The Selkie Enchantress

The Selkie Enchantress

by Sophie Moss

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BN ID: 2940015084153
Publisher: Sea Rose Publishing
Publication date: 08/30/2012
Series: Seal Island Trilogy , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 278
Sales rank: 45,317
File size: 635 KB

About the Author

Sophie Moss is a USA Today bestselling and multi-award winning author. She is known for her captivating Irish fantasy romances and heartwarming contemporary romances with realistic characters and unique island settings. As a former journalist, Sophie has been writing professionally for over ten years. She lives in Maryland, where she’s working on her next novel. When she’s not writing, she’s testing out a new dessert recipe, exploring the Chesapeake Bay, or fiddling in her garden. Sophie loves to hear from readers.

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The Selkie Enchantress 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked the book. I'm glad I read it. About half way thru I thought it was 10 times better than the first book of the trilogy. But by 2/3 of the way thru the book got a bit busy with all of the different characters involved. About all but the last 30 pages took place within three days, and all that time it poured rain and the characters hopped from cottage to cottage to pub to cottage. It kind of wore me out. The ending was what we all wanted, but it didn't make sense based on the legend told by the old farmer. But maybe the 3rd book will straighten that out. I am going to read the 3rd book. I am glad I found author Sophie Moss, and I am going to stick with her.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series. Keep them coming. Facinating.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this book, love series as you get involved with the characters from the first book and want to read more. This tale is about what could happen should folk lore be true. On to the third book, and the tale goes on.
kleokatra More than 1 year ago
 Sophie Moss has a way of drawing you into the story and no matter how far-fetched things may seem, you find yourself glued to the pages. While some things were obvious and some made you groan with frustration, I really enjoyed this story. It was a great way to continue the Selkie fantasy and leaves you wanting more without feeling like you're missing something. So glad I don't have to wait for book three!
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Michelle Randall for Readers' Favorite Caitlin has loved Liam since they were kids, but the timing has never been right for them. Finally, things look to be turning their way at Tara and Dominick's wedding. Tonight was to be their first official date; Caitlin made a special dinner and wore a lovely dress, but he was late. Where could he be? Liam rode the ferry home, carrying a bouquet of yellow roses for Caitlin, thinking about the date when the woman on the ferry started talking to him. As they approached the docks, Liam went to help tie off, and he slipped. So unlike Liam. Now he remembers nothing of his relationship with Caitlin or his research, and seems be be under this new woman's spell. The whole island is wondering what is going on.  The Selkie Enchantress by Sophie Moss is a novel of one woman trying to take take by force what is not hers, and what happens when a whole town turns out to try to prevent that. Sophie Moss has created a story where the whole island is awash with the paranormal and receptive to it, so when something strange is going on they all rally to the cause. The Selkie Enchantress is the second book in the Seal Island Trilogy, but it can stand alone. I have not read the first book and was not hampered in understanding the story at all. Caitlin and Liam are the focus of this book, and although they are sure to have been mentioned in the first book as other characters in this book would have been the focus of that book, it is nice to have that continuation. I found all I needed to really know in this book. Sophie Moss did a wonderful job in allowing this book to stand on its own and not depend on the other books so much that you had to have read them all to understand the story. This is a great book for adults who want to add a little Irish folklore and legends or myths to their romance. It is a well written and delightful story for all readers.