The Earl and The Enchantress (An Enchantress Novel Book 1) by Paullett Golden

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Stunning prose,  full-bodied characters, feverish love scenes… this book should be on every romance reader’s keeper shelf!

A Georgian Romance set in 1790, The Earl and The Enchantress tells the love story of fiercely independent Lizbeth Trethow and brooding and handsome Sebastian Lancaster, Earl of Roddam. When beautiful and spirited Lizbeth encounters the arrogant Earl in a library, the last thing she expects is to be attracted to the man, whose troubled past is responsible for his uncouth personality. With their mutual wariness of the institution of marriage, Lizbeth and Sebastian initially try to resist the irrepressible chemistry that exists between them but soon give in to the strong attraction and fall in love. But Sebastian’s hidden secrets from his troubled past threaten to destroy the love they have for each other. Golden’s skilled characterization and the slow build of sexual tension makes this Georgian-era romance an enthralling read. The well-developed secondary characters and substantial historical details add texture and depth to an already gripping story. This is a story not only about falling in love, it’s about staying in love while preserving one’s individuality, a story about enlightenment, and about woman empowerment. Readers see Lizbeth stands faithfully by Sebastian while he confronts his past demons and painfully comes to term with his tortured roots. Lizbeth’s striking and independent views echo those of the contemporary woman’s and will make the reader root for her. A book that keeps the reader enthralled up to the last page.

 

The Earl and The Enchantress (An Enchantress Novel Book 1)

by Paullett Golden

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PUB DATE October 30, 2018

ISBN 9781732834200

PRICE $16.11 (USD)

 



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