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So Enchanting
     

So Enchanting

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by Connie Brockway
 

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“Realistically quirky characters, delightfully clever writing and a warmly nourishing story about family, friendship and love come together brilliantly in Skinny Dipping, Connie Brockway's latest beguiling tale of a woman who discovers life is all about commitment.”—Chicago Tribune

Years ago, lovely young Francesca Walcott ruled

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“Realistically quirky characters, delightfully clever writing and a warmly nourishing story about family, friendship and love come together brilliantly in Skinny Dipping, Connie Brockway's latest beguiling tale of a woman who discovers life is all about commitment.”—Chicago Tribune

Years ago, lovely young Francesca Walcott ruled the fringes of London society as a mysteriously gifted medium. Until the uncompromising Lord Greyson Sheffield accused her of being a fraud, shattering her world, and sending her into exile in the Scottish Highlands. 

Now Greyson has received word that his ward's life is threatened, and he travels to Little Firkin to investigate, only to find the girl’s companion is none other than Fanny Walcott, and that the ethereal girl who has haunted his dreams is now a ravishing woman.  The audacious Fanny is more than his match in every way and as the sparks of challenge set fire to a passion neither can control, Grey is prepared to risk everything for the one woman he can never forget.

Fighting an unseen enemy, thrown together by danger and desire, the cynic and the enchantress discover their own brand of magic . . . and a love too powerful, too consuming, too beguiling for either to resist.

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Once married to a disgraced charlatan, Francesca Walcott, at the behest of a desperate father, has begun a new life in a remote Scottish village as companion to the lovely young Amelie Chase. However, Fanny's peaceful world shatters when a notorious fraud-exposing barrister, the cynical Lord Greyson Sheffield, comes to Little Firkin with his nephew, Lord Hayden Collier, and zeroes in on the women. A dual romance dusted with a dash of magic, Brockway's (Skinny Dipping) latest is charming, compelling, funny, and heartwarmingly provocative, delivering as only Brockway can. Although her contemporary romances are delightful, Brockway here delivers a historical that will make her fans rejoice. A reader favorite, she lives in Minnesota.


—Kristin Ramsdell

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101024744
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
02/03/2009
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
432
Sales rank:
383,707
File size:
388 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

The author of seventeen full length novels, Connie Brockway lives in Minnesota with her husband and several dogs. An adult daughter has managed to escape to warmer climes. For now.

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So Enchanting 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous 13 days ago
Loved the hero Grey! He and his attitude just about everything had me laughing throughout the read. All the characters were wonderful and refreshing! ?
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lauralyLP More than 1 year ago
As its title states, this was a very enchanting read. I couldn't help but giggle at some of its passages. I was highly entertained. I have read other Connie Brockway books and I was never disappointed.
Maitrakh More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed So Enchanting. It took me a while to get used to Brockway's writing style. It just seemed different to me. I really enjoyed Fanny and Grey's opinionaated conversations and their outlook on love and relationships. I think the ending was kind of mashed together, but other than that I liked it.