Axe of Ranier. Fairy stories and wonder tales. B Baa, baa, black sheep. Folk lore readers, v. Story of the blind Baba Abdalla. Babes in the wood. Children in the wood. More English fairy tales. Five senses. Mother Goose rhymes, jingles and fairy tales Altemus ed. Old-fashioned stories. Old, old fairy tales. See Babiola. Bourhill and Drake. Fairy tales from South Africa. Dickinson and Skinner. Children's book of Christmas stories. Legend of Babouscka. Bacchus and Pentheus.
God of the ivy crown. Bacon, Roger: Friar Bacon and the brazen head. Bacon pie. Fairy gold. Bad boy, Story of the. Wonder children. Badger and the bear. Smoky Day's wigwam evenings. Wigwam evenings. Old Indian legends. Badger in the bag. Brooks, E. Wonder stories from the Mabinogion. Pwyll and Rhiannon. More Celtic fairy tales. Powel, Prince of Dyfed. Knightly legends of Wales. Pwyll, Prince of Dyved. Pwyll and the game of badger in the bag. Badger's money.
See also Farmer and the badger. Bag of flour. Bag of minutes. Bag of sand poem. The hidden servants. Bag of smiles. Why the chimes rang. Bag of winds. Baker's daughter. See also Red-headed woodpecker. Baker's three daughters. Fairy legends of the French provinces. Bala lake. Upon a peak in Darien. Modern Greek fairy tales. Bald knight. Bald man and the fly. See Baldur. Baldur and the mistletoe. Brown, A. In the days of giants. Balder and the mistletoe. Stories of childhood and nature. Death of Baldur. Nine worlds. Norse stories. Story telling in home and school. Legends of Norseland.
Dying Baldur. See Sir Balin. Ball-carrier and the Bad One. Ball of thread. Kiltartan wonder book. Balloon boy. Star jewels. Bamboo-cutter and the moon-child. Japanese fairy tales. Bamboo cutter's daughter. Bamboo-cutter's daughter. See Bamboo-cutter and the moon- child. Band, the bob-wig, and the feather poem ,. Banished king. Bee-man of Orn. Bank swallows. Origin of. Hall and Oilman.
A story that Eskimos tell their children. Banshee of the MacCarthy's. Banyan deer king. Bar of gold. Barak Hagel and his wives. Barbara Allen poem. Boy's Percy. Sir John Grehme and Barbara Allen. Story of the barber. Barber's clever wife. Tales of the Punjab. Barber's eldest brother. See also Milkmaid and her pail. Barber's second brother. Barber's third brother.
Barber's fourth brother. Barber's fifth brother. Barber's sixth brother. See Barmecide feast. Barmecide feast. Story of the barber's sixth brother. Fifty famous stories, play. Story of the Barmecide feast. Barring the door poem. Tales of Old England. Get up and bar the door. Old ballads in prose. Russian grandmother's wonder tales. Basket of flowers. Basket woman. Bat and the two weasels. Bat and weasels. Bat, birds and beasts. Birds, the beasts and the bat. Bath-boy's daughter. Battle of the beasts.
See War of the wolf and the fox. Battle of the birds. Children's book of Celtic stories. Lilac fairy book. See also Nix Nought Nothing. Battle of the frogs and mice. Wonder book of beasts. Battle of the kegs poem. Battle of the monkey and the crab. Battle of the sheep. Battle of the third cousins. Battle that never was fought. Baucis and Philemon. Miraculous pitcher.
Philemon and Baucis. Wonder book. Stories of heroic deeds. Linden and the oak. How a wicked city was destroyed. Our little Austrian cousin. Grey fairy book.
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Bear and Skrattel. Cat on the Dovrefell. Household tales. Everyman's ed. Bear and the Skrattel. Book of fairy tale bears. Fairy ring. Bear and the bee-hives. Bear and the fowls. Bear and the fox go into partnership. See Bruin and Reynard partners. Bear and the fox make a wager. Pork and honey. Book of fairy-tale bears. Grandsire bear and Re- nard the fox. Bear and the little old woman. Russian grand- mother's wonder tales. Disappointed bear. Bear and the tailor. See Clever tailor.
Bear and the two huntsmen. Bear and the two travelers. See Travelers and the bear. Bear and the wrens. See Wren and the bear. Bear hunt. Bear in a forest pitfall. See Father Bruin in the corner. Bear in the woods. Bear man. Pawnee hero stories. Bear story. Oak-tree fairy book.
New Year's bargain. Bear that played at soldiers. See What the moon saw. Bear, the boar, and the fox. Bear, the monkey and the pig poem. Talk- ing beasts. Bear, the moose and the walrus. Flying plover. Bear who was an enchanted king. See King Valemon, the white bear. Bears and the magician. Bear's bad bargain. Another fairy reader. Pears and the pudding.
Bear's short tail. See Why the bear has a stumpy tail. Household tales Everyman's ed. Wonder clock. See Bear and the two huntsmen. Beato Torello da Poppi, Life of the. Legends every child should know. Beaumains, the knight of the kitchen. See Sir Gareth. Beautiful helwa maiden. Forty-four Turkish fairy tales.
Beautiful herd-girl. Beautiful Maria di Legno. Fairy tales from many lands. Beautiful palace east of the sun and north of the earth. See also East o' the sun and west o' the moon. Folk-story and verse. Aunt Louisa's book of fairy tales.. Danish fairy and folk tales. Beauty and the horse. Boys' and girls' fairy stories. Forty famous fairy tales. Favorites from fairyland. Beauty and the beast, and other stories. History of Jack the giant killer, and other stories.
Nursery tales. Twenty best fairy tales. Tales of passed times. Sleeping beauty. Book of folk stories. Old, old fairy tales VVarne ed. Riverside readers, v. Outlook fairy book. See also Chinese beauty and the beast. See Beauty and the beast. Beauty of form and beauty of mind.
Stories and tales. Beaver and the Porcupine. Lang, L. Strange story book. Beaver story. True fairy stories. Beaver's lodge. Bee and the fly. Bee and the orange tree. Fanciful tales. Three cows. Bees and the bears. Bees and the flies, Story of the. Bees, the drones, and the wasp. See Beetle who went on his travels. Beetle who went on his travels. Fairy tales Turpin. Stories Riverside ed. Wonder stories. Dwarf's spectacles. Golden beetle that went on his travels.
Beg and the fox. Book of fairy tale foxes. Fox and his friends. See also Fox and the king's son. Beggar and his dog. Beggar and the princess. Beggar's daughter of Bethnal Green. Beggar's daughter of Bednall Green. Beginning The. See Creation of the world, Norse. Beginning of poetry. See Odin and the mead. Beginning of the Armadillos. Just so stories. Beginning of things. Beleaguered city. Believing husbands. Bell of Atri. The king's bell. See also Stone of gratitude. Bell of justice. See also Bell of Atri. Bella del Mondo. Italian fairy tales. Belle Belle; or, The Chevalier Fortune.
Belle dame sans merci poem. See Pegasus. Belling the cat. Mice in council. Council held by rats. Mice and the cat. Rats and the cat. Who will bell the cat? Bell's hollow. Belly and the members. Beloved of the sun. Bend the bough in time. Bended rocks. Snowbird and the water tiger, and other American Indian tales. Wigwam stories. Legend of Niagara Falls. Legends from the red man's forest. Legend of the Horse Shoe Falls. Beneficent frog. See Benevolent frog. Benevolent frog.
Frog and the lion fairy. W'iggin and Smith. Spanish fairy tales. Benjy in Beastland. Trusty John and other stories. Best fairy of all. Overheard in fairyland. Best that life has to give. Best wish. There is no fear for those with whom all women are in love. Dog Gellert. Llewellyn and his dog. Old fashioned stories. Martyred hound. See also King and his hawk. Betty Chidley, the witch. See Sir Bevis. Beware of bad company. Talking thrush and other tales from India. Bewitched bottles. See Magic bottles. Bewitched butter. L Yeats. Irish fairy and folk tales. Bewitched huntsman; or, Three ivory bobbins.
Little Mr. Beyond the fire island. Italian fairy book. Bibi, Baba and Bobo. Home fairy tales. Big Bird Dan. Big Eye Buzzard. Bypaths in Dixie. Big frog and the little frogs. Big Klaus and Little Klaus. See Little Claus and Big Claus. Big Peter and Little Peter. Big spider and the little spider. Folklore stories and proverbs. Billy B 's adventure. Billy Beg and the bull. Raised with no knowledge of magic, other worlds or fairies Taryn doesn't know what to believe about her realistic dreams of a magical forest with music in its trees and a beautiful man that begs her to save him every night.
She tries to forget the man and her dreams as the priest punishes her for them, telling her that the man is the devil and she has sinned by summoning him. Confused, afraid and yet feeling drawn to the warrior she doesn't know what to believe. Her father, the priest and their punishments or what she feels. One day her father announces she will be wed to the Raven of Rhyddon, rumors of his black-hearted deeds and magical powers were known throughout all of Wales and England alike and Taryn is afraid that he will turn out to be the demon lord they call him to be.
She decides to escape him if he turns out to be the devil and besides she will finally be away from her abusive father. Imagine her astonishment when her future husband is the man in her dreams. Her eyes opened wide, and her hand quaked hard enough to rattle her knuckles as it came to her mouth. He stood there, as he had so many nights before in her dreams, born of moonbeams and music. Her forest prince, her nightly angel was here in the flesh!
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He was real! There are several sidekicks from Gabriel's family that add to the story and one in particular is Elusen. I loved Elusen! I would love to read a book about him and his story. Another addition was Honorah, Gabriel's sister in law. She is Irish and this is where I had a bit of a problem. The author tried to write her Irish brogue by using "ya" and "yar".
Now, normally I don't notice or quibble about such things and her lines in the book aren't that many or close together but I swear every time I read "yar" I was pulled out of the book and kept picturing a ginger haired female pirate with a parrot on her shoulder. It was a personal annoyance that occurs very few times in the book and I just tried to pretend "yar" wasn't there and it was just good old plain "you".
I find my self unwilling to describe more of the plot to you. There's Aneira and her schemes and how Gabriel and Taryn fight her but I don't want to give anymore away as I think it will detract from it if you decide to read it. Another minor quibble is that there's some reiterating during the book that felt unnecessary to me. I truly enjoyed myself with this book and I let the imagery transport me to the magical forest and I longed to dance barefoot with the fairies.
I know that some of you might find this book too flowery or too sweet but to those of you that love a good fantasy book with all kinds of fairies and magic and enchantments this is the book for you. I'd especially recommend it to those that have read C. Wilson's The Winter King and have been looking for something close to it. After he marries Taryn and Aneira calls him he goes to her.
You're left thinking he had sex with her but it's later revealed that he managed to resist her for the first time.
View all 48 comments. Aug 24, Celestine rated it it was amazing Shelves: lendable , fantasy , tortured-hero-heroine. Sometimes you are just in the mood for flowery, passionate prose that celebrates the beauty in anticipation and consummation of everlasting romantic love. The Enchanted by Genevra Thorne delivers this, and then some. This book, and its sequel, excel in building a deep and abiding love, testing that love, finding ecstasy in that love, and then letting it flourish forever.
All those words feel so over the top, but they really are so appropriate to this book. Prince Gabriel is cursed to hollowly bo Sometimes you are just in the mood for flowery, passionate prose that celebrates the beauty in anticipation and consummation of everlasting romantic love. Prince Gabriel is cursed to hollowly bow to the decadent demands of a wicked fairy. He despairs, along with his family, of ever breaking the curse. He marries the unsuspecting and timid Taryn in what at first seems a political arrangement, but in realization is much, much more.
Even the odd impression of their love feeling a little prescribed at the beginning gets a deeper and richer explanation. Taryn undergoes a metamorphosis, so give both her, and the unfeeling Gabriel, a little bit of breathing room before deciding she is too much of a mouse and he is too much of a lout.
Their journey is worth reading. At times the story lagged a little, and for a fairy tale based upon a warrior prince, I expected a little more rousing adventure. However, the fantasy world was complex and richly detailed, plus the secondary characters are plentiful and interesting. Finally, the love scenes have a pulse and rhythm to them that overwhelm your senses. They are that well written. Jun 07, Mei rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , netgalley. I must say that the title says it all: this is a pure fairy tale!
There's the enchanted prince, the beautiful, sweet, abused heroine, the bad, evel witch, her even more bad mother, the enchanted kingdom, fairies, pixies, there's And more!!! It was like reading a fairy tale and being again 12 years old! It is naive, it is full of misunderstandings and enchatments, it is alsmot too sweet! But i enoyed returning to my youth! View all 9 comments. Tales of enchanted lands, faeries and love, do we ever get tired of them? There is something magical in their stores, even when those childhood tales get a grown up spin.
Gabriel is the heir to the throne of his kingdom, but for four years he has been under the enchantment of a wicked seductress he refused to be taken in by. She is all he thinks of, life has little meaning and he is a broken man. In the human realm, a young woman dreams nightly of a fantasy lover who cries out to her in the night, who begs her to save him. Taryn knows faeries are magical myths, but when her dreams become reality and Gabriel stands before her, she will have to be brave enough and strong enough for the both of them, and use the power of the only magic she knows, love.
The Enchanted by Genevra Thorne is definitely and enchanted tale of love and the power it holds over any heart. Follow on this magical journey as once again, love conquers all when two beings from different worlds find the meaning of all-encompassing love. There are dark twists, moments that feel ominous and moments that will break your heart, but through it all, one always feels they have entered another realm as the magical swirls around and the characters come to life, well, like magic! I received this copy from the author in exchange for my honest review. View 1 comment. I looooovvvveeee stories about the fae, but this one was infinitely more different and spectacular!
We are taken back in time to Wales where we meet two people who seem to be lost in their lives. Taryn is held back living with her father that seems to more than dislike her, and there are soooo many rules! We then meet Gabriel, who is enchanted to respond to someone who he does not like, but when Taryn and Gabriel meet things finally begin to look up for the pair! Finally there is happiness in these two deserving souls, but as the twists begin to come, will their happiness last? I have officially fallen for these characters and this wondrous world!! I had a hard time putting this one down!
Taryn begins as such a timid woman, but as it progresses she becomes so strong! I love how she brought out the best in Gabriel. But with every great story we also have the wicked witches So happy karma caught up with them! Not just the main characters were well developed, but a number of the secondary characters were written beautifully!
This was a story that will be sticking with me long past the last words written. This was a great read, and I highly recommend this to all who love the fae! Jun 19, Sha Mslvoe rated it really liked it Shelves: freebie , historical-romance , hot-warrior , medieval , on-nook , fae. I was hooked from that beginning. You will never go wronged with Paula Quinn's writings.
Sep 18, Mirabella rated it it was amazing Shelves: absolute-alltime-favorites , dark-or-light-fae-fairies-elves , barbarians-warriors-knights. A fantastic book full of magic: a wonderful hero, a likable heroine, lovely side characters, beautiful world building and great story. A real fairy faerie tale for adults, with beautifully written steamy scenes. It was great to see the main characters change throughout the story - the heroine from being timid and naive to being brave and strong and for the hero to slowly breaking the enchantment and finding love and his feelings again.
Genevra Thorne has created a delightful historical world full of faeries, magic, beauty, and mischief. This is the start of a great new series. I am looking forward to reading more from this author! Taryn is a young woman living in Wales in Every night she dreams of a handsome man who begs her to save him. She made the mistake of confessing this to her father's household chaplain, Father Aimsley.
Father Aimsley convinced Taryn that these dreams are evil and sinful and sentenced her punishment for penance. This is nothing new for Taryn. Her father and Father Aimsley are cruel, often sending her to the pit for her "sins. Gabriel is half Tylwyth Teg, a race of Welsh faeries. His father is king of the Tylwyth Teg and has made Gabriel his heir. Gabriel wants nothing to do with the faery realm. Unfortunately, he has been enchanted by a Daoine Sidhe named Aneira. This enchantment causes Gabriel to desire only Aneira, even though they are enemies and Aneira seeks to destroy Gabriel and his family.
He is unable to see any beauty in his surroundings because of this enchantment. Gabriel's family thinks that Taryn may be able to free Gabriel from Aneira. Gabriel, cynical as ever, thinks his plight is hopeless. Can Taryn break Aneira's enchantment of Gabriel? Can they learn to live together?
Will they fall in love? Can they both survive the wrath of the vengeful Daoine Sidhe? Taryn and Gabriel resist each other at first, as happens in most romance novels. Taryn has been brought up to believe that her desires are sinful and that she should be ashamed of herself for feeling desire at all. Couple that with the knowledge that her new husband has a lover and I can understand why she avoided him at the beginning.
Elusen is my favorite. I really hope to read more about him as the series continues. The Gwragedd Annwn are also pretty awesome. The nicknames they had for everyone e. Thewife, Themother, Witchcow had me laughing to myself. I hope for more of the Gwragedd Annwn in future books in the series, even though I have no idea how to pronounce "Gwragedd Annwn.
I have high hopes for the rest of the series! I really loved the book. The story of Gabriel and Taryn is really sad but also very beautiful. It has very funny moments and I looove it, I recommend it. I am officially in a "Book Hangover" right now. This is one of those reads that just doesn't want you to put it down, begging for just one more page. It has an added bonus of being the first in a series, and I love books in a series.
Taryn Hamilton, abused and oppressed by her father, is being married off to a terrifying man in ex I am officially in a "Book Hangover" right now. Taryn Hamilton, abused and oppressed by her father, is being married off to a terrifying man in exchange for the protection of her father's holdings from English invaders.
Taryn truly shouldn't worry too much, it couldn't be worse than being thrown in her father's pit for the myriad of offenses she committed on a seemingly daily basis.
But she didn't want to marry this stranger coming for her, she wanted the man she dreamed of nightly He saw no beauty in life unless Aneira of the Daoine Sidhe desired it. When she called, he went, what she wanted, he gave. His life was worthless. But there was one chance, a song, a woman Gabriel journeyed to Hamilhawk, home of his last chance. When Taryn saw Gabriel, she saw the man in her dreams. When Gabriel saw Taryn he saw a woman much in need of rescuing from a tyrannical man. It would do for now. I'm not going to say more about the plot of the book, I don't want to ruin it for you.
I will say that I loved watching the dormouse change into a strong and capable woman. I loved Gabriel and Taryn together, I loved their journey and I adored their ending. The side character I absolutely adored him and I look forward to seeing him in future books, hopefully with his own love interest??!! And I have to say, I have been eating a lot of peach yogurt Thank you so much Genevra Thorne. I look forward to the next installment in this series, you are on my auto-buy list!! Until Next Time!
Sep 18, Varied Books rated it really liked it Shelves: ku. View 2 comments. I'm so glad I got to read this. I don't read many paranormal stories but because this was part historical romance it definitely added to my interest. But I have to say, it didn't read paranormal to me at all. Fae is absolutely different and I'm highly enjoying Fae romances and will definitely be reading more of them. Genevra knows how to write a good enchanting romance and it kept me turning the pages. About this Item: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Dust Jacket Condition: F.
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