Love and Sorcery: Disillusioned
An unwanted bodyguard, an underestimated sorceress, and their powerful, mutual dislike.
Expecting to guard a powerful sorcerer, Dan Forell instead finds himself the unwanted bodyguard of a young sorceress, a pretty girl who could destroy his dreams of prestige in the army. If he wasn’t falling in love with her, he might hate her entirely.
When Lillian Loraine is pushed into accepting an irritable defender, one who clearly doesn’t want the job, her social life and happiness are threatened with utter collapse. She shouldn’t fall for him or trust him with the truth of her abilities, but his quiet intensity and devotion make her question her resolve.
As a foreign power works to annihilate the sorcerers protecting their homeland, Lillian and Dan must repel enemy attacks, overcome first impressions, and somehow convince each other that love is worth the risk of heartbreak. Disillusioned is a sweet romance with fantasy elements for fans of Pride and Prejudice and fairy tale endings.
Cute and clean romance
I love that Roxanne McNeil writes stories I can share with my young teenage daughters. This is a wonderful book with sweet characters.
Sweet Romance with a Magical Twist
I love the enemies to lovers trope, and this story delivers in a major way. Both main characters are strong in their own right and watching them collide in a power struggle is everything I hoped it would be. Also, the magical aspect is so well done.
If you like sweet historical romance, this one is for you ❤️