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My Enchanted Life An American Teen Finds Herself Thrust Into A World She Never Knew Existed In England S Magical Community Of Wode Gate While Dealing With Gnomes, A Cranky Dragon, Murder And Mayhem, Emma Tries To Cope With Her Unwanted Duties As Sentinel And Fights To Get Back Home Again.She Finds That Things Aren T Always What They Seem, People Aren T Who They Pretend To Be, And Someone Wants Her Dead The King Of The Underworld Wants Her Too, But He May Be The Least Of Her Problems As Emma Struggles To Control Her Powers While Losing Her Heart To A Demon.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 256 pages
  • My Enchanted Life
  • Laura Eno
  • English
  • 10 April 2017

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10 thoughts on “My Enchanted Life

  1. says:

    On the hunt for a book that my daughter and I could consume in one day we ran across My Enchanted Life Yeah I had been chosen to review the book as part of Read to Review I was so excited Thank you Laura Eno and R2R for providing me a copy So I down loaded and Macy and I immediately jumped in Laura Eno did something no other author has managed to do in long while As I read alongside my daughter this enchanting tale of young Emma, I was reminded of my own childhood and fairy tale adventures.The tale is simple but elegantly written A perfect way to spend a beautiful afternoon perched under the canopy of a shade tree, with your daughter and book Together, Macy and I ventured with young Emma across the pond to England and through a magical vale that took us mythological delight.Emma raised loving by her Aunt and Uncle after her mother dies, turn eighteen and is delivered a mysterious letter that informs her father s brother has passed and he has left the homestead to her The next morning anothe...

  2. says:

    Emma is just a regular girl until she gets a mysterious letter telling her that her uncle from England has passed away and she inherited his house When she goes to check out the house on what she thinks will be a fun vacation to England, she discovers that the town isn t a normal town, and that she isn t who she thinks she is.The book had potential It was a light and easy read with a cute story Unfortunately, there wasn t much depth to it There was very little world building or character building Emma s job is supposed to be sentinel to the gate I m still not sure what the gate is supposed to do, how evil gets through it I m guessing that s what she s supposed to be protecting against , or what the evil purposes would be for someone who went through the gate In the same sense, I m not really sure how she s supposed...

  3. says:

    This was such a fantastic, enjoyable read that I just could not put down The story has a fresh, unique appeal and it whisked me away to a lovely fairytale world of love, acceptance and friendship.There is such a wonderful array of magical creatures in this story From Faeries to Gnomes, and even a lingering Spirit My favo...

  4. says:

    At first, I was skeptical of the book From the synopsis, I wasn t sure I would like it However, was I in for a surprise The book is terrific leaves you wanting On her 18th birthday, Emma Winslow our protagonist is told she has inherited a house in England from an uncle she never hear of Well, imagine her surprise Once the shock wears off, she decides to journey to England, to the town of Wode Gate Thinking it just a way to spend a month off before college, she packs her bags and off she goes.Little does she realize that Wode Gate is between worlds and unable to be seen by normal people It s a magical space occupied by all sorts of fantastic creatures such as elves, gnomes, fairies, and even a dragon She soon falls in love with the town and it s inhabitants they with her.Soon after arriving, she is told, she it the Sentinel, the guardian of Wode Gate that she cannot leave to return to her old life That is she does so, she will die Sentinels cannot be away from their gates but for short periods of time Emma is helped through her adjustment to her new life by her housekeeper, Lizzy a cursed numph Randolph, another Sentinel who has been sent to teach her how to be what she is has a very off p...

  5. says:

    I adored this book A teenage girl inherits a house in England and she discovers whole new world On her 18th birthday she receives a gift a house She grabs the chance for new adventure From a very normal teenage life, she enters in a world of fairies, ghosts, goblins, demons What a turn over Emma finds out about her family than she could ever imagine I loved Emma s character She knows what she likes and she fights for it no matter what Growing up with her uncle and aunt ...

  6. says:

    I received this book through read 2 reviewI enjoyed reading this book it was a nice read that wasn t too dramatic, but kept you interested and guessing what would happen next The characters were all great, and the world that was ...

  7. says:

    My Enchanted Life is a very fluffy, fast read It probably took me a few hours to finish it and there s definitely no deep thinking required In the book Emma finds herself inheriting a home in England and moving there right out of high school The house is in a mysterious, magical town that only other magical people can see without help Her role is to act as Sentinel, a type of guardian watching over Wode Gates These gates open between worlds, ours, Chaos, the Underworld, etc Demons would love nothing than to slip through said gates and wander through our world This is a big change for Emma and if that wasn t enough, someone is out to keep her from getting her job done, not that she even wants the job If you love light fluff, instant spark and romance and good guys winning, here it is If you like depth, a little darkness, and an emotional, lyrical read, this ain t it.Emma is a typical teenage girl just graduating from senior year and living in Georgia I think The start is rushed There s really no introduction and the beginning is used to build heavy handed foreshadowing Emma mopes about missing home throughout the book but I never felt for her because no relationship was built with the place and people of her home How can I miss something with a character when I have no connection I wanted to like this book I m a sucker for fairies...

  8. says:

    My Enchanted Life is, in a nutshell, what I would expect most YA paranormal books to be like The perfect mix of fantasy, relationships, and coming into one s true self A very light, simple book that I wouldn t personally choose but can t say I m not glad I read it A nice change of pace.Emma is a young girl who finds out on her eighteenth birthday that she has inherited a home in England from her father, who passed away along with her mother when she was very young Upon reaching that home, Emma comes to realize her new home is in a magical place, and she is quite magical as well But everything comes with a price, and not only is she charged with protecting her town, she can no longer leave or she will die.Also, not everyone is happy about her arrival and drama soon follows, along with an unpredictable love interest.I enjoyed this story because of the author s use of many different magical creatures There were the typical fairy tale creatures one would expect, but also ones I ve never heard of or rarely see Also, th...

  9. says:

    I received this book to review from a Goodreads group as part of the R2R event It was a really nice, fast, light read After the serious mysteries I d been plunging into the past couple of weeks, My Enchanted Life proved to be the distraction my brains needed.It was intriguing though I can t say it swept me off my feet I enjoyed it though, so it earned its 3 stars with no question.There were problems with it however For example, there was so much telling rather than showing, that I caught myself rolling my eyes on a number of occasions Conversations were retold instead of written out as they should ve been Many descriptions were cliched rather than thought out exclusively It was a nice imaginary world, but there was nothing original about it Also, the main character, Emma, was constantly talking to herself in what were supposed to be witty little remarks Yet, instead of sounding witty, they were rather dull What annoyed me the most was that every other chapter someone would say something, Emma would look at them wide eyed and they ll ask her What Nobody told you Seriously, by the second time I read that, I was already in the know that she had no idea what was happening and the repetition was getting old.The falling in love was awfully quick and not exactly to my taste There was hardly any intrigue, but I guess that made it so light in the first p...

  10. says:

    I received this book courtesy of Read2Review in exchange for an honest review This book is perfect for a pre teen getting into the wonderful world of books, but can be enjoyed by anyone who enjoys flights of fancy This novella is a rarity, it is exactly what the blurb purports it to be so there is no need to rehash the synopsis What the blurb doesn t tell you is that this novella is a delightful, funny, quick and fluffy read There isn t a deep multilayered saga here there is the 18year old Emma Winslow s introduction to life at Wode Gate and its inhabitants Life with those inhabitants could lead to an ongoing series but the book can also be a stand alone.Emma thinks the strangest thing she ll encounter is the food when she embarks on a vacation to her new house Emma thinks her friend Pete has read too many fantasy books and has no idea what may ...

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