A woman who could not be conquered . . .
A love that was never forsaken . . .
A land that will not be forgotten . . .
For beautiful Morgan Wakefield, the enchanted land is the ranch in New Mexico her father has left her. But the only way for her to inherit is if she lives there for a year with a husband. And so Morgan proposes a marriage of convenience to a man she just met—handsomely rugged rancher Seth Colter.
In Seth's powerful embrace, Morgan discovers a passion she never knew existed, and an unexpected new love blossoms between them. But devastating challenges and betrayal conspire against these lovers, and they will have to fight for a future together on this wild, enchanted land.
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She is my favorite author, this is a great story and it surprised me many times, which is hard to do.
Worst Book Ever
Of all of the books that I have ever read, this book has the most horrible & selfish characters. Morgan’s selfishness leads to a man getting shot & his wife raped while Seth’s selfishness leads to Morgan being kidnapped & sold as a slave. To make matters worse, Seth has trouble “controlling” his temper but is the man to “control” Morgan, which she, of course, “needs.” While both the main characters were despicable, I found it totally disgusting that Morgan allowed Seth back into her life, that she needed to be “controlled,” & that Deveraux kept referring to Morgan in pervy childlike terms. I read this book because I had been a fan of the author, but this book is so bad that I can never read Deveraux again.
The Enchanted Land
This was not one of Jude's finer pieces of work. I found it disgusting and abhorrent at some of the scenes she depicted. It just felt dark and trashy. I've read many of her books and this one didn't follow in her usual style. I don't know what her influence was for this book but maybe she should get rid of it. I love Jude's books but not this one.