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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

possibly better than the first!

I simply loved Enchanting the Lady. Kathryne Kennedy's first book really delivered on all levels. When that happens you often find the second book in a series a let down. An author pours their heart into that first book, so sometimes book number two is weaker or a ca...
I simply loved Enchanting the Lady. Kathryne Kennedy's first book really delivered on all levels. When that happens you often find the second book in a series a let down. An author pours their heart into that first book, so sometimes book number two is weaker or a carbon copy. Thus, I was holding my breath as I read Double Enchantment, the second in the Relics of Merlin series by Kennedy. I am thrilled to say there was no let down, no disappointment. Lady Jasmina has a very perplexing problem. All of London are a twitter about the female who is sporting around town, making a cake of herself, and that gossip encompasses Lady Jasmina because the woman looks exactly like her. Worse, there is a sexy baronet who is acting like he knows Jasmina, and when I say 'know' I mean it! Some believe that it's not a look alike creating the trouble, but Jamina herself, thus in order to save her reputation, Jamina sets about to run to ground this woman. In the foggy streets of Londontown, magic is afoot. A spell gone wrong, a mysterious organization called The Brotherhood, and a hero to die for, Kennedy gives you all the right ingredients. The magic is Kennedy's writing. She's set up a strong series with an involving mythos that...well, enchants the reader from start to finish. Kennedy is quickly proving she is an author on the rise. I highly recommend both books in the Relics of Merlin and eagerly look forward to the next in the series.

posted by Anonymous on August 20, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

So so

Kinda boring. I walked away several times. Very similar to her other books. Even though this just came our I swear I've read it already.

posted by Ms_theresa on March 13, 2013

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  • Posted October 29, 2008

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    Missing the Mark

    Kathryne Kennedy's Magical England is a good idea (One that has been done before, but still a good idea). The plot itself is even good, but what had it missing the mark is that I felt that Kennedy expected us to read her mind. Things were only half explained and jumbled here and there. I was frustrated half the time and delighted the other half. I know that the fear in writing is that there will be to much description and not enough action but when you are introducing a new world like this, a little set up is necessary for the reader. I still found myself rooting for Jasmina and Sir Sterling however much I got frustrated; so I must give her high marks on creating leading characters to cheer for. Also, I still have high hopes for this author and am trying another of her books. We'll see.

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