3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
as with the other gazillion books Kenyon has churned out in the last 5 years, this book has the brooding, tormented super-guy, and the "ordinary" passive doormat female. Sarcastic lines are given to the female in order to try and hide her complete wet-blanket dishrag personality.
As with all of Kenyon's other books, the book ends after the man reveals his tragic past, unleashes his warm, compassionate nature, the woman has cried for no reason whatsover,whatever bad guy that has been featured has had his come-uppance, and the scene has been set up for the next identical book in the series.
However, maybe I'm being too harsh. There are some differences to be found from book… Read more
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
this book is lovely, i just wish there were more of the same type of books.
ella is a spunky, determined heroine who has had a curse put on her since birth that says she has to be obedient. while she is trying 2 find out ways to set her free, her life is getting even worse.
this book had everything in it, wit, romance, comedy, adventure and a great plot. ella is a great heroine, one you can really relate to and ella enchanted is loosely based on the story of cinderella
one of the best books i have read - it is an unmissable one of a kind