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Enchanting the Lady

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11 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

a fantastic late Victorian romantic fantasy

In 1882 London, duchess-of-honor Felicity Seymour is worried that she legally will lose her inheritance as she lacks the magical gifts of her parents Prince Albert¿s rule states that no magic equates to no duchy. Lion shapeshifter Sir Terence Blackwell enjoys finding ...
In 1882 London, duchess-of-honor Felicity Seymour is worried that she legally will lose her inheritance as she lacks the magical gifts of her parents Prince Albert¿s rule states that no magic equates to no duchy. Lion shapeshifter Sir Terence Blackwell enjoys finding ancient relics, but also is a close friend of the Prince, who asked him to participate in the test of Felicity. She ignominiously fails, but Terence feels something was not right as he experiences a trace of relic-magic in use, which makes no sense.-------------- - Terence decides to court Felicity somewhat because he is attracted other somewhat because he feels sorry for her as she is now a pariah like he is as a shapeshifter and somewhat because what he believes destroyed her test is too similar to what killed his brother. He needs to know whether Felicity is the user or the victim of dark magic. However, Terence never expected to fall in love with her.-------------- ENCHANTING THE LADY is a fantastic late Victorian romantic fantasy that casts a magic spell on the audience from the moment the heroine expects to fail her test and never let¿s go until the final magical revelation. The story line is fast-paced with an underlying paranormal mystery that enhances the prime romantic plot the fantasy elements provide a unique look at 1882 England as Kathryne Kennedy provides her readers with a wonderful thriller.-------------- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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11 out of 19 people found this review helpful.

Harry Potter on Viagra

Silly bodice-ripping tale about people with or without magical powers, with lots of sexual longing thrown in. The wedding night scene goes on forever. I can not believe Barnes & Noble chose this for a Free Friday. At least it was free - it borders on erotica or hard-cor...
Silly bodice-ripping tale about people with or without magical powers, with lots of sexual longing thrown in. The wedding night scene goes on forever. I can not believe Barnes & Noble chose this for a Free Friday. At least it was free - it borders on erotica or hard-core romance. Nothing historical about this romance.

posted by TexasStarVA on September 25, 2010

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