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Enraptured (Eternal Guardians) by [Naughton, Elisabeth]
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Orpheus-To most he's an enigma, a devil-may-care rogue who does whatever he pleases whenever he wants. Now this loose cannon is part of the Eternal Guardians-elite warriors assigned to protect the human realm-whether he likes it or not.

Orpheus has just one goal: to rescue his brother from the Underworld. He's not expecting a woman to get in the way. Especially not a Siren as gorgeous as Skyla. He has no idea she's an assassin sent by Zeus to seduce, entrap, and ultimately destroy him.

Yet Skyla herself might have the most to lose. There's a reason Orpheus feels so familiar to her, a reason her body seems to crave him. Perhaps he's not the man everyone thinks... The truth could reveal a deadly secret as old as the Eternal Guardians themselves.

Praise for Elisabeth Naughton:
"The sensuality of Sherrilyn Kenyon and the intensity of Patricia Briggs."-New York Times bestselling author Angie Fox
"Elisabeth Naughton combines dynamic dialogue and sizzling romance with a wicked cool world. Do not miss this series."-New York Times bestselling author Larissa Ione

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1353 KB
  • Print Length: 415 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (1 April 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0073KA5FK
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #66,814 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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loved the series awaiting on continuation of series
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Read this series... highly recommend it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Oh Orpheus.... 30 October 2013
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Orpheus... the totally misunderstood, reluctant hero. He's been kind of a mystery since the beginning of this series. He liked it that way. The less people knew about him and the farther away he stayed from people the better. He only let a few people close... a very select few.

I really liked the way that the `real' Orpheus has been slowly revealed in this series. He's always played an important role, but it was always on the side lines... almost in the shadows. He was a snarky rebel who prided himself in not playing by the rules. He got under everyone's skin (and something tells me that isn't going to change) but he also proved his loyalty to the other Argonauts over and over again.

Skyla was the perfect match for Orpheus - in more ways than one. I don't want to give anything away, so I'll just leave it at that. Just know that nothing is as it seems, even if the characters think they have everything figured out.

A lot happened in this book. New characters were introduced. Some mysteries were solved and the surface was just scratched with others. Atalanta was still at the center of the mayhem and the other Gods were throwing their collective weight around as well. Never a dull moment, that's for sure.

As with the other books in the Eternal Guardians series, there were plenty of heat, lots of action and more than a couple of heart breaking moments. More than I expected from Orpheus' book but it was so worth it. I can't wait to start the next book in the series and lucky for my I have Enslaved ready and waiting on my shelf.
4.0 out of 5 stars My favorite Character of the series... 30 December 2014
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In book four of the series, Orpheus is on a mission. He needs to find the warlock and the orb. He needs them both in order to save Gryphon from the underworld. Of course not many people know the real reason he wants the orb. Most everyone thinks he wants the power it can give him.
As a result Zeus sends the sirens after him and Hades sends his hellhounds. After he enlists the help of Maelea, Zeus and Persephine’s daughter, Orpheus drags her to the colony after Hades realizes where she is and tries to stop him from getting what he needs. Orpheus has also gained help from an unexpected source, a siren named Skyla.
Skyla has been ordered to stop Orpheus from getting the orb. Unfortunately it seems she and Orpheus have a past. He doesn’t remember her and she doesn’t trust him. He has exasperated her as much as he turns her on. She refuses to let him out of her sight. Of course her opinions change the longer she is with him trying to find the orb.
When memories come crashing back and the ultimate rescue mission ensues, Orpheus is reeling from his guilt, his conscience, and his newly found heart and soul.
I so love the character of Orpheus. I have since the beginning of the series. He is an outcast and half daemon. He also tries to be the local bad boy. He truly believes he is part evil with no soul. Of course his true self shines through as he strikes out to save his brother.
The author doesn’t disappoint with battle scenes and torture. Lots of secrets are included and create a complicated plot as the Argonauts continue fighting and protecting the humans and misos. This is a great way to continue the story. I can’t wait to read the next book. I give it a 4 out of 5.
4.0 out of 5 stars I love this series 10 August 2015
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I love this series. I look forward to each new book.
Orpheus has always intrigued me. I could not wait to find out his whole story. I liked Skyla's character. I think they made a good pair. I felt in the last book that Orpheus created a bit of a mess while trying to do something good. I think it was totally understandable. In a bit of a panic, he set out to right a wrong with Gryphon and it ended up working against them all. This is the story of him setting everything straight again. He redeems himself, most importantly to himself, in the process. I have felt, for a few books now, that O is worth more than he gives himself credit for. I am so happy he finally realizes it, maybe.

My heart breaks for Maelea. I feel like she is stuck between two worlds, not wanted by either and hated by some. I will enjoy reading her story and hope she gets a HEA she deserves. I see it happening with Gryphon, whose journey is just beginning. I am hoping she is the one to bring his darkness out of him and bring him back to the lighthearted hero he used to be.
4.0 out of 5 stars Loved it, but wasn't crazy about the "pretty please with sugar on top" ending 31 July 2014
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Okay, despite the four-star rating, I have to put it out there - I was a little disappointed by the ending. I know in saying that I'm probably going against the greater majority and I'm going to have a few tomatoes thrown at me, but there it is.

But all of that is jumping the gun. This is my fourth read in the series, having started from the beginning, and I have to tell you - I don't know about anyone else, but I've been digging Orpheus since his introduction in the second book, Entwined (I can't remember him being in Marked, the first book in the series, but if he did have a part in it - it was understated). I think he is the most dangerous kind of sexy, him being part Argolean, Medean, and deamon. Not just that, but I just found his character so in-your-face and roguish. He answered to no one - not the Argonauts or the gods.

Or so was the case in books of previous installments. If you are reading this coming off of the last book, Tempted, then you'll know why Orpheus is feeling the guilt over what happened to his brother and former Argonaut, Gryphon. He will stop at nothing to see his brother's soul freed from the underworld. Problem is, he has a Siren trailing him, complicating things for him both physically and emotionally.

I sound like a broken record, but I want to say again that I don't like giving away even the slightest spoilers when I give a review. You can find out just enough in the story info to tell you what the gist of this story is and you know enough if you've read any of the others before this one (and probably after). With that said, I have a gripe with the way this one turned out particularly given Orpheus' predicament and personality.

I understand that this entire series is based on the developing romances between each Argonaut and their soulmates - but is that really necessary? This particular storyline was good all by itself without the melodrama of Orpheus and Skyla's conflicting feelings for one another. I don't feel Orpheus should have succumbed to the same weakness as the other Argonauts had with Hera's so-called "curse". Orpheus seemed so focus with his cause to save his brother for his relationship with Skyla to grow the way I felt the author forced it to.

As much as I really liked the book overall, by the end of this I was ready for it to end. The ending disappoints me in that I thought it would finish one way and ended instead the way I knew it would and, I'm sorry, I just didn't think it worked for this particular bad-ass.
4.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 stars. Enjoyed Orpheus & Skylar, Series still has issues though 5 June 2014
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Seriously, this series is so full of holes it could be swiss cheese...but something keeps me going on. I don't understand but I am being entertained or I wouldn't be thinking so hard about stuff.

Orpheus has been the unknown since book 1 and I just had to find out his story. In the last book, we saw him use the orb to save his little brother Gryphon, but that wizard stole Gryphon's body, trapping Gryphon's soul in the underworld.

Orpheus is so wrecked with guilt that he decides he will go there and rescue his brother. Of course the gods (Zeus, Hera, Hades, even Atlanta) have their own plans for the brothers. Zeus sends on of Hera's sirens, Skylar, to seduce, kill and get the orb from Orpheus. And what seemed like a game of seduction, turned into something more. In addition, Orpheus and Skylar experience deja vu, like they have danced to this tune before, but surely they couldn't have. Either way, they are inexplicably drawn to each other, but Skylar is sent to be an assassin. Can she really go through with her mission?

I like this series but these eternal guardians are no different from humans. They seem weak to me. They are unobservant, lacking in the basic preparation by finding out about their enemies and they are verbally caustic to their fated females.

Issues: Aren't the Argonaunts are brotherhood? Why don't they know anything about each other? they don't know where folks live? they don't know people's parents only what line from the Greek Hero that fighter came from? Why are they so quick to want to discard someone? I don't understand why the king is considered a great king? he seems so selfish, self-centered and lacking in love for his offspring. Certainly no love for his wife.
Orpheus is a demon/witch hybrid, how come no one knows that? Why didn't Demetrius' demon sense Orpheus? Why didn't Nick see the hybrid?

With all that said, I will be starting audiobook 5 in a few minutes because I have to make sure Gryphon is alright. After all, being trapped and tortured by Hades every day for 3 months has to be terrible on his psyche. I want to see who saves him, though I suspect she has been on the run with Orpheus and Skylar this whole time (*Cough Maela).