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➸ The Enchantment Emporium (Gale Women, #1) Free ➮ Author Tanya Huff – Eiyo.us

The Enchantment Emporium (Gale Women, #1) Alysha Gale Belongs To A Specially Charm Full Family The Men Grow Horns, And Obey Females Until They Choose She Inherits Her Gran S Calgary Junk Shop With Fey Mailboxes And The Monkey S Paw Leprechaun Joe Can Help Sell Yoyos Tabloid Reporter Graham Bats Very Blue Eyes And Beds Her But When Dragons Fly Overhead Can Even The Aunties Save The Day

➸ The Enchantment Emporium (Gale Women, #1)  Free ➮ Author Tanya Huff – Eiyo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 361 pages
  • The Enchantment Emporium (Gale Women, #1)
  • Tanya Huff
  • English
  • 10 September 2019
  • 0756405556

    10 thoughts on “➸ The Enchantment Emporium (Gale Women, #1) Free ➮ Author Tanya Huff – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    I m sorry if you like this bookand I m tired.It seemsandthat when I pick up a book looking for an Urban Fantasy I get paranormal romance I suppose that I set the bar lower than some for deciding what is PNR And at the risk of being stoned I findoften than not if it s a female author it s going to lean that way not always I know I kind of like Rob Thurman s Leandros series The idea behind this book sounded good and caught my interest I went out and bought it based on r I m sorry if you like this bookand I m tired.It seemsandthat when I pick up a book looking for an Urban Fantasy I get paranormal romance I suppose that I set the bar lower than some for deciding what is PNR And at the risk of being stoned I findoften than not if it s a female author it s going to lean that way not always I know I kind of like Rob Thurman s Leandros series ...


  2. says:

    For pity s sake boy, Auntie Jane snorted as Dimitri shuffled carefully into the kitchen, there s salve for that Use it before these trousers rub you raw Downstairs bathroom And you lot, she snapped at the girls who gathered round the table as he left the room, stop giggling He didn t get in that condition all on his lonesome Allie pulled a platter of pancakes out of the oven were they d been keeping warm He needs to learn to pace himself Please correct me But what I ve learned fromFor pity s sake boy, Auntie Jane snorted as Dimitri shuffled carefully into the kitchen, there s salve for that Use it before these trousers rub you raw Downstairs bathroom And you lot, she snapped at the girls who gathered round the table as he left the room, stop giggling He didn t get in that condition all on his lonesome Allie pulled a platter of pancakes out of the oven were they d been keeping warm He needs to learn to pace himself Please correct me But what I ve learned from the first 30 pages is the following The Gale family is a family of powerful witches whose main concern is to preserve their magic talents All family members have grey eyes that change with age Each couple produces at least four or five daughters and a son Some daughters are the offspring of two mothers and a father The men have a tendency to switch over to the dark side All women cook and bake like crazy The men choose their mate among their numerous cousins around the age of 20 The only r...


  3. says:

    This is one of the best urban fantasy books I ve read in a while With a slightly stronger ending this would have been a five star book for me it really hit my sweet spot It s funny and light hearted but not shallow at all The magic system felt fresh and different, and it s not hard to enjoy this idea of women becomingpowerful as they age I hope this is the beginning of a new series.There s a big, loving, powerful, nosy, overprotective and very appealing family There s a lot of amusin This is one of the best urban fantasy books I ve read in a while With a slightly stronger ending this would have been a five star book for me it really hit my sweet spot It s fu...


  4. says:

    Yeah, stoned on painkillers is totally the best way to review this one If you tilt your head to the right, this is a cozily hijinxical Canadian urban fantasy with a magical junk shop and a leprechaun and a snuggly extended family who express their feelings by baking a lot, also dragons.But if you tilt your head to the left, it s seriously fucked up slice of life about a family of creepy mind controlling witches who have a consent optional incestuous breeding program RUN AWAY RUN AWAY.So I most Yeah, stoned on painkillers is totally the best way to review this one If you tilt your head to the right, this is a cozily hijinxical Canadian urban fantasy with a magical junk shop and a leprechaun and a snuggly extended family who express their feelings by baking a lot, also dragons.But if you tilt you...


  5. says:

    sigh I picked this novel off the New Fiction shelf of the library, after not reading a word for two whole weeks Crazy, I know The librarians were getting ready to send a relief party out after me Anyhoo I ve learned to be VERY wary of female penned urban fantasies, as they tend to be heavier on the romantical pining and orgies than the urban or fantasy But EE piqued my interest for several reasons 1 Witches with nary a vamp or were to be seen, 2 Said witches don t have frizzy red cur sigh I picked this novel off the New Fiction shelf of the library, after not reading a word for two whole weeks Crazy, I know The librar...


  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book despite all the efforts of the author to make me hate it And I ll admit up front that I m not a huge Tanya Huff fan, but mainly because she takes her anti hetero normative politics so very seriously So I was surprised that I found this book as engaging as I did.The Gale family setup was bizarre and I d hate to be caught in it on the male or female side , but that didn t lessen my fascination for the dynamic they find themselves in If you buy the premise, the adaptations a I enjoyed this book despite all the efforts of the author to make me hate it And I ll admit up front that I m not a huge Tanya Huff fan, but mainly because she takes her anti hetero normative politics so very seriously So I was surprised that I found this book as engaging as I did.The Gale family setup was bizarre and I d hate to be caught in it on the male or female side , but that didn t lessen my fascination f...


  7. says:

    Canadian Urban Fantasy Magic runs in the Gale family, so when Allie s grandmother sends her a letter saying she s dead, no one really believes it Still, the letter says that Allie s responsible for her gran s business, which is supposedly vital to the community, and having recently been fired, it s not like she has anything better to do Allie packs up and heads for Calgary to take over her grandmother sjunk shop.Reasons why this book made me D face 1 Unexplained magic system 2 Unexplai Canadian Urban Fantasy Magic runs in the Gale family, so when Allie s grandmot...


  8. says:

    I feel like finishing this book should leave me withto say than meh Let s see The plot was fast paced enough to keep me reading, but not enough to get me past the weird gender relations, undeveloped magic system I like the ritual set up, but with no sense of what magic normally can or can t do, the ending lacked tension I assumed they d win, since so far magic had never failed them , and really, really sloppy editing.And then, as other reviews note, there s the incest It doesn t bot I feel like finishing this book should leave me withto say than meh Let s see The plot was fast paced enough to keep me reading, but not enough to get me past the weird gender relations, undeveloped magic system I like the ritual set up, but with no sense of what magic normally can or can t do, the ending lacked tension I assumed they d win, since so far magic had never failed them , and really, really sloppy editing.And then, as other reviews note, there s the incest It doesn t bother me to read about, but it does raise my eyebrows that it doesn t bother any of the characters, particularly those not raised to it.I also have to say, I see very little moral difference between the Gale women and the male sorcerers Ally makes vague references to having versus holding power, but for me the line iswhether or not power is used for personal gain and boy do the Gales ever use power for personal gain Again, that doesn t bother me I l...


  9. says:

    Well, that was farquasi incestuous sex magic than I expected to meet this side of fanfiction.I really liked this book I d hit a bad run and started to forget that the urban fantasy equivalent of the B movie can actually be good, but this is definitely a g...


  10. says:

    I hate that these books keep disappointing me I felt like this book was one big inside joke First of all, the horn manifestations and copious references to sex magic powers goes back to the pagan beliefs about the Green Man and May Day celebration and whatnot However, if I wasn t a big brainiac and knew about that stuff already, I d be super confused So, perhaps I just don t have enough trivial knowledge, but so much of this book acknowledges these Gales and it really just doesn t make sense I hate that these books keep disappointing me I felt like this book was one big inside joke First of all, the horn manifestations and copious references to sex magic powers goes back to the pagan beliefs about the Green Man and May Day celebration and whatnot However, if I wasn t a big brainiac and knew about that stuff already, I d be super confused So, perhaps I just don t have enough trivial knowledge, but so much of this book acknowledges these Gales and it really just doesn t make sense Everything is attributed to the Gale girl way or whatever and nothing is explained Even some of the dialogue has this mystery about it which would make sense in real life, but in a book, the lack of backstory really cripples it Teh author assumes the ...

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