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Disenchanted Read Ä 7 Ö A Breton princess at the peak of the French Renaissance Lilac lives prisoner in her parents' castle after a wicked secret is revealed on the eve of her tenth birthday soirée Years later her coronation ceremony looms and between the riotous townsfolk and scheming nobleman bent on snatching the throne Lilac prepares for the worst Until A woman on a mission to save her kingdom gets mixed up with a reluctant bad boy bodyguard But Brianna Sugalski’s magical pen delivers so much adventure intrigue humor and the kind of deep and diverse world building that leaves you eager for Sean Gibson author of The Part About the Dragon Was Mostly True and The Camelot ShadowSugalski's skill with character development is masterful knights in tarnished armor monsters that cherish family heartless vampires that need a hug crazy witches and royally intriguing wastrels Who is good Who is bad What side will you choose Humans Darklings Disenchanted is full of treachery prejudice disillusionment and death but it also embraces unlikely friendships forgiveness merriment and joy beautiful landscapes and love Kristen Whiskey Wit Book ReviewDisenchanted by Brianna Sugalski is a bold combination of history and fiction fact and fantastical As if the upheaval of the French Revolution weren't already enough to ramp up the tension in any story the addition of magic and our heroine's uest to save herself makes for a thrilling adventure that will leave you on the edge of your seat Katelynn Watkins Watkins Editorial ReviewThough the story is woven on. A gripping tale infused with history adventure and romance; Disenchanted is a compelling story of a cursed princess a crestfallen killer the town that wants them to burn and the witch that can save them bothReaders will be enticed into a world of mystery intrigue and romance Sugalski showcases her mastery in worldbuilding by transporting readers to Broceliande forest and taking them on the journey alongside Lilac and GarinDisenchanted is the kind of story that will sink its teeth into you and entrance it's way into your heart

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The yarn of a political conflict it's romance that stays at the heart of the book Sugalski with an exceptional eye for characterization and situations creates an absorbing fantasy that's a delightful romance and a compelling coming of age tale wrapped together With its witty sharp dialogue crisp prose and tight plotting this impressive series opener has all the merits of a well crafted fantasy Readers who love medieval esue fantasy will be greatly rewarded by this thrilling tale of magic BookSiren The Prairie Book ReviewSugalski's writing is what predominantly adds the fantastical touches to this tale of risk and vulnerability A lyrical prose coupled with vivid descriptions completely engulfs effortlessly carrying away readers to another place and time A straight forward plot with the majority of its focus on the evolution of its characters transforms this epic romp into a very intimate illustration of personal growth and self awareness The mechanics used to build tension do so without flaw which oftentimes had me audibly declaring just one chapter It's easy to lose yourself in this world she's created and I honestly couldn't ask for anything Justine Bergman Whispers and Wonder Revie. What is different is not necessarily dark and even then darkness does not euate to wickedness Even then I'd rather be perceived as wicked than weak any day Women are part heaven and hell This book took me absolutely by surprise This novel has the feel of a fairy tale the struggle of a journey and the courtship of a bull in a china shop and I absolutely adored it I also went into this blind without reading reviews I recommend doing so because it adds to the story as things unfold Too many mini spoilers I noticed that shouldn't have been revealedThe characters are well developed Lilac is our typical princes who has been plagued with a darkness the town folk do not believe makes her fit to rule Banished to the confines of the castle until a mysterious letter offers help Though she has moments of immaturity it plays well into the scene coming off as naivety and fear She is a flawed character in the best sense of the word making it easy to connect with her plight and good heart No one wants a perfect princess Garin is a character I could gush about for days He's infuriatingly witty gracefully abrupt and has a glorious streak of anger befitting his persona Did I mention his wit There's a couple times I had the oh no he didn't monologue going though my head Too fun World building though simple was also created and built upon gracefully Brocéliande and it's many secrets played like an enchanted Moore in my head just add killer Ogres and Darklings The magic system flows throughout the story without confusion too Lastly I did not find myself skipping chunks of paragraphs due to repetitive inner monologue This novel held just the right amount of inner struggle and contemplation that kept me hooked without avid eye rolling I think I read somewhere there is a round 2 I cannot wait to dive back into Brocéliande if that is the case

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DisenchantedA Breton princess at the peak of the French Renaissance Lilac lives prisoner in her parents' castle after a wicked secret is revealed on the eve of her tenth birthday soirée Years later her coronation ceremony looms and between the riotous townsfolk and scheming nobleman bent on snatching the throne Lilac prepares for the worst Until a mysterious letter arrives from The Witch of Lupine Grotto detailing a curious offer to cure her darkness forever Lilac begrudgingly trades her coronet for a cloak and ventures into the forest Brocéliande in pursuit of the impious enchantress at the edge of town With only the protection of an inherited dagger and unsolicited help of the sardonic stranger who inserts himself on her uest she must traverse Brocèliande and return in time to claim her rightful position as sovereign monarch This is the story of a cursed princess A crestfallen killer The town that wants them to burn And the witch that can save them bothAdvance Praise for DISENCHANTEDGirl meets boy girl turns out to be heir to the throne boy turns out to be a centuries old vampiretale as old as time right Wrong Sure Disenchanted delivers all the explosive romantic energy you’d expect when. I can honestly say Disenchanted took me by surprise I didn’t think I would enjoy it as much as I did so much in fact that I can’t stop thinking about Garin and Lilac I won’t go over the synopsis of this book because if you’re reading this you’ve probably already know what the book is aboutThat being said the things I loved about this story was numerous starting with the world Sugalski created Hello mysterious forest home to magical creatures called the Darklings I LOVED this concept of having vampires witches Fae and all other sorts living their lives in a forest where humans fear to go These characters weren’t written in a fluff way thank goodness The author kept them dark and true to their monstrous nature and I am here for it And Garinoh sarcastic sassy and sexy checked all of the boxes for me as the lead male He was the balance to naive sheltered and weary Lilac in the most beautiful way I enjoyed their journey together because it wasn’t perfect but rather flawed and full of learning about themselves just as much as learning about each other Talk about a self discovery journey The reason I gave it 4⭐️ instead of 5 was because I felt the ending was rushed The author gave us such an adventurous journey through out the book and then everything seemed resolved in the last 15 pages It was a good endingjust a bit rushed Give it a read you won’t be disappointedARC provided by The Parliament Press in exchange for an honest review