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The Baron and The Enchantress (The Enchantresses #3)

4.58  ·  Rating details ·  12 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Lilith Chambers’ quiet life as a parish midwife shatters when the brother thought responsible for her death discovers she's alive and well. Having been raised in an orphanage, she has few memories of her real parentage or the circumstances of her disappearance from the life she ought to have. As she reorients herself in a new life, she meets the one man she can’t have.

ebook, 537 pages
Published August 7th 2019 by Paullett Golden
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Barbara Rogers
Aug 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Series: The Enchantresses #3
Publication Date: 8/7/19
** 4.5 Stars **

I do believe this author has definitely hit her stride in the great addition to The Enchantresses series. It is delightfully engaging and filled with endearing characters, humor, heartbreak, and a lovely HEA. It is a well-told, realistic tale, but it is a bit slow-paced. If you are looking for excitement, you will not find it in this book. The story is steady and develops step-by-step just as it would in real life.

Lilith Chambers
Jul 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I was excited to read The Baron and The Enchantress because Lilith Chambers has been a mystery to me throughout this series and in this book, she was finally going to be properly introduced. I say ‘mystery’ because Lilith’s character was presented in book one, The Earl and the Enchantress, but very briefly and only as long-lost sister to Sebastian Lancaster. From the start, when she had learned of her brother’s existence, she was more than a little resistant to the idea of accepting all that she ...more
Aug 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ereader
I enjoyed this book. A historical romance in which an orphan is found by her brother, an Earl. Lilith must choose between a life of privilege where she could be happy but never be accepted or a life of contentment but never happy. A wonderful romance, a bit of adventure and lots of thought and discussion about the differences between the haves and the have nots. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery but this review is voluntary and my own.
No Apology Book Reviews
Aug 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Got a bit long, otherwise a beautiful story

My thanks to Paullett Golden, who asked me to read a free copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.


This was typical Golden (Is it too early to start saying “classic” Golden?)—a well-told, heartfelt story with endearing characters, deep themes, historical detail, bittersweet irony, and humor.

The only real issue, in my eyes, was the length. I don’t mind a long book, but the narrative has to work that much harder to hold a reader’s atten
Rose Blue
Aug 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
As reviewed at Roses Are Blue:

Walter Hobbs, Baron Collingwood, is at a crossroads in his life. Since his father’s death two years ago, Walter has been struggling to find something – some cause, some passion – something that will give his life a purpose. He spent most of his thirty-five years living the good life of a handsome young man of noble birth. He never spent time with his father to learn how to run the estate, and all he appears to excel at is being charming and h
Ariel G
Aug 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
THE BARON AND THE ENCHANTRESS leans hard into both parts of its “historical romance” genre, providing the reader with a star-crossed love affair that faces obstacles such as class and prejudice, as well as a detailed historical tapestry in which to set that romance.

This book wastes no time jumping to the hearts and minds of its two main characters, Walter and Lilith. The former belongs to the landed gentry and proper Society; the latter was cast out from her noble family, left to an orphanage, a
Rachel (Life of a Female Bibliophile)
Regency romances aren’t usually my go-to sub-genre in the Romance genre, but I was pleasantly surprised by this novel. The story follows Lily Chambers who has been separated from her family as a child and was raised in an orphanage. Upon reconnecting with her family she meets Baron Collingwood who is charming, and has a very down-to-earth personality. Though the two come from different parts of society, they find they have a lot in common as they spend more time with each other.

Though this book
Mark Schultz
Aug 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This story really floored me, in a good way. I have been a huge fan of sci-fi and fantasy all my life. Paulette's writing is so good, I will read any genre she writes. She makes me feel I am right there in the thick of things and privy to the thoughts of the Enchantress Lilith. I laughed so much while reading this book!
I am a fan of first person POV, when it’s done right. Paullett does it more than right, she pulls it off with such distinction. Her characters live and breathe ever so realistical
Evonne Hutton
Aug 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
Raised an orphan she now finds herself a Lady!
Can she find her footing in a new life?
More importantly can she find love?
A good story line with well written characters
I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. This is my honest review.
Alana Bloom
Jul 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
(4.5 stars)

This will be short and sweet, unlike the blog review.

The Baron and the Enchantress has romance, passion, angst, and even a dastardly villain mixed together into an engaging story of two flawed individuals trying to find their way in the world and in the process find each other. The cameos of previous couples and characters made this book a joy to read. I can confidently say this is my favorite of the series so far.

The chemistry between Lilith and Walter was a delicious spark to a slo
Ravin Maurice
Aug 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Baron and the Enchantress is a beautifully written, elegant, and touching story woven together by the masterful hands of Paullett Golden.
In an overflodded genre, Golden has made her regency romances feel refreshingly modern with her masterful prose and absolutely lyrical descriptions. I was not sure I could love one of her books more than her previous, The Duke and The Enchantress, but this book has so many beautiful things about it. Lilith is so complex, she is a modern every woman in a hi
Maria Dariotis
Aug 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Baron and the Enchantress
The Enchantress book 3
by Paullett Golden

Paullett Golden is fast becoming one of my favourite authors! Her writing is endearing, witty and with just the right amount of heartache. Loved the way she portrayed Walter Hobbs, he was really sweet when he’d get all frustrated and tongue-tied in Lilith’s presence, a true gentleman! And poor Lilith, from a privileged life with a mother who by all accounts loved and cherished her she ended up in an orphanage. Not only did she
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Celebrated for her complex characters, realistic conflicts, and sensual love scenes, Paullett Golden puts a spin on historical romance. Her novels, set primarily in Georgian and Regency England with some dabbling in Ireland, Scotland, and France, challenge the norm by involving characters who are loved for their flaws, imperfections, and idiosyncrasies. Her stories show love overcoming adversity. ...more