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Entry for October 13, 2008

Today I sent off Enchanting the Beast to my editor. Such a great feeling of accomplishment! But I don't wallow in it for long...I'm working on a proposal for another book in the series, Everlasting Enchantment. As soon as I get it pinned down enough to write a blurb about it, I'll share. I don't think most people realize that by the time an author's book is out, and they're receiving reviews and promoting it, they've already finished the next one, and are working on the next one after that. And for me, the book I've just finished is always my favorite. Until I start working on the next one, since I have to be super excited to write it, as the journey takes months and thousands of words.

No wonder I'm always a little bit confused...and dreamy-eyed from magic and romance.:}

Okay, have a few more reviews to share, and they are just lovely:

The author does a good job of blending true Victorian conventions into a world that could exist only through pure imagination. The characters are complex and their relationships are intriguing. This is the second book in the Relics of Merlin series, starting with Enchanting the Lady and will followed in 2009 by Enchanting the Beast. You don't need to read the first book to enjoy the second one, but if you find you enjoy this story you'll want to pick up a copy of Enchanting the Lady too. Reviewed by Stacey Hayman
Posted October 6, 2008

The second book in the Relics Of Merlin series, DOUBLE ENCHANTMENT stands well on its own so those who haven't yet read ENCHANTING THE LADY (January 2008) can still enjoy it. Magical, bewitching, enthralling, yes, they are words that should only be used to describe a truly great book and they certainly apply to DOUBLE ENCHANTMENT. Get your copy today. But do hurry, you never know when the gnomes may steal them away on a mischief-making mission. :-) Lori Ann
Romance Reviews Today

This book is... PURE MAGIC! Take a Regency England setting, add a bit of magic, throw in a bit of Black Beauty fairy tale and you have a romance you won't be able to put down. Jasmina's simple illusion spell went disastrously wrong, with a very promiscuous double, running about London...then the lowly baronet who acts as if he knows her, intimately.

What's a lady to do but join forces with Sir Sterling Thorn, find the relic that caused all the chaos, get rid of her Jezebel twin, and finally get her well ordered life back together. It's not as easy as it sounds with a gnome or two who love to make mischief. Double Enchantment was a delightful read with several romances within the story. This will definately be one of my top picks for this year. I'll be impatiently waiting on the next one now. Very highly and easily recommended. Book Review created by debkc3 on October 5th, 2008, 8:56am

(I have to say, I LOVE the ladies over at e-harlequin!)

Until Next Time,


2008-10-13 16:01:56 GMT
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