Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. In keeping with the previous installments of James’s regency trilogy (Potent Pleasures; Midnight Pleasures), this final. In keeping with the previous installments of James’s regency trilogy (Potent Pleasures; Midnight Pleasures), this final vol. People magazine named Eloisa James’ novel Midnight Pleasures “Page Turner of the Week” and raved “Romance writing does not get much better.

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I think the Pleasure series is some of Eloisa James’ best work hands down.

My very first Eloisa book I read and I really loved it. Explore many more international editions by country or by language. Mar 20, Nona B. No chaperon, companion, nothing.

Plus, I was so shocked by the heartbreak I ended up writing about in Midnight that I kept telling myself: The plot was engaging and interesting, some of the elements were fanciful, jamds it did not detract from the story.

Oh and I also adore the small story between Lucien and Mrs.

This author is new to me. The Duchess was a decent fill-in, though. Her novels have been published to great acclaim. He eloiza my heart. It’s evident fairly early on that Peter is gay.

Open Preview See a Problem? By clicking on “Submit” you agree that you have read and agree to the Privacy Policy epoisa Terms of Service. I’m currently reading this for the second time.

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With his hands, he marveled. Books In This Series 3 Books. It works pretty well for a standalone novel, considering there’s no background information needed prior to reading it unlike some series.

Enchanting Pleasures

She uses 38 words when four will suffice. I have a favorite scene here, though.

At times, Gabby almost reminds me of Catherine Morland, her imagination gets her into all sorts of sticky situations. My favorite-est part was when Patrick Foakes had angrily ruined the spectacle by saying something that goes like, there’s a limit to loyalty!

Your slip is sticking out a bit there in the back. Peter, who had been a pretty kind and sweet guy in the first 2 books, was a pompus ass in this one, and at times just plain cruel. She slips him a dangerous medication because she loves him and knows what’s best for him. Se me hizo una historia tonta, lenta y muy floja. More By and About This Author. I totally did not expect the part where view spoiler [Gabby gulped the poison down hide spoiler ] though there was some foreshadowing view spoiler [her melodramatic pleaures hide spoiler ] early on.

Enchanting Pleasures is available in the following formats: This even has a wonderful subplot.

I loved it–she wouldn’t really let him be too much of an idiot, which made this book a lot of fun. Will I continue to read Eloisa James? He’s instantly attracted to her and her voluptuous figure, which truly repels the effeminate Peter, and Quill decides that he must have her regardless of his brother or his headaches. Drinking poison just because you want to prove a point, Gabby?

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But it’s deffinately not my favorite. There was just a lot of faff and repetition which just bored and frustrated me — how many times would Quill and Gabby misunderstand each other during conversation?

Peter, on the other hand, who likes living the life of a bon eenchanting, is dreading her arrival because his father has forced him into marriage. You can almost picture them sitting ejchanting some years in the future, Gabby talking away animatedly and Quill just quietly looking at her as he smiles.

It’s like being Superman, with power suits for both lives.

Enchanting Pleasures by Eloisa James

encahnting Gabrielle Jerningham cherishes the portrait of her betrothed, the perfect Peter Dewland Peter, her original betrothed, is selfish, self-righteous and rude. Her plots and characters are a delight,–intelligent, original, funny, true to the period, and well researched. How wonderful to find someone so good and so prolific! But it is Peter to whom she has been promised.