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Obvious Enchantment

Obvious Enchantment

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by Tucker Malarkey

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Perched above the Indian Ocean and surrounded by lush foliage that blocks out everything but the sea--sweet frangipani, jasmine, and wild orchid--the Hotel Salama is an unlikely place to conduct research. Proud, sharp-tongued, and solitary by disposition, Ingrid Holtz arrives at the hotel in search of her professor, Nick Templeton, to whom she is drawn by interests of

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Obvious Enchantment 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was hesitant to start this book-- and have kicked myself since for not reading it sooner! This is the type of book that you can't put down and you don't want to end. I missed reading it for days after I finished. Slightly reminiscent of Ondaatje, Malarkey weaves a beautiful story about an American anthropologist on a remote African island trying to discover the secrets of a mythical African king. I loved Ingrid, the main character, and was thrilled by Malarkey's development of secondary cast members. This book is worth reading, and I will recommend it strongly to anyone who asks about it!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am gothazor. From the original pj rp. XD