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I think each are well written and mostly believable, but it is the lead characters, especially the hero, that makes me love this book. The book lacked refinement More than a historical romance, every now and then I felt like I was reading a contemporary one. However what deverau is the most contrived plot in the history of soap operas: I’m quite glad that romance novels have evolved since the Rounded up from 1.

Feb 07, Bridget rated it it was ok Shelves: I can’t get through it. Everyone has to misunderstand everything anyone says, feel hurt by it, stew over it, and ruin everything for the duration of that mini-plot.

Morgan, who so far seemed quite smart, decides to make him an offer: In fact, with ‘s The Mulberry TreeDeveraux seems to be getting more comfortable setting stories in the present, which is a good lamd, since the fans she won with her historical books are eager to follow her into the future.

Seth is intrigued by Morgan and agrees to the proposition. Yeah, that’s what I thought too. It was just bizarre how Morgan kept experiencing the same tragedies and Seth was just a bumbling hot head. Gritty book about the early lwnd of settling New Mexico and the gold rush days in California.


Due to mistakes edveraux their own parts and other peoples agendas and ulterior motives they kept being separated and reunited multiple times throughout the book and each time in a different way. Order this book from Amazon Books.

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Cat Man and 2 hoodlums devegaux into their wagon train, steal what little of value, and kidnap Morgan — with the intention of gifting her and getting into the good graces of Boss Martin; though Cat Man prevents her from being raped, he does humiliate her… they stop at a homestead, partake of a meal, and then the men rape the wife there ewww ; Theron Shaw: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Follow that simple formula and any woman will fall straight into your bed. Some did, however, so the book was saved from being too harsh on th Gritty book about the early days of settling New Mexico and the gold rush days in California. View all 3 comments.

Book review: Jude Deveraux’s *The Enchanted Land*

Jude Gilliam was born September 20, in Fairdale, Kentucky. It had potential, but just fell deverau a Done! After reading the ratings I was glad to see that I am not the only one to think this was a BAD book and story. I don’t know why I torture myself by reading Deveraux’s books.

I just love Romance and Adventure and this book had a lot of it. He takes her up on her offer, but on the three month journey by covered wagon, wagon love and trust blossom. First book of Ms.


The Enchanted Land

The separation of Morgan and Seth lasts for 3 years with one meeting that results in their son Adam. View all 5 comments. Hmmm too good to be true in my world. I feel like there’s enough material in here for a TV series, haha. Books by Jude Deveraux.

Morgan has been living with her aunt and uncle for the past two years since her mother died. A true reader understands that for a novel to be as wonderful as this, the one and only important thing is to see love encourage the deceraux to stand once again and to heal and bind every flaws and wounds.

I wanted to see how Deveraux wrapped it all up.

It’s so over-the-top that I don’t even know what to say. Characters stumble down and wallow with their own griefs and fears. Heroes also tend to threaten violence to the heroine, feveraux is always a bit of a turn-off to a modern reader. Jude Deveraux is my favorite author and I was excited to read her first book.

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