Book Review

by Elisabeth Naughton

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Another winning installment in the Eternal Guardians series will leave you eager for more as the action is unbelievably thrilling and the emotional conflicts are involving throughout. Familial relationships are strained as brother is pitted against brother, then against the entire enclave as Gryphon and Malea embark on their quest.

Rescued by his twin, Gryphon is finally free from the Underworld. But the voice of Atalanta is in his head, constantly calling him to return and bring him the orb that she’s given him six months to recover. On his journey, he intercepts Malea. As the daughter of Zeus and Persephone, her goal is to prove to her father she’s worthy to return to Mt. Olympus. Gryph accepts Malea as a traveling companion because she quiets the voices in his head and seems to know the intricate tunnels that lead to their ultimate destination. Together they face hellhounds and daemons and vanquish everything except their growing attraction. (SOURCEBOOKS, Nov., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Donna M. Brown


Published: November 2012

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4.5 Stars

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LITERAL ADDICTION's Review of Enslaved

Submitted by MichelleLOlson on November 6, 2012 - 10:16am.

Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Michelle L. Olson:

*eARC received from NetGalley.

Yet another incredible installment in the Eternal Guardians series from Elisabeth Naughton. These books continue to capture my attention & demand respect!

Gryphon and Maelea are both tortured, wounded souls with trust issues. They're unexpectedly thrown together on this complex adventure and quest which only serves to solidify their bond and create a romance that is electric.

Their journey is full of betrayal, doubt, grief, and healing, and when all put together, provided a gripping, emotional, action packed book that I will definitely pick back up for a re-read.

It was SO nice to see Gryphon finally get his Happily Ever After despite the horrendous journey to get there and I can't wait for the next book - I'm assuming it'll be Titus's story & I'm eagerly awaiting the outcome.

LITERAL ADDICTION gives Enslaved a well deserved 5 Skulls!(