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Midnight Enchantment (A Dark Magick Novel) Mass Market Paperback – February 7, 2012
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The fourth and final (?) book in this series. In this book we meet Elizabeth Cely Saintjohn an asrai, a rare type of water fae. She is young, conflicted but determined. The Summer Queen has given Elizabeth two parts of the key needed to open the book that can free the fae from the prison that is Piefferburg. Neither want the walls to come down although for very different reasons. Enter Niall Quinn. He has been sent by the Shadow Queen to retrieve the keys.
I think this may have been the best book in the series. All of the characters are wonderfully multifaceted. A definite must read for Anya Bast fans.
As far as the story line goes Elizabeth is hiding the missing pieces needed for the walls to come down. She is determined to keep them to protect one she loves. Niall will stop at nothing to get them and hand them over to the shadow queen so the fae will finally be free.
What will happen when sparks fly between this unlikely pair? Will the fae go free or be forever trapped?
If you've kept up with any of Anya's books or series you will love this story. (I do however strongly recommend reading the first three first, I don't think these were meant to read as a stand alone) I would recommend these books to anyone who likes paranormal stories. There were twists and turns in this book that kept you reading. I was sitting on the edge of my seat the entire time waiting for what would happen next. If you've read this far, you will be extremely happy adding this book to your repertoire. If you haven't I strongly urge you to get this book and the others in this series, you won't be disappointed!
Niall has been sent to collect the pieces no matter the cost. One small, although incredibly beautiful, fae can not stand in his way. He is prepared to do everything in his power to catch the rare female and get the information he seeks. When her capture proves to be harder then he anticipated Niall decides that torture might be the only way to gain the knowledge he seeks.Except when he finally gets her within his grasp the last thing on his mind is torture.
Midnight Enchantment is the fourth book in Bast's Dark Magick series. I will start this review off by saying I highly recommend you read this series in order. Anya Bast does an incredible and complex job on the world building. Every piece of information and every character has a part to play.
Elizabeth is a very rare form of fae. So rare that she is the only one in existence in her homeland. No one seems to know anything about her kind, though Niall comes the closest is understanding her strengths and weaknesses. Elizabeth has formed an uneasy alliance with a common enemy only to try to save her mother's life. The fae want the walls surrounding their forest prison to come down but in doing so the sprae (a tiny fae organism) would also leave making it impossible for her sprae dependent mother to survive. I could understand her desire to protect her mother even though I also understand the fae's need for freedom.Read more ›
I have adored Ms. Bast's Dark Magick series since I picked up the first story in an anthology. The series chronicles an alternate Earth where humans and an "evil" cult-like group, the Phaendir, have incarcerated all Fae-kind (fairies, goblins, elven, etc.). The fae are working to escape their centuries-old prison by collecting pieces of a magical "key" call the bosca fadbh and a powerful spell book called the Book of Bindings. The mythology alone keeps me coming back again and again. But it's Ms. Bast's ability to create intricate storylines, exciting adventures, and sexy romances which stir up powerful emotions within me that causes me to stay up into the wee hours of the night reading her books.
The Fae's quest for freedom climaxes in the fourth (and final?) book, Midnight Enchantment. The Fae are in possession of all the pieces of the puzzle needed to break free. Unfortunately, there are two camps - the Summer Queen has two pieces and does not want the walls to fall. The Shadow Queen, aligned with the majority of the Fae, has one piece and the Book of Bindings. She is now faced with the task of hunting down the last two pieces and taking them from the Summer Queen using any means necessary. In addition, the Shadow Queen must prepare for battle against the humans and Phaendir, who are at the gates of Piefferburg and ready to attack.
Stuck in the middle of this conflict are Niall Quinn and Elizabeth Cely Saintjohn. Both are inherently good people, but on opposite sides of the fence and willing to go to extremes to help their causes.Read more ›
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Great really enjoyed it loved how it made you feel all the emotions as you read along great writing thank youPublished 15 months ago by Kindle Customer
I love Anya Bast! I keept track of all the novels in this series because it's some of Bast great series. I really enjoy the characters very much. Great world building!Published on September 26, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I really liked this book, it was really good. It catches your interest fairly fast and it's hard to put down.Published on March 21, 2013 by K Stevens
By far Anya Bast is one of the best paranormal erotic writers out there. This whole series pulls you in from the very beginning. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by Angela
Please write more in this series. Captivating, glorious, left me wanting more. Storyline in this series is one of the best.Published on February 11, 2013 by Tammy Evans
I enjoyed this book, and the female lead was aninteresting new type of paranormal. I didn't think it felt rushed at al, but it wasn't quite a big enough home run for 4 or 5 stars.Published on June 17, 2012 by Booksage