Enchanted Again

Enchanted Again Following the overwhelming success of Enchanted author Nancy Madore has responded to her fans pleas for a follow up with a brilliant second collection this time comprised of superbly sensual delight

Following the overwhelming success of Enchanted, author Nancy Madore has responded to her fans pleas for a follow up with a brilliant second collection this time comprised of superbly sensual, delightfully debauched and decidedly darker modern day interpretations of classic nursery rhymes.Meet Dan, the handyman whose toolbox is full of surprises Georgie Porgie, no longerFollowing the overwhelming success of Enchanted, author Nancy Madore has responded to her fans pleas for a follow up with a brilliant second collection this time comprised of superbly sensual, delightfully debauched and decidedly darker modern day interpretations of classic nursery rhymes.Meet Dan, the handyman whose toolbox is full of surprises Georgie Porgie, no longer the boy who s content with only kissing girls Jessica, who, torn between two men, may be lured into the wrong web Peter, whose wife s wandering eye arouses his libido As well as an interesting assortment of characters who will entertain and arouse the adult in you

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  1. Nancy Madore achieved enormous critical acclaim with her ENCHANTED series, which includes ENCHANTED, ENCHANTED AGAIN and ENCHANTED DREAMS.Now, following her life long interest in ancient history and mythology, Nancy Madore is launching a new series in the historical and science speculative fiction genres, called LEGACY OF THE WATCHERS So far, the series includes THE HIDDEN ONES and POWER OF GODS Madore is currently working on the third book in the series.You can read about Nancy Madore s LEGACY OF THE WATCHERS series by visiting her website at nmadore.

583 Reply to “Enchanted Again”

  1. I was on a quest to get a couple of erotica books a few years ago This was one of the ones I picked up that looked interesting Unfortunately, this was pretty much an awful book I was expecting a series of erotic stories based on fairy tales, this was really not that at all.Each story starts with a nursery rhyme and that is supposedly what the story is based off of which is a bituhweird There is absolutely no element of fantasy in these stories there is a bit of magical realism in one of them I g [...]


  2. If my resources are correct, then this book fits into the literary genre of erotica instead of smut.Sex, in these stories are consequential result, a part of the conversation and expression of person It s not sprinkled there just to get you off It s there to emphasize the characters, their burdens and worries and mislead contentment Like how a good fiction is supposed to be It s detailed and sexy, oh don t get me wrong The stories do contain the explicit details of sexual approaches, but they re [...]


  3. Well, this rating could either be because I don t even know the nursery rhymes these stories are based on, and thus missed the interesting connections, or because the stories were just odd There was WAY sex than in Enchanted Erotic Bedtime Stories for Women But somehow the stories were less sexy If that makes any sense This collection of stories is not for you to start off new experiences It s like a normal collection of short stories, with too much sex to really count as a good story, but too [...]


  4. Blargh Lots of self hating women whining and thinking stupid thoughts and occasionally having decidedly untitillating sex When did smut get so soul suckingly boring Don t pad the stories with insipid characters, and maybe they ll do something a little inspired in the sack or elsewhere.


  5. What a pile of rubbish These tales were based around nursery rhymes, although they were linked in the most ridiculous and far fetched ways Yes they contained some smut, but how any of these situations could be described as fantasies I do not know Most of the tales were about women being sexually abused, secretly loving it and then realising that their partners weren t abusing them at all, but helping them to realise their inner selves One of the tales was about a man giving his neighbours mechan [...]


  6. For the genre this was pretty dark and depressing I know nursery rhymes which these stories are based on usually have a dark twist to them but I didn t expect them to be translated in to odd and sometimes downright creepy stories with unhappy endings I really only enjoyed two Curly Locks and Hot Cross Buns the two with happy endings The others just left me feeling uncomfortable A slightly disappointing sequel to the refreshing book Enchanted Imaginative tales cleverly written but too dark and in [...]


  7. Having not read the first book Enchanted, I picked this up with the expectation that it would be naughty fairy talesmething fun and steamy at the same time.Maybe I expected the book to be light hearted than it was, especially with the beautiful, ethereal type cover.These tales are pulled from stories past, but were a bit too creepy and dark in some parts for my taste I did like a couple of them okay, but some of the fetishes were a bit odd to me It just wasn t my thing as a whole.


  8. I love Nancy Madore and picked this book up expecting short and erotic warm fuzzys and got the dark side of eve instead The story telling was eerily excellent, but left me feeling oddly spooked because I hadn t expected it to be dark After the shock of the first story I found it hard to get into the erotic parts because I was waiting for the bad thing to happen and ended up drawn into the negative aspects I m still not sure if I loved it or hated it.


  9. A set of longer, darker, and original narratives than the first book, these stories were all inspired by nursery rhymes The stories are still very simple and low on physical descriptions, which meant the one time the author specified a female protagonist as white commenting on her skin tone I was really put off Will probably read the third installment just for the sake of my completion habit, but there wasn t a whole lot to enjoy here, and I doubt there will be in the next one.


  10. I really liked this collection Nancy Madore has quite the imagination She has taken inspiration from fairy tales and added some spice to them to create a collection of stories that are sexy, raunchy and sometimes scary All the stories were good, my favorites were Georgie Porgie and Curly Locks I highly recommend this book to any fans of this genre, but this book is not for the timid go here for my full reviewthebookworm07 200


  11. This was really not very good Most of these stories seem to have unhappy endings, which really just dampens the erotic part of it Additionally I didn t really feel like any of these were fairy tales, they were just given the names of them There is nothing wrong with them just being stories, but then don t market them as erotic fairy tales Overall most of these stories just left me feeling a bit disturbed and sad.


  12. A little worse than the first one, but realistic It did lack in symbolism as the first volume was rather exceptional Still a nice book for feminists not recommended for romantic readers at all


  13. I read this a while ago and my reaction to it was meh Some short story books I keep around because they continue to be a source of entertainment This one, not so much I read it because after reading the first book, my expectations had been determined.


  14. Initially I gave this book 2 stars because of all the unhappy endings but today I realized that it helped me to appreciate my own relationship , for having read this I didn t consider it as good as the first one but the kink in this one made me feel downright normal.





  15. Only a couple of these short stories kept my interest Some of them were too long for me to enjoy what the point was I just didn t seem to care I d put the book down walk away and forget.



  16. More tales of romance rather than anything else I guess Americans have a different idea of erotic fiction than us Brits as I was expecting literary porn.





  17. I picked this up because I really liked the last one but I didnt like this one at all It was too dark and disturbing The only one I found worth reading and not skipping was the Carla story.



  18. Not quite what I was expecting and it let me down a bit the writing was great but I felt like it could have been than it was.




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