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An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

An Enchantment of Ravens is a human/faerie will-they/won't-they romance with great prose and light world-building. If that sounds fantastic to you, keep reading, this might be your ideal book. If I just described a terrible time for you, then feel free to move on. Looking at other reviews, this book seems split between people who just loved it for what it is and those who hated it for what it's not. The lens of this story is focused tightly on the two main characters as the MC is kidnapped by her eventual love interest and initially forced to travel with him. We learn a little about a couple of secondary characters by spending more time with them in the second half of the book, but it isn't really about them or about exploring the setting. It's a romance full of will-they/won't-they, with an interesting wrinkle that "will they" might actually be a bad option in this world. It created a decent sense of tension that complicated my feelings about whether I w…

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