Enchanted No More

Enchanted No MoreI was drawn to Enchanted No More by the vibrant hues of the cover art and because the plot summary centering on a half faerie woman sucked back grudgingly into court affairs reminded me of one of my favorite urban fantasy series, Seanan McGuire s October Daye.Jenni is a halfling, half human and half Lightfolk fae She wants nothing to do with her Lightfolk heritage after a magical disaster fifteen years ago in which most of her family was killed Instead, she lives as a human in Denver and works as a game designer She is drawn back into the Lightfolk world when her last remaining family member, her estranged brother, disappears while on a mission for the rulers Jenni reluctantly accepts the mission so that she can rescue her brother Now she has court politics to deal with, along with dangerous evil creatures and her ex lover Aric Paramon The blurb calls him Tage, but I think that must be from an earlier draft Jenni must overcome her guilt and grief over the tragedy in her past, and forgive herself and Aric for the things they could have done differently Her brother has a similar arc, learning to move past his own self pity and his bitterness toward Jenni Readers who enjoy this type of character journey may find Enchanted No More hits the spot.For me, it was a bumpy read The trouble starts with Jenni I had trouble warming to her At the beginning of the book, she s immature, lashing out in anger at the most inopportune moments She throws tantrums at royalty not generally a good idea, but her magical talents are rare enough that they put up with it Later, as she deals with her past, she becomes sympathetic but still has annoying traits such as a tendency to meddle She prods Aric about his dad issues when they re supposed to be having a romantic evening, and dispenses career counseling to the other halflings at court In the latter case, it s not so much a problem that she does it, but that they instantly feel motivated to better their lot after a brief conversation with Jenni unrealistic IMHO Meanwhile, Aric never quite feels fleshed out.The magic system and the scenes of magic use are often confusing to follow, while other aspects of the story are over explained The deaths of Jenni s family are rehashed so many times that especially after the Fire Queen tells her own version and offers to let Jenni read the other royals accounts I was sure there would be a twist wherein the incident would turn out to have happened differently than Jenni remembered This doesn t occur, however.Finally, there are a huge number of comma splices I hate to nitpick about grammar editing, but when there are enough of these errors, it becomes distracting Enchanted No More will be appealing to some readers but fell flat with me, I m sad to say I d rather be reading October Daye. I was drawn to Enchanted No More by the vibrant hues of the cover art and because the plot summary centering on a half faerie woman sucked back grudgingly into court affairs reminded me of one of my favorite urban fantasy series, Seanan McGuire s October Daye.Jenni is a halfling, half human and half Lightfolk fae She wants nothing to do with her Lightfolk heritage after a magical disaster fifteen years ago in which most of her family was killed Instead, she lives as a human in Denver and works as a game designer She is drawn back into the Lightfolk world when her last remaining family member, her estranged brother, disappears while on a mission for the rulers Jenni reluctantly accepts the mission so that she can rescue her brother Now she has court politics to deal with, along with dangerous evil creatures and her ex lover Aric Paramon The blurb calls him Tage, but I think that must be from an earlier draft Jenni must overcome her guilt and grief over the tragedy in her past, and forgive herself and Aric for the things they could have done differently Her brother has a similar arc, learning to move past his own self pity and his bitterness toward Jenni Readers who enjoy this type of character journey may find Enchanted No More hits the spot.For me, it was a bumpy read The trouble starts with Jenni I had trouble warming to her At the beginning of the book, she s immature, lashing out in anger at the most inopportune moments She throws tantrums at royalty not generally a good idea, but her magical talents are rare enough that they put up with it Later, as she deals with her past, she becomes sympathetic but still has annoying traits such as a tendency to meddle She prods Aric about his dad issues when they re supposed to be having a romantic evening, and dispenses career counseling to the other halflings at court In the latter case, it s not so much a problem that she does it, but that they instantly feel motivated to better their lot after a brief conversation with Jenni unrealistic IMHO Meanwhile, Aric never quite feels fleshed out.The magic system and the scenes of magic use are often confusing to follow, while other aspects of the story are over explained The deaths of Jenni s family are rehashed so many times that especially after the Fire Queen tells her own version and offers to let Jenni read the other royals accounts I was sure there would be a twist wherein the incident would turn out to have happened differently than Jenni remembered This doesn t occur, however.Finally, there are a huge number of comma splices I hate to nitpick about grammar editing, but when there are enough of these errors, it becomes distracting Enchanted No More will be appealing to some readers but fell flat with me, I m sad to say I d rather be reading October Daye. As One Of The Last Surviving Mistweavers, Half Blood Jenni Knows What It S Like To Be Caught Between Two Worlds The Faery And The Human But The Time Has Come To Choose The Lightfolk Require Her Unique Talent For Balancing The Elements To Fend Off A Dangerous Enemy And Rescue Her Missing BrotherOnly For Rothly Will Jenni Deal With Those Who Destroyed Her Life Only For Him Will She Agree To Work With Her Ex Lover, Tage, And Revisit The Darkest Corners Of Her Soul For A Reckoning Is At Hand, And She Alone Has The Power To Hold Back The Forces Of Dark I was drawn to Enchanted No More by the vibrant hues of the cover art and because the plot summary centering on a half faerie woman sucked back grudgingly into court affairs reminded me of one of my favorite urban fantasy series, Seanan McGuire s October Daye.Jenni is a halfling, half human and half Lightfolk fae She wants nothing to do with her Lightfolk heritage after a magical disaster fifteen years ago in which most of her family was killed Instead, she lives as a human in Denver and works as a game designer She is drawn back into the Lightfolk world when her last remaining family member, her estranged brother, disappears while on a mission for the rulers Jenni reluctantly accepts the mission so that she can rescue her brother Now she has court politics to deal with, along with dangerous evil creatures and her ex lover Aric Paramon The blurb calls him Tage, but I think that must be from an earlier draft Jenni must overcome her guilt and grief over the tragedy in her past, and forgive herself and Aric for the things they could have done differently Her brother has a similar arc, learning to move past his own self pity and his bitterness toward Jenni Readers who enjoy this type of character journey may find Enchanted No More hits the spot.For me, it was a bumpy read The trouble starts with Jenni I had trouble warming to her At the beginning of the book, she s immature, lashing out in anger at the most inopportune moments She throws tantrums at royalty not generally a good idea, but her magical talents are rare enough that they put up with it Later, as she deals with her past, she becomes sympathetic but still has annoying traits such as a tendency to meddle She prods Aric about his dad issues when they re supposed to be having a romantic evening, and dispenses career counseling to the other halflings at court In the latter case, it s not so much a problem that she does it, but that they instantly feel motivated to better their lot after a brief conversation with Jenni unrealistic IMHO Meanwhile, Aric never quite feels fleshed out.The magic system and the scenes of magic use are often confusing to follow, while other aspects of the story are over explained The deaths of Jenni s family are rehashed so many times that especially after the Fire Queen tells her own version and offers to let Jenni read the other royals accounts I was sure there would be a twist wherein the incident would turn out to have happened differently than Jenni remembered This doesn t occur, however.Finally, there are a huge number of comma splices I hate to nitpick about grammar editing, but when there are enough of these errors, it becomes distracting Enchanted No More will be appealing to some readers but fell flat with me, I m sad to say I d rather be reading October Daye. I was drawn to Enchanted No More by the vibrant hues of the cover art and because the plot summary centering on a half faerie woman sucked back grudgingly into court affairs reminded me of one of my favorite urban fantasy series, Seanan McGuire s October Daye.Jenni is a halfling, half human and half Lightfolk fae She wants nothing to do with her Lightfolk heritage after a magical disaster fifteen years ago in which most of her family was killed Instead, she lives as a human in Denver and works as a game designer She is drawn back into the Lightfolk world when her last remaining family member, her estranged brother, disappears while on a mission for the rulers Jenni reluctantly accepts the mission so that she can rescue her brother Now she has court politics to deal with, along with dangerous evil creatures and her ex lover Aric Paramon The blurb calls him Tage, but I think that must be from an earlier draft Jenni must overcome her guilt and grief over the tragedy in her past, and forgive herself and Aric for the things they could have done differently Her brother has a similar arc, learning to move past his own self pity and his bitterness toward Jenni Readers who enjoy this type of character journey may find Enchanted No More hits the spot.For me, it was a bumpy read The trouble starts with Jenni I had trouble warming to her At the beginning of the book, she s immature, lashing out in anger at the most inopportune moments She throws tantrums at royalty not generally a good idea, but her magical talents are rare enough that they put up with it Later, as she deals with her past, she becomes sympathetic but still has annoying traits such as a tendency to meddle She prods Aric about his dad issues when they re supposed to be having a romantic evening, and dispenses career counseling to the other halflings at court In the latter case, it s not so much a problem that she does it, but that they instantly feel motivated to better their lot after a brief conversation with Jenni unrealistic IMHO Meanwhile, Aric never quite feels fleshed out.The magic system and the scenes of magic use are often confusing to follow, while other aspects of the story are over explained The deaths of Jenni s family are rehashed so many times that especially after the Fire Queen tells her own version and offers to let Jenni read the other royals accounts I was sure there would be a twist wherein the incident would turn out to have happened differently than Jenni remembered This doesn t occur, however.Finally, there are a huge number of comma splices I hate to nitpick about grammar editing, but when there are enough of these errors, it becomes distracting Enchanted No More will be appealing to some readers but fell flat with me, I m sad to say I d rather be reading October Daye. I was drawn to Enchanted No More by the vibrant hues of the cover art and because the plot summary centering on a half faerie woman sucked back grudgingly into court affairs reminded me of one of my favorite urban fantasy series, Seanan McGuire s October Daye.Jenni is a halfling, half human and half Lightfolk fae She wants nothing to do with her Lightfolk heritage after a magical disaster fifteen years ago in which most of her family was killed Instead, she lives as a human in Denver and works as a game designer She is drawn back into the Lightfolk world when her last remaining family member, her estranged brother, disappears while on a mission for the rulers Jenni reluctantly accepts the mission so that she can rescue her brother Now she has court politics to deal with, along with dangerous evil creatures and her ex lover Aric Paramon The blurb calls him Tage, but I think that must be from an earlier draft Jenni must overcome her guilt and grief over the tragedy in her past, and forgive herself and Aric for the things they could have done differently Her brother has a similar arc, learning to move past his own self pity and his bitterness toward Jenni Readers who enjoy this type of character journey may find Enchanted No More hits the spot.For me, it was a bumpy read The trouble starts with Jenni I had trouble warming to her At the beginning of the book, she s immature, lashing out in anger at the most inopportune moments She throws tantrums at royalty not generally a good idea, but her magical talents are rare enough that they put up with it Later, as she deals with her past, she becomes sympathetic but still has annoying traits such as a tendency to meddle She prods Aric about his dad issues when they re supposed to be having a romantic evening, and dispenses career counseling to the other halflings at court In the latter case, it s not so much a problem that she does it, but that they instantly feel motivated to better their lot after a brief conversation with Jenni unrealistic IMHO Meanwhile, Aric never quite feels fleshed out.The magic system and the scenes of magic use are often confusing to follow, while other aspects of the story are over explained The deaths of Jenni s family are rehashed so many times that especially after the Fire Queen tells her own version and offers to let Jenni read the other royals accounts I was sure there would be a twist wherein the incident would turn out to have happened differently than Jenni remembered This doesn t occur, however.Finally, there are a huge number of comma splices I hate to nitpick about grammar editing, but when there are enough of these errors, it becomes distracting Enchanted No More will be appealing to some readers but fell flat with me, I m sad to say I d rather be reading October Daye. I was drawn to Enchanted No More by the vibrant hues of the cover art and because the plot summary centering on a half faerie woman sucked back grudgingly into court affairs reminded me of one of my favorite urban fantasy series, Seanan McGuire s October Daye.Jenni is a halfling, half human and half Lightfolk fae She wants nothing to do with her Lightfolk heritage after a magical disaster fifteen years ago in which most of her family was killed Instead, she lives as a human in Denver and works as a game designer She is drawn back into the Lightfolk world when her last remaining family member, her estranged brother, disappears while on a mission for the rulers Jenni reluctantly accepts the mission so that she can rescue her brother Now she has court politics to deal with, along with dangerous evil creatures and her ex lover Aric Paramon The blurb calls him Tage, but I think that must be from an earlier draft Jenni must overcome her guilt and grief over the tragedy in her past, and forgive herself and Aric for the things they could have done differently Her brother has a similar arc, learning to move past his own self pity and his bitterness toward Jenni Readers who enjoy this type of character journey may find Enchanted No More hits the spot.For me, it was a bumpy read The trouble starts with Jenni I had trouble warming to her At the beginning of the book, she s immature, lashing out in anger at the most inopportune moments She throws tantrums at royalty not generally a good idea, but her magical talents are rare enough that they put up with it Later, as she deals with her past, she becomes sympathetic but still has annoying traits such as a tendency to meddle She prods Aric about his dad issues when they re supposed to be having a romantic evening, and dispenses career counseling to the other halflings at court In the latter case, it s not so much a problem that she does it, but that they instantly feel motivated to better their lot after a brief conversation with Jenni unrealistic IMHO Meanwhile, Aric never quite feels fleshed out.The magic system and the scenes of magic use are often confusing to follow, while other aspects of the story are over explained The deaths of Jenni s family are rehashed so many times that especially after the Fire Queen tells her own version and offers to let Jenni read the other royals accounts I was sure there would be a twist wherein the incident would turn out to have happened differently than Jenni remembered This doesn t occur, however.Finally, there are a huge number of comma splices I hate to nitpick about grammar editing, but when there are enough of these errors, it becomes distracting Enchanted No More will be appealing to some readers but fell flat with me, I m sad to say I d rather be reading October Daye. I was drawn to Enchanted No More by the vibrant hues of the cover art and because the plot summary centering on a half faerie woman sucked back grudgingly into court affairs reminded me of one of my favorite urban fantasy series, Seanan McGuire s October Daye.Jenni is a halfling, half human and half Lightfolk fae She wants nothing to do with her Lightfolk heritage after a magical disaster fifteen years ago in which most of her family was killed Instead, she lives as a human in Denver and works as a game designer She is drawn back into the Lightfolk world when her last remaining family member, her estranged brother, disappears while on a mission for the rulers Jenni reluctantly accepts the mission so that she can rescue her brother Now she has court politics to deal with, along with dangerous evil creatures and her ex lover Aric Paramon The blurb calls him Tage, but I think that must be from an earlier draft Jenni must overcome her guilt and grief over the tragedy in her past, and forgive herself and Aric for the things they could have done differently Her brother has a similar arc, learning to move past his own self pity and his bitterness toward Jenni Readers who enjoy this type of character journey may find Enchanted No More hits the spot.For me, it was a bumpy read The trouble starts with Jenni I had trouble warming to her At the beginning of the book, she s immature, lashing out in anger at the most inopportune moments She throws tantrums at royalty not generally a good idea, but her magical talents are rare enough that they put up with it Later, as she deals with her past, she becomes sympathetic but still has annoying traits such as a tendency to meddle She prods Aric about his dad issues when they re supposed to be having a romantic evening, and dispenses career counseling to the other halflings at court In the latter case, it s not so much a problem that she does it, but that they instantly feel motivated to better their lot after a brief conversation with Jenni unrealistic IMHO Meanwhile, Aric never quite feels fleshed out.The magic system and the scenes of magic use are often confusing to follow, while other aspects of the story are over explained The deaths of Jenni s family are rehashed so many times that especially after the Fire Queen tells her own version and offers to let Jenni read the other royals accounts I was sure there would be a twist wherein the incident would turn out to have happened differently than Jenni remembered This doesn t occur, however.Finally, there are a huge number of comma splices I hate to nitpick about grammar editing, but when there are enough of these errors, it becomes distracting Enchanted No More will be appealing to some readers but fell flat with me, I m sad to say I d rather be reading October Daye. I was drawn to Enchanted No More by the vibrant hues of the cover art and because the plot summary centering on a half faerie woman sucked back grudgingly into court affairs reminded me of one of my favorite urban fantasy series, Seanan McGuire s October Daye.Jenni is a halfling, half human and half Lightfolk fae She wants nothing to do with her Lightfolk heritage after a magical disaster fifteen years ago in which most of her family was killed Instead, she lives as a human in Denver and works as a game designer She is drawn back into the Lightfolk world when her last remaining family member, her estranged brother, disappears while on a mission for the rulers Jenni reluctantly accepts the mission so that she can rescue her brother Now she has court politics to deal with, along with dangerous evil creatures and her ex lover Aric Paramon The blurb calls him Tage, but I think that must be from an earlier draft Jenni must overcome her guilt and grief over the tragedy in her past, and forgive herself and Aric for the things they could have done differently Her brother has a similar arc, learning to move past his own self pity and his bitterness toward Jenni Readers who enjoy this type of character journey may find Enchanted No More hits the spot.For me, it was a bumpy read The trouble starts with Jenni I had trouble warming to her At the beginning of the book, she s immature, lashing out in anger at the most inopportune moments She throws tantrums at royalty not generally a good idea, but her magical talents are rare enough that they put up with it Later, as she deals with her past, she becomes sympathetic but still has annoying traits such as a tendency to meddle She prods Aric about his dad issues when they re supposed to be having a romantic evening, and dispenses career counseling to the other halflings at court In the latter case, it s not so much a problem that she does it, but that they instantly feel motivated to better their lot after a brief conversation with Jenni unrealistic IMHO Meanwhile, Aric never quite feels fleshed out.The magic system and the scenes of magic use are often confusing to follow, while other aspects of the story are over explained The deaths of Jenni s family are rehashed so many times that especially after the Fire Queen tells her own version and offers to let Jenni read the other royals accounts I was sure there would be a twist wherein the incident would turn out to have happened differently than Jenni remembered This doesn t occur, however.Finally, there are a huge number of comma splices I hate to nitpick about grammar editing, but when there are enough of these errors, it becomes distracting Enchanted No More will be appealing to some readers but fell flat with me, I m sad to say I d rather be reading October Daye. I was drawn to Enchanted No More by the vibrant hues of the cover art and because the plot summary centering on a half faerie woman sucked back grudgingly into court affairs reminded me of one of my favorite urban fantasy series, Seanan McGuire s October Daye.Jenni is a halfling, half human and half Lightfolk fae She wants nothing to do with her Lightfolk heritage after a magical disaster fifteen years ago in which most of her family was killed Instead, she lives as a human in Denver and works as a game designer She is drawn back into the Lightfolk world when her last remaining family member, her estranged brother, disappears while on a mission for the rulers Jenni reluctantly accepts the mission so that she can rescue her brother Now she has court politics to deal with, along with dangerous evil creatures and her ex lover Aric Paramon The blurb calls him Tage, but I think that must be from an earlier draft Jenni must overcome her guilt and grief over the tragedy in her past, and forgive herself and Aric for the things they could have done differently Her brother has a similar arc, learning to move past his own self pity and his bitterness toward Jenni Readers who enjoy this type of character journey may find Enchanted No More hits the spot.For me, it was a bumpy read The trouble starts with Jenni I had trouble warming to her At the beginning of the book, she s immature, lashing out in anger at the most inopportune moments She throws tantrums at royalty not generally a good idea, but her magical talents are rare enough that they put up with it Later, as she deals with her past, she becomes sympathetic but still has annoying traits such as a tendency to meddle She prods Aric about his dad issues when they re supposed to be having a romantic evening, and dispenses career counseling to the other halflings at court In the latter case, it s not so much a problem that she does it, but that they instantly feel motivated to better their lot after a brief conversation with Jenni unrealistic IMHO Meanwhile, Aric never quite feels fleshed out.The magic system and the scenes of magic use are often confusing to follow, while other aspects of the story are over explained The deaths of Jenni s family are rehashed so many times that especially after the Fire Queen tells her own version and offers to let Jenni read the other royals accounts I was sure there would be a twist wherein the incident would turn out to have happened differently than Jenni remembered This doesn t occur, however.Finally, there are a huge number of comma splices I hate to nitpick about grammar editing, but when there are enough of these errors, it becomes distracting Enchanted No More will be appealing to some readers but fell flat with me, I m sad to say I d rather be reading October Daye.

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  • Paperback
  • 425 pages
  • Enchanted No More
  • Robin D. Owens
  • English
  • 16 October 2017
  • 9780373803231

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