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Entry for December 21, 2007
Another lovely review, this time from Booklist:
Issue: December 1, 2007
Enchanting the Lady.
Kennedy, Kathryne (Author)
Jan 2008. 336 p. Love Spell, paperback, $6.99. (0505527502).
In a Victorian England where magic dwells, Sir Terence Blackwell ignores the prejudice against
“werepeople” to faithfully serve Prince Albert, protecting him from harm, especially the danger caused by
the relics of Merlin, artifacts forged by the grand wizard himself and too powerful for humans, magic
bearing or not, to possess. He can’t believe the day he smells relic magic within the prince’s own palace,
nor that its scent clings so strongly to a striking debutante, Lady Felicity Seymour, taking her tests to
inherit her ducal title. Terence is willing to risk anything to discover the lady’s ties to the relic, although he
never realized anything could include his heart. The first in Kennedy’s Relics of Merlin series, the novel
takes a number of fairy tales, most notably Beauty and the Beast, and delightfully turns them on their
collective ear. Playful prose carries the reader through this well-crafted, sexy romp of a story sporting an
— Nina C. Davis
And just a reminder: the deadline for the second ENCHANTING THE LADY CONTEST for a pearl bracelet is fast approaching! I've had some wonderful entries where people have posted my blurb on their blog, Myspace pages, websites and Amazon Wish Lists. The odds of winning right now are still better than Vegas, so be sure to check out the details on my website and to send me your links!
Have you checked out the book video for ENCHANTING THE LADY? The photo at the top of this post is the opening artwork. View it on my website: http://www.KathryneKennedy.com
2007-12-21 15:04:44 GMT