Enchanted Ever After

Enchanted Ever After Robin D. Owens
  • Title: Enchanted Ever After
  • Author: Robin D. Owens
  • ISBN: 9780373803477
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • Enchanted Ever After Robin D. Owens Enchanted Ever After Magic was just around the corner Kiri Palger knew the difference between reality new house hard work and not too many friends and fantasy the fun she had playing online games So when the chance to wo
    Magic was just around the corner Kiri Palger knew the difference between reality new house, hard work and not too many friends and fantasy the fun she had playing online games So when the chance to work for the best gaming company in the world came up, giving her a chance to merge business with pleasure, how could she not apply Suddenly she has friends, intereMagic was just around the corner Kiri Palger knew the difference between reality new house, hard work and not too many friends and fantasy the fun she had playing online games So when the chance to work for the best gaming company in the world came up, giving her a chance to merge business with pleasure, how could she not apply Suddenly she has friends, interesting neighbors and an intriguing love interest But when the game begins to awaken something inside her, Kiri is shocked by the talents she never knew she had and an evil she d never imagined Her nice, safe life is imploding around her and if she takes up the mantle of her powers, it will never be the same again.RobinDOwens
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    1. Review I didn t realize when requesting this that this was the third book in a series Probably a bit of bad planning on my part, but the synopsis sounded good, so I thought I d go for it I wasn t actually all that lost, given that I hadn t read the first two books, and I was glad for that, because this one was actually a fairly enjoyable, if a little surreal, read Kiri Palger is the main character of this book a budding game designer developer who has just moved to a new home in Mystic Circle Sh [...]

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    2. A really good book I loved the imagination, creativity, personalities, characters, story line and building, and pretty much the whole thing This was written well and pulled me in from the start It had me feeling and totally immersed and left me with a smile and wanting to read Another series to read Good from start to finish Totally Enjoy

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    3. Enchanted Ever After by Robin D Owens 5 STARSThis is the second book of the Mystic circle that I have now read and have enjoyed It is mixture of fantasy,romance and adventure Thier are a few love scenes that I skipped over It is a good mixture of magic and human world combine.Kiri Palger loves her new home on mystic circle She is hoping to get a job with Jenny Weaver her neighbor The circle is having a block party and she will get to meet Jenny She loves playing her computer game Fairies and dra [...]

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    4. Book Review originally published here iheartreading mini revI had no idea this was the third book in a series However, even though not reading book one and two, I wasn t completely lost, and I got the hang of the story almost right away This book is filled with original elements, and a great plot I enjoyed the characters, but sometimes the plot got away from me, and some parts seem to go nowhere A decent read, but could ve been better.

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    5. A really good addition to the series and my favorite so far A surprise since I like the Mystic Circle series, but am not as captivated as I am with Owens Celta series I always enjoy Owens writing style, but the story in this one really brought a lot of the world building elements from the previous two books and did fun and interesting things with it and the new characters Looking forward to the fourth in the series

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    6. Loved the total immersion into this creative world I loved the characters but felt the end was a bit rushed, like the author had to get the book under a certain number of pages.

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    7. Read this as a standalone, because there was nothing in my digital loan indicating this was part of a series woops That said, it works perfectly fine as a standalone novel I didn t find I was missing much of a story, as anything that had happened before was explained if necessary to understanding the plot and anything not necessary merely gave the characters a richer back story and made them believable as friends.The main problem I had with this book was that it needed to be at least two, if not [...]

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    8. I have had this book sitting on my kindle for a couple of weeks for some reason I was waiting to read it boy was it worth the wait Although, I will tell you now if you get it, don t WAIT READ Robin D Owens has a flexible, fluid mind and this story wraps around reality like only true fantasy can For all of you gamers out there you know who you are, those that blur the line between reality and pretend Those of you who just know that the games are real even though based in reality like we are, you [...]

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    9. This book was provided to me for free by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Originally posted at Geekery and Book ReviewsEnchanted Ever After is the third book in the Mystic Circle series Unlike Robin Owen s Celta s Heartmates series, these books are Urban Fantasy set in the modern world If you haven t read any of the previous books in the Mystic Circle series then you re in luck This book explains enough back story to understand what s going on but, not enough that the previous books ar [...]

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    10. Enchanted Ever After by Robin D Owens is the third book in the Mystic Circle series, and the only book I have read from the series Kiri Palger is a gamer, and wants to work on the creative end of computer games than anything She has just moved into the same small community as her career hero, and has the chance to get her ideal job Just as her computer and game dreams start to develop, so do her real relationships Her best friends are facing huge changes in their own lives, and Kiri is making n [...]

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    11. Originally posted on Confessions of an Opinionated Book GeekKiri Palger is rediscovering herself and working hard for a better life She purchased a house in Mystic Circle, because she isn t very close to her family and wanted to belong in a tight community She wants a place to belong More than that, she wants to gain her dream job at what she considers to be the best gaming company in the world Her neighbors work at the gaming company and she hopes that by getting into their good graces it will [...]

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    12. I received a copy of this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion.My Opinion When I requested this book from NetGalley, I wasn t aware that it was the third book in a series, but lucky for me, it was quite easy to follow and worked well as a standalone What I read definitely intrigued me enough to want to read the first two books, though, since they deal with how two of the couples in Enchanted got together I m also interested in finding out about the back story of [...]

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    13. Enchanted Ever AfterMystic Circle Series Book ThreeBy Robin D OwensKiri Palger has dreamed of working for Eight Corp the creators of Fairies and Dragons an online game that Kiri is absolutely addicted to Shortly after Kiri moves into the cul de sac of mystic circle where a number of Eight Corp employees live, she is approached to start work on a new virtual reality project this is a dream come true and Kiri jumps at the chance Soon she finds out that there is another purpose altogether for the n [...]

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    14. Enchanted Ever After is the third in the Mystic Circle series, a Paranormal Romance Urban Fantasy centered in Denver The first book in the series was heavier on the Fantasy with romance on the side a mix I prefer , but the second book disappointed me with the narrow focus on Paranormal Romance I was happy to find this book returning to the larger concerns of the Urban Fantasy world that I enjoyed so much in the first book I really love the blend of magic and modern worlds in this series There ar [...]

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    15. I have waited for this book First, I waited for it to become available at Netgalley Then I waited for my request to be either declined, or accepted And there was much rejoicing when it was acceptedAnd I devoured it It was one of those books where you sit down to read, thinking I ll just read a chapter, and the next thing you know you are on chapter 8.I enjoyed meeting the inhabitants of Mystic Circle again, and seeing them from Kiri s totally human perspective While I was familiar with the intri [...]

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    16. Enchanted Ever After is part of the Mystic Circle series by Robin D Owens It is book three in the series but is the first book in the series that I have read The first two are Enchanted Once and More Enchanted Again There is enough back story included to keep me for feeling lost.There were things I loved about the book The main character, Kiri Palger, is well drawn and very likeable She has made some choices she would like to undo They are not world shaking, they are just things many of us do in [...]

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    17. Enchanted Ever After is the third book in the Mystic Circle Series It can be read as a standalone but I feel that you will enjoy the story so much if you have already have read the first two books before starting this one Now I will admit that this story was not my favorite out of the series but it was a close second Kiri Palger is a game designer who has recently moved to Mystic Circle, Colorado She is looking to get a job at one of the most popular video games and so she was excited to find t [...]

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    18. There s set up and wishiwashiness to this book than I would like the biggest action took place in the last 8% of book.However, the subject matter is impressive Magic and magical beings exist The only problem is, there s fewer and fewer of them Some humans can become magical beings it s just a matter of identifying them and preparing them for the change And what better way to do that than via a video game I loved the gaming aspect of the book, but it seemed superfluous to the plot A different me [...]

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    19. I need to stop reading these as romance what they are is urban fantasy with romantic subplots.The first 100 pages have hardly anything to do with Kiri Palger, because she s the only one not in the know about what is happening they are necessary for the plot and worldbuilding though Once she gets the information and takes part in the experiment it gets really interesting.I liked the fact that the hero saw himself as beta and managed to grow in power and self confidence in this book and the descri [...]

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    20. Even though this is the third book in a series, I didn t feel too lost If I get a chance, I d like to read the other two books The writing here threw me off a little using sentence fragments to convey action, and head hopping from paragraph to paragraph The story was fun, though, of predictable the cover sort of gives it away I enjoyed hearing about Mystic Circle and its inhabitants, and it was fun to have my hometown of St Louis mentioned There s not a huge amount of romance in this one, but th [...]

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    21. This book is the final book in the series by Robin D Hobbs It is a wonderful series every bit as good as her Heart series The series is purely magical and filled with almost every magical being I can think of The author has a great way with her characters making one feel as if they are friends and with each book the friendship deepens I was so caught up in the series that I was looking for the next book to read only to realize quite unhappily that I was reading the last book of the series I wish [...]

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    22. Fascinating book I grabbed this book as part of a reading challenge, as a book based solely on its cover And, it was really good It turns out to be the third in the Mystic Circle series, and although there are hints of what happened previously, I could still follow the book In fact, I ll probably go back and read the first two in the series The characters are well done and I enjoyed the story line There s magic and romance and becoming than is possible I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

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    23. felt like forever to finish This is my first book from this author It wasn t bad but from the beginning to about two thirds of the book I wasn t really getting into the story There was a detachment for me so I wasn t able to enjoy the story as I would have liked considering the premise For a third book, I thought that the setup took a bit too long, but you can read this book as a standalone in that regard Will think if I want to read the other books The last one third of the book was much enter [...]

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    24. I read this book out of order not realising it was book 3 in a series, but it didn t really matter much to the story and I got a sense of the backstory so that didn t affect my enjoyment This series isn t as compelling as her Heartmate series but I still like it I thought the idea of being able to be turned from human to mermaid one that really appealed I am now going back to read the first two.

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    25. I find the concept fascinating but the actual execution is failing The writing is stilted and i have no connection to the characters its all telling instead of showing and the pace reads so slowly to me I also think that the cover artist did a horrible job since one aspect of the plot was what will she be ___ So although the concept was really, really, interesting, it just didn t turn out to be my cup of tea.

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    26. Book 3 in the Mystic Circle series.

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    27. Miniseries Mystic CircleCategory Fantasy You won t want to leave Kiri s enthralling world of magic, filled with mermaids, elves and dwarves Third in the Mystic Circle series, this entry stands alone, but you will definitely want to read the previous adventures An engaging fantasy, especially for those who enjoy a contemporary read RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars.

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    28. So I made it just shy of 50 pages into this book It s kind of intriguing I like the video game aspect, and a small community of paranormals And even that it s about mermaids However, I felt the world hit me too fast and too hard It was world building information overload I started skipping pages, and, that s usually the que for me to just quit before I waste time.

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    29. I find this world intriguing and have read the whole series That said, I had a hard time connecting to this particular story I can t figure out why I liked the heroine and felt for the hero, though I got a bit tired with the constant reiteration that he hand no place where he belonged The world was interesting as ever, but something didn t quite jell for me.

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    30. A hist ria bem interessante, misturando um game de RPG, realidade e magia Mas achei o livro confuso, talvez por n o ter lido os outros da s rie Gostei da hist ria, mas acho que poderia ter sido melhor explicada.

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