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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Quickie Review: Entwined by Elisabeth Naughton

EntwinedEntwined 
Eternal Guardians #2
by Elisabeth Naughton
Mass Market Paperback, 322 pages
Published July 27th 2010 by Love Spell
ISBN 0505528231
Forces of daemons are gathering and have broken through the barriers of the Underworld. Now more than ever the Eternal Guardians are needed to protect both their own realm and the human world. Zander can't afford to think about what might have been with the bewitching physician he once regarded as his soul mate. But with eternity stretching out before him, he also can't fathom spending his life without the one woman who makes him feel most alive. Perhaps he's found his weakness, after all . . 
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My Thoughts:
Entwined was a good continuation of the Eternal Guardians series and I loved the main couple, Zander and Callie, and watching them come to terms with their past together while work through some deep and heart wrenching misunderstandings. I also enjoyed the continuing dynamics between the other Guardians and watching the series’ villain’s scheme and plot their evil. But this second book in the series didn’t seem to flow as well as the first book, Marked. The story line was choppy and the plot left me confused often. By the end though, it did seem to straighten out and flow smoothly but I wasn't able to immerse myself into a big portion of it. 


If you’re a fan of the first book then I definitely recommend you reading this one and if you’re new to the series then I would advise you starting at book one because there are several sub-plots and background stories going on that I think a new reader would be extremely confused by. 
It really is a great series overall and I recommend it to paranormal romance fans looking for a unique story line and a break from the everyday vampire and shifter novels. 
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Rating: 3 Wine Glasses


Sexual Content: Zander and Callie make up for lost time between the sheets heating up the pages, for adult readers! 

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