Book Reviews of Enchantress

Author: Barbara Benedict
ISBN-13: 9780821755204
ISBN-10: 082175520X
Publication Date: 12/1/1996
Pages: 414
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3 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A foundling daughter of Camelot, Moriana yearns to be mistress of the conjuring arts and practices her magic in an isolated hamlet where she has been sequestered for reasons unknown to her. Determined to return to Camelot, she casts a spell to summon forth a knight of the Round Table. But her novice talents call forth instead a Saxon warrior ... who claims her for his own...
Believing this wraithlike vision has been bestowed upon him by the Gods, Penawulf carries her off to his village and denies her attempts to escape. Though she is weakened by her traitorous desire for this strong, virile barbarian, she cannot deny her visions of Camelot. Finally with the help of Sir Lancelot, she escapes, only to fall prey to dark forces plotting in Arthur's court -- and those who will exploit her magic to destroy the King. But Penawulf cannot relinquish the woman he loves, and vows to fight for this enchantress who has claimed his heart ... with the magic of love.
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excellent story