Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Review of Enchanted No More by Robin D. Owens

Synopsis: "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 brother.Only 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…."

My Review: I am a huge Owens fan but this book just didn't sit right with me. There seemed to be a shortage of world building, I was lost a lot of the time with the faery terms, folk types and rituals. I was honestly pretty lost through pretty much all the book and had to continuously push myself to pick it up and read it. Also I wasn't too keen on the characters, especially the main ones, there was no connection to them and I found their relationship to be forced. I did however enjoy the guardians (the elf and dwarf that assisted Jenni). Sadly, it ended up being a book just to get through so I could put it away.
My Rating: Gosh I hate giving bad reviews and ratings to one of my favorite authors but I just did not like this book at all.  I give it a rating of One Paw.


  1. Oh that is hard! I hate having to do that too but sometimes that's just how it is. I have her current series on my tbr pile and have heard those are really good. Hope the next one of hers you pick up is back to being fab :)

    1. Which series are you going to be reading of hers? I love her Heartmate series but they get pretty complex and you really need to read the books closely together to keep track of everything. I loved her Summoning Series!

    2. I've got her new one Ghost Layer I think it is. So starting at the beginning of it :)