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Book Review-Enchant The Night by Amanda Ashley

by | Jul 29, 2020 | Book Reviews | 0 comments

Book Review-Enchant The Night by Amanda Ashley

I received this book for free from Zebra in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Book Review-Enchant The Night by Amanda AshleyEnchant the Night by Amanda Ashley
Published by Zebra on August 25, 2020
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Vampires
Pages: 400
Format: eARC
Source: Zebra
ISBN: 1420151592
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In the arms of a centuries-old vampire, a woman awakens to newfound passion--and magical powers of her own. Hungarian vampires are born, not made--and can breed with mortal females. Being one of the oldest of his kind, Quill Falconer has honed his skills at hunting just the right kind of prey, which is why his latest victim confounds him. She shouldn't remember his drinking her blood. And he shouldn't still be craving more . . .
Callie Hathaway's life is as normal as it can be after the death of the beloved grandmother who raised her. Until one night, feeling foggy and fatigued, she realizes that a strangely sensual encounter with a dark, handsome man didn't occur only in her imagination.
As Callie and Quill's unique connection draws them together, an ancient order of knights seeks Quill's destruction. Being together puts Callie in mortal danger--until she uncovers a magical family legacy. Side by side they'll fight for survival, and for each other, as the brotherhood of vampire hunters gather for one final showdown.

Enchant The Night is a stand alone novel by Amanda Ashley. I will say that I have come to appreciate over the years the writing style of this author and most especially in how she writes her vampire romances, I love the spooky feel to them, the lurking dangers and mysteries that she involves in her stories. So I was expecting this book to blow me away like I am used to but sadly it didn’t. I actually struggled with staying with this book at times. I wasn’t fully invested in the story, it just didn’t draw me in like this author normally does but still a likable story.

Enchant The Night begins with our hero ….a vampire who is hundreds of years old. But then he feeds on a woman and for some reason she is still remembering who is he but when he is attacked and she saves him and shelters him in her home, a fragile trust is built and this trust turns into love. But their love will be threatened by an extremist group who hunt vampires. But as their journey goes from various areas in the country, and their search for the extremisists ….true growth individually and in the relationship will build in such an epic way

Enchant The Night is a story that was different from what I was expecting it to be. I still don’t know what to quite make of this story to be honest. So this review is really challenging so I am on the fence on some elements. I wanted to love this pairing and this story but there just was something off putting about it that just didn’t pull me in like I was expecting. I am not saying that I didn’t enjoy this one here because it definitely had much promise. I really loved the mix of a witch heroine and a vampire hero. Such a fun mix and I really adored seeing our heroine grow within herself and finding love along the way. There are so many strengths that we see in the relationship but I loved how they stick together and fight for each other in all the important ways.

Enchant The Night is a story that is packed with thrilling scenes of suspense, intrigue, magic and romantic delights!!

About Amanda Ashley

Amanda Ashley is one of those rare birds--a California native. She's lived in Southern California her whole life and, except for the earthquakes, loves it. She shares a home with her husband, as well as a fluffy Pomeranian named Lady, a wild house sparrow she raised from a baby named Tweety, and a tortoise who remains nameless. Amanda and her alter ego, Madeline Baker, have written over 70 books and short stories. Not bad for someone who started writing just for the fun of it. Her books have made the New York Times Bestseller List, the USA Today Bestseller List, and the Waldenbooks Bestseller and Mass Market lists.

Not much happening here. Same old, same old. Writing new story. Looking forward to the publication of Night's Surrender in September. I love this book and this cover.

Wishing you all a wonderful summer!!!! -excerpt from goodreads

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