Enchantée Review


by Gita Trelease

*I received a digital advanced copy of this book through netgalley from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. All opinions and thoughts are my own.*

This book was everything I imagined it would be and so much more. The author’s writing swept me up and I found myself apart of an amazing magical world of wonder. I watched as Camille made her way through the two different worlds she was apart of and watched as the two worlds collided. I was at the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen. Not only was the story amazing and full of magic and love, but the writing is so well done that I found myself easily swept up in the drama.
I loved all the characters and in the end I found myself feeling sad for people I disliked the entire book. Camille and her sister Sophie were true heroines. Their love for each other proving that a female can do anything and love is a power nothing else can beat.
This is a must read and I’m just so sorry that so many of you have to wait for the release in Feb 2019. I cannot say enough good about this book. If I were to share all the things I loved about this book I would just need to recite the whole thing and that just not possible.

Camille and Sophie are such strong young women who prove that women are capable of doing anything especially when it comes to fighting for their loved ones.  The Magical world that Trelease creates in this amazing story is unlike any other I’ve read about. I became deeply invested in the lives of each and every character throughout the book.  Gita did such a wonderful job of building this world so that I felt as though I was really there.  I love every detail of this story.  Not a stone was left unturned. It was so well researched and so well put together I just cannot praise this book enough.

I saw Stephanie Garber read this book a few months ago and I’ve been wanting to read it. Thank you so much Flatiron/MacMillan publishing company for the opportunity to read this book. I’ve read some great books this year and this is very close to the best book of year. I have 3 books tied for that spot right now.

This book will be released in February 2019.  Make sure you are on the lookout for this book.  Go pre-order it.  You will not be disappointed.