Entangled (formerly known as Spellbound) 2nd Edition
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Spellbound is that volume. Spellbound is filled with mysteries. Why does the Duke of Windhaven, who has hired Raven to pose, first as his fiancé and then as his wife, react with such terror when he sees Raven draw too close to the lake on his family estates? What is the truth about the missing noblewoman Raven is pretending to be, and what mysteries lie in Raven's own past that have been hidden from her since childhood? And will the answers to these mysteries unite Raven and Windhaven together in love or tear them apart forever? Will the Raven I grew to love in Betrayal finally find her own happy ending?
You don't expect me to answer all these questions, do you? You'll have to read the book yourself to find out! I will say that I found the book difficult to put down, staying up later than I should have to read "just a few more words" in a new chapter, every time I finished an old one.
The only thing that glitched a bit with me was the sudden appearance in the story of a series of characters I felt I was expected to know but didn't, causing some confusion in a few scenes. I suspect this is because I read Ms. Grant's titles out of chronological order in my impatience to read Raven's story. I knew there was a volume between Betrayal and Spellbound in which Raven played a part, but I skipped over it to go straight to Raven's romance. Although events in that middle volume are effectively summarized in Spellbound, the background of some characters who may have appeared in that or another of Ms Grant's volumes was not always explained, leaving me, as I said, at a bit of a loss. To preempt such confusion for others, I would advise readers therefore to read Ms Grant's books chronologically. ([...])
Aside from that, I greatly enjoyed Spellbound, and I must add that the last four paragraphs of the closing chapter left me with a smile, while the final line of the epilogue I felt was exceptionally eloquent.
In this tale, Tristan hires a retired actress, Raven, to pretend to be his fiancee so that he can stop his grandmother's nagging at him to get married. Needless to say, they fall in love despite themselves, but (as the saying goes), the course of true love ne'er did run smooth. There are obstacles to be overcome and intrigues to resolve.
Ms. Grant's characters are well-drawn and believable, and I particularly like seeing minor characters from another of her tales being given an opportunity to tell their own stories in each book.
I was particularly enthralled by the idea of the hero and heroine acting out a couple of Romeo and Juliet's duets! This definately added a sense of romance unparralled.
Once again Ms. Grant's style and discription placed the reader right in the thick of the adventure. Such a page turner!
I thought we were allowed to express our opinions freely. From your actions, Ms. Grant, Laura Miller, and whatever other names you go by, that is apparently NOT the case.
So, I remove this truthful review, will you please stop harrassing me as a reviewer, and other authors I happen to have reviewed favorably because you are so envious, and also stop your friends from doing the same? Thank you for some common courtesy, if not to me, then hardworking professional authors.
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in Ms Grants books and men marrying for love .