Book Reviews of The Enchanted Land

The Enchanted Land
The Enchanted Land
Author: Saranne Dawson
ISBN-13: 9780505522450
ISBN-10: 0505522454
Publication Date: 1/1998
Pages: 361
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Great story! If you like 'fairy' type reads, this is a must!
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Woman is drawn to a magical land where she meets her perfect mate
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Very good book, "enchanting"! Could hardly put it down! Would recommend it!!!
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Romantic fantasy tale where a woman is brought to a magical land& meets her mate
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Abandoned on a doorstep as a baby Emily had always been called a fairy child. As a grown woman her elusive charm made friends wonder if she were indeed a changeling; her blonde, elfin beauty was enough to enchant any man. But Alec swore he would not be one of those who fell under her spell. Though he felt a fierce longing to taste her sweet lips to claim her melting softness he had not been sent to seduce her but to lead her to the hidden valley where his people dwelt. For shrouded in the mystery of Emily's origins lay a secret that would either save or destroy.
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Changeling

Abandoned on a doorstep as a baby, Emily had always been called a fairy child. As a grown woman her elusive charm made friends wonder if she were indeed a changeling, her blond, elfin beauty was enough to enchant any man. But Alec swore he would not be one of those who fell under her spell. Though he felt a fierce longing to claim her, he had not been sent to seduce her, but to lead her to the hidden valley where his people dwell. For shrouded in the mystery of Emily's origins lay a secret that would either save or destroy.