes into beserk mode in an assault on deamons that went too far, causing him to lash out and physically attack his own brethren. Knowing himself to be a liability to his own brotherhood, he renounces his ties as an Argonaut.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Adventurous and keeps you guessing love the action and romance the author created. I would recommend this and all the others in this series. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Richard Carden
Great book. Vivid details. You just fall into a whole new world. This series is addicting and I can't wait for the next installment!Published 13 days ago by Nichelle Pete
BLASTED OUT FROM THE STARTING LINE!
How else does one explain Naughton's Guardian series? From the first page to the last is a race to find out what happens. Read more
The books in this series just keep getting better and better! This book was my favorite by far!!!! They're all really good but this one was the best in my opinion...so far! Read morePublished 2 months ago by JACQUIE
Love it. I am in silent freak out mode thinking there will be no more after 7.5 I'm hoping there's an 8 being cooked up. There's so much going on. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Msrock860
love this series, love this author. very hot read! love the characters and story line!Published 6 months ago by JL_Culwell