Enchant the Night
In the arms of a centuries-old vampire, a woman awakens to newfound passion--and magical powers of her own. Hungarian vampires are born, not made--and can breed with mortal females. Being one of the oldest of his kind, Quill Falconer has honed his skills at hunting just the right kind of prey, which is why his latest victim confounds him. She shouldn't remember his drinking her blood. And he shouldn't still be craving more . . .Callie Hathaway's life is as normal as it can be after the death of the beloved grandmother who raised her. Until one night, feeling foggy and fatigued, she realizes that a strangely sensual encounter with a dark, handsome man didn't occur only in her imagination.As Callie and Quill's unique connection draws them together, an ancient order of knights seeks Quill's destruction. Being together puts Callie in mortal danger--until she uncovers a magical family legacy. Side by side they'll fight for survival, and for each other, as the brotherhood of vampire hunters gather for one final showdown.

Enchant the Night Details

TitleEnchant the Night
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseAug 25th, 2020
PublisherZebra
ISBN-139781420151596
Rating
GenreRomance

Enchant the Night Review

  • Lover of Romance
    January 1, 1970
    This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Zebra in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Enchant The Night is a stand alone novel by Amanda Ashley. I will say that I have come to appreciate over the years the writing style of this author and most especially in how she writes her vampire romances, I love the spooky feel to them, the lurking dangers and mysteries that she i This review was originally posted on Addicted To RomanceI received this book for free from Zebra in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Enchant The Night is a stand alone novel by Amanda Ashley. I will say that I have come to appreciate over the years the writing style of this author and most especially in how she writes her vampire romances, I love the spooky feel to them, the lurking dangers and mysteries that she involves in her stories. So I was expecting this book to blow me away like I am used to but sadly it didn't. I actually struggled with staying with this book at times. I wasn't fully invested in the story, it just didn't draw me in like this author normally does but still a likable story. Enchant The Night begins with our hero ....a vampire who is hundreds of years old. But then he feeds on a woman and for some reason she is still remembering who is he but when he is attacked and she saves him and shelters him in her home, a fragile trust is built and this trust turns into love. But their love will be threatened by an extremist group who hunt vampires. But as their journey goes from various areas in the country, and their search for the extremisists ....true growth individually and in the relationship will build in such an epic way Enchant The Night is a story that was different from what I was expecting it to be. I still don't know what to quite make of this story to be honest. So this review is really challenging so I am on the fence on some elements. I wanted to love this pairing and this story but there just was something off putting about it that just didn't pull me in like I was expecting. I am not saying that I didn't enjoy this one here because it definitely had much promise. I really loved the mix of a witch heroine and a vampire hero. Such a fun mix and I really adored seeing our heroine grow within herself and finding love along the way. There are so many strengths that we see in the relationship but I loved how they stick together and fight for each other in all the important ways. Enchant The Night is a story that is packed with thrilling scenes of suspense, intrigue, magic and romantic delights!!
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  • dia
    January 1, 1970
    dnf 20%I told myself I'd actually finish this since it's simple and all that but it's so bad I can't force myself through it. Even if I didn't have a huge tbr pile already, I don't think I'd finish this, sadly...The story seemed interesting so I requested it and was very excited when I received the email saying I got the eARC, but after just a few chapters I noticed it wasn't enjoyable, believable, or good at all. There's sudden point of view changes in the same chapter, a few pages in and they' dnf 20%I told myself I'd actually finish this since it's simple and all that but it's so bad I can't force myself through it. Even if I didn't have a huge tbr pile already, I don't think I'd finish this, sadly...The story seemed interesting so I requested it and was very excited when I received the email saying I got the eARC, but after just a few chapters I noticed it wasn't enjoyable, believable, or good at all. There's sudden point of view changes in the same chapter, a few pages in and they're already horny for each other, the heroine's actions are boring and irrational (she doesn't seem to have a personality, we go through her doing mundane things instead of focusing on the cool supernatural part, and she actually meets a random dude she dreamed about in a park at night???), and the hero isn't cool or attractive at all.The heroine doesn't react to finding out the hero is an actual vampire, that he literally murdered people, drank her blood without her consent....... she takes him home, helps him heal, and then offers him breakfast when he admits he killed the guys that hurt him. Like, yeah maybe accepting vampires could be easy enough but that's just... way too much. She's supposed to be a normal girl but then her dead witch grandma talks to her, she has magical protection, she acts like that and keeps thinking about making vampires babies with this random vampire dude she met. Alright, I guess. The insta-lust and insta-love just aren't really my thing and I don't think they were well executed. I can't believe they care for each other - maybe the heroine thinks the vampire is hot or something, but I kept thinking about Twilight during a lot of scenes, like... "how old are you?" "thirty" "how long have you been thirty?" ughhh. Also like, apparently the hero has a ~connection~ with the heroine and feels for her... because he also dated her witch grandma...? Ugh.So, yeah. I'm disappointed it wasn't anything like it was promised. I'm sorry, but I can't continue this.thanks to netgalley & publisher for giving me an eARC of this book.
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  • TinaMarie
    January 1, 1970
    There are two kinds of vampires in the world, ones who are born and those that are made. The Hungarian vampires are born and rarely kill from those they feed from but they are still hunted by the Knights of the Dark Wood. Quill is one of the oldest Hungarian vampires and he'd rather live in peace but they won't let him.Callie's world changes the night Quill feed's from her and his memory wipe doesn't hold. Not only does she remember she finds herself pulled into his world and learns she's a witc There are two kinds of vampires in the world, ones who are born and those that are made. The Hungarian vampires are born and rarely kill from those they feed from but they are still hunted by the Knights of the Dark Wood. Quill is one of the oldest Hungarian vampires and he'd rather live in peace but they won't let him.Callie's world changes the night Quill feed's from her and his memory wipe doesn't hold. Not only does she remember she finds herself pulled into his world and learns she's a witch.While these two dance around their connection, Quill is hunted and repeatedly attacked by the knights putting them both in danger.There are some very charming, heartfelt moments but the relationship progression felt stilted and wishy washy they often felt more like friends than romantic interests. It's a likeable book, with interesting characters, but I felt more connections with Ava and Quill than with Callie.I received an ARC copy and am voluntarily leaving a review. If you like my reviews I hope you will follow my blog. https://wyldheartreads.wordpress.com/
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  • Susan
    January 1, 1970
    I enjoyed the story overall; however, I found the writing style to be very dry and stilted. This story is more suspense than romance and the main character, Callie, comes across as immature at times. I am not sure that I would read another by this author.
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  • Maranda
    January 1, 1970
    Amanda Ashley never disappoints my need for the paranormal read. Ancient Vampire Quill is drawn to Callie as she is to him. Will they be able to save each other from their enemies? "A copy of this book was provided by Kensington via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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  • V SB
    January 1, 1970
    This book is all about a different kind of vampire - Hungarian to be exact. They can eat, drink wine, have babies etc just like any normal human being. Quill Falconer happens to be that type of a vampire and is supposed to be one of the oldest and a powerful one at that.. As with any vampire story, you have the vampire hunters and in this case you have the Knights of Dark Wood, who are able to hunt for vampires via a medallion and a cloak of invisibility. Finally you have Callie Hathaway, grandd This book is all about a different kind of vampire - Hungarian to be exact. They can eat, drink wine, have babies etc just like any normal human being. Quill Falconer happens to be that type of a vampire and is supposed to be one of the oldest and a powerful one at that.. As with any vampire story, you have the vampire hunters and in this case you have the Knights of Dark Wood, who are able to hunt for vampires via a medallion and a cloak of invisibility. Finally you have Callie Hathaway, granddaughter of a powerful witch and unbeknownst to her, happens to also be a witch. Things start to get weird after a couple of chapters when Quill finds out that Callie is the grand daughter of Ava, a witch he had a one night stand with a hundred years ago.. How does he find out? By drinking Callie's blood that made him think there's something familiar about it.. hmmm.. okay... Then for someone who is suppose to be powerful, Quill sure gets injured a lot and is often overpowered by the Knights! Then we have stubborn Callie who was warned by Quill not to inform her friend about him and what does she do? Of course she goes to said friend and blabs about him right? Then we have this scene wherein the Knights murder a couple of vampires in this small town all because of Callie and does she show remorse or even guilt? Nope. I mean seriously? You are responsible for the deaths of a couple of vampires ( ok so lets say she did it because she had to save her friend) but c'mon lady!! show some guilt! So yeah, what started our as a book with promise fell kind of flat for me.. Ms. Ashley is one of my all time authors but unfortunately, this book wasn't my cup of tea.ARC provided by NetGalley, Kensington Books and Ms. Amanda Ashley.
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  • Lynn
    January 1, 1970
    Hungarian vampire, Quill Falconer, is a born not made vampire. His kind can mate with human woman and produce offspring. In his centuries of life, Quill has never found a woman he felt could be a soulmate. When a particular young woman becomes his latest meal, Quill finds her most compelling.Callie Hathaway thinks she is a normal human although her late grandmother had some witchy proclivities. After her encounter with Quill despite his memory wiping skills, Callie remembers it happening which s Hungarian vampire, Quill Falconer, is a born not made vampire. His kind can mate with human woman and produce offspring. In his centuries of life, Quill has never found a woman he felt could be a soulmate. When a particular young woman becomes his latest meal, Quill finds her most compelling.Callie Hathaway thinks she is a normal human although her late grandmother had some witchy proclivities. After her encounter with Quill despite his memory wiping skills, Callie remembers it happening which should not be. Reading Callie's thoughts, Quill seeks her out to do more than wipe Callie's memory; however, he is compelled to protect instead of destroy her.Complicating their relationship is a secret group sworn to destroy vampires, and who are determined to wipe out Quill. He is hunted and stalked by more than one member of the ancient order of knights with comical names. Also a mitigating factor, Quill had an affair with Callie's grandmother and she is none to pleased to find out that tidbit.The issues with the grandmother having been Quill's lover add a bit of an ick factor. This story seemed rather more YA than adult in genre. Callie's immaturity, their lack of chemistry, and very drawn out attempts at a physical relationship along with some confusing parts do not really form a cohesive tale.
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  • Carrie
    January 1, 1970
    This book had a unique spin on your typical vampire romance. I was certainly surprised with all the places this book took me.Callie is the seemingly random target of a Hungarian vampire named Quill. After their first meeting (which Quill immediately tries to erase from her mind), it's clear that they are drawn to one another. I admit, it's a little bit of questionable consent in parts, especially since he's got a growing list of powers throughout the book, but if you are able to put that aside, This book had a unique spin on your typical vampire romance. I was certainly surprised with all the places this book took me.Callie is the seemingly random target of a Hungarian vampire named Quill. After their first meeting (which Quill immediately tries to erase from her mind), it's clear that they are drawn to one another. I admit, it's a little bit of questionable consent in parts, especially since he's got a growing list of powers throughout the book, but if you are able to put that aside, they end up going through a very fast series of couple ups and downs. The big bad in this story is the knights that hunt vampires. They've got some witch magic on their side, but are generally just determined to wipe out vampires from existence. There's also some side baddies in the form of evil other vampires. Combine this with some rather unusual connections, lots of surprising turns, and an ultimate HEA, and you've got this book in a nutshell. I'm not sure if this was supposed to start a series, but it's not overloaded with side characters as other series starters tend to be. Callie definitely grew on me along the way, but where the story leaves us seems to wrap things up nicely.
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  • F. Freewel
    January 1, 1970
    I had high hopes for this book - the cover description looked so interesting!It was just so boring, unfortunately. The characters were so dull and wishy-washy. The first 50% was of the female MC showering, going out for a movie, going out for dinner, or having a chat with her best friend. Did she have any semblance of life? I understand she was well comfortable financially, so she didn’t have to work at all, but still... I would have liked to see some kind of passion for something! It is mention I had high hopes for this book - the cover description looked so interesting!It was just so boring, unfortunately. The characters were so dull and wishy-washy. The first 50% was of the female MC showering, going out for a movie, going out for dinner, or having a chat with her best friend. Did she have any semblance of life? I understand she was well comfortable financially, so she didn’t have to work at all, but still... I would have liked to see some kind of passion for something! It is mentioned she dabbles in photography, but it seems to happen only once in a blue moon! As soon as she meets Quill (the male MC) she starts cancelling all her future photography jobs... It was disappointing.Oh! And Quill... What can I say about him? He was so tame, with barely any character. By the way, for being a person that was born in the Middle Ages, he sure has a strange name! And the whole story that he had slept with her grandmother in the past?? I didn’t know what to make of that O.o All in all, the novel was extremely repetitive and boring. Then the action started, but by then they had lost me.
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  • Angel Ortega
    January 1, 1970
    When Quill realizes that he can’t successfully erase Callie’s memories of him, he becomes intrigued as to why. The more he learns about Callie, the more he falls in love with her. Callie’s character initially is difficult to like. There is a lot of emotion swinging back and forth with her and she’s very unsure of herself. Once she learns of her history, she gains more confidence in herself and her ability to support Quill as he fights for his life and the lives of his Hungarian vampires. The sto When Quill realizes that he can’t successfully erase Callie’s memories of him, he becomes intrigued as to why. The more he learns about Callie, the more he falls in love with her. Callie’s character initially is difficult to like. There is a lot of emotion swinging back and forth with her and she’s very unsure of herself. Once she learns of her history, she gains more confidence in herself and her ability to support Quill as he fights for his life and the lives of his Hungarian vampires. The story was slow to get going, but once it did, it kept me engaged. The relationship development in the first half of the story between the two characters did not pull me in. I also found myself struggling with Callie’s immaturity in her emotions until some of the pieces of the story came together like a puzzle, and Callie started acting more like the adult she was. Her heritage was also very interesting and I would have enjoyed seeing more of that as well.
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  • Tammy Jones
    January 1, 1970
    Quill, an ancient Hungarian vampire, comes across Callie, a young mortal, as she leaves a shop. He discreetly steers her into an alley as he quietly calms her distress and quickly feeds from her. As he releases her, he erases her memory of him and his bite. Normally, this would be the end of their connection, but Callie somehow retains the memory. Sensing Callie's revelation, Quill realizes that he is going to have to take more drastic measures because mortals can't know about the reality of vam Quill, an ancient Hungarian vampire, comes across Callie, a young mortal, as she leaves a shop. He discreetly steers her into an alley as he quietly calms her distress and quickly feeds from her. As he releases her, he erases her memory of him and his bite. Normally, this would be the end of their connection, but Callie somehow retains the memory. Sensing Callie's revelation, Quill realizes that he is going to have to take more drastic measures because mortals can't know about the reality of vampires. Unfortunately for Quill, he is drawn to Callie and the feeling is mutual. Because of an organization called The Knights of the Dark Wood, Callie and Quill are forced to work together to keep each other safe. How can a mere mortal help a vampire?? Callie seems to have a secret in her past that may just help both of them find happiness.
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  • Margaret
    January 1, 1970
    Vampires, witches, silver swords and knives.Hungarian vampire Quill Falconer meets Callie Hathaway one night when he takes some of her blood. For some reason he can't wipe her mind from his bite, nor can he forget her. There's a connection, but Quill doesn't understand what it is. Hungarian vampires can mate with mortals. Callie seems mortal, but her Grandma Ava wasn't exactly like other grandmas. Knights of the Dark Wood have vowed to kill all vampires, Hungarian and Transylvanian. As Quill and Vampires, witches, silver swords and knives.Hungarian vampire Quill Falconer meets Callie Hathaway one night when he takes some of her blood. For some reason he can't wipe her mind from his bite, nor can he forget her. There's a connection, but Quill doesn't understand what it is. Hungarian vampires can mate with mortals. Callie seems mortal, but her Grandma Ava wasn't exactly like other grandmas. Knights of the Dark Wood have vowed to kill all vampires, Hungarian and Transylvanian. As Quill and Callie grow closer, so do their enemies. With unexpected help they may destroy the Knights.A fast paced sensual romance between a lonely vampire and a young lady, who finds her place in the world of vampires and witches. Very entertaining!I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book.
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  • Annette
    January 1, 1970
    I like Quill, he's one of the good ones, compassionate, considerate and so patient with Callie. The perception of the Knights differs which makes the life of a vampire peace-less. I like Callie too, she's sweet and really blossoms as she bravely builds trust in him and her magic. Their attraction is magnetic and just meant to be. Few twist and turns adding adventure. Enjoyed reading this engaging story which in the end left me giddy and smiling because their happiness shines through all the dang I like Quill, he's one of the good ones, compassionate, considerate and so patient with Callie. The perception of the Knights differs which makes the life of a vampire peace-less. I like Callie too, she's sweet and really blossoms as she bravely builds trust in him and her magic. Their attraction is magnetic and just meant to be. Few twist and turns adding adventure. Enjoyed reading this engaging story which in the end left me giddy and smiling because their happiness shines through all the dangerous peril they endured. Lot of history of vampire, lineage and the very skilled and determined Knights but I think Callie as well as some readers need that. At this time and stage of my vampire romance depository, I prefer a bit more steam for intensity and less gore. I received a free copy without obligation and am voluntarily reviewing.
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  • Whispers From
    January 1, 1970
    Callie is an ordinary woman, just trying to go on with her life after her grandmother passes away. When one night she goes out and when she wakes the next morning, she can’t remember how she got home, her head is in a fog. Quill is a Hungarian vampire, who is very old and powerful. He is attracted to Callie and his memory erase doesn’t work on her. While they are getting to know each other, a band of Knights want him killed. They are a secret group that protects humanity from vampires. With Quil Callie is an ordinary woman, just trying to go on with her life after her grandmother passes away. When one night she goes out and when she wakes the next morning, she can’t remember how she got home, her head is in a fog. Quill is a Hungarian vampire, who is very old and powerful. He is attracted to Callie and his memory erase doesn’t work on her. While they are getting to know each other, a band of Knights want him killed. They are a secret group that protects humanity from vampires. With Quill being hunted, can he and Callie find their happily ever after?The beginning was fast but towards the end, I was like just hurry up and end. Not really any sexual situations and a little bit of fighting. * Voluntarily read and reviewed this for NetGalley *
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  • Helena#bookdreamer
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.Not impressed by this paranormal romance. Sally is living a normal life when Quill decides to make her a tasty morsel. What he doesn't count on is becoming bewitched by her looks and sweet blood. While I thought the plot had promise, the execution fell flat. Quill spends a lot of time drinking from her but then tells her he won't take her to bed until she falls in love with him. Callie is more afraid of being eaten by th Thank you netgalley for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.Not impressed by this paranormal romance. Sally is living a normal life when Quill decides to make her a tasty morsel. What he doesn't count on is becoming bewitched by her looks and sweet blood. While I thought the plot had promise, the execution fell flat. Quill spends a lot of time drinking from her but then tells her he won't take her to bed until she falls in love with him. Callie is more afraid of being eaten by the guy. There is barely a sexual connection between them. Yes she's intrigued but she doesn't fight the feeding and barely has real conversations with him. The whole thing just doesn't inspire romance.
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  • Karinosa
    January 1, 1970
    This book was hard to get into! I didn't feel chemistry between Quill and Callie. The vampire was just not interesting or even alpha male. Callie had a life before him...right? I had a very hard time reading this book. I honestly at one point almost did not finish it. Disappointing and rushed. Needed more from these characters. Bland and dry is a good description. I really wish I could write a better review. Even the Ava and Quill thing just didn't jive...I mean he slept with her grandmother.... This book was hard to get into! I didn't feel chemistry between Quill and Callie. The vampire was just not interesting or even alpha male. Callie had a life before him...right? I had a very hard time reading this book. I honestly at one point almost did not finish it. Disappointing and rushed. Needed more from these characters. Bland and dry is a good description. I really wish I could write a better review. Even the Ava and Quill thing just didn't jive...I mean he slept with her grandmother....just ewww!!!There was no angst or excitement for me, it was just blah, blah, blah.I received this ARC from the publisher for my honest review via Net Galley. The opinions written above are solely my own.
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  • Samantha
    January 1, 1970
    This book has promise but the beginning is so lack luster you seriously struggle to keep it together and want to continue. Quill is this old strong rich vampire that gets his butt kicked by the Knights almost every night in the beginning. Callie is the granddaughter of a Witch he had a one night stand with ages ago and she doesn’t know that or the fact she’s a witch. But her character just lacks life and it feels like she’s being forced to play a role as a character. She’s financially set, has n This book has promise but the beginning is so lack luster you seriously struggle to keep it together and want to continue. Quill is this old strong rich vampire that gets his butt kicked by the Knights almost every night in the beginning. Callie is the granddaughter of a Witch he had a one night stand with ages ago and she doesn’t know that or the fact she’s a witch. But her character just lacks life and it feels like she’s being forced to play a role as a character. She’s financially set, has no real job. Just nothing. The first 50% is her eating, showering, doing things she’s not suppose to, giving Quill blood and being back and forth on how she feels about that. It was really boring. And by the time the book finally engaged me I just wanted it over.
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  • Dee
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for a copy of this eARC Great story about vampires and witches. After Quill fed on Callie in an alleyway he wiped her memory, or so he thought. Callie had some missing time that she could not understand until she dreamed of a tall dark man biting her neck. With the intention of killing her because he could not wipe her memories Quill could not bring himself to do it. There was something about her and her blood that he was drawn to. Callie was scared to be Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for a copy of this eARC Great story about vampires and witches. After Quill fed on Callie in an alleyway he wiped her memory, or so he thought. Callie had some missing time that she could not understand until she dreamed of a tall dark man biting her neck. With the intention of killing her because he could not wipe her memories Quill could not bring himself to do it. There was something about her and her blood that he was drawn to. Callie was scared to be near Quill but felt that he would not hurt her.This was so easy to read and the storyline although not blindingly new was one that was interesting enough to want to keep reading it. There was enough action to keep it interesting and not to much romance that it became boring. Really enjoyed it
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  • Danielle Bailleu
    January 1, 1970
    Quill is part of the vampire race that was born, not made. He has roamed the earth for 600 years without finding someone that he has a connection to until he meets Callie. But with knights sworn to destroy all vampires after Quill, will they be able to survive long enough to see if their attraction can turn into more?The book started off really slow and hard to get into. About 1/3 of the way in it started to pick up and became more interesting. It was an ok book but not one I would recommend to Quill is part of the vampire race that was born, not made. He has roamed the earth for 600 years without finding someone that he has a connection to until he meets Callie. But with knights sworn to destroy all vampires after Quill, will they be able to survive long enough to see if their attraction can turn into more?The book started off really slow and hard to get into. About 1/3 of the way in it started to pick up and became more interesting. It was an ok book but not one I would recommend to others or would read over again.This book was given to me an an ARC from the publisher through NetGalley in an exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated in any way.
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  • Sara
    January 1, 1970
    I thought this was a really interesting concept for a book - the idea of a vampire falling for a witch who was unaware of her heritage. I have to say that I did find the hero having a previous relationship with the heroine’s grandmother rather icky and I’m not sure how that added to the story. Generally though, I thought this was an engaging and enjoyable read. Personally I would have liked a little more romance and humour, but it’s still a good book. I liked the heroine’s journey to discovering I thought this was a really interesting concept for a book - the idea of a vampire falling for a witch who was unaware of her heritage. I have to say that I did find the hero having a previous relationship with the heroine’s grandmother rather icky and I’m not sure how that added to the story. Generally though, I thought this was an engaging and enjoyable read. Personally I would have liked a little more romance and humour, but it’s still a good book. I liked the heroine’s journey to discovering her strength and abilities and I thought having two races of vampires was an original take on the genre.
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  • Shari Kaine
    January 1, 1970
    I love paranormal romance but Enchant the Night fell flat for me. I might recommend it to others who like the author or enjoy an easy read but I found it to be a bit immature at times in how the main character handled the situation. Thank you Kensington Books, Zebra and Amanda Ashley for sharing this via Netgalley with me.**small spoiler below **Their interactions were tame, and after learning the vampire had a one night stand with the grandmother of the main female character, someone who he rea I love paranormal romance but Enchant the Night fell flat for me. I might recommend it to others who like the author or enjoy an easy read but I found it to be a bit immature at times in how the main character handled the situation. Thank you Kensington Books, Zebra and Amanda Ashley for sharing this via Netgalley with me.**small spoiler below **Their interactions were tame, and after learning the vampire had a one night stand with the grandmother of the main female character, someone who he really liked, it was a little off-putting. The vampire was also not very "alpha" compared to others I have read. It was easy to read but I would not read another in the series.
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  • Valerie Bellinger
    January 1, 1970
    I had high expectations for this book. I've been wanting to read a good vampire romance for a few weeks, and I was hyped. Sad to say that I was sorely disappointed. There was so many inconsistencies with this novel, that I didn't finish it (DNF). From what I did read, it was like Callie (the MC female) had no will of her own. Even when Quill (the MC male) put a suggestion in her head. The writing was not swell either. It felt lack luster, and boring. Sorry to say that I would not recommend this I had high expectations for this book. I've been wanting to read a good vampire romance for a few weeks, and I was hyped. Sad to say that I was sorely disappointed. There was so many inconsistencies with this novel, that I didn't finish it (DNF). From what I did read, it was like Callie (the MC female) had no will of her own. Even when Quill (the MC male) put a suggestion in her head. The writing was not swell either. It felt lack luster, and boring. Sorry to say that I would not recommend this book to anyone.
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  • Iyanna
    January 1, 1970
    I received this book from Netgalley for my honest review. I love the storyline but not the story,it didn't live up,to the storyline. This book is Blah if felt like alot going on and not in a good way it wasn't consistent. Quill and Callie didn't have chemistry with each other they acted more the acquaintance then people in love or lovers.The book is tedious pacing and boring.The book doesn't get interesting until the last couple of chapters.I like part where vampires can have can have children b I received this book from Netgalley for my honest review. I love the storyline but not the story,it didn't live up,to the storyline. This book is Blah if felt like alot going on and not in a good way it wasn't consistent. Quill and Callie didn't have chemistry with each other they acted more the acquaintance then people in love or lovers.The book is tedious pacing and boring.The book doesn't get interesting until the last couple of chapters.I like part where vampires can have can have children but only of the human female want one only she can put in motion she has to be willing.
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  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    This one was a great read Quill being a different kind of Vampire called a Hungarian they are more like humans with some differences. Callie is his prey but she doesn't act the way normal prey she remember everything that has happened between them and the attraction is pulling them together. Danger is in the form of vampire killers that have tracked him down and puts them both in danger. Loved the interactions between them very well thought out story kept my attention all the way cheering them This one was a great read Quill being a different kind of Vampire called a Hungarian they are more like humans with some differences. Callie is his prey but she doesn't act the way normal prey she remember everything that has happened between them and the attraction is pulling them together. Danger is in the form of vampire killers that have tracked him down and puts them both in danger. Loved the interactions between them very well thought out story kept my attention all the way cheering them on If you like vampire romance books you will love this one I really enjoy this authors books!
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  • Suzi
    January 1, 1970
    Quill, a vampire has wandered the earth for many years. He has fought many battles with the The Knights whose sole purpose are to kill all the vampires. One evening Quill comes upon Callie and finds himself attracted to her . Before long he is finding ways to see her. Callie keeps dreaming about a vampire, an attractive one who bit her, she thinks. She is constantly drawn to him and slowly falling in love with Quill.Good story, a little confusing in some parts but entertaining.
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  • Rebecca Goss
    January 1, 1970
    Vampires, vampire hunters and witches abound in this romance. Callie grew up thinking her grandmother was a witch and later assumed it was a childhood fantasy. It was not and Callie will learn about her own talents. Quill, a Hungarian vampire, falls for Callie and hopes to have a life with her. Of course, there are obstacles to overcome. This is a fast book that moves quickly. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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  • Sharon Leali
    January 1, 1970
    This is the first novel of Amanda Ashley's that I have ever read. I enjoyed it but feel like maybe it wasn't the best book to jump into the middle of a story. I will need to check out some of her earlier novels to get a feel for them. It was well written and I liked the way the characters interacted. I felt like the characters were careful and respectful of one another and that even though they had deep feelings for one another they took their time getting to know each other.
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  • Alys Murray
    January 1, 1970
    Um....SWOON ALERT. I have been on SUCH a vampire kick now that we're officially in the #TwilightRenaissance and while this book doesn't share much DNA with that series, this one gave me everything I wanted and more! Sexy, beautiful, and pulse-pounding, Enchant the Night is a total dream for every paranormal romance lover out there! 5 Enthusiastic stars!
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  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    I skimmed most of the book because it was pretty terrible. There was no chemistry between the characters, they fell in love too quickly and for no decernable reason. Once upon a time he slept with her grandmother. Yuck. The characters didn’t act like people who live in 2020. The heroine was dumb and made terrible choices and had zero personality.
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  • Latifa Morrisette
    January 1, 1970
    I haven't read any books by Amanda Ashley in a while, but diving into Enchant the Night reminded me how much I still love her books. Enchant the Night Is filled with vampires, switches and modern day knights. I loved reading this book and o highly recommend it to everyone looking for something new to read.
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