Monday, May 3, 2010

Review: So Enchanting by Connie Brockway

The Scottish hamlet of Little Firkin has one important industry: the guardianship of Amelie Chase, a witchling banished by the ton for her alleged supernatural powers, and entrusted by her benefactor to Fanny Walcott. But the scheme is hitting a snag: Little Firkin is cramping Amelie's style, anonymous notes are threatening her life, and now, two handsome travelers arrive with tantalizing links to the pasts of both women. And what's happening in Little Firkin is so enchanting, it's going to take a leap of faith to believe it.

I haven’t read a romance with such entertaining lovers since Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase. Plenty of wit and humor and just a drop of the paranormal made this book a pleasure to read. It's not perfect but it made me laugh. I picked up Brockway's Skinny Dipping at the book sale on Saturday and am looking forward to it.

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