Theron - Dark haired, duty bound and deceptively deadly. He's the leader of the Argonauts, an elite group of guardians that defends the immortal realm from threats of the Underworld....
Once, Sarah Bingham's biggest challenge was making her students pay attention in class....
Olivia thinks it's her lucky night when a dangerously handsome, unconscious fae ends up on her inspection table....
Raven Black hunts evildoers for fun, but her vigilante justice isn't the only reason she's hiding from the law. Half vampire, half mage, she's spent years living as a rogue to stay alive....
Ally Marshall isn't just a wolf shifter - she's a Seer. But a girl doesn't exactly need special powers to know that Derren Hudson despises her entire kind....
Oh, is he handsome. And charming. And sexy as all get out. Dr. Lisa Maxwell isn't the type to go home with a guy she barely knows....
For most, a plane crash means the end of life. For Dusti Dawson, it's just the beginning...Dusti and her sister Batina survived the crash, thanks to a couple of brothers....
Jillian Milzner has lived a life on the run. Things go from bad to worse when her grandfather's goons snatch her to deliver her to a man both terrifying and straight out of her sexiest daydreams....
An all wolf-shifter police force has been the only thing between humans and an unknown evil for centuries, but the pack is in danger of dying if they don't find their promised mates soon....
Angel was whisked away from a life of abuse as a child when a guardian angel flew her in his arms and gave her to a Lycan couple to raise and love as their own....
The Dark Kings are sworn to defend an ancient legacy of dragon magic. But their fiercest challenge lies in the modern world, where a woman's love conquers all....
Dragon shifters are a dying breed. There are so few females left that if drastic measures are not taken, and soon, it'll be over for the species. The threat of extinction looms....
Zander - the most feared of all the Eternal Guardians. It's rumored he can't be killed, and he always fights like he has nothing to lose. But as a descendant of the famed hero Achilles, he's got to have a vulnerability . . . somewhere. 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 humans'. 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 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 . . .
Although I did get my happy ending I found this story very frustrating. Yes, there was a lot of action. Yes, the men where hunky, Yes the story was compelling. But the women never seemed to stand up for themselves. I was very irritated numerous times throughout the entire book because of this. It seemed that the misunderstandings were so manufactured. And you wanted to yell, "Get a freakin clue!" But that's just me. I kept thinking that the heroine and the supporting heroines would break out and stand up for themselves. Sadly, it didn't happen. I did get one good glimpse of that, but then she went back to covering her head in the sand.
I found myself reading other books in between listening to this one. So, I am not to sure if I would order another. But, hey, there is still hope. One of the sisters might just step up to the plate and grow a backbone :)
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Yeah, I still cant stand the narrator, but the story line is really good. Im getting the next book. This one was not boring like the first, more action, more chemistry in the main characters. Overall, just better. Im staying with it, still wish for better narration, but hey even second rate ones grow on ya after a couple of books. LOL
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Poor depressed sexy Argonaut Zander wants to end his 800+ yr existence - but how can he - he's immortal but he loved and lost his soul-mate Callia 11 years earlier and nothing's been the same even if he does see her now and again there's only hate between them now.
In this action-packed, emotionally charged, enjoyable listen we find out some heartbreaking secrets, deception, lies and betrayal which has some devastating and far reaching consequences - it's torn apart two soul-mates and their love turns into bitterness, anger, hurt and eventually hate.
Then, as the well written, moving, thrilling drama slowly unwinds, it reveals the truth but it's accompanied by mystery, sub plots, demons, curses, a Prophecy, political intrigue, surprises, kidnapping, villains both old and new, threats, plot twists, revenge and plenty of bloody scenes. Thankfully, there's also humor, sexual chemistry, passion, romance, frantic and tender sex, forgiveness and love but longing and despair leads to a heart-wrenching sacrifice.
Elisabeth Naughton's creative writing vividly describes each scene, both new and old characters join the story, she skilfully adds world-building layers upon layers to her plots, intertwines a deep romance to each story, infuses them with nail-bitting suspense and delivers, to her eager fans, an exciting chapter after chapter listen.
Worth a credit? Well, if I tell you I begged Audible to get this missing 2nd book and I've downloaded all 5 that are presently available and pre-ordered book 6, it'll answer the question and, I think you'll agree, that I'm hooked and I hope you will be too.
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It was obvious by the end of Marked that there was something between Callia and Zander. This couple had my heart in knots from the beginning of this book. Readers knew that something awful had happened, but were kept in the dark for a while before the actual circumstances were revealed . The events that brought them to the point of both loathing each other and drawn to each other were beyond heart breaking. Callia had both physical and emotional scars that she kept hidden from everyone. Zander was an immortal who felt he had nothing to live for. One seemingly noble decision was the catalyst for a chain of events that there was no escape from.<br/><br/>Elisabeth Naughton writing style makes all the Characters seam so Real while Elizabeth Wiley's perfect Narration brings them all to Life. The Guardians are strong, often egotistical, and fiercely protective, making them the ultimate romantic heroes. Plus it doesn't hurt that they are all Hot and Sexy Alpha Males.........
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
I enjoyed this series. I read the first book a long time ago. I prefer using audible because it I like the transitions of the voices.
I read the first book was ok bit this one just goes nowhere characters wanting each other is fine bur the same scene written over and over is not a story. We get it he wants her she doesn't realise, she wants him he doesn't realise it just got tedious soap operas handle it better this is rubbish first time I feel I have wasted my money
love the book, can't wait to read the next in her series. definitely worth the credit
I have to start by saying I am enjoying Elisabeth Naughton's stories. The writing could use some editing but they are interesting. I never thought I'd read paranormals.
This second book in the series was okay. I had a hard time getting into it. I didn't like this as well as the first book and the characters both annoyed me and entertained me - at different times. Like the first book, the ending left me a little flat.
I think I'll wait a bit before moving on in this series.
very good book two in stores. enjoy the way characters are developing. the mythology is remenicant of Sherrilyn Kenyon's series but not as dark or steamy. enjoying it.
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The story had me glued to it, so that I can find out what happened between Callia and Zander. Although I really liked the book there were a few parts that dug under my skin that makes this book go from a 5 star to a 4 star book. One of them being Callia's reaction to events didn't jive with me. I won't name the events so I don't spoil the story. All the woman in this book also made me want to slap them for not standing up for themselves. Eventually they do but it takes a while for them to get there. I also didn't like the dynamic between Callia and Isadora while that got better it made me like Isadora a bit less and I was really looking forward to her book. I still am and I will be getting the next book. There is lots of action and twist in this book and the world gets more intricate with each word. Narrator does a good job.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Wouldn't say well spent or not but rather benign, take it or leave it
What did you like best about this story?
I enjoy the mythology angle and the underworld, demon v hero aspects
Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Elizabeth Wiley?
Do you think Entwined needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Yes but please give the women more backbone. They don't have to be butch but some self respect wouldn't go amiss.
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I was actually pleased to get to the end of this book. I've read the previous ones but the 'heroine' in this one made the previous weak women characters look quite dominant. I hated the pathetic repetitive 'i don't understand' whining by Isadora. I also hated the overly breathy narration every time a female character was speaking. The storyline has great potential, shame it seemed to rely on such dubious female role models.<br/><br/>Having said all that, i do like this genre and will probably listen to the next in the series. It's easy listening.
This is the second book in the Eternal Guardians series. I loved it!
My sister recommended this series to me as she had read them all (that have been released so far) and thought I would enjoy it, and she was right! I downloaded this as an audiobook, as I had previously enjoyed listening to the first book in the series, Marked, in audiobook too. Entwined is again narrated by Elizabeth Wiley. She did another fantastic job in telling the story. Her narration was crystal clear and her interpretation of the characters brought them to life.
Zander is an interesting character. I really liked him, but he has a serious issue with self-pity at first, which I found a bit off putting for a hero. He is one of the oldest of the Argonaughts and, as he is from Achilles bloodline, believes himself to be immortal. Nevertheless, as the story progresses, he pulls his head out of his you-know-what and is actually a great person to know, who realises that everyone has their weakness and his happens to be his soul mate.
Callia is a wonderful character. She is the King's physician and has the power to heal. I really liked this strong willed woman. She has had to endure a lot over the last ten years, but her spirit has not been broken. But when Zander volunteers to marry Isadora, her world comes crashing down around her ears.
This story is another roller coaster ride, full of action, adventure and danger. Adalanta is busy preparing her demons for war with the Argonaughts, and has a secret weapon in her arsenal, though he's not very willing. This secret weapon is a young boy by the name of Max, who is ten years old. I really liked Max. He is a very resourceful young man, who has had to endure years of abuse and cruelty at the hands of Adalanta, and has had to do some terrible things to survive. His courage and determination to escape his "Mataras" to find his real mother had me cheering him on. Callia also finds out a secret about herself which, although it surprised her, didn't really surprise me. But it made me look at the King in a slightly different light!
As the story progressed, I fell in love with all of the Argonaught warriors, and the story in general. This is a fast paced, action packed adventure from beginning to end.
As I said in my review for Marked, "This story is mostly a typical paranormal romance, with lots of action and danger mixed in. However, there are several twists and turns that keep one guessing at what is really going on.", but after listening to this story I realised that there is a bigger story arc within each storyline, and I am looking forward to finding out what that story arc will reveal. One thing I will say about this story (and series) is the world building is excellent. The characters are well developed and extremely lifelike. I have always been intrigued with Greek gods and their offspring such as Hercules, whose exploits became legend (or are they myth?) over time. So reading about his descendants, who were with Jason on his voyage for the Golden Fleece, excites me. I am also a huge sucker for paranormal romances in general, so I am looking forward to continuing with this series and I will (hopefully) get to read/listen to Tempted as soon as I can.
Elisabeth Naughton has written an exciting paranormal romance series. I love her fast paced writing style and the flow is wonderful. I will be continuing to read this series, but I do have one of her romantic suspense novels sitting on my Kindle, which I hope to now read in the near future too!
Due to scenes of a sexual nature that are on the explicit side, I do not recommend this book for younger readers. However, I highly recommend this book if you love erotic paranormal romances. - Lynn Worton