Forced by his father into a marriage he didn’t want, Prince Alan soon finds that his bride isn’t the sweet, submissive creature he expected. Morgane has the heart of a dragon and beauty beyond compare, but she isn’t thrilled about the marriage either. When black treachery threatens the kingdom, Morgane and Alan embark on a perilous journey that has an excellent chance of ending in failure and death for them and all of their people.
The Enchanted begins when Prince Alan defies his father, and his father sends him to prison to make him obey him. When he gets out a year later, he discovers that he is married to Princess Morgane, who has also been harmed by her father for disobeying him. These two are not at all sure they want to be together, but when evil comes to the castle they must come together to help save their kingdom. And may even fall in love themselves.
This book was a very short fantasy novel that had lots of intrigue, and a dash of romance as well. It was a lot better then I thought it was going to be. It had a interesting story, with a good heroine and hero. The hero was brave, smart, and kind. While the heroine got on my nerves when it came to her looks, she was still brave, and had a good heart as well. I enjoyed this story very much.